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Date: 16 Aug 17 12:48pm
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Date: 16 Aug 17 12:26pm
Hemrajh Singh Pahalad, Wake Forest Demon Deacons Jerseys, 53, a father of four of 72A Woodley Park West Coast Berbice who fleeced his employer of more than $16M in cash and goods was on Friday remanded to jail by Magistrate Adela Nagamootoo when he appeared before her at the New Amsterdam Magistrate’s court.He pleaded not guilty to a charge of embezzlement by clerk or servant.Pahalad who was employed with the business entity for 12 years is accused of between February 2 and February 16, while employed as a clerk or servant at the Double R Enterprise owned by Ramdut Ramoutar at Waterloo, Bath West Coast Berbice, fraudulently converted $16M to his own use.The Double R Enterprise is a distributor of goods both on West and East Berbice. Pahalad was entrusted by his employer to distribute flour throughout the county. He was given the responsibility to oversee the entire operation which included buying, selling retail and wholesale and collecting payment in advance. He was also requested to balance the books.His boss will from time to time oversee the operation and make periodical checks.Checks were made on February 2 and all seemed well. On February 16 a request was made by Ramoutar for a check and balance of his stocks. On the said day Pahalad disappeared and did not return to work. After checks were made by Ramoutar it was discovered that $16M in cash and stocks were missing. A report was made and police began looking for Pahalad who was on the run.He was arrested on Wednesday at Rose Hall Town where he was hiding out. In court police prosecutor Sergeant Phillip Sherriff who objected to bail described Pahalad as a flight risk and one who may not return for his trial.Sheriff stated that after the accused committed the act he was on the run and was making plans to flee to Venezuela.The accused is being represented by attorney at law Charlyn Artiga.He was remanded to jail and his matter was transferred to the Fort Wellington Magistrate’s Court for March 6.Before he was taken to prison he complained of feeling unwell and told the police that he had a heart condition. He was taken by the police to the New Amsterdam hospital where he was examined by a doctor who gave him a clean bill of health. He was subsequently remanded to jail.
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Date: 16 Aug 17 12:26pm
The Ministry of Indigenous People’s Affairs took its first official ministerial outreach to Region Six, where a team led by Minister Sydney Allicock and Minister within the Ministry, Valerie Garrido-Lowe engaged residents of Orealla and Siparuta, adjoining Amerindian communities along the Corentyne River in discussions regarding the way forward for indigenous development.The team included Principal Regional Development Officer (RRDO), Anil Roberts, NFL Jerseys Authentic, Regional Vice Chairman, Bhupaul Jhagroo, designated legal advisor to the minister, David James and Advisor on youth, sport and cultural development, Mervyn Williams.At the meeting in Orealla, Minister Allicock assured the residents that regardless of their political sentiments, the government is there to serve all the people and therefore, the ministry is in the process of developing a strategy that will see the indigenous population, especially, youths, women and children reach their full potential.Still in its transition process, Minister Allicock explained that the Indigenous People’s Affairs Ministry has developed a team which is assisting in reviewing, discussing and implementing plans.He said that new units will be created within the ministry, with an aim of ensuring that the agency is equipped with capable individuals to carry out their duties, because “for too long we have been having officers who are sitting in their air conditioned rooms and imagining the needs of the community.”According to Minister Lowe, similar plans are in store for indigenous women across the country.Agro-processing, tourism, catering, craft and jewellery making are just a few of the areas that the ministry will be supporting to ensure women are empowered, and given the opportunity to provide for their family.Amerindian foods should be a part of the Guyanese cuisine served at restaurants, and women will be trained in this regard, Minister Lowe said. Indigenous fashion will also be promoted, especially amongst young women.The intention, she said is to create an environment where Amerindians can explore their talents, and at the same time, help the rest of Guyana to have a greater appreciation of their way of life.One of the most alarming issues raised by residents was that of youths dropping out of school, and engaging in illegal activities.Minister Allicock explained that the ministry is currently looking at creating programmes that will see youths developing both academically and recreationally.Currently the ministry is in the process of reviewing the Community Support Officers (CSO) programme under the Youth Entrepreneurship and Apprenticeship (YEAP) project which Minister Allicock said, was badly implemented, in that it did not provide the students with a skill certificate.The minister noted that the ministry will be looking at building technical training centres in highly populated districts; however, one of the immediate priorities will be to revitalising the Bina Hill Institute, in Region Nine, where six months to two-year courses can be made available to youths in about eight skill areas.
