Dear Editor, In any society there must exist basic law and order, in which the rule of law flourishes.
Dear Editor, I really think all those hire cars/minibus drivers protesting in Berbice are having a hard time.
Dear Editor, The repressive actions of the security forces in Buxton over the last three months, presumably on the orders of the government leave no doubt that the residents of this village are the victims of collective punishment which is designed to subjugate them once and for all time.
Dear Editor, Here are a few quick reactions to the article `Corentyne ‘backtrack’ back in full swing – but with new rules’ by Shabna Ullah.
Dear Editor, I am a Guyanese living in Toronto and I am an avid reader of our newspaper, the Stabroek News.
Dear Editor, First we are being “mimic men,” and now we are engaging in “cultural plagiarism” (see the letter “Celebrating Halloween is cultural plagiarism” (07.11.06).” In academia and in the intellectual property rights’ domain, plagiarism is considered a serious act of impropriety, which in some cases can lead to jail time, expulsion and isolation from peers.
Dear Editor, I have read the letters pertaining to IAST and Dr. Naraine and the latest entitled “The issue is the state of science at UG and IAST” triggered a response.
Dear Editor, I was horrified to read the views expressed by one Christopher Rambaran in the “What the people say” column (SN November 5, 2007).
Dear Editor, I refer to two items of news – “UG convocation must go on – unions” (SN 07.11.03) and “Turkeyen lecturers withdraw from Tain campus over ‘abuse'” (SN 07.11.05) and offer the following comments.
Dear Editor, I write in response to a letter headlined “I was not impressed with the presentation at the investment forum in Florida” (07.11.06) written by Mr.
Dear Editor, I live at La Grange and the residents of the community have received telephone service for some time.
Dear Editor, I am responding to gross inaccuracies in a report the Stabroek News carried (Nov 6) based on a statement by the Academic Board.
Dear Editor, David Hinds and Tacuma Ogunseye represent a particular school of thought that advocates “executive power sharing” in Guyana.
Dear Editor, The current air of uncertainty that surrounds the execution of Guyana’s premier soccer event, the Kashif & Shanghai Tournament, has occasioned this letter to the press.
Dear Editor, I refer to an article captioned “Berbice drivers decry new fines (07.11.06)”.
Dear Editor, I refer to Abu Bakr’s letter captioned “Naipaul has re-invented himself as an upper class and unpredictably eccentric English-man” (07.11.02) .” Mr.
Dear Editor, In August 2006, the PNCR had its worst electoral performance in its history.
Dear Editor, I think the relatives and friends of wanted man David Leander called David Zammett and ‘Biscuit who are staging a protest at the Georgetown hospital should be arrested and charged.
Dear Editor, I would like to highlight an issue regarding the sale of spare parts for the new Toyota Carina [or the 212 Carina as they are locally known].
Dear Editor, With respect to “the increasing popularity of American cultural traditions like Halloween and Thanks-giving in Guyana” as stated by Mr Urling in his letter captioned “I thoroughly enjoyed Halloween and St Patrick’s day parties ” (07.11.04) “being attributed to the fact that the world is indeed “flattening” and is becoming smaller”, I beg to differ as it is nothing short of a form of cultural plagiarism by the minority Guyanese to cultivate American cultural forms in our society just to be associated with an American phenomenon.
Dear Editor, With respect to handling citizens of Buxton, do the law enforcement arms of the state have very low standards or do they have no standards at all?
Dear Editor, I attended a forum called: Investment Opportunities in Guyana on 1 November in Miramar, Florida.
Dear Editor, I write in response to Mr. Bharat Kissoon’s letter captioned “Had Ms.
Dear Editor , I agree with the letter writer that passengers in an overloaded minibus should be charged.
Dear Editor, I really don’t know how to respond to your (rather predictable) editorial captioned “A grouse for Mr Naipaul” (07.10.30) on Naipaul and his latest book, but I do know that a response is warranted, and for many reasons.