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Sunday, 29 June 2014 05:00

Entre incertitude et confusion

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Avec la bénédiction du leader de l'opposition, le Premier ministre a prorogé le Parlement pour se pencher sur la réforme électorale.
Saturday, 28 June 2014 08:30

Billet : Le MMM mis en quarantaine

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Qui l’eut crû ? Un appel de Paul Bérenger pour manifester contre le gouvernement est repoussé d’un revers de la main par les partis de l’Opposition, les syndicats et les forces vives.
Friday, 27 June 2014 11:53

A hefty price to pay

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So, the Prime Minister Dr. Navin Ramgoolam has ultimately decided that the National Assembly will resume on Friday 4 July next. However, on that day, the MPs will be called upon to debate and vote for or against the transitional provisions to be brought to the First Schedule of the Constitution, which has been termed as the mini-amendment.
Friday, 27 June 2014 11:53

When love conquers

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I must confess that I have a great admiration for egoists in our society for one main reason: The nice thing about egoists is that they don’t talk about other people.
Friday, 27 June 2014 09:56

A liberating program

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Ivan Collendavelloo and Sheila Bunwaree, founder members of the ‘Muvman Liberater’, have on Tuesday 17 June on Radio Plus, elaborated on their electoral program. The positive reactions which followed from the auditors and web surfers speak volumes.
Depuis 1990, les Independent Power Producers et autres industriels ont consommé plus de 7 millions de tonnes de charbon, et la masse de cendres de charbon générée est estimée à un peu plus de 1 million de tonnes. Les cendres de charbon sont dispersées dans les champs sous cultures et autres lieux, et/ou enfouis dans le sol sans système d’étanchéité naturel ou artificiel ; les mâchefers sont aussi répandus sur les chemins non asphaltés. En 2007, face à la consommation accrue de charbon et les risques environnementales et sanitaires, le ministère de l’Environnement avait institué un Technical Advisory Committee (TAC)  sur la gestion des cendres de charbon et le rapport final du comité a été soumis en 2009.
Wednesday, 25 June 2014 12:00

Market Fairness

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One cannot define a noun by its adjective. Only the dictionary approach explains fairness as “the quality of being fair”. However, the layman would not understand the meaning of fairness if he could not grasp what is fair. The Report Banking Your Future of the Bank of Mauritius (BoM) treats fairness as a central theme but does not define it properly in the layman’s language.
Sunday, 22 June 2014 08:48

Programme libérateur

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Ivan Collendavelloo et Sheila Bunwaree, initiateurs du Muvman Liberater, ont élaboré, mardi sur Radio Plus, sur leur programme gouvernemental. Les réactions positives qui ont suivi de la part des auditeurs et des internautes en disent long.
Sunday, 22 June 2014 05:00

La déchéance politique

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La coupe du monde de football est, sans doute, venue apporter une bouffée d'air frais dans cette atmosphère nauséabonde qui pollue actuellement l'espace politique à Maurice.
Friday, 20 June 2014 09:55

The Ambrose Street Syndrome

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Mauritians are spoilt these days. Besides the World Cup championship game, they have the opportunity to follow a political drama which, like popular TV soaps, is not ending so soon.
Friday, 20 June 2014 09:54

Twisty tales

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So our top table politicians are still very much engrossed in their twisty tale of concocting alliances and calling them off. After being left by the roadside by his good friend Dr. Navin Ramgoolam, the leader of the Opposition and of the MMM Mr. Paul Bérenger has discovered a new forte: that of leading the opposition!
Friday, 20 June 2014 08:57

Dear Shakespeare : Fast forward

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My dear Billy,
“The world is running too fast” is a common, plaintive cry that we get to hear all too often, but the real fact is that we are all caught up in a rat race with no definite end point. We keep running, seldom knowing where exactly we are heading. In the process, we cram the day with a number of unnecessary activities and undertakings.

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