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    This has been the slowest Christmas I have ever seen on Liberty Avenue, Queens, the hub of shopping for Christmas-related food items among the large Guyanese population in the New York metro region.As I walked the avenue, people are not seen in their usual numbers and business is way down, the worst in many years.? Merchants complain of slow sales and shoppers said they are careful about how they spend their money because of the slowing economy in America.Businesses are not hosting the lavish parties of yesteryear and homeowners are not as extravagant with their decorations.? Even gifting and charitable contributions are down.? It is just not a fantastic X-Mas for the Guyanese masses this year.There has been a lot of belt tightening in America because of the depressed economy and it has affected the holiday spending among the Guyanese population.? The anemic American economy has put a damper on their holiday spirits with people not in their strong party mood of previous seasons and not giving as much as they normally do. Nevertheless,Fc Bayern Trikot 18/19, in visits to neighbourhoods where they are settled,Borussia Dortmund Fanshop, Guyanese communities are geared up for the holidays celebrating the holiday in almost the same way they do back home. The brightly coloured lights,Authentic Air Max 720, trimmings and other decorations in NY harp back to memories of a Guyana Christmas.The holiday season among NY Guyanese is one of expectancy and there is an aura of X-Mas celebration in the air on Liberty Avenue as they shop for West Indian-related food items. But shopkeepers complain business has not been the same as last year.? People are shopping for smaller gifts although they purchase regular food items they consume during the holidays.The stores and restaurants are teeming with people of different ethnic background but not as crowded as last year.? They come from as far away as the Carolinas and upstate NY to acquire all the items that will give the holiday a feeling almost as the same as back home.Liberty Avenue itself and many of the stores are well decorated,Cheap Air Max 90 Australia, fitting for the yuletide season. Multi-coloured lights and other paraphernalia are on display in front of and inside the stores.? Christmas music emanate from some of the stores.? The aroma of delicious dishes wafts in the air near restaurants tempting even filled stomachs to go on for a bite.Also, the “village” of Richmond Hill and other areas where our people are settled are appropriately dressed up to welcome the holidays. Going around the neighborhoods where Guyanese cluster,Wholesale Authentic Soccer Jerseys, one can see flickering multi-colored lights with a variety of designs which line the windows and entrance to the homes and even on trees outside on the lawn.Outside the homes,Cheap Jerseys Authentic, lights flicker next to Hindu Jhandis to signal the secular nature of the season. But one just does not see the massive number of homes or paraphernalia that normally go with the season ? a result of people losing income in recent months.((Vishnu Bishram)
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    Corruption has been identified as one of the major impediments to good business in the Guyanese economy and,Cheap Jerseys From China, both the Government and the private sector have agreed to stamp out the practices beginning at the “top.”When the Private Sector Commission ((PSC) met at the Pegasus Hotel yesterday for their 2012 Annual General Meeting ((AGM), fingers were pointed at both the public and private sector, where examples of corruption can be found.President Donald Ramotar ((GINA Photo)President Donald Ramotar who was invited as a guest speaker at yesterday’s meeting didn’t turn a blind eye to the fact that corrupt practices exist within government sectors in situations, where officials use positions of influence to frustrate persons conducting legitimate business.“We have fought corruption in the past and we will continue to do so.? We will try to get to both the corrupted and the corrupter. Both are criminally culpable.? In the case of corruption within the public sector,Camiseta Atletico De Madrid Ni?o, the corrupted is a public official who demands something in return for a favour,” President Ramotar said.He however opined that addressing the scourge is not the responsibility of the government alone, but that of the private sector.“I look forward to the private sector taking a proactive stance in isolating the corrupt within our midst,Wholesale Jerseys Free Shipping,” President Ramotar said while addressing the gathering that included past and present chairmen of the PSC, members of the diplomatic corps and representatives of public and private companies.