Michelle Loubon

IN celebrating Divali as the rise of knowledge over ignorance and light over darkness, I believe we have a lot to learn from the open-minded theology of Hinduism, its flexibility, and ability to respond to change.”

“ADOPT a culture of entrepreneurship.” Sport Minister Shamfa Cudjoe recently challenged about 750 young people from the nation’s schools at the launch of the National Secondary Schools Entrepreneurship Competition (NSSEC),

A tropical wave is passing over Trinidad and Tobago tonight and it will result in partly cloudy to cloudy conditions and scattered showers and the medium to high chance of isolated thundershowers. Gusty winds, street and flash flooding may occur. This was the forecast for today given by Piarco duty meteorologist Paula Wellington yesterday.

“CEPEP workers are the hardest-working people I know. I see them out very early from around 4 a.m. and 5 a.m. I don’t know about the backpay. We would have to discuss it at a later date.”

AS THE countdown to Monday’s budget day presentation by Finance Minister Colm Imbert intensifies, Port of Spain vendors and Charlotte Street shoppers said they are hoping for a drastic reduction in food prices and an increase in minimum wage to about $18 or $20 an hour.

Three pupils are on their way to India to be part of a cricket coaching club. Fatima College pupil Adrian Mahase, 13, and Couva East Secondary School sisters Kiara and Katrina Ruben are headed to a cricket coaching club in Bengaluru (Bangalore), India, from October 1 to 30.

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“It is a great accomplishment. When I started singing calypso, I never thought I would be awarded with an Order Of the Republic of Trinidad an…

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HOW many Venezuelans are really living in Trinidad and Tobago? Activists who are helping Venezuelan migrants here say they agree with Monday’s BBC documentary The Displaced which stated that 40,000 Venezuelans are living here.

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