It was reported in the Tribune, a Bahamian newspaper, on the 2nd March, 2017, that President Granger and his delegation arrived in The Bahamas for a three-day state visit by private plane.
Recent reflections on the Government’s initiative to set up a College focused on developing talent and competencies for the Public Service of Guyana reminded me of an article I read not so long ago titled: “Scouting for Talent” which appeared in the Spring edition of the periodical titled: “WORK” published by the CIPD.
I write in response to Mr. Freddie Kissoon’s letter `Hypocrisy simply unbearable’ (SN Apr 24) wherein he unjustifiably and scurrilously pilloried the noble characters of (Shri) Ravi Dev, (Shrimati) Ryhaan Shah and Swami Aksharananda.
A cloth banner, about eight feet wide and four feet high, attached to the wrought iron grillwork fence of the National Library at Church and Main streets reads:
The National Library in collaboration with the University of Guyana
and other special libraries celebrates Library Week 2017 April 23-28
“Facing the Future Information Literacy in a Changing Technological landscape”
The last three words of the theme “changing technological landscape” suggests a change in the function of the library in the future.
The Office of the Minister of State at this time calls on Stabroek News to either retract or apologise for its Monday, April 24, 2017 headline titled `Easing ganja penalties not on priority list – Harmon’.