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WEDDINGS PART 5: THE HINDU WEDDING

As the end of the month of June draws closer, we too close our week-long feature on weddings with none other than an inside look at the Hindu wedding which typically starts on a Friday and is popularly known as the Matikoor Night.

As countries around the world mark International Day against Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking on June 26th, the day is seen as a way of strengthening action and cooperation to achieve the goal of an international society free of drug abuse.

GOOD NEWS: ST. PETER'S DAY 2015

St. Peter's Day celebrations were once again centre stage in Moruga on Sunday. But the area's MP is hoping the event can help catapult the Southern community towards wider appreciation and development.

Two former Female executive members of the Independent Liberal Party have now expressed shame and disappointment for joining the party which was formed by Jack Warner in 2013.

ELECTION ISSUE: PROPERTY TAX:

The 2010 election campaign for the People's Partnership was partly based on an "Axe the Tax" platform which called for the PNM to end the proposed Property Tax regime.

C News Roger Dwarika sits down with Peter Bacchus, a soldier from T&T in the 1960s who served in the Gulf of Aden and rose through the ranks to become a decorated Queen's Colour Squadron Officer.

Mr. Bacchus relates his tale of serving in the original conflict in Yemen - an area that remains a hot zone even today as rebels and Government Forces battle each other.

INSIDE BUSINESS: CHARITY SHOP CHIC

Roger Dwarika made a unique find in the form of a thrift shop in St James.

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Canada was crowned Men's and Women's Champions in the Pan American Badminton Team Championships that came to end
The Pre-Commonwealth Games Track and Field Meet came to an end at the Hasely Crawford Stadium with some of the athletes
This country's badminton players once again found the going tough on the second day of competition in the Pan American
Kent Fuentes continues his conversation with President of the Trinidad And Tobago Hockey Board, Douglas Camacho, as he
The sport of futsal is about to take off in Trinidad and Tobago, at least that's the hope of the local Futsal
Eight teams are competing in the Pan American Badminton Team Championships out at the National Racquet Centre in
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