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Date: 18 Aug 17 10:58pm
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Date: 18 Aug 17 09:57pm
Khirul NajidamBy Michael JordanHomicide ranks here are worried at what appears to be a pattern of brutal murders of elderly women who live alone. Of the nine women slain so far for the year, three of them were between the ages of 68 and 74.In each case the motive appeared to be robbery, but police said that two of the victims were sexually assaulted. Two were strangled and the throat of the third was slashed.“Is a sadist seeking out old people who live alone?” one source speculated yesterday. “We can’t do away with this theory. We are dusting frantically for fingerprints (to see if they match).”In mid-February, the bound body of 64-year-old Prampattie Ramsundar called ‘Aunty Daro’ was found in the bottom flat of her Lot 88 Second Street, Newtown, Enmore home. Her hands were bound and a telephone cord was wrapped around her neck.A sister who found the body said that there was no sign of forced entry to the victim’s house. She believed that this suggested that her slain sister knew her attacker and willingly opened her door.Ramsundar’s house was ransacked and there were ashes in her home, indicating that her attackers were smoking in the house. According to the sister, over $500, 000 in cash was missing.Neighbours had heard screams at around 03:00 hours on the day that the elderly woman was slain.Prampattie RamsundarOne neighbour recalled peeping through her window and calling out to Ramsundar, but getting no answer.The neighbour also recalled seeing the victim’s door ajar. However, when the neighbour peeped outside about an hour later, Ramsundar’s door was closed.According to reports, a police tracker dog led investigators to a house some two corners away from the slain woman’s home. The house was reportedly occupied by a man who was often abusive to Ramsundar.In early March, two schoolgirls found the body of 74-year-old Khirul Najidam, called Babloo Saddick, in a store room located in the lower flat of her 1215 Gaulding Place home. She was bound and gagged and her home was ransacked. Saddick was last seen alive around noon on the same day she was slain.The victim had operated a small confectionery stand.At around 15:00hrs that day, a group of school children went to the woman’s house to make a purchase.After calling and getting no response, two girls ventured further into the yard and found the woman’s body in the storeroom.One neighbour claimed to have seen three young boys running from the house some time beforeSukhdai Ramkilaum15:00hrs, but thought nothing of it, since some persons would often try to steal the woman’s fruits.And on Wednesday, the partly nude body of 68-year-old Sukhdai Ramkilaum, called ‘Mama Rose’ and ‘Rosaline, ’ was found in a pool of blood in the bedroom of her Lot 80 Vryheid’s Lust North residence. Her throat had been slit and her home was ransacked.Like the other victims, Ramkilaum also lived alone.The dead woman’s nephew, who lives next door, said that the first sign that he and his wife got that something was amiss was when the woman didn’t respond to calls on Tuesday afternoon.His wife then observed blood dripping from the floor boards to the ground below.He then contacted the police, Jose Abreu White Sox Jersey, who accompanied him to the house where they made the grisly discovery.
