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Guardian www.guardian.co.tt Monday, April 27, 2015
Y formerly Brisbane of 70 Sister's Road, Hardbargain has filed an
Amended Fixed Date Claim Form dated the 27th day of March, 2015, seeking an order vesting in herself
All That parcel or lot of land comprising Four Acres Three Roods and Thirty Eight Perches be the same
more or less, and delineated in the Diagram attached, situate in the Ward of Montserrat, in the Island of
Trinidad and bounded on the North, South and East by Crown land and on the West by a Road reserved
fifty links wide separating lands hereby granted from lands of B. Seebalack and which said piece or parcel
of lands is now described in Crown Grant registered as Volume 113 Folio 69.
that on the 18th day of March, 2015 the Honourable Madame Justice Jones direct-
ed that the Notice of the Amended Fixed Date Claim Form be advertised once per week for two consecu-
tive weeks in a daily newspaper of general circulation in Trinidad and Tobago.
to defend this claim, you must state this within eight (8) days after the advertisement, by
an Appearance to Claim Form, (available at the Registry), which must be lodged at the Registry of the High
Court San Fernando of Trinidad and Tobago, Court Street (Tel. Number 652-2152). You may also obtain
copies of the Amended Fixed Date Claim Form and all related documents at the Court's Registry.
any person claiming an interest in the said parcel of land may intervene by entering an
appearance to these proceedings at the court registry and filing an affidavit setting out the particulars of
FURTHER TAKE NOTICE that IN DEFAULT of an Appearance to the Amended Fixed Date Claim Form,
the court may proceed in your absence and may make any order it considers appropriate.
AND FURTHER that the hearing of this application has been adjourned to the 7th day of May, 2015 at 9:15
a.m. in courtroom SF09, Harris Street, Supreme Court, San Fernando.
Dated this 23rd
day of April
TRINIDAD CEMENT LIMITED
Trinidad Cement Limited hereby invites tenders for the following:
Supply of Sand to the Mayo Quarry (2015 -2017) 14th May, 2015
1. Tender packages can be obtained upon payment to TCL's Cashier, of a non-refundable
fee of TT$500.00 per tender. Payments via Linx, debit cards or Certified Cheques
ONLY. Cheques to be made in the name "Trinidad Cement Limited".
2. Tender packages will be disbursed upon presentation of the Cashier's receipt, to the office
of the Materials Manager, located on the 1st Floor of TCL's Administration Building,
Southern Main Road, Claxton Bay.
3. Tender documents are to be procured during the hours of 8.00 a.m. to 3.00 p.m. from
Tuesday 28th April to Friday 01st May, 2015..
4. Tenders must be accompanied by the following mandatory documents:
o The completed "Form of Tender"
o A company profile
o Certificates of Registration/Incorporation/Continuance/Notice of Directors (as applicable)
o B.I.R. File Number
o Valid V.A.T. Certificate
o Valid V.A.T. Clearance Certificate
o Valid Income Tax certificate
o National Insurance Compliance Certificate
o Confirmed ability to provide a minimum of 30-days credit for payments
o Evidence of Public Liability Insurance - Minimum $6,300,000 per occurrence
o Evidence of Automobile Liability Insurance (for all owned, non-owned and hired
automobiles accessing TCL's compound) - Minimum $6,300,000 per occurrence
o Workmen's Compensation Insurance - In compliance with statutory requirements
5. The Tenderer shall bear all costs associated with the preparation and submission of the
tender and TCL shall in no case be responsible or liable for those costs, regardless of the
conduct or outcome of the bidding process.
6. Trinidad Cement Limited reserves the right not to accept the lowest or any of the tenders received.
7. Late tenders will not be considered under any circumstances.
NEW YORK---The champ returned
to the Garden, and it sounded and
felt like Kiev.
