We share the grief of the families

Tuesday, January 29th 2008

Dear Editor,

It was with great distress and sadness that we learned of the "brutal and cold blooded" murder that took the lives of eleven innocent people including five children, all residents of Lusignan and left so many families and citizens in a state of shock. Loss of life is always tragic, but when the lives lost were those of innocent children and their parents and the ...

 
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Blatant attack on human freedom

Tuesday, February 19, 2008

I AM deeply shocked and grieved to hear the sad news about the merciless killing of twelve people who were members of Law Enforcement and civilians in Guyana. This massacre was in its worst form for the second time in less than a month. It is a blatant attack on human freedom of the citizens of Guyana. It is certainly anti-human.

I am shocked and outraged by the ...

 
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New Jersey Arya Samaj speaks out against crime wave in Guyana

The Arya Samaj Inc. Humanitarian Mission New Jersey and Guyana Chapters condemned the February 17 attack on Bartica.

In a press release issued from the United States of America, head of the association, Pandit Suresh Sugrim, stated, “We are shocked and outraged by the brutal slaughter of innocent lives once again in Guyana. This massacre was in its worst form for the second time in less than a month.

“It is ...

 
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Interfaith Service in U.S. for slaughtered Guyanese

Monday, March 03, 2008

GUYANESE living in the United States, Canada and the United Kingdom have expressed anger and bitterness at the recent massacres at Lusignan on the East Coast Demerara and at Bartica , a mining town on the Essequibo river in which innocent men, women and children were ruthlessly murdered.

To give vent to their feeling and out of concern for the security of the State and safety of Guyanese, leaders ...

 
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Interfaith Prayer

Monday, March 10, 2008

EAST ORANGE, NEW JERSEY, U.S.A. - Some overseas-based Guyanese offered prayers for their homeland at an Inter-Faith Prayer Service which was held on Saturday at the Calvary Roseville United Methodist Church, 400 Main Street, East Orange, New Jersey, recently.

Pandit Suresh Sugrim who organized the event said it was well attended. “We could have felt the peace within our hearts as we lifted our hands up in ...

 
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Arya Samaj assists heart surgery patient

March 17, 2008

WILLIAMSBURG, CORENTYNE - The New Jersey Arya Samaj, in collaboration with the Guyana Central Arya Samaj Humanitarian Mission, offered hope to a patient with a heart complication. According to Dr. Ramesh Sugrim, Head of the Guyana Central Arya Samaj Humanitarian Mission, seven-year-old Farziena Ali suffers from a heart condition called Tetralogy of Fallot and has to travel to India for surgery.

The child needs angiography, which must be followed ...

 
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Phagwah brings the human hearts together

Tuesday, March 18, 2008

On the ancient festival of Phagwah I would like to extend best wishes to all our sponsors, supporters, contributors, caregivers, our Hindu brothers and sisters, the Government and people of Guyana and to all our Guyanese friends around the world on behalf of the New Jersey Arya Samaj Mandir, Inc. Humanitarian Mission. May this important festival in our Hindu culture bring you and your family lots of joy, ...

 
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New Jersey Arya Samaj Mandir, Inc., / Guyana Central Arya Samaj Humanitarian Mission building house for needy family in Guyana

April 28, 2008

WILLIAMSBURG, CORENTYNE - The New Jersey Arya Samaj Mandir, Inc. Humanitarian Mission, through the Guyana Central Arya Samaj, is soon to commence construction of a home for a less fortunate family. Iris Latchman, of Rose Hall Town on the Corentyne, is now homeless. The shack she once called home crumbled to the ground last month on a windy day. “I knew it would have fallen and the day that ...

 
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