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Indians In West Indian National Football

By Dr. Kumar Mahabir  Indians in India and the Indian Diaspora love cricket. However, it seems that football - also called soccer - is not...

The Impact Of Chinese, Hispanic & Haitian Migrants On Trinidad, Guyana And Suriname

By Dr. Kumar Mahabir In recent years, there has been both legal and illegal mass movement of people from China, Venezuela, and Haiti within and...

An Unsung Hero Of The Caribbean: Dr Jung Bahadur Singh of Guyana (1886 -1956): Politician, Ship Doctor, Labour Leader And Protector Of Indians

By Dr. Kumar Mahabir This article is part of a plan that is intended to profile and celebrate Hidden Heroes of the Caribbean. Even in...

How Should Indo-Caribbean Culture Be Treated By The New Governments In Trinidad, Guyana And Suriname

By Dr. Kumar Mahabir In the multi-ethnic countries of Trinidad and Tobago, Guyana, and Suriname in the southern Caribbean, newly elected Governments were sworn into...

The 2020-21 National Budgets in Trinidad, Guyana and Suriname

By Dr Kumar Mahabir In Trinidad and Tobago, Guyana and Suriname in the Southern Caribbean, National Budgets were read in their Parliaments recently (October 5th,...

The Unprecedented Oil Wealth In Guyana And Suriname, And Opportunities For Trinidad

By Dr. Kumar Mahabir Guyana in the Southern Caribbean is set to receive the highest estimated total income from its multi-billion-barrel oil and gas resources...

Political Violence Against Indians in Suriname is Rare

With reporting by Dr Kumar Mahabir The following is a REPORT on Indo-Caribbean Cultural Centre (ICC) ZOOM public meeting (6/9/20) on the topic “Political violence...

Letter to the Editor: Political Violence Against Indians in Guyana, Suriname and Trinidad

(Dr. Kumar Mahabir drafted this letter to address the issue of Political violence against Indians in Guyana, Suriname and Trinidad) The Editor, Political violence against Indians...

Stop Blaming Indians for the Black Crisis in Trinidad and Tobago

 - by Kamal Persad July 10, 2017: Blacks in Trinidad and Tobago are describing the situation of the black community as a “crisis” and as one requiring...

Press Release: Saraswati Vidya Niketan of Guyana Fundraising Cultural Show on May 20 in New York

May 20, 2017: Saraswati Vidya Niketan (SVN) fund-raising event from 6pm-9pm on Saturday, May 20, 2017 at:  87-59 Dunton Street, Holliswood, Queens NY 11423. Swami Aksharananda will be present...

May 5 is Happy Indian Arrival Day for Guyana

By Shabana B: May 5, 1838: The first British ship of indenture sailed from Kolkata, India, across the seas and made its way to Guyana....

All you need to know about the Indian Arrival Fest at Guyana

By Pragya Jha Guyana is a small country in the Northern part of Latin America, more in tune with Caribbean culture. It has a significant...

‘True meaning of Phagwah(Holi) is that we erase all barriers and differences’

Guyana: HOLI, the festival of colors, has been known traditionally as a Hindu observance which symbolizes good over evil. And over the last few...

Phagwah (Holi) messages to Guyanese people

Today is the day that our Hindu brothers and sisters celebrate the triumph of good over evil. We at Kaieteur News fully embrace this...

Guyana celebrates 125th anniversary of India’s B R Ambedkar

Guyana: Guyana joined India in celebrating the life and work of Dr Bhimrao Ramji Ambedkar, an Indian jurist, economist, politician and social reformer who inspired...

Holi: celebrating ‘Colors of Joy’ across the world

By Syona Sachdeva Holi, famously known as ‘festival of colors’, is a Hindu religious festival celebrated in the spring season. For some, it is a...

Guyana Hindu Dharmic Youth arm attracting large turnout

Guyana: Meera Narine, Chairman of the Essequibo (a youth organization of the Guyana Hindu Dharmic Sabha) states that camps have successfully lured youth in a...

Guyana celebrates Maha Shivaratri with its President David Granger

GUYANA is a peaceful and complex society, where freedom of beliefs and religion promotes togetherness and teaches respect for each other, in spite of...

Information on Wismar Massacre

Before knowing about Wismar Massacre, have you ever heard of Guyana? It is a country in South America, bordered by Brazil, Suriname and Venezuela....

How to celebrate Holi in New York?

New York: Holi- the Indian festival of colors- is arriving (March 23). New York and New Jersey are home a large concentration of Asian Indians:...

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Upcoming B-Town Films Inspired From The Great Epics Ramayana and Mahabharata

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