The Indian Arrival Monument should be sited at Highbury

i The report in Stabroek News of October 16 suggests that the authorities are bent on rewriting history by persisting with erecting the Monument generously donated by the Indian Government at Palmyra as opposed to Highbury, which is unquestionably the actual site where our forefathers from India first arrived in the then British Guiana.

Microsoft CEO supports three formats of cricket

Dear Editor, Those unfortunate readers who have been subjected to my attempts to make the case for the three formats of the game as being in its best interest, and therefore deserving of the administrative support of the ICC and individual cricket boards without invidious comparisons, may find my submissions less annoying by virtue of their endorsement by none other than the head of Microsoft, Satya Nadella.

Plenty potholes on WBD road

Dear Editor, While I extend my sympathy to the family and relatives of the five who died in the recent Corentyne vehicles’ collision, I think of us, the West Bank Demerarians, who daily have to travel on the West Demerara Public Road with its wide distribution of potholes, especially from La Grange to Patentia.

Trump and the NFL

Over the last month President Trump has been very critical of the National Football League (NFL) and its players for kneeling during the playing of the American national anthem before the start of games.

Hinds’s letter compels an answer

Dear Editor, The letter by former PPP/C Prime Minister Sam Hinds published on October 8 in Sunday Stabroek  intended to refute ACDA’s claim that a conspiracy exists to hinder the empowerment of Afro-Guyanese, and which was sent to all the print media houses, compels an answer on the grounds of its erroneous opinions derived from ignorance.

The Demico House vending strip

It serves no meaningful purpose to restate what, by now, are the well-known facts of the protracted saga of City Hall versus the growing army of pavement vendors who now populate most of the empty spaces in downtown Georgetown.

There was an industry before Heffner

Dear Editor, So much of the analysis from columnists and letter writers I see in papers in Guyana continues to remind me of the management maxim from Murphy’s law: “Nothing is as simple as it looks to most people”.