Dear Editor, Since last year September to present, our Grove Post Office on the East Bank Demerara has been having a serious problem delivering the mails and utility bills on time.
Dear Editor, I refer to the front page headline of the Kaieteur News on Saturday May 10th 2014 which declared that `CJ Chang cancels $2.5 million TV licence fee’.
Dear Editor, For the benefit of others planning the trip, I wish to share my unpleasant experience travelling to Suriname last week via road from Georgetown.
Dear Editor, There seems to be an unnecessary haze on the authority of the Mayor and /or the Council to call an extraordinary meeting.
Dear Editor, I know Walter Rodney was killed. I don’t know who killed him, because I personally have no evidence.
Dear Editor, It seems as if the tradition of the noble profession is being “watered down”.
Dear Editor, Sase Singh’s letter, `Modi appears as the man who will finally unleash the true potential of India’ (SN 10-05-14) indicates that the letter writer knows very little of the history, social structure and politics of India.
Dear Editor, I sincerely hope that I will be forgiven for taking another opportunity to provide some more pre-history to Joycelyn Williams’ article on `Gender Governance and the Nation’s business’ in Stabroek Business, May 9, 2014.
Dear Editor, In relation to the current catastrophe facing our cities and municipalities across the country, and in particular the one in Georgetown, we hear and see prescriptions being applied to the sick patient that include a combination of informal recommendations and formal policy approaches by citizens, interests groups and political policy makers.
Dear Editor, What is increasingly clear to me is that the PPP is institutionally and irredeemably corrupt.
Dear Editor, For those who intently follow Bollywood movies and music, which might possibly be half of the native Indo-Guyanese population, the song Kal Ho Na Ho is hauntingly melodious.
Dear Editor, Once again we have observed that the PPP’s phantom propaganda is at it again, this time trying their utmost to tarnish the unenviable political reputation of a political hero in Guyana; Moses Nagamootoo.
Dear Editor, It is with profound sadness that I received the news of the passing of Governor Lawrence Williams while at work at the Bank of Guyana last Wednesday.
Dear Editor, Cancer is now a devastating scourge on the Guyanese house. And still it is almost like a stealth illness.
Dear Editor, I agree with the view that the holding of Local Government elections is long overdue.
Dear Editor, When people die, we owe it to history to record what they tell us.
Dear Editor, Most people tell me that my wife `do me’ (work obeah on me) because of the way I love and treat her.
Dear Editor, As far as I can recall, speaking against wrongs would sometimes get me into problems which ended up with me being assaulted and being admitted at the hospital once, charged and hauled before the Court once, making enemies and almost getting into fights.
Dear Editor, Please allow me space in your column to offer my views on a statement made by His Excellency, President Donald Ramotar on the poor rate of conviction of persons charged (SN, April 25, 2014 ‘Ramotar raps cops over poor conviction rate’) It would seem as though His Excellency is surprised at the dismal rate of conviction.
Dear Editor, Prominent Senior Counsel, Ralph Ramkarran, and several prominent legal luminaries in the region are calling for the abolishment of jury trials.
Dear Editor, There is something electrifying about the rise of Narendra Modi from the son of a tea seller to most likely the next Prime Minister of the world largest democracy.
Dear Editor, Having read the various news reports on the situation involving both Samuel Elvis and Alex Griffith, I am touched and concerned about the horrific circumstances that joined them in that they have suffered serious injuries at the hands of experienced police officers in circumstances that do require a full, fair and impartial investigation.
Dear Editor, To cut to the chase -in his previous letter (`There is a fundamental difference between what obtained under the PNC and what exists now under the PPP/C’ (SN: 18/04/2014)), Mr.
Dear Editor, Mr. Christopher Ram’s letter titled `Stats Bureau should be doing far more to explain questionable GDP numbers’ (SN, May 8, 2014) highlights some critical questions about the determination of important national statistical markers and information.
Dear Editor, I am normally hesitant, these days, to comment on anything associated with Guyana bauxite.