Doubles vendor chopped to death

Dou­bles ven­dor Dha­roop Jages­sar was chopped to death on Tues­day morn­ing at his dou­bles shed at Chase Vil­lage, Ch­agua­nas.

Ac­cord­ing to a po­lice re­port, at about 4.30 am a man con­front­ed Jages­sar in­side his busi­ness place, Cen­tral Dou­bles Fac­to­ry, and dealt him sev­er­al chops about the body. The 66-year-old busi­ness­man died on the scene.

Doubles vendor hospitalised after attack by four men

A Sangre Grande doubles vendor is now warded at hospital in a critical condition, after being attacked by four men.

Police said around 5:15 am on Sunday, Avinash Singh was selling doubles at the open shops at the corner of the Cunapo Southern Main Road and Eastern Main Road, Sangre Grande, when four men arrived to purchase doubles.

The men ordered doubles, however, while Singh was attending to other customers.

An argument soon broke out between him and the four men who eventually stormed the man's booth and began beating him.

Doubles and Pholourie better than Caribbean beaches

Trinidad and Tobago has appeared twice on a list rating foods in the region that are better than the beaches.

In an article posted on Huffingtonpost called "11 Caribbean foods which are better than the beaches",

Doubles and Pholourie were listed as numbers six and nine respectively.

The article noted that "doubles, a curried chickpea, fry bread sandwich is the breakfast of champions. (Or lunch of champions. Or dinner. Or late-night snack.)

It's enjoyed all times of the day in Trinidad and Tobago".