Culinary Delights II ( Georgetown : The Women’s Club of the Indian Cultural Centre) ‘Fainting Imam’ is the name of one of the interesting recipes in Culinary Delights II, the second edition of a collection of recipes edited by the Women’s Club of the Indian Cultural Centre of Guyana.
Let’s get one thing straight: Heartworm in dogs (cats) should only be treated by a qualified veterinarian.
My sister woke up yesterday and the left side of her face is droopy and the eyelid is closing down.
You bump into her on the street, at the supermarket or at a party.
A few weeks ago I noticed several Talipot palms in flower in and around Georgetown.
March 15 is observed by Consumers International (CI) each year as World Consumer Rights Day.
President Bharrat Jagdeo is concerned that even though the country will benefit from the recently announced US$467M debt write-off from the Inter-American Develop-ment Bank (IDB), there will be a reduction in Guyana’s access to concessionary funding.
Several of the existing interior airstrips, many of which cannot be monitored because of scarce financial and human resources are hotbeds for drug smuggling and also facilitate the movement of illegal Brazilian miners, a source in the aviation sector has said.
Talks are underway for the construction of a nuclear power plant and an aluminium smelter in Suriname.
Today’s column considers the (ab)use of forestry concessions as tradable commodities by Asian FDI-benefiting (Foreign Direct Investment) companies, practices that are against forest law and policy in Guyana.
The Ukranian chess player Vasily Ivanchuk, who keeps climbing in and then being thrown out of the world’s top ten, gives a splendid performance in the following game.
Thousands of years ago, power was gained mostly through physical violence and maintained with brute strength.
A 15-year-old boy is missing from his Public Road, Kitty home, after his mother sent him to buy bread on Thursday.
Fifty works taking the natural world as their theme by leading Guyanese photographer Robert Fernandes will be on display at the National Gallery beginning on Wednesday.
The Guyana Revenue Authority (GRA) said Value-Added Tax (VAT) and Excise Tax returns for the second tax period are due on Thursday.
Eucryl Anthony Calder who passed away on March 4, will be buried today, Sunday March 18.
Two men on a motorcycle robbed a Regent Street store on Friday and escaped with an undisclosed sum of money.
Police are investigating a $9M robbery at Alexander Village which occurred on Thursday last, but have complained about not getting very far because of a lack of adequate information from the victim.
Brazil’s second largest producer of bio-diesel, Bio-Capital, is still awaiting detailed information on policies and practices from the Guyana Office for Investment (Go-Invest) in order to move ahead with a proposed investment for sugar cane cultivation and ethanol production.
The sugar production target for the first crop this year is 99,500 tonnes, a 10% increase over last year.
The Guyana National Bureau of Standards (GNBS) is urging stakeholders who will interact closely with the visitors for the Cricket World Cup to use the metric system.
Boyo Ramsaroop, who has lived the life of a horticulturalist, political activist and electrical engineer, now wears the cap of a philanthropist and has spent the last month working with several Sophia residents who are facing difficult circumstances.
The Licence Revenue Office (LRO) has begun issuing and renewing motor vehicle licences for this year and it has extended it working hours to cater for the expected influx of drivers.
Co-authored by Clarence Trotz and Alec Farley, CXC Physics is just the latest offering in the Macmillan Science Series.