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Date: 18 Aug 17 09:57pm
By Leonard GildarieDuring the recent debate in the National Assembly over the 2016 budget, there were criticisms by theLeonard GildarieOpposition over a delay by Government to name new Ambassadors and High Commissioners in our overseas offices. And I agree. We should be moving speedily on these.But Guyanese should want it for another reason. I have wondering over the years about the role of our overseas representatives and whether Guyana should not have looked at the possibilities of expanding their role.We can take a look at what prevails locally and learn a little.Last year, Canadian-owned Guyana Goldfields started operations. It was a gruelling number of years for that company to reach where it is today…a big player in Guyana in the gold industry…so much so that the country is depending this year on it to contribute over 150, 000 ounces.Throughout the journey by that company in the start-up, officials from the Canadian High Commission were foot-to-foot with the principals. The bureaucracy and other hurdles, including environmental ones, were many. Some of the concessions granted to the company, I am sure, are in no small way because of the input of the offices of the High Commission here.We see the role being played by the Chinese Embassy here in the many projects that China has ongoing throughout the country, including the Timehri airport and the East Coast Demerara road project.The embassy’s input is critical. China, understandably, is aggressively spreading its wings throughout the world and pulling out stops for its companies and businesses to gain a foothold in the natural resources sector, and especially in commerce.The United States is here, and one of its major companies, ExxonMobil, has found oil in Guyana’s waters. It appears that the find is significant and Guyana is poised to become an oil player in a few years.It is natural that the US would want to ensure that its company is protected, even in face of the aggression by neighbouring Venezuela. The point is that the representation by these embassies indicates the critical role played by staffers.We have had officers stationed in key overseas territories, some for years, but how effective they were, I don’t know. And that is the problem. We knew little of what they did, Anibal Sanchez Tigers Jersey, except maybe facilitate a loan or grant for a project here or there.I know that the embassies and High Commissions play a role in helping Guyanese renew their passports and apply for birth certificates. I say it is time we move beyond that.Guyana is boasting of so many things. We are now aggressively pushing tourism. We have fresh foods. We have lumber, beautiful furniture and so many other things.I am not saying that the embassies and High Commissions are not playing any role.It is just that we do not know or hear much.I am humbly suggesting just like how there is a commercial section in the embassies here in Guyana, we could move to expand how we do business with ours.We need our local exporters to have access. We need to be able, with a phone call, to ask our embassies to check for sources of financing for our projects or to help us find markets.In the US, we reportedly have over 300, 000 Guyanese living there. Many of them want to return. Little St. Maarten in the Netherlands Antilles has more than 5, 000.Trinidad, Suriname, Antigua and Barbados also boast of a significant number.Many of them love their Guyanese food. They want the Hassar and Bora and pepper.Yes, our exporters have been doing a good job in taking it to Queens, New York.But we have so much more. Farmers are dumping a significant part of their harvests annually because of a lack of market.Our tourism should not be concentrating too much on Europe and the “rich white folks”.We have too many Guyanese in the diaspora that we can tap into. The big challenge is getting cheaper flights to Guyana. Instead of depending on the tourism office to have a booth here and there at some show or the other, our local policy makers should move beyond lip service.Again, I am not sure whether our embassies and High Commissions have moved to this stage. We just don’t know. We should know.We are in an age where communication is easy. International calls via Skype or even Whatsapp have made things so much easier.It is time to utilize all our resources in a more meaningful way.
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Date: 18 Aug 17 09:57pm
A Central Rupununi man who took a cab ride from Georgetown to Parika and couldn’t pay the fare, was sentenced to three months in prison after he couldn’t pay a $30, 000 fine that was the alternative, yesterday.Antonio Julius Rodriguez, 43, who lives at lot 10 Central Rupununi, took the taxi from Bourda Market, on Regent Street to Parika alone on April 13, last, Wholesale Adidas NHL Jerseys, and couldn’t pay the $5000 fare.Magistrate Faith McGusty handed down the sentence after Rodriguez told the court that he couldn’t pay the fine. The prosecutor said that to court documents he was charged before the court for around April last year where he was tried for a similar offence. Rodriguez however, denied this and claimed he could not remember the incident.The prosecution’s evidence indicated that Rodriguez hired taxi driver, Collin Munroe, and on his arrival at Parika he told the man that until he gets his gold sold he wouldn’t be able to pay the fee. Police said Munroe waited for the man but he never appeared. Court heard that Munroe went on a search for him but he was nowhere to be found.Rodriguez pleaded guilty to theft of services on Thursday and was remanded to prison until yesterday where he received his sentence.
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Date: 18 Aug 17 09:56pm
Kanand Ojha of 101 Seventh Street, Diamond Housing Scheme, Cheap Soccer Jerseys Authentic, awakened yesterday to find that his gray Toyota Carina (PHH 3143) was not in his yard where he last parked it the night before.According to Ojha he parked his car in his yard around 20:30 hours Monday and he remains certain that it was properly secured. “They must have wrenched the lock, ” said the sadden owner of the car.The man also mentioned that it was raining heavily which is probably the reason why no one heard anything.His neighbour claimed that she saw the car still in the yard around 03:00 hours yesterday “so it had to be between 03:30-06:00 they came and took it.” According to Ojha, approximately three months ago his car lights went missing.  He said that he has reported the matter to Diamond/Grove police station.
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