One remanded for Corentyne carpenter’s murder

first_imgFollowing a spate of murders in East Berbice, Region Six, over the last four weeks, a young man was on Wednesday remanded, bringing the total of those remanded for the recent murders in the region to four.Between December 16, and January 14, seven robberies were recorded in the region.On Wednesday, Magistrate Alex Moore remanded a Corentyne man for the January 11th murder of a carpenter.Gavindra Shivpersaud, also called ‘Two Feet,’ of Fyrish Village, Corentyne, wasDead: Navindradat Bhawannot required to plead to the indictable charge, which was read to him by Magistrate Moore at the Number 51 Village Magistrate’s Court.It is alleged that on January 11, 2019, at Number 70 Village, he murdered Navindradat Bhawan, also called ‘Altaf’, 21, of Lot 54 Number 70 Village.Shivpersaud stood emotionless in the dock when the charge was read to him. The case will continue on February 21 at the Springlands Magistrate’s Court.Bhawan’s body was found at about 14:00h on January 11, 2019 face down on the roadway at Number 70 Village. He was taken to the Skeldon Hospital where he was pronounced dead on arrival.Reports are the man was allegedly beaten after he went away with a $5000 bill the accused had given him to purchase a bottle of rum. This newspaper understandsRemanded:Gavindra Shivpersaudthat two persons were arrested in connection with the murder. However, the accused reportedly confessed that he had lashed the carpenter but did not know if he had died.Meanwhile, the dead man’s uncle, Mohamed Safraz Noordeen, said the family is still awaiting the release of the body to have it buried.“The doctor tell me that until they get the registration they cannot release my nephew. I don’t know how long my nephew is going to be there before he is buried, because we don’t know how long it gon take to get the registration,” h disclosed.This publication understands that authorities are waiting the toxicology report, since the autopsy was inconclusive.last_img read more

Robben retires after Dutch World Cup failure

first_img0Shares0000Arjen Robben has retired from international football after 14 years with the Netherlands.PHOTO/Sky SportsLONDON, United Kingdom, Oct 11 – Arjen Robben announced his retirement from the Netherlands after his two goals against Sweden were not enough for the Dutch to qualify for the World Cup.The former Chelsea and Real Madrid winger, 33, steered his side to a 2-0 win against Sweden on Tuesday in what proved to be his final international appearance as they missed out on a play-off place. The Netherlands needed to win by seven goals to have the chance to reach next year’s World Cup in Russia.“I wanted to show one more time all the things that I can do,” Robben said after the game.Robben scored 37 times in 96 appearances for the Netherlands and was part of a talented generation that reached the 2010 World Cup final where they lost 1-0 to Spain after extra-time.The Dutch also progressed to the last four at the 2014 finals before losing to Argentina on penalties.“Fourteen years, it’s beautiful, magnificent even,” said Robben, who made his international debut against Portugal in April 2003.“I will always remember the 2010 World Cup and 2014. Those are my best memories. During those two competitions we formed a real team.”Robben, who has had plenty of injury problems over the years, was quoted by as saying: “The man of glass has lasted the longest.”The Bayern Munich midfielder added: “I’ve been thinking about it (international retirement) for a long time.“I have already considered it for a while, but then I went on. I wanted to finish this qualification.“I’m 33 years old now. I’m playing at a top club in Europe and I want to concentrate on it now. It’s also a good time to hand over the baton.“I still feel very good and want to be at the top as long as possible.”0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)last_img read more