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Date: 16 Aug 17 12:26pm
Customs Anti-Narcotics Unit operatives are trying to locate Walter Remington Aaron in connection with a recent drug bust involving two foreigners, Cheap Jerseys.Aaron is described as a singer who resides in East Ruimveldt Housing scheme.The two foreigners were recently arrested at the Cheddi Jagan International Airport with a quantity of cocaine.
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Date: 16 Aug 17 12:25pm
By Sharmain CornetteThe resources extended to the Ministry of Health have expanded consistently over the years, a move which now enables the public health sector to expand its investment capabilities. Crucial in the expansion drive is the much needed support that is being directed to the area of Rehabilitation Services, according to Minister within the Health Ministry, Dr Bheri Ramsaran.The Minister’s comment was forthcoming Wednesday when he offered the keynote address at the formal launch of the National Rehabilitation Services Strategy 2009-2013 at the Pegasus Hotel.Dr Ramsaran stressed that he is pleased to see the strategic plan recognises the need to reap value for money. He further highlighted that over the past few years the administration has created many new facilities to help strengthen the delivery of health care, some that are even considered better than was obtained in the past. Nonetheless, the Minister confessed that within some infrastructures there exist capacity constraints, especially in the area of rehabilitation services.“Unfortunately we have not created special spaces. This may have been a designer’s oversight but at the same time it was based on the fact that resources at the time were somewhat scarce, ” he admitted.And this state of affairs, Minister Ramsaran said, has been highlighted over the years by Director of Rehabilitation Services, Ms Barbara Lawrence, who has been an unwavering advocate for the rights of disabled persons.But although the infrastructure does not cater to accommodate and roll-out Rehabilitation Services, efforts are already being made to remedy the situation, the Minister noted. This, he said, has commenced at some facilities such as the Mahaicony Hospital where detached spaces have been constructed.“This move is the direct result of the sensitivity of the administration of the need to have these services in the rightful places at the various facilities.”Increased brain powerIn addition, efforts are also geared at expanding the brain power as it relates to the delivery of care to the disabled, Dr Ramsaran added. He revealed that at the end of last year, seven trained physiotherapists had returned to Guyana and have since been dispatched to various regions.Among the new introductions are Aruni Shamnarine and Donna Deane, who are stationed at the Suddie Hospital and the West Demerara Regional Hospital respectively. Both were trained in Cuba and returned to Guyana last year following which they were placed into the system, offering their newly acquired skills.Shamnarine, during an interview Wednesday, revealed that while the physiotherapy system and services offered here may not be on par with others overseas, every effort is made to work with the available resources. She revealed that before she commenced working in September of last year there was no physiotherapist at Suddie, thus the service there has been boosted significantly. Shamnarine facilitates therapy in the area of speech, occupational and physio. According to her “we work with what we have and the patients we see come with all kinds of physical impairment. But we try our best to help them get back to a normal life.”And the procedures used for pain and muscle atrophy are usually current and heat therapy as other modern techniques such as laser therapy are yet to be introduced locally, Shamnarine noted.Meanwhile, the West Demerara Regional Hospital physiotherapy department has benefited from Donna Deane’s support since her inclusion last August. She said that although the service was always available, Trevor Story Rockies Jersey, there was never a trained Guyanese Physiotherapist at the facility. Several referrals are made by the doctors to physiotherapy department, Deane disclosed.
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