Khan wants law amended in Parliament

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Promi­nent Se­nior Coun­sel Is­rael Khan is call­ing for an amend­ment to the COVID-19 reg­u­la­tions giv­ing the po­lice pow­er to ar­rest peo­ple in their pri­vate res­i­dences if they breach the gath­er­ing re­stric­tion.

Khan wants law amended in Parliament

admin

Promi­nent Se­nior Coun­sel Is­rael Khan is call­ing for an amend­ment to the COVID-19 reg­u­la­tions giv­ing the po­lice pow­er to ar­rest peo­ple in their pri­vate res­i­dences if they breach the gath­er­ing re­stric­tion.

Khan wants law amended in Parliament

admin

Promi­nent Se­nior Coun­sel Is­rael Khan is call­ing for an amend­ment to the COVID-19 reg­u­la­tions giv­ing the po­lice pow­er to ar­rest peo­ple in their pri­vate res­i­dences if they breach the gath­er­ing re­stric­tion.

Mother grieves as case thrown out

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The Trinidad and Tobago Guardian is the longest running daily newspaper in the country, marking its centenary in 2017. The paper started life as the Trinidad Guardian on Sunday 2nd September 1917 by the newly formed Trinidad Publishing Company Limited.

Khan wants law amended in Parliament

admin

Promi­nent Se­nior Coun­sel Is­rael Khan is call­ing for an amend­ment to the COVID-19 reg­u­la­tions giv­ing the po­lice pow­er to ar­rest peo­ple in their pri­vate res­i­dences if they breach the gath­er­ing re­stric­tion.

Mother grieves as case thrown out

admin

The Trinidad and Tobago Guardian is the longest running daily newspaper in the country, marking its centenary in 2017. The paper started life as the Trinidad Guardian on Sunday 2nd September 1917 by the newly formed Trinidad Publishing Company Limited.

Khan wants law amended in Parliament

admin

Promi­nent Se­nior Coun­sel Is­rael Khan is call­ing for an amend­ment to the COVID-19 reg­u­la­tions giv­ing the po­lice pow­er to ar­rest peo­ple in their pri­vate res­i­dences if they breach the gath­er­ing re­stric­tion.

Mother grieves as case thrown out

admin

The Trinidad and Tobago Guardian is the longest running daily newspaper in the country, marking its centenary in 2017. The paper started life as the Trinidad Guardian on Sunday 2nd September 1917 by the newly formed Trinidad Publishing Company Limited.