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Guardian www.guardian.co.tt Wednesday, September 2, 2015
The public is hereby notified that
Lutchmeesingh's Transport Contractors Ltd.,
proposes to apply to the Environmental Management
Authority (EMA) for a variation in accordance with the
Noise Pollution Control Rules 2001 for the Event/Activity
Date of Event/Activity:
August 31st 2015 to August 31st 2016
inclusive of Sundays.
Name and Description of Event/Activity:
Earthworks including Backfilling and Embankments,
Drainage Works, River Channel Works, Piling
(use of Crane), Shoring, Sheet Piling, Concrete
Works and Road Works.
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B1/22 Naparima Mayaro Road
Duration of Event/Activity:
Twelve (12) months
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The public is invited to submit comments within 5 working
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REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS
SUPPLY AND INSTALLATION OF A
1000 KVA STANDBY GENERATOR
AT PTSC POS
The Public Transport Service Corporation (PTSC) is seeking Proposals from suitably qualified
firms to Supply and Install a 1000 KVA Standby Generator at PTSC POS.
Packages may, on payment of a non-refundable fee of $500.00 be collected during the hours
of 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. from the Office of the Corporate Secretary located at our Head
Office at Railway Buildings, South Quay, Port of Spain.
Proposals must be accompanied by 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 stipulated closing date.
Proposals must be enclosed in a sealed envelope and addressed to the Corporate Secretary,
Public Transport Service Corporation, Railway Buildings, South Quay, Port of Spain and
and deposited into the labelled
tender box so provided on the Ground Floor of PTSC's Head Office, Railway Buildings, #
60 South Quay, Port of Spain.
The deadline for submitting sealed proposals is 3:00 P.M. on SEPTEMBER 4TH 2015. Proposals
submitted after the deadline specified will not be accepted and will be returned unopened.
The PTSC does not bind itself to accept the lowest or any proposal.
Ashwin took four wickets
yesterday to propel India to
its first test series win in Sri
Lanka in 22 years, defeating
the hosts by 117 runs in the
Chasing 386 to win Sri
Lanka slumped to 107 for five
in its second innings but cap-
tain Angelo Mathews scored
a fighting 110 and shared 135
runs for the sixth wicket with
Kusal Perera (70), giving Sri
Lanka a chance to save the
But Perera s dismissal short-
ly before tea exposed the tail
and the hosts lost their
remaining wickets in five overs
after the break.
Fast bowler Ishant Sharma
took the three important wick-
ets of Upul Tharanga (0),
Dinesh Chandimal (18) and
Mathews in the second innings
and collected eight wickets in
India hadn t won a test
series in Sri Lanka since 1993
under captain Mohammad
Sri Lanka won the first test
in Galle by 63 runs and India
won the second match by 278
India captain Virat Kohli said
that at no stage during the big
partnership did he think that
the match was slipping away.
"In test cricket on a fifth
day even if you get a 100-run
India in historic win over Sri Lanka
India's captain Virat Kohli holds as he as he walks
off the pitch after India defeated Sri Lanka in their
third test cricket match in Colombo, Sri Lanka,
yesterday. AP PHOTO
Sri Lanka vs India
India 1st Inns: 312
Sri Lanka 1st Inns: 201
India 2nd Inns 274
Sri Lanka 2nd Inns (o/n 67-3)
Upul Tharanga c Ojha b Sharma
Kaushal Silva c Pujara b Yadav
Dimuth Karunaratne c Ojha b Yadav 0
Dinesh Chandimal c Kohli b Sharma 18
Angelo Mathews lbw b Sharma 110
Lahiru Thirimanne c Rahul b Ashwin 12
Kusal Perera c R.Sharma b Ashwin 70
Rangana Herath lbw b Ashwin
Tharindu Kaushal not out
Dhammika Prasad c Binny b Ashwin 6
Nuwan Pradeep lbw b Mishra
Extras: (4b, 2lb, 7nb)
Fall of wickets: 1-1, 2-2, 3-21, 4-74, 5-107,
6-242, 7-249, 8-257, 9-263, 10-268.
Bowling: Ishant Sharma 19-5-32-3 (4nb),
Umesh Yadav 15-3-65-2, Stuart Binny 13-
3-49-0, Amit Mishra 18-1-47-1 (3nb),
Ravichandran Ashwin 20-2-69-4.
partnership you will have that
one opportunity to get someone
out and you have to make sure
you grab that," Kohli said. "It
was a case of concentrating
more in that situation."
Sri Lanka captain Angelo
Mathews said poor batting
caused his team s downfall.
"On this wicket we had our
chances to win. If not for the
collapse in the top order, we
could have won the game.
Unfortunately we didn t. We ll
try to rectify those mistakes in
the future,"he said.
India s Cheteshwar Pujara,
who carried his bat through the
first innings for an unbeaten 145
in his comeback test match, was
named player of the match.
Ashwin, who bagged 21
wickets in the three tests, was
adjudged player of the series.
Sri Lanka lost their first three
wickets for 21 runs on the fourth
evening leaving Mathews and
Kaushal Silva to rebuild the
Sri Lanka started the fifth
day at 67-3. Silva was the first
to be dismissed, caught by
Pujara off seamer Umesh Yadav
for 27, ending a 53-run stand
for the fourth wicket with
Lahiru Thirmanne (12) was
caught by Lokesh Rahul off
spinner Ashwin, reducing Sri
Lanka to 107-5.
Thirimanne s dismissal
brought Mathews and Perera
together and the pair brought
up their partnership off 233
Perera made half centuries
in each innings of his maiden
test with 55 in the first innings.
He lost concentration shortly
before the tea break and was
caught trying to reverse-sweep
India took the second new
ball in the first over after tea
and Sharma immediately dis-
missed Mathews after a 328-
minute vigil, facing 240 deliv-
eries and hitting 13 boundaries.
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