Dear Editor, The Guyana Constitution is dead at its heart unless it is activated by we, the people.
Dear Editor, I am appealing to Guyanese and other Caribbean Americans to come out to vote tomorrow as well as to become involved in the political campaign; their participation may very well determine the outcome of several close electoral contests in New York and around the country that will impact on their future.
Dear Editor, There is a profound weariness that envelops and overloads Guyanese from all walks and persuasions.
Dear Editor, Mr. Samuel Wright’s innuendos and verbal attacks have been noted. I do not know why he is behaving like this over a very straightforward and factual letter I sent to the press in response to his.
Dear Editor, Reading about the successes of our children at the CSEC and CAPE examinations this year, I, as I am sure many other Guyanese, swelled up more than a little bit with pride over their accomplishments.
Dear Editor, I have read and listened to the myriad of exchanges between the parties (WICB, WIPA, BCCI & the WI squad) and the subsequent editorials and other articles from leading media houses and cricket experts and their respective apportionment of blame towards the respective parties.
Dear Editor, I read former Clerk of the National Assembly Frank Narain’s letter (“Clerk of the National Assembly has acted impartially…” SN – November 1, 2014) and I am disappointed, at best, on the degree to which the writer missed the opportunity to tie his commentary on precedent to the current context of the situation upon which he chose to write.
Dear Editor, I am saddened to learn that Navin Chandarpal has died.
Dear Editor, This is the first time as far as my memory goes, in my 82 years, that I am writing a letter to the Press.
Dear Editor, The British, in the 1803 Articles of Capitulation adopted and enforced several treaties and laws from the Dutch which guaranteed protection and freedom from enslavement to the Indians (Amerindians) of the three counties which became British Guiana.
Dear Editor, The air crackles with the stain and stench of those glorying in the self-description of warrior, and the swagger that comes from testosterone purchased in bottles.
Dear Editor, I am writing about the problems that I am having with the National Insurance Scheme.
Dear Editor, Guyanese-American Pitamber (Prem) Lekhram, formerly of Tain Settlement, died at Jamaica Hospital last Sunday apparently of, what family members feel, was neglect and poor medical services.
Dear Editor, Clerk of the National Assembly, Mr. Isaacs, continues to operate in excess of his powers in blocking the convening of the National Assembly.
Dear Editor, I noted in your newspaper, an article published on October 27, 2014 captioned `GRA Head says bought salvaged Prado at auction’, for which a similar article was previously carried by another newspaper captioned `Auditor General should investigate Sattaur’s vehicle…GRA boss imports Prado for $1.5M’.
Dear Editor, I am privy to some encouraging stories, as shared by citizens recently, on a common experience that originated from a rather surprising source.
Dear Editor, Very few people can put up with folks who think the world about themselves and very little-if any of others; folks who foolishly think the world spins for them alone.
Dear Editor, To Cde Indra, the children and the rest of the family, we the close comrades and friends of Navin express our collective deep grief and sense of loss by celebrating the life of this extraordinary human being, Cde Navin Chandarpal.
Dear Editor, I am not an attorney, a constitutional expert, a politician or a current or former member of the National Assembly and therefore do not seek to pronounce on matters of the Assembly.
Dear Editor, With reference to the “threats recording” scandal involving the Minister of Legal Affairs, Mr.
Dear Editor, Recently I was invited as a cane farmer to attend a meeting of the National Cane Farming Committee (NCFC).
Dear Editor, It was with profound sadness that I received the news of the untimely death of Navin Chandarpal, a veteran politician, science teacher and lecturer.
Dear Editor, I have read the article in the Kaieteur News dated October 27, 2014, captioned `Sattaur collected full retirement package in 2012.’ I wish to advise that I am employed by the Guyana Revenue Authority which is a body corporate established by an Act of Parliament (Cap 79:04).
Dear Editor, I applaud the police ranks of the Reliance Police Station at East Canje for responding in less than ten minutes to a break-and-enter reported in the wee hours of Wednesday.
Dear Editor, I shall miss my friend Navin Chandarpal. A night in his company at the Everest was always a night full of laughter.