Dear Editor, I laughed as I read the Kaieteur News (13-11-07) article captioned “UNICEF condemns sexual abuse of children”.
Dear Editor, The businessman accused of indecently assaulting the school children has been remanded to prison.
Dear Editor, I am in complete agreement with the sentiments expressed in the letter of Diane Lee captioned, “Police should not question children in the presence of alleged abusers”.
Dear Editor, In its editorial on November 8, Trinidad Newsday wrote: “NACTA Got it Right”.
Dear Editor, Mr Mike Persaud’s retort to my letter on the PNCR leadership captioned “Mr Burke and others fail to understand the need to develop a genuine multiracial democracy” (07.11.13) reminds me of a story I learnt while attending Hindu Primary School .
Last week’s 17th Ibero-American Summit in Santiago, Chile, attended by the Heads of State and Government of twenty-two countries from Latin America and the Iberian Peninsula, was supposed to have been all about social cohesion.
Dear Editor, I write to publicly express my dismay and apprehension concerning what went on in Parliament last week when the Citizens Petition on the Draft Forestry Bill 2007 was circulated to members for consideration.
Dear Editor, So the Chronicle, along with its pseudonym letter writers are on a shock and awe campaign against Stabroek News and Brigadier Colonel David Granger, in relation to money laundering, narcotics and criminal activities in Guyana.
Dear Editor, Two of the world’s economic powerhouses will shortly ask the World Trade Organisation (WTO) to determine the legality of US agricultural subsidies in a move that can have a lasting impact on the world’s agricultural sector.
Dear Editor, I refer to Abu Bakr’s letter captioned “Naipaul reinvented himself as an upper class Englishman” (07/11/02).
Dear Editor, I wish to respond to a letter by Narinedatt Harripersaud captioned “Mr Persaud’s Power Point presentation was a rehash of booklet given to those present” (07.11.14).
Dear Editor, The more Abu Bakr writes the more he exposes his prejudices.
Dear Editor, I am ineluctably constrained to respond to a letter from Mr Narinedat Harripersaud headlined “Minister Persaud’s Power Point presentation was a rehash of a booklet given to the attendees” (07.11.14).
Dear Editor, With the International Duck Curry competition approaching in Guyana, I would like to mention some aspects of the New York event.
Dear Editor, Is Guyana becoming like Thailand and Costa Rica where paedophiles can lure poor children with money and cheap gifts so they can have sex with them?
Dear Editor, I have noted your apology to the Police Commissioner on the question of torture but cannot stop wondering how your reporter could have made such a mistake.
Dear Editor, Friday, November 16, 2007, is designated International Day of Tolerance by the United Nations.
We are living – according to some – on the brink of a nanotechnology revolution, where matter is engineered at a scale thousands of times smaller than the eye can see, and familiar materials behave in unexpected ways.
Dear Editor, I have been caught up several mornings in the congestion that occurs at the junction west of David and Sheriff streets.
Dear Editor, Many persons like me are baffled to see that massive construction work is being carried out on a concrete building just by the roadside of the Suddie car park area in Region Two.
Dear Editor, I am a television host on TTS Ch5 Bartica. My programme ‘The Peoples Voice’ is aired every Sunday evening from 5.30 to 6.30 pm.
Dear Editor, The Office of the President is once again set to arbitrarily impose a wage hike on the Guyana Public Service Union, (GPSU).