28 March 2015
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Ultimately the MMM will not take sanctions against the two outspoken members, former Education Minister Mr. Steven Obeegadoo and MP Mr Kavi Ramano. The leader of the MMM Mr. Paul Bérenger has decided to “let bygones be bygones”.
Friday, 13 March 2015 11:43

Unsettled scores

Those who were expecting that there would be a political truce prior to the official visit of Sri Narendra Modi, Prime Minister of India, to Mauritius, were wrong.
Friday, 06 March 2015 09:05

Political apoptosis

The embattled Mouvement Militant Mauricien (MMM) has lost two other MPs, Mr. Joe Lesjongard and Dr. Raffick Sorefan on Tuesday. These two resignations add up to that of the expulsion of the hot-headed MP Mr. Jean-Claude Barbier last week. 
She looked poised and composed when she made her entry in the hotel lounge where we met for the interview for News on Sunday. An established model,Jemina Luchmiah is talented and accomplished and her natural beauty and sultry personality comes out in her pictures. We caught up with Jemina, in between her educational courses and professional assignments to talk about her whirlwind trip in modeling.  
Friday, 20 February 2015 09:55

Taking leave without say?

During the week-end, two major political decisions were taken almost simultaneously. On one hand, Dr. Navin Ramgoolam ultimately decided to step down temporarily as leader of the Mauritius Labour Party while on the other hand, Mr. Paul Bérenger consolidated his position as leader supremo of the MMM.
Friday, 13 February 2015 09:53

The lion, the siren and the safes

The images of the bundles of notes pouring out from one of the safes of Dr. Navin Ramgoolam, as shown on MBC/ TV, were almost unreal and will certainly make a mark on everyone’s minds (and eyes). The other image that is bound to make a lasting impression is that of Dr Ramgoolam with his messed up shirt being taken way by the police from his secondary residence of Desforges Street (incidentally renamed Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam Street) amidst a hostile crowd.
Friday, 06 February 2015 08:28

Major clean-up on all fronts

The Government seems determined to straighten matters out regarding several issues, namely the contract between Betamax and the State Trading Corporation (STC), the cracks on the Terre Rouge/ Verdun Road, and the allocation of State lands to individuals, socio-cultural organisations and companies, to name a few.  
Friday, 30 January 2015 08:26

The Politics of Change

The highlight of this week is undoubtedly the presentation of the Government Programme 2015-2019. The address of the President of the Republic Mr. Kailash Purryag was much-awaited as it would spell out the intentions of the new government on a wide array of sectors.   
Friday, 23 January 2015 07:53

Unveiling the mysteries

The Roches Noires case continues to be very firmly in the news with the questioning by the CCID of former members of the VIPSU and a close aide of the Ramgoolam family. It would appear that the investigating team is trying to dig out for a maximum of “proofs” before summoning the former Prime Minister and leader of the Labour Party, Dr. Navin Ramgoolam.  
Pritiviraj Chandranath Manaroo, conseiller du village de Triolet, conteste la nomination de l’ancien président du conseil de district de Pamplemousses, Ranjiv Woochit, comme membre du comité exécutif de ce conseil. Ce serait Dhiraj Sookur, successeur de Ranjiv Woochit à la tête du conseil de district de Pamplemousses, qui voudrait l’y nommer contre la volonté des autres conseillers de village.
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