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SAN JUAN/LAVENTILLE REGIONAL CORPORATION
Tenders are invited from ALL CONTRACTORS for works under the DEVELOPMENT
PROGRAMME 2013/2014, for the following project under the Local Roads and Bridges
Quarry Drive, Champ Fleurs-Construction of reinforced concrete
retaining wall 40m x .3m x 3m with steps 10m x 1.8m
Tender packages can be obtained from the Tenders Department located at the ground floor, of the
Administrative Department of the MTS Plaza, Aranguez Main Road San Juan from Wednesday
28th May 2014. Upon presenting the pink deposit slip showing that a Non Refundable Tender
Deposit of One Hundred Dollars ($100.00), (cash deposit only) has been paid.
The deposit slip can be obtained from the Accounts Department, the tenderer must then go to First
Citizens Bank San Juan to make the deposit.
Prospective tenderers or their representatives must attend a Pre-Tender Meeting in the
Council Chambers, located on the ground floor at the Administrative Department of the MTS
Plaza, Aranguez Main Road San Juan on Tuesday 27th May 2014 at 10:00am followed by a
Site Visit so as to ascertain the nature of the works to be executed.
Further information relating to the project can be obtained from Mr. Fyzool Ali, Road Officer
III at 638-7391 Ext 134 or the Tenders Department at 674-5843.
Envelopes must be deposited in the designated tender box located in the lobby of the
Administrative Office, San Juan Laventille Regional Corporation, MTS Plaza no later than
MONDAY 16TH JUNE, 2014 AT 4:00PM
Tenders would be opened publicly on TUESDAY 17TH JUNE 2014 at 9:00 AM and the tenderer
or his representative may be present at this opening.
Late tenders would not be accepted under any circumstances and the Corporation does not bind
itself to accept the lowest or any other tender.
The San Juan/Laventille Regional Corporation reserves the right to cancel the tendering
process in its entirety, without defraying any cost incurred by any firm in submitting their
CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER
SAN JUAN/LAVENTILLE REGIONAL CORPORATION
Sarwar Imran has been appointed
Bangladesh s assistant coach for the India
series next month. Since the newly-
appointed head coach Chandika Hathu-
rusingha is supposed to arrive on June 10,
Imran will be in charge of the 23-member
training camp that begins on May 26.
The three-match ODI series begins on
June 15, which would give Hathurusingha
very little time to get acquainted with the
team. Imran is expected to help him out in
that regard. Akram Khan, the BCB cricket
operations committee chairman, did not
give a timeframe for Imran s appointment.
"We have appointed Imran bhai as assis-
tant coach for the upcoming India series,"
Akram said. "Since Hathurusingha arrives
on June 10, Imran bhai will begin the training
ICC chief executive David Richardson has said
the ongoing investigation into corruption in cricket,
centring on the testimonies of Lou Vincent and
Brendon McCullum, will be completed in a matter
of weeks, with Chris Cairns travelling to London
to be interviewed by
police and possibly the
ICC s anti-corruption
and security unit.
"We are at the end of
the investigation. It is
close to being finalised
and I m sure Chris
Cairns will be spoken to
and given an opportu-
nity to put his side of
the story," Richardson
told Radio Sport.
"Although part of it
does involve a police
investigation in the UK,
which I can t really
vouch for as to when
that will be finalised, but
certainly from our perspective the investigations are
close to finality and hopefully we should be making
announcements pretty soon."
Cairns lawyer, Aaron Lloyd, told the New Zealand
Herald that the former allrounder was flying to Eng-
land on Saturday.
"Chris Cairns is meeting with the Met police to
conclude the interview he started and is also hoping
to meet with the ICC anti-corruption unit," Lloyd
In April, Cairns had confirmed he met with Scot-
land Yard investigators but refused to divulge the
reasons for the meeting.
After it emerged that McCullum and Vincent, in
their testimonies to the ACSU, said a Player X had
approached them with offers to fix games, Cairns
issued a statement denying all allegations relating to
the case. (ESPNcricinfo)
to London for
from tomorrow. He has been Bangladesh s coach
previously. He will be with the team till the India
series, and then we will take it from there. "
Imran, a highly-respected figure in Bangladesh
cricket, was coach of the last two Dhaka Premier
League champions, Victoria Sporting Club and Gazi
Tank Cricketers, while also having had multiple stints
with the national team previously.
He was Bangladesh coach in 2000 when the team
played its inaugural Test match, after Eddie Barlow
fell ill. Later he was in charge during a tri-series
between Bangladesh, India and South Africa and a
two-match Test series against South Africa in 2003,
after which Dav Whatmore took over. Imran was
also Bangladesh s bowling coach on various occa-
Akram said the hunt for the bowling and fielding
coach was progressing well. "We have lined up a few
coaches, and we are still in discussion with them.
Hopefully we will finalise someone soon," Akram
Sarwar Imran named
Bangladesh assistant coach
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