“I am committed to addressing these issues, ((corruption). I support a simplified fiscal incentive system where everyone knows what is available and they are not lured into bribing public officials for concessions which they may be lawfully entitled to,” President Ramotar said.His remarks came after incumbent Chairman of the PSC, Ramesh Dookhoo, chronicled a number of scenarios in the business environment where clandestine and unconventional practices are evident.The PSC Chairman said there are cries of social injustice, favouritism in the award of contracts, discrepancies between politically-affiliated businesses,Air Max 90 Pas Cher Livraison Gratuite, allegations of corruption in public institutions and in the private sector by the Guyana Revenue Authority, which claims that officials are made corrupt by the private sector.In the midst of confessions, however, President Ramotar came to the defence of the government in cases where he believes criticisms are unfair, particularly as it relates to the award of contracts.He said that for the majority of contracts that are being awarded through the process of public tender, a select few have been subject to criticisms and innuendos that he believes are widely sensationalised to unjustifiably paint the government as being corrupt.Last September,Maglia Roma 2018/19, the National Assembly passed the Access to Information Bill that sets out a practical regime of right to information for persons to secure access to information under the control of public authorities in order to promote transparency and accountability in the working of the government and public authorities.President Ramotar felt compelled, however, to point out some of the do’s and don’ts in the process of disclosing information, particularly as it relates to contracts.He stated that although he intends to make the business of Government as transparent as possible,Wholesale MLB Jerseys Pro Shop, there are ethical considerations which no government which procures goods and services from the private sector can ignore.The notion of legislation and the creation of a national policy to address corruption was mooted by the PSC Chairman who believes that Guyana’s problems can be solved with Guyanese solutions. ((GINA)
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    The operation of the public health system must be subjected to business principles. This assertion wasDr. Surendra Persaud, APNU+AFC Candidatemade recently by, Dr. Surendra Persaud,Cheap Authentic Soccer Jerseys, who has insisted that “you have got to run things with good governance; you are providing a service.”The medical practitioner is named as a candidate for A Partnership for National Unity and Alliance for Change ((APNU+AFC) which is contesting the National and Regional Elections set for May 11, 2015.Moreover,Cheap Air Max Online Ireland, he, as a representative of the party, appeared on the Wednesday evening ‘Plain Talk’ televised talk show hosted by Attorney-at-law and Chartered Accountant,Jerseys NFL China, Christopher Ram.In his contribution to the programme, Dr Persaud noted that “if you talk to a business person whatever business they are running, when they budget and say what am I going to have next month or next year,Wholesale Jerseys 2018, they are going to base the size of their shelves or what they are going to order or what they are going to purchase based on a projection.”According to him, from the removal of a patient’s appendix to the provision of blood pressure tests to the offering of diabetes care must be included in a plan and well budgeted for. “You have got to allocate and you have got to know how many ((cases) you are going to take care of,” outlined Dr. Persaud.While such a process must apply to almost any business or organisation, he shared his conviction with Ram that the public health sector does not provide evidence of such an operation.“I have asked a fundamental question for a few years and I am still to get an answer. Can someone tell me what the cost of an appendectomy is in the public ((health) system? Can someone tell me what the cost is to see a patient? Since this is public, one would expect this information to be in the public domain ((but) to the best of my knowledge it is not,” stressed Dr. Persaud.Even as the doctor emphasised the importance of strategic allocation of resources, Ram interjected by asking of him the relevance of the process outlined. To this Dr. Persaud, a private medical practitioner noted that “in my practice if I know that I am going to see so many patients or I project I am going to be doing this many surgeries per week it drives everything else. It drives how many staff I have, it drives how I plan, it drives how I utilise the theatre…”Even as he stressed that an acceptable level of planning is not evident in the public health system, Dr. Persaud pointed to worrisome developments such as “…pictures of two women and two babies in one bed. I think we all agree that that smacks at a lack of planning.”He however insisted that “the challenge…is not just increasing beds; it’s how you manage ((health) care,Terza Maglia Milan 2018/19,”As he continued to stress the need for an improved health care system, Dr. Persaud observed that developed countries have opted to change the way medicine is practiced. He, in doing so, alluded to a time during his training when once a patient was seeking elective surgery they would be hospitalised for two days prior. This was done, Dr. Persaud noted, in order to prepare that patient for surgery even as he added that “we were optimising you…the surgeon would start you on tea,Wholesale Nike NFL Jerseys, water and jello and not until a lot of things happen would we feed you ((solid food) then get you home.”But according to the medical practitioner, the situation that obtains today is that “we bring you in on the morning of your surgery, you have your surgery and after some of these surgeries we are sending you home in the afternoon and that is in both the private and public sector.”
