Jamaica Gleaner
Published: Wednesday | October 21, 2009
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EDITORIAL - Sarwan's betrayal of Windies team's sense of entitlement
Barring, maybe, Daren Ganga, Ramnaresh Sarwan, the Guyanese batsman, is the most articulate and sensitive of the current crop of mostly out-of-touch West Indian cricketers. However, like most of his colleagues, who have for several months been on strike...

Multiplication - how we count
I've heard it said that life's a beach. And then you marry one. There's an important distinction. If you get sand in your shoe (or any other crevice) at the beach, you can easily dispose of it by removing the shoe (or whatever) and shaking it...

Railway: more harm than good?
Many years ago I attended a political meeting in the eastern end of the island. It was not a major affair since few party big wigs were scheduled to speak. The senior politician who was the featured speaker became extremely agitated when he noticed that members...

Fix the roads - Re Milk River bath story; yes, this is a great healthy bath and we enjoyed it to the fullest with friends on our last visit to Jamaica.

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