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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...

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...

Suriname in South America celebrates June 5 as Indian Arrival Day

Indian Arrival Day is celebrated in various countries to mark the arrival of Indians as indentured labour Indians form 27% of Suriname's population,...

Lalla Rookh- Marking the Indian Arrival in Suriname

By Shubhi Mangla On 5th June 1873, a ship named Lalla Rookh meaning Red Cheeks reached Paramaribo, the capital of Suriname and a history of...

Tracing the Indian Diaspora in Suriname

By Shubhi Mangla Suriname a small country, originally called Dutch Guiana, is located on the Atlantic side of South America, just above Brazil. This Dutch...

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...

Countries with more than 20 % population of people of Indian origin

By Aakash Sinha India has a strong population of its people outside the country. It is estimated that there are over 25 million people of...

Guyana: Indo-guyanese and their legacy

Where is Guyana? Guyana, officially the Co-operative Republic of Guyana, is a sovereign state on the northern mainland of South America. It is bordered by...

Swaraj unveils Suriname memorial honouring Indian indentured workers

Kolkata: External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj on Wednesday unveiled the Suriname Memorial here, honouring the Indian indentured workers who migrated to the South American...

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