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I that an application has been made by
Murath Bahadoorsingh and Camini Bahadoorsingh-Sankar to have the
parcel of land described in the Schedule hereunder brought under the
provisions of the Real Property Act and that the judge of the High Court
of Justice dealing with the said application has ordered that notice of the
said application be advertised once per Week for four consecutive weeks in
two daily newspapers of general circulation in Trinidad and Tobago and
that if no caveat be lodged at the office of the Registrar General within
three months of the date of the first of such advertisement the parcel of
land be brought under the provisions of the Real Property Act.
that piece or parcel of land situate in the Ward of
Tacarigua in the Island of Trinidad and known as No. 19, Riverside Road,
(1267.1 m2) be the same more
or less and bounded on the North partly by lands of Hamilton Goberdhan
and partly by lands of Edward Goberdhan on the South partly by Lands of
Patty Randol and partly by lands of Rasheeda Mondol on the East by
Riverside Road and on the West by Frederick Street.
BERLIN---An own goal was enough
for Hertha Berlin to reclaim fourth
place in the Bundesliga with a 1-0
home win yesterday over Hoffenheim
that left the visiting side bottom.
"For a coach, 1-0 is always nice, but
it s not so nice for the spectators,"
Hertha coach Pal Dardai said.
As at all the weekend s Bundesliga
games, a minute s silence was held for
victims of the Paris attacks, while a
French flag was displayed in tribute.
Heavy snowfall forced the game s
first change in the 14th minute when
the white ball was switched for a red
On a snow-covered pitch, Hertha
scored on the half-hour mark when
Eugen Polanski s attempted clearance
from Marvin Plattenhardt s free kick
ended up going in off the post. The
goal-line technology confirmed that
the ball had crossed before Hoffenheim
goalkeeper Oliver Baumann scooped it
Eduardo Vargas came closest for Hof-
fenheim when he headed wide from a
corner late on.
"It was a very difficult game," Dardai
said of the weather. "There were few
goal chances, one goal."
Security measures were increased for
the match following the attacks in Paris
and the cancellation of Germany s
friendly game with the Netherlands in
Hannover on Tuesday.
"It s a special matchday," Hertha
president Werner Gegenbauer. "A
matchday on which we all want to and
will show compassion and sadness, but
also courage, strength and confidence."
Later Sunday, Ingolstadt came from
behind to defeat fellow promoted side
Darmstadt 3-1 and climb to eighth.
Darmstadt captain Aytac Sulu headed
the visitors in front from a corner in
the ninth minute but Ingolstadt turned
the game around with two goals in as
Robert Bauer equalised with a bril-
liant strike in off the underside of the
crossbar in the 58th, before Moritz
Hartmann scored a penalty after Junior
Diaz brought down Pascal Gross.
Hartmann sealed the result in the
88th with a diving header to Alfredo
Kickoff had been delayed by ten min-
utes due to the increased security meas-
ures. (FULL STANDINGS ON PAGE 63)
PARIS---Standing in the middle of the
field, a teenage girl sang France s
national anthem as fans held French
flags and joined in a heartfelt rendition
of La Marseillaise before Caen s game
against Angers yesterday.
The French league resumed this week-
end in the wake of last week s attacks
in Paris, where 130 people died, and
fans paid their respects from Normandy
to Brittany and all the way down to
"I ve never experienced a minute s
silence such as this," Angers coach
Stephane Moulin said. "When you feel
such solidarity, it s something huge."
There were no away fans at any games
this weekend, so as not to stretch the
nation s police forces any further.
The matches themselves had little
resonance, but Caen moved back up to
third place after drawing 0-0, while
Angers sits in fifth place. Both are way
behind runaway leader Paris Saint-Ger-
main, which played Saturday.
Bastia hosted Gazelec Ajaacio in the
Corsican derby at Stade Armand Cesari.
A banner spread on the pitch read
"Ripusate in Pace" (Rest in Peace). The
national anthem was followed by a
minute s applause as balloons were
"It gave me goose-bumps," Gazelec
coach Thierry Laurey said.
Before the 2002 French Cup final,
some Bastia fans whistled the national
anthem at Stade de France. On Sunday,
one group of supporters---Bastia 1905---
only entered the stadium after it was
Bastia took an early lead through
Brazilian striker Brandao, but Gazelec
earned a valuable 2-1 win thanks to
Cameroon forward Jacques Zoua s
penalty and strike partner Khalid
Boutaib s second-half goal.
In chilly Brittany, dozens of children
dressed either all in blue, white or red
formed a human French flag in the cen-
ter circle moments before the match
between Rennes and Bordeaux.
Bordeaux coach Willy Sagnol looked
close to tears as he shut his eyes tightly
during the minute s silence at the
Roazhon Park stadium, where the
national anthem was heartily sung
The peaceful mood was ruined when
Bordeaux players reacted furiously after
referee Sebastien Moreira awarded a
penalty in the fourth minute of injury
time. Replays showed that Bordeaux
midfielder Clement Chantome had
blocked a cross with his arm, but the
visitors bench reacted strongly.
Sagnol had to push away his own
players and several other staff members
restrained defender Nicolas Pallois as
he tried to confront Moreira.
Striker Giovanni Sio s spot kick was
saved by Cedric Carrasso, meaning
Rennes has missed all four penalties this
season, and the score finished 2-2.
Bordeaux twice came from behind,
with striker Enzo Crivelli cancelling out
18-year-old Ousmane Demebele s early
goal, and defender Diego Contento reply-
ing late in the second half shortly after
Poland forward Kamil Grosicki had made
Outside of France, the attacks were
remembered as far away as Mexico.
Before the match between Tigres and
Cruz Azul In Mexico, fans held up yellow
placards---the colours of Tigres---with
the Eiffel Tower printed on them and
observed a minute s silence. Then, the
stadium loudspeakers played late French
singer Edith Piaf s best-loved song: "La
Vie en Rose."
In a remarkable gesture, Hamilton
Academical wore the French national
team jersey for their Scottish Premier
League match against Aberdeen. (AP)
Berlin's Fabian Lustenberger, left and Hoffenheim's Kevin Volland challenge for the ball during the German
Bundesliga soccer match between Hertha BSC Berlin and TSG 1899 Hoffenheim in the Olympic Stadium in
Berlin, Germany, yesterday. AP PHOTO
Hertha reclaims fourth in Bundesliga
Fans continue to pay respects
to victims of Paris attacks
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