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    When dem boys was young, dem use to play games; one of dem was ‘Eeenie, meenie minee mo’. This is a game to decide who gun pay de penalty or who gun get shack out. De ABC countries tell Soulja Bai he got to investigate and charge dem scamps who use to run this country.Dem boys hear when de Fuss Lady whisper to one of she friends when she tell she how whole night she hear Soulja Bai playing “eenie, meenie minie mo” in de bedroom. She seh when she ask he if he not too big and old fuh that game, he tell she he don’t know where and wid who to start. He got all de past Cabinet photo line-up pun de bed in front of him playing de game.During de election campaign everybody know that corruption was de game of de day. People couldn’t tek it no more, hence Soulja Bai in office. He did promise to jail people. Now it look like if he slow to keep he promise.But is not that he too slow, is just that it so much that he don’t know where to start. Dem boys want help him. Dem want him to investigate de Sanata complex deal. Babbie get it almost free.Nineteen-acre prime land wid buildings on it wha’ worth at least US$30 million, Jagdeo and Brassington tek taxpayers US$5 million fuh clean up de place and renovate de buildings. Then dem tun back and sell de place fuh under US$4 million.Dem boys want to know wha transaction is that. Dem want Donald Trump to explain that.Was de same thing wid Duke Lodge. Dem boys remember when dem sell Duke Lodge to Gerry. Was de same modus operandi to give away de state property to dem family and friends. Brassington and Jagdeo spend about $80 million to repair Duke Lodge then give Gerry fuh far less than wha dem spend.At de time Gerry was a serving member of de NICIL Board, de same people that selling de place.Dem had people bid higher than that, but Jagdeo and Brassington ignore dem bids. When dem boys question Jagdeo and Brassington, dem talk bout confidentiality clause fuh sell a property.Donald Trump should explain this too.One year before Jagdeo and Brassington decide to sell de building next door to Duke Lodge, dem boys write and seh that de deal was to give Gerry too. So said,Wholesale NHL Jerseys 2020, so done.De US$12.5M Enmore packaging plant wha worth less than US$4 million should be investigated. Chris Ram wanted to investigate it free of charge. Rob de Earth, that scamp, agree then change he mouth or he woulda been in prison by now.Dem boys seh that Soulja Bai need to investigate all dem land deals that Irfaat, Jagdeo and Brassington, dem three scamps, give away. Wha dem nah give away, dem swap fuh other property.Dem pumps, dem road contract, de drug contracts, last not least, Luncheon $69M fowl pen fuh an NIS building in Berbice, every deal under dem was crooked.But dem boys seh that de time coming when Soulja Bai gun just seh ‘mo’ and de jailing gun start.Talk half and wait fuh de hammer to fall.
