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Malaysia bans hit song
'Despacito' over raunchy lyrics
Malaysia has banned
Luis Fonsi's song
"Despacito" on state
radio and television,
though it might be
hard to slow the song's
The ban applies only to
government-run radio and
TV outlets, not to private
stations or YouTube or the
music streaming services
fuelling the song's success.
ister Salleh Said Keruak
said the song had been
reviewed and banned be-
cause of a public complaint
that the lyrics are obscene.
He urged private radio
stations to censor the song
themselves out of sensitiv-
ity to local culture.
Islamic party Amanah
earlier denounced the song
and called for it to be kept
off Malaysia's airwaves as
many young children were
singing it without under-
standing the words.
"We respect the right to
be entertained but there
should be clearer guide-
lines so that the entertain-
ment does not spoil people
but makes them better,"
party official Atriza Umar
told The Star newspaper.
song, whose title means
, was released by
Puerto Rican artists Fonsi
and Daddy Yankee in Jan-
When the record was
announced earlier this
week, Fonsi credited
streaming for helping his
music reach every corner
of the planet.
JOBS ON THE SPOT
Applicants wait in line to enter a job fair, yesterday, at an Amazon fulfillment center, in Kent,
Washington. Amazon planned to hire thousands of people on the spot. Nearly 40,000 of the 50,000
packing, sorting and shipping jobs at Amazon will be full time. Most of them will count toward Amazon's
previously announced goal of adding 100,000 full-time workers by the middle of next year. AP PHOTO
LANA CHUNILAL - CHL2010091
Attorney at Law
29 Ramsaran Street,
TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO
THE REPUBLIC OF TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO:
IN THE HIGH COURT OF JUSTICE
Application 40 of 2008.
IN THE MATTER OF THE
REAL PROPERTY ACT CHAPTER 56:02
IN THE MATTER OF AN APPLICATION OF
OF NO. 60 BASANTA TRACE,
OFF ST. JOHN ROAD, ST. AUGUSTINE
IN THE ISLAND OF TRINIDAD.
TITLE TO LAND BY ADVERSE POSSESSION
NOTICE is hereby given that an application has been
made by JEAN THEROULDE to have the parcel of
land described in the Schedule hereunder brought
under the provisions of the Real Property Act Chap-
ter 56:02 and the Judge of the High Court dealing
with the said application has ordered that notice of
the said application be once per week for four (4)
consecutive weeks in at least two (2) daily newspa-
per of general circulation in Trinidad and Tobago and
if no caveat is lodged within three months of the date
may ring the subject parcel of land under the provi-
sions of the Real Property Act.
THE SCHEDULE HEREINABOVE REFERRED TO:
All that parcel of land situate at L.P. 60 Basanta Trace,
off St. John Road, St. Augustine, in the Ward of Ta-
carigua, in the Island of Trinidad comprising ZERO
POINT THREE NINE EIGHT SEVEN HECTARES
(0.3987ha) more or less and bounded on the North
by a path 3.0 metres wide leading to Basanta Trace
4.92 metres wide on the South by lands occupied by
Diana Alvarez and by lands of the State occupied by
Clunis Theroulde on the East by Lands of the State
occupied by Clunis Theroulde, by a path 3.0 metres
wide leading to Basanta Trace 4.92 metres wide and
Lands occupied by Diana Alvarez and on the West
by an abandoned Access Road now occupied by
Dated this 30th day of June, 2017.
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