29 November 2014
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Tuesday, 25 November 2014 09:41

Setbacks, Humiliation and Lesson Learning

The last 46 years of Mauritian politics are full of rich, diverse and colorful events, dramas, unexpected turns and an array of competing political parties. There have been highs and lows, major political leaders and parties have all had their share of setbacks, humiliation and lessons to learn. This coming election will be no different, the only unknown is which leader and party will face setbacks, humiliation and in need of lesson learning this time?
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The project concerns two young Mauritian university students, Shaheen Doussoruth and Mishka Bundhoo, who had to travel to Italy and Ireland. For them, it was a project full of unique and learning experiences.
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Mauritius will commemorate the “180th Anniversary of the Arrival of Indentured Labourers” this Sunday (2 November 2014). To mark this historic event, several international and regional activities are being organised throughout the island. The major ones are:  an International (Regional) Hindi Conference (29 October to 1 November 2014); an International Bhojpuri Conference (30-31 October 2014); an International Bhojpuri Festival –“Bhojpuri Mahotsaw on 1 November 2014; the commemorative ceremony on 2 November 2014 and an International Conference on Indenture Labour Route (3 to 5 November 2014).
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Mauritius tops Africa’s Sub-Saharan economies and is ranked at the 28th position worldwide on Overall Ease of Doing Business, according to the World Bank group’s Doing Business 2015 Report entitled: Going Beyond Efficiency, launched on Wednesday. It should be noted that the ranking methodology has changed, and under the new system, Mauritius ranks 28th, which is equivalent to a ranking of between 15th to 18th under the old system.
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Friday, 26 September 2014 14:00

Mauritius : Model of democracy?

Port Louis, 23 September: The poem-Rime of the Ancient Mariner - by Samuel Taylor Coleridge reads, “Water, water everywhere. Nor any drop to drink.” These words ring all too true when one reflects on the current turmoil and persistent gender inequality we are witnessing in Mauritius. Women are represented almost everywhere in various public and private sectors, but remain invisible at the negotiation tables of political parties.
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Sunday, 21 September 2014 07:00

Capitalist development in Mauritius

Mauritius can never be like Singapore as long as we have a system of communalism and nepotism within our administration. In Singapore, we have development that benefited the masses, whereas in Mauritius we have a capitalist system of development. Our country is divided into the very rich and the very poor and such gap is getting bigger day by day.
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Mauritius has a long way to go when it comes to leadership.  According to Chee-Peng, founder of Team SYNthesis, Mauritius has the ability to produce good leaders in every organisation.  It is just a matter of opportunities and exposure. 
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The conversion project of the national ID card has reached its end point with more than 895,000 persons having gone through the exercise even though it cost them some time and patience.
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Friday, 22 August 2014 14:00

Post Code for Mauritius

The Post Code, existing in many countries since ages, has been recently introduced in Mauritius. Now every town or city in Mauritius has its own post code.
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Sunday, 17 August 2014 07:00

Sovereignty dispute

Chagos Archipelago is disputed between Mauritius and United Kingdom. The constitution of Mauritius states that the outer islands of Mauritius include the islands of Mauritius, Rodrigues, Agalega, Cargados Carajos and the Chagos Archipelago, including Diego Garcia and any other island comprised in the state of Mauritius.
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