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    Joseph ‘Reds’ Perreira is a ‘Special Person’ “I knew you could not substitute names of people, so if I wanted to be a commentator I would have to learn to overcome my stammering problem.” By Sean Devers The son of a farmer, who could not complete a sentence without stammering, overcame that and other daunting challenges, including a severe stroke in Australia, to become in the opinion of many, Guyana’s most illustrious sports commentator, as well as a household name in cricket broadcasting around the world.Joseph ‘Reds’ Perreira was born 70 years ago in the Riverain community of Pomeroon in Essequibo, and is still very active and involved in the sporting fraternity.Joseph ‘Reds’ Perreira‘Reds’, a walking encyclopedia of Guyanese sports history, now resides in St. Lucia with his Guyanese wife Zandra, and only recently organized a night of discussion on Guyana’s history in Boxing at the Clerical & Commercial Workers’ Union in Georgetown.The fifth of nine children, he spent his time as a little boy sailing and fishing, and never got involved in organized sport until 1945 when he moved to the city, after his father bought a house in Charlestown.His Dad grew coffee and oranges and would carry timber and other cargo around the country, and occasionally to Trinidad and Barbados, in a boat he had built. His mother was a housewife.“Sport was not a major thing in Pomeroon in those days, but cricket was a big social outing for the entire family,” ‘Reds’ explained.His ability as a cricketer was limited to his yard in Pomeroon where he played with a coconut branch as the bat, and a seed which floated in the river, as the ball.He played some cricket at the St Mary’s school in the city but keen on football, he soon formed a team.Although ‘Reds’ rose to fame from broadcasting cricket, football was his first love, and he made his first division debut as a 16-year-old goalkeeper for the Georgetown Football Club.His eyes lit up as he remembered. “We were playing against Infantry and they had Lewis Whittaker, who played for the Caribbean XI. We won one-nil. Morris Pollard, who represented Guyana in Football and Hockey, scored.”But as indicated in the introduction, it was his skill at describing sporting events that has given him renown.The veteran broadcaster did commentary on 145 Test matches between 1971 and 2005 and was a popular voice on radio with Boxing, Football, Hockey, Table Tennis, Basketball, Netball and Motor Racing. Remarkably, he even did an outside broadcast stint on a Fishing event at the National Park.“Radio was big in those days ((1950s)….you had the BBC coming through all the time, and on short wave you could catch Radio Australia. I would lie in bed and broadcast an imaginary Test match… imaginary football, with Brazil playing England, and imaginary World title boxing,” a smiling ‘Reds’ remembered.He said in those days every Friday night, the American Armed Forces Radio brought boxing from New York’s Madison Square Garden.“Back then I never really thought of being a real commentator since I stammered very badly,” he informed.The experienced presenter, who watched his first Test match in 1953 when West Indies opposed India, got his big break in 1959.‘Reds’ ((extreme left) shares a table at the Guyana Pegasus, during one of his foundation’s events, with Roger Harper, Fazeer Mohamed, Tony Cozier & Viv RichardsTwo Inter-Colonial matches were being played in the then British Guiana at the same time,Jerseys NFL Cheap, and two commentary teams were required.“One match was at Bourda and the other at Rose Hall….I was interested in commentary and was called in by Rafiq Khan of Radio Demerara and Kenny Wishart, who helped to select the Radio commentators for the cricket board. I joined Norman McLean and Claude Vieira for my first match,” said ‘Reds’, who has been working with the Ministry of Tourism in St. Lucia for the past six years.In 1965, in the hunt for greener pastures, Reds travelled to the United Kingdom to take his brothers to school, and stayed there for five years. He did several jobs including washing dishes in a restaurant in Denmark.He was the Convener for the West Indies Students’ Centre as he completed a course at a Physical Education School which focused on soccer coaching.“I met England’s 1966 Soccer Captain Bobby Moore at that school and did pre-season training with Chelsea and Arsenal. I also organized a Guyana Celtics Basketball team in London before returning to Guyana in December 1967,” the garrulous Guyanese disclosed.Not someone to sit around in an office, ‘Reds’ said he got several offers to get into the Insurance business but declined, because he had become hooked on sports.“I began as a Freelancer with the Guyana Information Service ((GIS) doing a weekly Magazine programme. Terry Holder and ((the late) Cecil Griffith were there at that time,” Reds recounted.In October 1968, the Guyana Broadcasting Service ((GBS) was launched and ‘Reds’ joined Cecil ‘Bruiser’ Thomas in the Sports Department.