Ukraine s Wladimir Klitschko easily
outpointed a game-but-outclassed
Bryant Jennings in the champion s
first fight in the United States in seven
years, defending his heavyweight titles
with a unanimous decision on Sat-
Klitschko s last US fight was right
here on Feb 23, 2008, when he easily
won over Sultan Ibragimov. This was
his fourth Garden bout, and it seemed
both comfortable and familiar.
"It is great to come back to Madison
Square Garden, to be home here and
fight here," Klitschko said. "I look for-
ward to coming back to fighting here,
a great crowd and a great atmos-
Although not at his dominant best,
Klitschko was in control from the
outset in his 18th straight successful
defense. His jab and straight right
hands kept Jennings from getting
inside, and the unbeaten American
had little chance of winning from dis-
The overwhelmingly pro-Klitschko
crowd of 17,056 roared loudly with
every thundering punch by the
champ. They chanted Ukrainian slo-
gans when he entered the arena and
when the decision was announced:
116-111 on two cards, 118-109 on
The AP had it 118-109.
Yet, with Jennings still standing in
the middle rounds and beginning to
land some punches, the Americans
in the crowd began shouting "U-S-
A! U-S-A!" But the Philadelphian
never really had a chance and was
outpunched 545-376, with 144 land-
ing for Klitschko, 110 for the chal-
"Jennings would have beaten a lot
of heavyweights in the division,"
Klitschko said. "He s a tough com-
Klitschko is 64-3 and has held a
heavyweight belt for nearly a decade.
Jennings is 19-1.
Klitschko has won 21 straight bouts,
and tied Joe Louis with 27 total heavy-
weight championship fights. He is
25-2 in those, while Louis was 26-1.
The low point for the 39-year-old
Klitschko came in the 10th round,
when he was penalised a point for
holding. Jennings complained before
the fight about that tactic, and referee
Mike Griffin paid attention.
It wasn t in large part because
Klitschko started well, keeping Jen-
nings so off-balance that the chal-
lenger often lost any technique and
threw some wild prayers. None of
those came close to being answered.
Klitschko won all but the ninth and
10th rounds on judge Max DeLuca s
card --- and the 10th was when he
had the point deducted. Robin Taylor
gave Jennings the third, sixth and sev-
enth. Steve Weisfeld saw the third,
sixth and ninth in Jennings favour.
Olympic Committee President
Thomas Bach s visit to India will
boost the profile of Olympic sports
in the country regardless of
whether it bids for the Games,
according to a local official.
Olympic Council of Asia secre-
tary-general Randhir Singh made
the comments ahead of Bach s
arrival late yesterday and planned
meeting on Monday with Prime
Minister Narendra Modi amid spec-
ulation that India may want to host
the Olympics in 2024.
"We ve been hearing about the
government being keen to bid for
the Games but I think we have to
wait and see how things go," Rand-
hir told The Associated Press on
India s chances of landing the
hosting rights are considered slim
because Rome, Boston and Ham-
burg are already declared candidates
for 2024 and a host of other cities
including Paris are expected to join
"There is also the chance that
India bids later. But the very fact
that the IOC president and our
prime minister are meeting, brings
Olympic sports into focus," said
Randhir, who is also an IOC mem-
"There are likely to be some
Memorandums of Understanding
signed and we could see the
National Institute of Sports in
Patiala made into a high-perfor-
mance center, which again will be
good for us," he added.
India has been trying to change
its image as a one-sport country
in recent years even though cricket
remains a national obsession.
The world s second most pop-
ulous country has only recently
started winning medals at the
Olympics with its greatest haul of
six medals coming at London in
2012, but did not include a single
OCA secretary says Bach visit is
Boost for Indian sports
Klitschko outpoints Jennings
to defend heavyweight titles
Petro Poroshenko, left, President of Ukraine, and International Olympic
Committee (IOC) president German Thomas Bach, right, pose for a
photograph next to the statue of IOC founder baron Pierre de
Coubertin, during a visit at the Olympic Museum in Lausanne,
Switzerland on April 21, 2015. AP PHOTO
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