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National Schools Dietary Services Limited (NSDSL)
School Nutrition Programme
INVITATION TO TENDER FOR
THE PROVISION AND DELIVERY
OF SCHOOL MEALS
The National Schools Dietary Services Limited (NSDSL), the state-owned company responsible
for the administration of the School Nutrition Programme (SNP), is inviting suitably qualified
and experienced caterers and/or catering establishments to tender for the provision and delivery
of breakfast and/or lunch meals to schools throughout Trinidad.
Application forms are available upon payment of a non refundable fee of $500.00 (cash or cheque
only) and can be collected at the NSDSL's Office located at #6 Newbold Street, St. Clair, Port of
Spain from Monday 15th to Friday 26th July 2013 between the hours of 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Payments can be made at any Republic Bank Limited; Account No.340005925502, Ellerslie Court
Branch. (Please make all cheques payable to "National Schools Dietary Services Limited".)
DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSION
Completed application forms and attachments must be submitted in an envelope marked:
CONFIDENTIAL-INVITATION TO TENDER FOR THE PROVISION OF SCHOOL
Address: The Chairman,
#6 Newbold Street,
Port of Spain.
Sealed envelopes are to be deposited in the box marked 'Tenders Box' located at the NSDSL's
Office, (#6 Newbold Street, St. Clair, Port of Spain), no later than Monday 5th August 2013
at 12:00 p.m.
Late submissions will NOT be considered.
For further clarification, please contact Mr. Paul Carrington or Mr. Abdullah Yaseen Khan at
622-2735/8435/4224 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
A Chaguanas woman, who
falsely accused her ex-boyfriend
of robbing and sexually assaulting
her, was yesterday fined $950 for
wasting police time.
Naya Sinanan, of Longdenville,
Chaguanas, pleaded guilty to the
charge when she appeared before
Magistrate Cheron Raphael in the
Port-of-Spain Third Court. The
maximum fine for the offence is a
$1,000 fine. In default of the fine,
Sinanan will serve three months
According to the evidence,
Sinanan made the false report to
officers of the Port-of-Spain CID
Sinanan reportedly told ASP
Ajith Persad and Cpl Sheldon Nar-
ine that the night before her ex-
boyfriend Glen Dickson kidnapped
her at a car park on Wrightson
Road in Port-of-Spain and took
her to Tyrico Bay where he assault-
ed her at gunpoint.
She also claimed that during the
incident, Dickson, of Eastern Quar-
ry, Laventille, robbed her of a cell-
phone and $400 cash.
After taking the report, Narine
conducted investigations and went
in search of Dickson. Dickson later
surrendered to Narine but claimed
he was innocent.
Sinanan was interviewed for a
second time and she provided a
statement which she confessed to
fabricating the story against Dick-
After pleading guilty yesterday,
Sinanan told Raphael that she
made up the story after he (Dick-
son) contacted her new companion
and informed him that he (Dickson)
was still romantically involved with
her. Court prosecutor Sgt Caren
Arthur noted that significant police
resources and time were used to
investigate the report which turned
out to be false. She asked Raphael
to impose on Sinanan a substantial
False report lands woman in $950 hot water
The Susamachar Presbyterian Church, Carib
Street, San Fernando, is expected to be packed with
members of the legal fraternity today for the funeral
service of Justice Wendell Kangaloo, who died last
Friday at the St Clair Medical Centre.
The service will take place at 1.30 pm.
Kangaloo, 57, who acted on many occasions as
Chief Justice, and was also the most senior Appeal
Court judge, was involved in a car accident on May
21 last year at Savannah Drive, Trincity.
Court protocol and information manager of the
judiciary Jones P Madeira said yesterday all judicial
officers and staff were invited to attend the funer-
al.He said both the Port-of-Spain and the San Fer-
nando High Courts would cease operations for half-
day today to give members of the judiciary ample
time to attend the funeral.
The judiciary has also been providing condolence
books to be signed by members of its staff, the legal
fraternity and the general public wishing to pay their
respects to Kangaloo.
These books, which are available until July 31, are
on the first floor of the Hall of Justice, Port-of-
Spain, and also at the Supreme Court locations in
San Fernando and Scarborough, Tobago, Madeira
Kangaloo was also the president of the Arima Race
He was admitted to the Bar in October 1984 and
was appointed a puisne judge in 1996, at 39, when
he was one of the youngest people to assume that
Attorney Marissa Bubb signs the condolence book at
the San Fernando High Court yesterday in honour of
the late Justice Wendell Kangaloo, whose portrait
hangs on the wall. PHOTO: RISHI RAGOONATH
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