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THE PHARMACEUTICAL SOCIETY
OF TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO
Address: TT Post, Box 958, Couva
September 1, 2015
Notice is hereby given that the adjourned Annual
General Meeting of the Pharmaceutical Society of the
Pharmaceutical Society of Trinidad & Tobago will be
held on Sunday September 13, 2015 at the
Amphitheatre C, Eric Williams Medical Sciences
Complex at 2.00pm.
1. Opening Prayer
2. Chairman's Opening Remarks
3. Reading & Confirmation of the Minutes of the
4. Business Arising out of the Minutes
5. New Business
6. Secretary's Report
7. Treasurer's Report
8. Adoption of Resolutions
9. General Elections
10. Installation of Officers
11. Any other Business
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Friday 18th September, 2015.
The Management of Teachers Credit
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offices will close at 11:30 a.m. on
Friday 18th September, 2015.
Operations will resume at normal
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Any inconvenience caused is regretted.
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MILAN---Mario Balotelli is expected
to make his second AC Milan debut
on Sunday, adding extra spice to what
is already set to be a heated derby
match against Inter Milan.
Elsewhere, Juventus is still looking
for its first points after its worst start
to a Serie A season and it welcomes
surprise frontrunner Chievo Verona
tomorrow. Balotelli returned to his boy-
hood club on loan last month, just a
year after joining Liverpool from Milan
for £16 million (then $26.5 million).
The 25-year-old appeared to realise
it was his last chance to redeem himself,
especially following a poor season in
which he scored just one goal in 16
Premier League appearances and lost
his spot in the Italy squad.
However, it didn t take long for
Balotelli to make headlines off the pitch
as he had his driving license suspended
for speeding last week.
Milan, which has imposed a code of
ethics on the forward, decided not to
Balotelli will be eager to prove his
doubters wrong and he can take a sig-
nificant step toward that by scoring in
the derby against Inter---the team at
which he started his Serie A career,
before moving to Manchester City in
"He is very important for us. Mario
is a great player who has come to give
us an important hand," said Milan for-
ward Luiz Adriano, who recently signed
from Shakhtar Donetsk.
"The team needs everyone and he
will help us a lot."
Milan beat Empoli 2-1 after losing
its first game at Fiorentina, while Inter
got off to a flying start and won its
opening two matches---albeit against
Atalanta and Carpi.
It sits third, behind Chievo and Tori-
no, which visits Hellas Verona on Sun-
day. Sassuolo and Palermo are the other
two teams to have won their opening
matches and they host Atalanta and
It s top against bottom this weekend
as Juventus welcomes Chievo Verona,
although unusually it s not the four-
time defending champion which is lead-
ing the way.
Juventus has lost its opening two
Serie A matches for the first time and
most put that down to the number of
new players needing to settle in after
a summer of change in Turin.
"There are two different discussions,"
said Hernanes, who joined from Inter
in the summer.
"If we re talking about the level we
play at, then it could take some time
to know each other and do things by
"However, in terms of the results,
there are no excuses and we have to
start picking up three points."
Chievo has had a stunning start to
the season and won 4-0 against---seen
as a dark horse for the title---last round.
MADRID---Barcelona and Atleti-
co Madrid get to test their
strength in the first big match of
the season in the Spanish league
A victory at Vicente Calderon
Stadium can provide a hint about
Barcelona s chances of retaining
the title, or show Atletico has what
it takes to contend for another tro-
phy. The league s last two cham-
pions have been perfect so far, with
two wins in two matches.
"Every player wants to be in a
match like this. It s going to be an
incredible atmosphere at the
Calderon," Atletico Madrid left
back Filipe Luis said. "Barcelona
is always a favourite to win every
match, but we have the advantage
of playing at home."
Atletico opened its quest for its
second league title in three years
with a 1-0 win over newcomer Las
Palmas and a convincing 3-0 vic-
tory at Sevilla, while Barcelona
managed 1-0 victories at Athletic
Bilbao and against Malaga.
Although Real Madrid remains
Barcelona s main opponent, the
rivalry against Atletico has gained
increased significance following
high-profile encounters in the last
few years, including in the Cham-
pions League and Copa del Rey.
Barcelona has won four matches
in a row coming into Saturday s
encounter, though, including the
decisive league match last season
at the Calderon.
Here are some other things to
watch for this weekend in the
Madrid s momentum: Real
Madrid will be in Barcelona for
the third round, but playing against
Espanyol instead of longtime rival
Madrid will be trying to win its
second in a row after opening the
season with a disappointing draw
at Sporting Gijon, and Cristiano
Ronaldo will be looking to score
his first goal after coming close in
the first two matches.
Ronaldo has downplayed the
goal drought but grew visibly frus-
trated after every miss in the team s
5-0 rout of Real Betis at Santiago
Left back Marcelo should have
high hopes of finding the net at
the Cornella-El Prat Stadium,
where he scored three times in his
last seven matches there with Real
Madrid. It s the away stadium
where he has scored the most in
his career with Madrid.
Real Madrid will have to play
Saturday s match without James
Rodriguez and Danilo. Rodriguez,
who scored twice in the victory
against Real Betis two weeks ago,
tore a left thigh muscle while play-
ing with Colombia during the
international break. Danilo returned
from his call-up for Brazil with a
broken bone in his right foot.
Balotelli set for Milan debut
in derby at old club Inter
FC Barcelona's Luis Suarez, from Uruguay,
centre kicks the ball against Malaga's
Marcos Angeleri, right, during a Spanish La
Liga soccer match at the Camp Nou stadium
in Barcelona, Spain, tomorrow. AP PHOTO
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