Monthly Archives: November 2018

Glass of ginger beer – Bans Arjune

I was fortunate to grow up in Free Yard, Port Mourant. It seemed like this locale was equidistant from all the significant places that moulded [...]

Moses Moakan

It was my father Moses Moakan of Stanleytown who alerted the authorities about the suspicious behavior of some members of the Jordanite sect after Leelawattie went [...]

A farmer’s daughter

Rukhsana Kausar was born in 1989 to Noor Hussain and Rashida Begum in Rajouri district of Jammu & Kashmir, India. One night in September 2009, [...]

Congratulations to Mr. & Mrs. Reginald Debah

  On behalf of the JCCSS Grads (Global) I would like to congratulate Mr. & Mrs. Reginald and Sylvia Debah of London, England on their [...]

Happy Thanksgiving

"And afterwards the Lord sent them such seasonable showers, with interchange of fair warm weather as, through His blessing, caused a fruitful and liberal harvest, [...]

Mrs. Sukhnandan (1935-2018)

The mother of Jean Sukhnandan (Class of 1971) passed away last Sunday in Queens, NY.  She was 95.  All her children Joshua, Jacob, Joseph, and [...]

St. Joseph’s Anglican Church – Nov 2018 – pic by Ms. Ahiliya Prashad Ramdhan

All Quiet on the Western Front

Description: 1st Batt. British West Indies Regiment in Egypt, May 1916.Location: EgyptDate: May 1916 Today Sunday, November 11, 2018 is 100 years since [...]

India’s other Teresa

Bhakti Yadav was born in 1926 in a little village in Madhya Pradesh. The majority of the villagers were cowherds and milk-sellers. It was a [...]

Memories of first Diwali Celebration at Corentyne High School – Dr. Vishnu Bisram

This Tuesday or Wednesday (November 6 or 7) is Diwali depending where you reside – coinciding with the darkest night of the autumn. This Indian [...]