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Tony Rakhal-Fraser

Sunday, June 19, 2016
​If we engage in some critical and analytical thinking, and in as objective a manner as our biases, predispositions and more allow us to, we may conclude that cabinets/governments, Parliaments, electe
Sunday, June 12, 2016
​“Santa tief ah big man from St James and tie him like ah cow in Morvant; sun and rain wetting de man and he cyah get away, poor fella….” King Solomon—Samuel Ryan This column is in honour of the “Ari
Sunday, June 5, 2016
​The most troubling outcome for West Indies cricket of the just-concluded Indian Premier League (which is the outstanding competition in the format that has emerged as the most widely popular in today
Sunday, May 29, 2016
​“We want JUSTICE!” The call has reverberated in our heads one thousand times over the last ten years from protesters, against what they consider to be unlawful, unconscionable and advantageous behavi
Sunday, May 22, 2016
​Why has the disastrous state of accounting for the spending of billions of dollars of public funds been allowed to continue, notwithstanding the decades-long calls by successive auditors general for
Sunday, May 8, 2016
​Small but significant are the efforts and achievements of inventiveness and innovation abroad in the mind space of T&T. I confess to not being aware of this strain of enterprise existing here.
Sunday, May 1, 2016
Maybe His Grace Joseph Harris, Archbishop of Port-of-Spain, and his clergy are shocked by the size and intensity of reaction to their proposal to the President of the Republic, and by extension to the
Sunday, April 17, 2016
​The stated intention of Finance Minister Colm Imbert to resuscitate economic activity by restarting the construction industry and to begin the process of diversification of the non-energy sector thro
Sunday, April 10, 2016
​The challenge now is for a West Indies Cricket Board and the West Indian population to best utilise the wide appeal and commercial potential of having three champion teams in the most attractive and
Monday, April 4, 2016
Just in case the West Indies Cricket Board had plans to take credit for the victory of the men’s team in the World T20 competition, captain Darren Sammy, with the certainty he often shows as a late-or

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