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Wednesday, 01 April 2015 07:00

L’après-Saj ce sera Pravind Jugnauth

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Paul Bérenger, de son propre aveu, entend se concentrer sur « l’après-SAJ ». Cela est intéressant à plus d’un titre.
Sunday, 29 March 2015 07:51

Le combat contre la pauvreté

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Lorsque le leader de l'opposition qualifie le budget 2015/16 de « terriblement décevant », il nage manifestement à contre-courant de l'opinion publique.
Sunday, 29 March 2015 07:06

Maurice abusée par des étrangers

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Notre pays a toujours été et restera une terre d’accueil pour les étrangers de bonne foi qui contribuent honnêtement à son épanouissement dans plusieurs domaines : touristes, hommes d’affaires, religieux, universitaires, investisseurs, travailleurs (textile et construction), professionnels et techniciens ayant l’expertise et le savoir-faire dont le pays a besoin…
Friday, 27 March 2015 13:24

Adultery - Is it worth it?

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Paulo Coelho, Brazilian-born author whose works have been published in over eighty languages worldwide, is known for his captivating, writing skills which go so much further than just words; exploring identity, spirituality and the inner being in a way which is, sometimes, quite spookily relative and excitingly engaging.
Friday, 27 March 2015 12:31

Fools rush in…

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Don’t allow yourself to  be fooled by the above title, because I am not going to talk about the horde of hopefuls who are waiting to rush into the shoes of those fools who have been asked to “lev pake” after the last general elections.
Wednesday, 25 March 2015 16:03

Killing the few that remain in the blue

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For decades, the ocean, mysterious and dreaded by man, has been key to our survival. An unknown power of nature and vastly unexplored area of utmost importance, it is an unpredictable environment to coexist with. Home to millions of organisms and rich in biodiversity, the oceans cover 70% of the earth. For centuries, its exploitation has been a common practice, but sadly, the game has now changed.
Qui ne connaît pas l’histoire du garçon qui criait au loup ?  Quand les prophètes de malheur ne se comptent plus,  la véritable alerte pourrait s’avérer inutile. Beaucoup se posent des questions quant au risque d’un « black-out » dans le pays, mais ne font pas toujours l’effort de comprendre ce que ce mot qui fait si peur veut dire. Il est plus juste de parler d’un probable manque au niveau de la fourniture électrique.  Or l’heure est ni à la panique ni à la psychose, mais à la responsabilisation de tout un chacun. Sinon, ce déficit entre l’offre et la demande que nous pouvons éviter peut devenir un « self-fulfilling  prophecy ».
Sunday, 22 March 2015 10:08

Entre fermeté et brutalité

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Un enquêteur qui confond fermeté et brutalité ne fait pas honneur à sa profession et doit être sanctionné comme il se doit car la violence, quelle que soit sa forme, constitue toujours un délit sous le Code pénal.
Sunday, 22 March 2015 08:24

What future lies ahead?

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It was on a hot, sunny day amid the hustle and bustle of the tiny city of Port Louis, perched on the shoulder of my maternal uncle that I listened to a powerful speech by Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam.
Sunday, 22 March 2015 08:22


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Geopolitics is what Narendra Modi’s visit is all about. The crux is the re-calibration of global power-play to balance America’s “Pacific pivot” geostrategic wrestle against China with an Indian Ocean dimension of that same geostrategic wrestle.
Sunday, 22 March 2015 07:19

I cry for my beloved country

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I regularly travel to and spend time in Mauritius. Very sad to see how the previous government was literally short of changing the whole Mauritian community, bordering on African style dictatorship. The diverted astronomical sums of monies located in private coffers, sheltered bank accounts and invested on behalf of well known parties would be more than enough to fund numerous infrastructure projects that could deliver immediate benefits to the suffering community.
Friday, 20 March 2015 09:52

“My new journey with News On Sunday

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Hello and welcome to my brand new weekly column, Sabah Says! My name is Sabah Ismail and I am a twenty-something Mauritian expat, originally from Manchester in England – with big hair and a lot to say.