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Tender for the Design, Development and Maintenance of a
Corporate Website for National Flour Mills Limited
National Flour Mills Limited (NFM) invites suitably qualified firms to tender for the Design, Development and
Maintenance of a Corporate Website for National Flour Mills Limited.
Tender documents can be obtained between the hours of 8:00 am to 4:00 pm daily during the period
September 25th 2014 to September 30th 2014 from:
The Secretary of the Tenders Committee
National Flour Mills Limited
#27-29 Wrightson Road
Port of Spain
Tenderers will be required to pay a non-refundable fee of TT $300.00. This fee is to be paid to the Cashier
at NFM's Wrightson Road facility. Original receipts must be presented to the Secretary of the Tenders
Committee to obtain the Tender Documentation. Any queries regarding this tender shall be submitted in writing
to the Secretary, Tenders Committee at the address below or at email address email@example.com .
An original and five (5) copies of all documents requested in the Instructions to Tenderers in the Tender
Documents must be submitted together with the original receipt confirming the tenderer's purchase of the
tender package. Tenders should be accompanied by the following:
(i) Valid Income Tax and Value Added Tax Clearance Certificates issued by the Board of Inland
Revenue and dated not more than six (6) months prior to the closing date of the tender.
(ii) Certificate of Incorporation/Certificate of Continuance.
(iii) Valid National Insurance Board Certificate
Sealed Tenders must bear no mark or seal of the tenderer, be able to fit the tender box slot of 40 cm x 8 cm,
must be clearly marked:
"Tender for Design, Development and Maintenance of a
Corporate Website for National Flour Mills Limited"
and addressed to:
National Flour Mills Limited
27-29 Wrightson Road
Port of Spain
Sealed tenders should be deposited no later than 2:00 p.m. on October 28th 2014 in the Tender Box
provided at the Security Booth; Main Entrance, Wrightson Road, Port of Spain. Tenders will be opened on
October 28th 2014 at 2:30 p.m. at National Flour Mills Limited, Wrightson Road, Port of Spain. Tenderers
are allowed to have one (1) representative at the opening.
Late Tenders will not be accepted in any circumstances. The Company does not bind itself to accept the
lowest or any other tender. The Company reserves the right to cancel the present notice in its entirety or
partially without defraying any cost incurred by any firm in submitting the Tender.
September 19th 2014
HYDERABAD---Sunil Narine s brilliance once again
proved the difference as his Kolkata Knight Riders
beat Lahore Lions by four wickets with three balls
to spare, to remain unbeaten in the Champions
League Twenty20 here yesterday.
With Lahore rollicking along at 95 for three at the
end of the 13th over, Narine intervened with dev-
astating effect grabbing three wickets in the space
of 12 balls, to cripple the innings and help restrict
the Pakistani outfit to 151 for seven off their 20 overs.
In his second over, the West Indies off-spinner
removed Saad Nasim without scoring to a leading
edge to cover and then struck twice in his third over,
trapping Umar Siddiz lbw for two and then bowling
Asif Raza first ball, to reduce Lahore to 105 for six
at the end of the 16th over.
He returned to bowl the 19th over which cost three
runs but Umar Akmal, who gathered a hasty 40 from
24 balls, plundered 16 runs from the final over bowled
by fast bowler Pat Cummings, to get Lahore up to
a decent total.
Opener Ahmed Shehzad had earlier top-scored
with 59 from 42 balls, with five fours and four sixes,
to lead the Lions after they were sent in at the Rajiv
Gandhi International Stadium.
PERTH---Afghanistan s fledging cricket team, fea-
turing a coach from England and a captain born in
a refugee camp in Pakistan, begins a three-week
playing tour of Australia today to prepare for its
first appearance at next year s 50-over World Cup
Ranked 11th in the one-day international form of
the game, the results of matches against teams from
Western Australia and Canberra in Australia and
Auckland-area teams in New Zealand won t really
matter---the Afghanis are here to experience conditions
they ll face next February and March when the Cricket
World Cup is hosted by both countries.
They will play in a tough Pool A that includes
four-time champion Australia, New Zealand, England,
Sri Lanka, Bangladesh and Scotland.
The team is coached by Andy Moles, whose broth-
er---an anti-terrorism expert---advised him against
taking the job in the war-torn country.
Afghanistan does not host any of its international
matches due to ongoing security concerns and has
recently played Ireland in Sri Lanka and faced Canada
in the United Arab Emirates.
Moles is a former Warwickshire opening batsman
who has also coached New Zealand. He initially
moved to Kabul as batting coach but took on the
head job when Kabir Khan quit several weeks ago.
The Afghani captain is Mohammad Nabi, who
was born in a Peshawar refugee camp and is the
side s star all-rounder.
The tour is part of the ICC s High Performance
Program for a country that only became an affiliate
member of the ICC in 2001. Afghanistan has appeared
in three consecutive ICC World Twenty20 tourna-
ments---2010, 2012, and 2014.
said yesterday that all-rounder
Shane Watson has been ruled out
of Australia s tour of the United
Arab Emirates against Pakistan
after complications from a right
Watson sprained the ankle after
stepping on a ball in training during
Australia s tour of Zimbabwe in
Cricket Australia physiotherapist
Alex Kountouris says Watson has
experienced some right calf soreness
and "as Shane has previously had
similar injuries, we plan to hold
back his return to running and
Ben Hilfenhaus will replace Wat-
son in the test squad, while Kane
Richardson will take Watson s place
in the Twenty20 and one-day inter-
Australia will play two tests, three
one-dayers and a T20 match
against Pakistan in the United Arab
Emirates from October 5 to Novem-
Jamaica and West Indies fast bowler Andre Russell
sent down four overs for 38 runs.
In reply, captain Gautam Gambhir struck a top
score of 60 from 47 balls in an opening stand of
exactly 100 runs with Robin Uthappa who got 46,
as Knight Riders lay the foundation for victory.
Russell made just one after arriving at the crease
in the penultimate over with Knight Riders needing
six runs for victory.
tames Lahore Lions
Watson out UAE tour vs Pakistan
Kolkata Knight Riders 153 for 6 (Gambhir 60,
Uthappa 46) beat Lahore Lions 151 for 7
(Shehzad 59, Akmal 40, Narine 3-9) by four
Hobart Hurricanes 186 for 4 (Blizzard 78*, Dunk
54, Engelbrecht 3-20) beat Cape Cobras 184 for
6 (Levi 42, Philander 32) by six wickets.
begin tour of
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