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Champion batsman Brian Lara showed a dif-
ferent touch on Tuesday night, as he did an
excellent job in selling T&T as a tourist desti-
Lara was at the time delivering the feature
address at a function hosted by T&T's High Com-
missioner to India, Chandradath Singh, at his
residence at Maulsari Avenue, Western Greens,
Lara, in an impassioned plea, told the gathering,
which included diplomats, businesspeople and
other interest groups from India: "We are a very
small country of 1.3 million people, which can fit
into any little Indian village here. However, we
have produced a number of world-class citizens
and we are very proud of our achievements. We
have wonderful beaches, among other things, for
you to enjoy and you must come to our coun-
"Many of the people of my country have roots
from India, and when we see that so many tourists
are coming to our shores and just a little per-
centage from India, it is disappointing.
"You know, I must say shame on you, because
we are so closely linked, yet we are not seeing
you there, taking advantage of what our world-
class country has to offer."
When Lara's speech was over he was swarmed
by a number of Indians who all congratulated
him on an excellent delivery and promised to
come to T&T and to explore business opportunities
with the country as well.
Host Singh said functions like these were very
important in selling the country and he thought
marrying the cricket with T&T as a tourist des-
tination was a perfect mix.
With Indians cricket crazy, having the cricketers
on show at the function boosted its impact, as
many of the who's who in Delhi came to be part
of the evening.
The commissioner's compound was lined with
a number of advertising boards showcasing what
T&T had to offer and guests were all presented
with samples of Angostura Bitters. The work of
three artists was also on show and included the
work of the high commissioner's wife, Anita Chan-
dradath Singh, an artist herself.
Indian national, Prof Ravi Chaturvedi endorsed
what Lara said. In his address, he married cricket
Singh with a T&T
Red Force shirt
Lara woos India
business to T&T
and the Indo-West Indian connection.
He also spoke of the beauty and
warmth of the country and told his
fellow countrymen that once you hit
the shores of T&T, they would fall in
love with what is on offer. He said he
too had fallen in love with T&T and
had visited on five occasions.
Police are seeking to identify the skeletal
remains of an unknown person which have been
found in Longdenville.
The discovery was made on Wednesday around
2 pm by a man who was searching for bird seed
in a bushy area off Mt Moriah Road.
A yellow raincoat, a pair of blue slippers and
a pair of shorts were found near the remains.
Police supervised by Insp Don Gajadhar took
the bones to the Forensic Science Centre in St
James to be examined by a forensic pathologist
to try to determine the victim's cause of death
and his/her identity. Police said checks will be
also be made in the police missing persons register.
Investigators believe the remains had been there
for more than a year. Constable Maharaj is con-
Cops seek to
found in Longdenville
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