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SALE BY MORTGAGEE
OFFERS ARE INVITED FOR THE FOLLOWING
7 Acres 3 Roods 39 Perches freehold land situate at
Narangho Road, off Anglais Road, Cumana, Toco.
The property is being sold "as is" without any
responsibility of the vendor to provide statutory
approvals, surveying data or warranty on its suitabil-
ity for use for any purpose.
The properly is being sold subject to any existing ten-
ancies, occupancy or encroachments however creat-
ed or formed.
Telephone Nos. 662-4020/4286; Fax No. 662-0755
Officer #59 Ext. 5425
Send sealed bids to:
The Properties Officer
Sale No. 21/2013
#34 Southern Main Road, Curepe or
P.O. Box 72, Port-of-Spain
BIDS MUST FOLLOW THE GUIDELINES HEREIN GIVEN
TO ENSURE THAT THEY ARE DULY CONSIDERED
Bids must be received by 3.00 p.m. on 2013
No late bids will be accepted
Unsuitable bids will not be acknowledged
The mortgagee does not bind itself to accept the
highest or any offer. The property will be sold subject
to all rates, taxes and other outgoings that may be
due at the time of the sale.
TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO CIVIL AVIATION AUTHORITY
REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL No. 05/2013
For the Supply and Installation of One (1) Complete Aerodrome/Approach Simulator
The Trinidad and Tobago Civil Aviation Authority (TTCAA) invites sealed proposals for the
turnkey supply, installation and commissioning of one (1) complete computerised Aerodrome
Control simulator for use at the Civil Aviation Training Centre. Interested eligible companies
may obtain tender documents at the TTCAA Administrative Complex, Caroni North Bank
Road, Piarco upon payment of a Tender Collection Fee of TTD $650.00 payable via Linx
or Credit Card only from September 4 - 13, 2013, Monday to Friday between the hours of 9am
to 3pm. A mandatory pre-tender meeting and site visit will take place on
September 30, 2013 at the TTCAA New Administrative Complex, Caroni North
Bank Road, Piarco.
Completed tender documents in plain sealed envelopes, marked RFP No. 05/2013 -- For the
supply, installation and commissioning of One (1) complete Aerodrome/Approach Simulator
should be addressed to:
TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO CIVIL AVIATION AUTHORITY
CARONI NORTH BANK ROAD
and deposited in the Blue Tender Box(No. 2) at the TTCAA's main reception desk by
October 25, 2013 at 1:00 pm. Tenders will be opened in the Corporate Services
meeting room of the TTCAA Administration Building at 1:30 pm on the same day, in the
presence of tenderers representatives who choose to attend.
This procurement process is not intended to create and shall not create a formal legally
binding bidding process and shall instead be governed by the law applicable to direct
commercial negotiations. For greater clarity and without limitation:
1. The RFP/Tender shall not give rise to any "Contract A"-based tendering law duties or
any other legal obligations arising out of any process contract or collateral contract: and
2. Neither the Tenderer nor TTCAA shall have the right to make any breach of Contract,
tort or any other claims against the other with respect to the award of a contract, failure
to award contract or failure to honor a response to the RFP/Tender.
The TTCAA reserves the right to reject or accept any tender and is not bound
to give reasons for its decision. Late tenders will not be accepted.
Chairman, Tenders Committee
Trinidad and Tobago Civil Aviation Authority
LONDON---India will play five Test
matches in England next year for the
first time since 1959, with the crammed
series between two of cricket s leading
countries being held over just 42 days.
The England and Wales Cricket Board
announced yesterday that India s tour of
England will also include a five-match
One-Day series and a Twenty20 inter-
national, and will stretch from June 23
to September 8.
The seven-day gap from the end of
the third Test to the start of the fourth
will be the longest break between match-
"This will be the first time England
has hosted India in a five-Test series in
more than 50 years," ECB chief executive
David Collier said, "and the length of
the series reflects the iconic status which
contests between these two great crick-
eting nations now enjoy."
Nottingham, London (Lord s and The
Oval), Southampton and Manchester will
host the Tests.
The Ageas Bowl in Southampton must
pass a final facility inspection before
being confirmed as the host of the third
India lost 4-0 in its last Test series in
England, in 2011.
The tourists will play two three-day
matches against county teams Leices-
tershire and Derbyshire before the Test
series begins at Trent Bridge on July 9.
Sri Lanka will tour England earlier in
the summer, playing a T20 international
and five ODIs before Tests at Lord s and
Headingley, Leeds. (AP)
Zimbabwe s players have decided against boy-
cotting the Test series against Pakistan, easing some
of the uncertainty over whether the matches would
The players had been protesting against late pay-
ments, and had set Zimbabwe Cricket a deadline
yesterday to transfer the money to their accounts.
The players haven t received their dues yet but
Brendan Taylor, the captain, said they were willing
to "take the word of ZC that they will pay before
the second Test."
The only Zimbabwe player who has refused to play
the first Test, which starts today, is Sean Williams,
who decided he wouldn t take part unless he was
Wilfred Mukondiwa, the MD of Zimbabwe Cricket,
said the board was working with its bankers to ensure
players received their payments at the earliest.
Other than Williams, the only Zimbabwe player
to miss yesterday s training session was Taylor, who
was away on paternity leave.
He was expecting the birth of his son yesterday,
and Taylor had not yet decided whether he would
play the first Test.
Zimbabwe s players had aborted their training ses-
sion ahead of last Friday s ODI against Pakistan, and
there had been doubts over whether that game would
The players and their newly-formed union decided
against boycotting the ODI but the Test series was
in danger till today s decision.
The latest pay dispute first reared its head two
weeks ago, before the start of the Pakistan tour, when
the players formed a union and refused to train until
their demands were met.
This is not the first time salaries have caused prob-
lems in Zimbabwe cricket this year.
The players threatened a boycott before their April
series against Bangladesh in protest over what they
considered an unsatisfactory daily allowance for non-
centrally contracted players.
India to play five Tests in England in 2014 Zimbabwe players
agree to play first Test
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