“We provided energized sports coverage using the telephone in fierce competition with Radio Demerara, who had BL Crombie,” Reds disclosed.‘Reds’ went to work on correcting his stammering and was so desperate to get rid of it that he even tried Creole remedies. He soon found that mentally working on the problem was the best way.“I started trying to understand why I stammered and realized that it happened when I tried to pronounce words with R, S or F. I could not say Richardson or Rodriguez. I knew you could not substitute names of people, so if I wanted to be a commentator I would have to learn to overcome my stammering problem.”Deep-breathing techniques and a growing self-confidence helped.In 1971, he made his Test debut at Bourda when India toured the West Indies.Although he was now a top cricket commentator who along with Tony Cozier, Brian Johnston and John Arlott, described the inaugural World Cup final in 1975 at Lords, ‘Reds’ was still directly involved in other sports.He served as the President of the Guyana Basketball Association from 1969-1975 and attended three Central American Championships. He was Coach of the Santos Football Club and the National under-23 side in the 1960s and commentated on three World Title fights.Married twice but without children, ‘Reds’ has devoted his entire life to sports, and was behind the microphone in Jamaica, in January 1973, when George Foreman fought Joe Frazier at the island’s National Stadium. He also called the action for television, exactly 29 years ago today ((September 13, 1980) when Guyanese Patrick Ford battled Mexican Salvador Sanchez for the World Boxing Council featherweight title in San Antonio, Texas.The versatile ‘Reds’ was Sports Advisor to former Minister of Sport, Shirley Field-Ridley, and served as Chairman of the National Sports Council ((NSC) in the 1970s before migrating to Barbados in 1980 when he got a lucrative contract with the Caribbean Broadcasting Corporation ((CBC). He spent five years with CBC and covered the 1984 Summer Olympics in Los Angeles.A true Caribbean man, ‘Reds’, a former President of the Guyana Football and Basketball Associations, soon moved to St. Lucia to establish and head the Organization of Eastern Caribbean States ((OECS) sports desk. He did the job for 12 years.Freelancing for the Caribbean Media Corporation ((CMC) and the Voice of Barbados ((VOB), ‘Reds’ was still very active in his old-age before a debilitating stroke in Australia, in January of 1996, threatened to not only end his career, but his life.“My left side went totally dead. I could not walk and spent a long time in a wheelchair. My speech was badly affected and I had to re-learn to walk and swim. That episode made me take control of my life once again. I think going back to work for the OECS was good therapy for me,” ‘Reds’ opined.Most people half his age would have retired, but sports runs in the man’s blood and soon he was again broadcasting at the highest level.‘Reds’ is now the President of the St. Lucia Amateur Boxing Association and says he wants to ‘give back something’ to the development of sports, a discipline that has afforded him the opportunity to see the world, meet famous people and live a comfortable life.He is quick to offer advice and suggestions to young commentators, but feels the standard and importance of radio commentary has been devalued by radio stations in the Caribbean.Despite television, ‘Reds’ thinks radio still has a role to play in developing sports, especially in the rural areas, and he urges young commentators to do intensive research and know the players and venues. “They should strive to be true professionals, the basics never change,” the veteran emphasized.‘Reds’ is heartbroken by the present state of West Indies cricket, and says both the administrators and players need to understand what cricket means to Caribbean people and show more commitment to the sport.He also lamented that young Guyanese don’t know enough about the past sports personalities who “put this country on the map” in the early days.In this regard, ‘Reds’ regularly organizes symposia here on the history of various sports, using some of the persons who participated in the 1950s and ‘60s as guest speakers.He formed the ‘Reds’ Perreira Sports Foundation in December 2004 to assist sports in Guyana and pledged the first contribution of US$10,000 to the entity. The foundation, with the assistance of the various local sports associations, helps to bring top Caribbean and International persons to Guyana to give lectures and conduct coaching stints.“Others gave me many opportunities and I want to give back.”For the many commentators who were influenced by the magic of his words painting an intriguing picture in the middle of the night on radio from far away Australia, and the hundreds of youths whose lives he changed though Sports, Joseph ‘Reds’ Perriera has already given back…many times.It is hoped that this famous son of the soil is honoured while he is still alive to enjoy it. Naming the Media Centre at the Stadium after him would be a fitting thank you to a special person who proved that where there is a will there is always a way.
