Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley today hosted a Divali Luncheon at the Diplomatic Centre, for members of the Hindu community.
The Office of the Prime Minister released these photos of today's event.
The photo above shows Dr Rowley engaging with the Secretary General of the Sanatan Dharma Maha Sabha, Mr. Sat Maharaj.
Dr Rowley addresses attendees at the Divali Luncheon.
The Congress of the People says it is okay with Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley going on vacation.
The party is, however, taking issue with Dr Rowley's decision to seek medical attention out of the country.
The Prime Minister leaves on Thursday for Los Angeles.
The following is the COP's statement on the issue:
A Jamaican Delegation is expected to visit T&T in the coming weeks to continue talks aimed at resolving the strained relationship between the Caricom super powers.
Trinidad's Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley and a delegation is on a five-day official visit to Kingston for bi-lateral talks aimed at the easing the strained relationship between the two countries.
Tabaquite MP Dr Suruj Rambachan is slamming the prime minister over what he has described as disgraceful “vomit” language.
In a statement on his Facebook page, Dr Rambachan says Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley is seeking to defend the purchase of a Mercedes Benz at a time when the people of the nation are being asked to make sacrifices.
The former government minister says it is clear to him that Dr Rowley and the PNM intend to have "a good time at the cost of the woes of the poor and downtrodden".
Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley’s recent rift with the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) has left uncertainty surrounding the staging of the third Test match against India at the Queen’s Park Oval.
The Indians are carded to tour the West Indies from July 14 to August 11 for a series of four Tests with the third scheduled for T&T from July 28 to August 1.
However, officials at the WICB believe that Dr Rowley’s recent calls for the dissolution of the organistion, could signal that his government will not be supporting the Test being played in Trinidad.
Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley has met with top BPTT officials where they discusses, among other things, the state of the economy.
A statement by the Office of the Prime Minister says both parties remain committed to working together on the challenges facing the energy sector.
The following is the statement from the Office of the Prime Minister: