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Ramadhar: Banks Should take $1 Profit

    ATTORNEY and former MP for St Augustine Prakash Ramadhar is calling on banks to take no more than $1 profit at the end of the year. In a release on Saturday he said, “As many breathe a sigh of relief, like myself, that Errol Fabien’s home and business may have been saved by […]Read More

TT Nationals in US Shelters

    THERE are Trinidad and Tobago nationals in public shelters in the United States since they have not received permission to return home as borders are closed due to the Covid-19 pandemic. This according to Opposition MP Prakash Ramadhar in a release on Saturday. He said, “Word has come to me that there are […]Read More

TT Nationals in Venezuela Can’t Leave Airspace without Permission

    DESPITE getting approval to return home, a group of Trinidad and Tobago nationals in Venezuela is still stuck in the South American country. The TT Ministry of Foreign and Caricom Affairs must make an application to the Venezuelan Government to allow the group’s flight to leave the airspace. This according to attorney and […]Read More

Ramadhar: PP Bail Bill Had Sunset Clause

    CURRENT law in Trinidad and Tobago allows a police officer or the Director Public Prosecutions (DPP) to go to a judge after bail is granted to have it revisited and even revoked. This was stated by Opposition Member of Parliament Prakash Ramadhar in a release on Wednesday. He made the comment in the […]Read More

Sauce Doubles Wants to Sell Via Curbside Pick Up

  ATTORNEYS representing D Orginal Sauce Hot Doubles is asking National Security Minister Stuart Young to be allowed to continue its business via curbside pick up just like others who are selling more expensive foods. The request was made in a letter sent to Young on Monday by attorneys Larry Lalla and Prakash Ramadhar on […]Read More

Prakash: Leave the Diesel Pumps Alone

  THE pumps that remove flood waters should remain diesel powered. This was the point made by St Augustine MP Prakash Ramadhar who questioned why Minister of Works Rohan Sinanan planned to replace all the country’s anti-flood diesel water pumps with electric ones in the wake of the passage of Tropical Storm Karen. At a […]Read More