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    By Attorney Gail SeeramMany immigrants see coming to the United States as an opportunity to escape poverty, crime, and abuse and to seek a better life. With tourist visa issued at a low rate, many seek entry into the United States through “back-track” or illegal entry. Some immigrants choose to enter the U.S. by land and foot through U.S. land borders or ports of entry such as Arizona, California, Texas and Canada. Others try to enter the U.S. by air with a photo switch passport or use a United States citizen’s passport to gain entry into the United States. The people who get paid to make these “back-track” arrangements would often sell you a dream and tell you that your illegally entry will be undetected by the United States immigration authorities.However,Cheap Liverpool Shirts Uk, since 9/11, the United States has toughened its ports of entry at the airports and at the land borders. Many immigrants trying to enter with someone else’s passport or a photo switch passport ((removing the photo of the passport holder and replacing with the immigrant’s photo) are in most cases apprehended by U.S. immigration, detained and returned to their native country.Before the immigrant is removed or deported back to their native country, their fingerprints are recorded and they are charged and convicted of fraudulent misrepresentation to gain entry into the United States and/or false claim to U.S. citizenship ((if attempting to enter with someone else’s U.S. Passport). The removal/deportation of the immigrant means that he/she will never be able to obtain a tourist visa ((B-2) or immigrant visa/green card if tried to enter with someone else’s U.S. passport. If the immigrant was charged with fraudulent misrepresentation then there is the option of possibly filing a 212((i) waiver if the immigrant later wants to seek an immigrant visa/green card.There are tough consequences for trying to enter the U.S. “back-track” ? my advice is to seek the advice of an immigration lawyer to get options to enter the U.S. on the right-track. Sometimes the wait for an immigrant visa or immigrant petition filed by a family member is 6-12 years and many immigrants can’t wait and choose to enter the U.S. “back-track”. Trust me; just wait the time out because “back-track” entry will mean you will face a lifetime ban of ever returning to the United States.Lastly, “back-track” entry also means you are considered to have entered without inspection or without a visa and if you enter undetected by U.S. immigration authorities, you will NOT be eligible to file for a green card or permanent resident status in the U.S. ? even if you marry a U.S. citizen.Back-track is not the right-track into the United States because it means a lifetime ban from returning to the U.S. if you are caught and no possibly for obtaining a green card in the U.S. if you are not caught at the border.Question #1: My uncle decided that he wanted to help me go to America. I was 18 years old and my parents I assumed that it was a chance for me to have a better life. They made arrangements with some local people here in Guyana and I was taken to the airport and I boarded a flight to Miami. Upon reaching Miami I was held up and taken into custody because I was using a U.S. passport and I looked younger than the person in the passport. I was detained at the airport and was put on the next flight back to Guyana. I was advised by officers who processed me that I will be forbidden to enter the US for a five-year period. I started doing some research and I learnt that I was ineligible to enter the US for the rest of my life. Is this correct?Answer #1: Yes, you face a lifetime ban from ever returning to the United States and you are ineligible for a waiver because you made a false claim to United States citizenship by using someone’s else passport to seek entry into the U.S. Unfortunately, you fell victim to the “back-track” entry and now face lifetime consequences. Even if you are married to a U.S. citizen, you will not be eligible for an immigrant visa/green card or a tourist visa.Question #2: Back in 2002, I entered the United States by using someone else’s Guyana passport and the photo in the passport was switched so my photo appeared in the passport. The officer at the airport did not detect I was using someone else’s passport and allowed me in the U.S. The people who gave me the passport took it away from me as soon as I entered the U.S. Now, I am married to a U.S. citizen but have no proof of my entry. How can I file to get a green card or permanent resident status in the U.S.?Answer #2: Since you do not have a passport with an entry stamp or a visa to enter the U.S. you will not be able to adjust your status in the U.S. to that of a permanent resident/green card holder. The only exception to this rule is if you had an immigration petition ((I-130 or I-140) filed for you before April 30, 2001. If yes, then you may be able to get a green card in the U.S. through an old immigration law ((INA Sec. 245((i)) but you will have to file a waiver for the fraud committed by entering with someone else’s Guyana passport.For more information, contact Gail Law Firm:Email: [[email protected]Phone: 1-877-GAIL-LAW or 407-292-7730www.MyOrlandoImmigrationLawyer.comFREE in-office consultation ? FREE Live Chat
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