29 January 2015
Petites Annonces Gratuite
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Tu as choisi de participer à la grande manifestation contre les attentats terroristes. Je suis heureux pour toi que tu aies pu être présente dans les rangs de tous ceux qui marchaient contre le crime et contre la violence aveugle des fanatiques. J’aurais aimé être avec toi, mais j’étais loin, et pour tout dire je me sens un peu vieux pour participer à un mouvement où il y a tant de monde.
Sunday, 18 January 2015 09:05

Pour le respect des engagements

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S'il convient de saluer les efforts déployés par les nouveaux dirigeants en ces premiers jours de leur installation au pouvoir pour remettre le pays sur les rails, l'on ne peut, en revanche, que déplorer le statu-quo observé au plus haut sommet de l'État.
Friday, 16 January 2015 07:53

Tough times ahead

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The case of robbery at the bungalow of the former Prime Minister Dr. Navin Ramgoolam at Roches Noires in July 2011 is taking centre stage for obvious reasons.
My dear Billy,
Mauritians are by and large a god-fearing nation. Or at least so it would seem to the foreign visitor, as he would meander through the vast number of prayer houses strewn all over the island. First of all he would be struck by the sheer proximity of these places of worship of the different faiths. Domes, towers and minarets do exist and coexist within a short distance of each other in the towns and villages.
Friday, 16 January 2015 07:00

Some suggestions for reform in basic education

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PREAMBLE
• A complete knowledge of a language implies mastery of 4 skills which are: 1. Listening; 2. Speaking; 3. Reading; 4. Writing.
En octobre 2014, la Pakistanaise Malala Yousafzai et l’Indien Kailash Satyarthi obtiennent conjointement le Prix Nobel de la Paix 2014. Si le combat de Malala, notamment en faveur de l’éducation des filles, est relativement connu à Maurice, en revanche celui de Kailash Satyarthi pour défendre les droits des enfants est moins bien connu chez nous.
Friday, 09 January 2015 09:05

Changing of the Guard

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The New Year message of the Prime Minister Sir Anerood Jugnauth, telecasted on MBC/Tv on January 1, gave an insight of the intentions of the new MSM/PMSD/ML government. It also provided hints of  the contents of the Presidential Address which will be read out by the President of the Republic, most probably on January 27 next.
My dear Billy,
I can see that you have survived the New Year hangover and are back to business as usual. I would like you, at the very beginning of the year, to transmit my best wishes to the newly appointed Minister of Arts & Culture. I wish him plenty of success in his enterprise and all endeavours he intends to undertake in his Ministry. The Minister must have by now understood the weight of the burden he has been entrusted to carry.
Friday, 09 January 2015 09:03

Flatten the box. Think wide!

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Mauritius must be one of the rare countries of the world where we have more solutions than problems. Yet, our problems seem to linger on. But this year, hopefully, things might change.
Thursday, 08 January 2015 13:18

BARBARIE TOUT COURT

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La barbarie touche de plus en plus de pays et anéantit des vies humaines. Les attentats terroristes, qui n'ont jamais pu résoudre quoi que ce soit, sont aujourd'hui commis partout. C'est la mondialisation de la terreur/de la peur et de l'horreur.
Wednesday, 07 January 2015 09:23

Back to the future

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So the successor of Rundheersing Bheenick at the helm of the Bank of Mauritius is his predecessor, Rameswurlall Basant Roi. Both men have been a governor of strong convictions which went beyond the illusive trade-off between growth and inflation.
Wednesday, 07 January 2015 07:00

‘ The San Diego’ sunk by ‘The Mauritius’

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During my recent trip to the Philippines at the invitation of my son Dhiren and his wife Sejal Sharmila, I took time to discover the country and visit historical places, including the imposing St Augustine church and the national museum in Manila.