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Guardian www.guardian.co.tt Wednesday, February 11, 2015
PALO SECO AGRICULTURAL
REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL FOR EXTERNAL AUDIT SERVICES
Palo Seco Agricultural Enterprises Limited (PSAEL) invites suitably
qualified Auditing Firms to submit proposals for External Audit Services.
These services will be governed by PSAEL's General conditions of
INSTRUCTIONS FOR PURCHASE OF THE RFP
I. Packages can be obtained at PSAEL's office upon payment of a
non-refundable fee of TT$250.00 VAT Inclusive .This payment
is to be made to PSAEL's Cashier located at Building 31
Casuarina Avenue Pointe-a-Pierre. Only cash or Certified
Cheque will be accepted.
II. Packages can be collected on the 12th and 13th February
2015 between the hours of 7:30am to 3:30pm .
PRE BID MEETING
A pre Bid information session will be held at PSAEL's Head Office
31 Casuarina Avenue, Pointe-a-Pierre on the 19th February 2015,
commencing at 10:00am.
All submissions should be placed in a sealed envelope appropriately
labelled as required by the RFP and deposited in Tender Box #002
located at 32 Casuarina Avenue Pointe-a-Pierre no later than 2:00pm
on February 25th 2015.
Additional information can be obtained from PSAEL's Procurement and
Contact info: Tel --(868) 658-4147/ 3722 / 2391 FAX (868) 658-25850211077
S 52 - 58 Woodford Street, Newtown
Port of Spain, Trinidad, W.I.
Tel: (868) 623-2991-6/ Fax: 623-5972
The 2015 Civil Service Entrance (Main)
Examination for the office of Assistant Treasury
Officer I will be held on Saturday 21st February,
Persons who are scheduled to sit this examination
and have not yet received their Notification
Letters, should contact the Human Resource
Adviser II, Examinations and Assessment Unit,
Service Commissions Department using the
email firstname.lastname@example.org or contact number
623-2745 no later than Thursday 19th
February, 2015 or visit the Service
Commissions Department Website at
www.scd.org.tt for further information.
MELBOURNE---On Khurram Khan s
many previous visits to Melbourne as
a flight purser, he stayed across the
road from the Melbourne Cricket
Also a cricketer, Khan deliberately
avoided going into the world s largest
"I never walked into the stadium,
because I always wanted to play there.
I always thought, if I m going into the
stadium it should be to play," Khan said.
That finally came true this week.
He was practicing there yesterday,
preparing to play for the United Arab
Emirates (UAE) against Australia the
next day, in a warmup for the Cricket
World Cup, where he will be the tour-
nament s oldest player.
Khan is 43, and the UAE vice-cap-
In December, he eclipsed Sanath Jaya-
suriya by almost four years to become
the oldest player to score a one-day
international century when he made 132
not out against Afghanistan in Dubai at
43 years, 162 days.
"The last couple of years have been
the best in my life, since I have been
playing cricket," said Khurram, who
sometimes kept up his fitness by doing
pushups between in-flight meal serv-
Coach Aaqib Javed, part of the Pak-
Cricket Council says it has no
immediate plans to restrict bat sizes
after some players objected to sug-
gestions the sport s governing body
would impose limits.
ICC chief David Richardson last
week forecast the ICC will look at
placing restrictions "on the depth of
a bat in particular" saying the larger
size of modern bats favor batsmen.
His statement triggered a backlash
from the likes of big-hitting West
Indies star Chris Gayle and England
captain Eoin Morgan. He labeled the
Yesterday, Richardson said it is too
early to know whether any restric-
tions will be imposed. "We need to
consult with the manufacturers,
whether any attempts to limit the
size and the depth of the bats will
Bigger and heavier bats have
become widespread as limited overs
cricket---especially the 20-over
game---has become more popular,
with pressure on batsmen to entertain
with huge six shots into the crowds.
ICC CRICKET WORLD CUP
istan squad that won the 1992 World
Cup in Australia and New Zealand, is
a year younger than Khan, and in awe
of the veteran.
"I haven t seen anyone playing like
Khurram in their 40s," Javed said. "He s
the best 43-year-old batsman I have
ever seen...the perfect role model for
The Indian Premier League s tempo-
rary shift to the UAE last year presented
Khan with a chance to feature in practice
games against Australia s Glenn Maxwell
and other international players.
The Pakistan-born Khan regards
today s warmup match against the
world s No 1-ranked team as the best
possible way to prepare for their tour-
nament opener against Zimbabwe at
Nelson, New Zealand, in nine days.
Airline purser ready to
fly for UAE at World Cup
United Arab Emirates'
Khurram Khan plays a shot
during their ICC Twenty20
Cricket World Cup match
against Zimbabwe, in Sylhet,
Bangladesh. AP PHOTO
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