28 March 2015
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The Prime Minister of India, Sri Narendra Modi, had a hectic 30-hour official visit in Mauritius on 11 and 12 March 2015. He was the chief guest for Mauritius Independence Day celebrations on 12 March. The Indian Prime Minister made a three-island tour- the Seychelles, Mauritius and Sri Lanka, starting on 10 March.
The National Assembly met on Tuesday 10 March with Honourable Speaker, Madam Santibai Hanoomanjee in the Chair. On the Order paper were a Private Notice Question of the Leader of the Opposition on the Police, Questions to the Prime Minister and to Ministers and the resumption of debates on the Government Programme.
In a series of tweets from his Twitter handle @narendramodi, linked to Facebook, Prime Minister Narendra Modi wrote on Sunday 8 March: “I am very happy to be there with my sisters and brothers of Mauritius as they celebrate their National Day. Our relationship with Mauritius has been strong and I am committed to working with Prime Minister Anerood Jugnauth to strengthening our ties further in a wide range of issues.”
Rajen Bablee Executive Director of Transparency Mauritius since August 2012, recently attended an international conference on’ Illicit Funding of Political Parties.’ News on Sunday called upon the director of Transparency Mauritius to enlighten our readers on various aspects of fraud and corruption and what are the norms to be respected, as prescribed by international organisations.
Friday, 06 March 2015 14:00

Collendavelloo buries CT Power project

The National Assembly held its sitting on Tuesday 3 March at 11.30 a.m with the Honourable Speaker, Madam Santibai Hanoomanjee in the Chair.
Gilbert Canabady, an entrepreneur based in Reunion Island, passed away at the end of last week, at the age of 75. What is unique of this man in the history of Indian immigrants is that he became the proprietor of the estate where his grandparents toiled as indentured labourers.
The Civil Service is in a zone of turbulence, following the scandals which are daily revealing shocking news of high officials caught into the net of the police.
The second sitting of the first session of the Sixth National Assembly was held on Tuesday 10 February, after it was adjourned on 27 January last, with Honourable Speaker, Mrs Santibai Hanoomanjee, in the Chair. The Order Paper included a Private Notice Question from the Leader of the Opposition, Questions to the Prime Minister and to Ministers, a motion of thanks to the President of the Republic for his address on the occasion of the opening of the Sixth National Assembly and start of debates on the Government Programme 2015-2019.
Philip Li Ching Hum is one of the rare Sino-Mauritians who, in spite of very good university degrees, did not leave the country to find a better place abroad. As a true patriot, he invests himself in social work trying to help his neighbour, whatever his class or creed. He is a good observer of our society and never spares a moment at commenting on things as they are, especially when he feels that there is injustice. News On Sunday thinks it fit that he gives his views on the local Chinese community- their apprehensions, wishes and hopes.
Friday, 06 February 2015 14:00

2015 - European Year for Development

European Delegation members accompanied by the Ambassadors of UK and France met the media on Friday 30 January 2015 to talk on the ‘very good relations between Mauritius and the EU.’
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