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Items filtered by date: Friday, 24 February 2012
A delegation of the European Commission led by Mr Stefaan Depypere Director of International Affairs and Markets, Directorate General for Maritime Affairs and Fisheries of the European Commission and a delegation of Mauritius led by Mr A.C Moosuddee, Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Fisheries, met in Port Louis yesterday to initial a new Fisheries Partnership Agreement and protocol governing the fisheries activities of the European Union (EU) vessels in the Mauritian waters.
Published in News
Friday, 24 February 2012 16:41

Business News

BOI to follow India's look-east policy
Board of Investment Chairman Maurice Lam told the Economic Times of India that Mauritius is serious about making sure the country is a transparent, clean and properly supervised jurisdiction. Lam, who founded a strategy-consulting firm in Singapore and then travelled to Japan, New York and London to work in the banking industry, finds his experience has come in handy now in marketing Mauritius to investors.
Published in News
The two highest dignitaries of the Christian community in Mauritius, His Grace the Archbishop Ian Ernest and His Worship the Bishop of Mauritius, Mgr Maurice Piat, launched their respective pastoral letter this week in the context of Lent 2012, which started with Ash Wednesday. During the following 40 days Christians are called upon by their respective church leaders to meditate on the content of the letters written for them. While Catholics are somewhat astonished at the theme of their bishop’s letter ‘The Blessing in Believing’, the Anglicans on the other hand are outright embarrassed when their Archbishop put the question to them: ‘Of What Use is the Church in To-day’s World?’
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Magistrate Wendy Rangan sitting at the Intermediate Court has rejected last week the point of law raised by Mr Siddhartha Hawoldar, counsel appearing for Amber Nath Mossae, journalist employed at the MBC TV and ordered that the case be proceeded on its merits.
Published in Court News
Friday, 24 February 2012 16:38

Turkish TV promotes Mauritius

Turkish TV8 channel sent a team to Mauritius from 15 to 22 February to realise a series of programmes on the country and its diverse tourist products on offer. These programmes will be aired in Turkey over three weeks as from March 3.  It will be an opportunity for the Turkish public to discover the rich and diverse Mauritian culture through the eyes of the director and celebrity-presenter Gulhan Sen, who will also shoot a film based on her stay in Mauritius.
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Sued for having treated police constable on duty, Korimboccus, as  “petit con”(little idiot), barrister Sivasupramaniar Murday has been acquitted before the District Court of Curepipe having on the bench Magistrate Padmini Mauree.
Published in Court News
Nature and religion work harmoniously well helping each other in various aspects. Nature is so tranquil with virgin spots that evil hardly finds its way through unless man the usual corrupter intrudes for his own greed.
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Though the journey to the top has not been all that easy, Raouza Sahabun, teacher and director of a pre-primary school since 1995, has managed to overcome her obstacles through her sheer grit and determination. News on Sunday talks to Miss Raouza.
Published in People
Friday, 24 February 2012 16:27

Bevin Rai Doochoo – Brain with beauty

A model, who hitched the opportunity of working on a film set, and currently a student, has many aces up his sleeve. He turns head wherever he goes-whether he is setting the ramp on fire or merely loitering the campus compounds. Women are usually floored by him and men inevitably jealous. This week, NoS speaks to Bevin Rai Doochoo who shares with us his contagious zeal of leading an accomplished life.
Published in People
Friday, 24 February 2012 16:22

Court News

Two-year sentence quashed on appeal
Abdool Hossen Somally will not have to serve his two years’ imprisonment inflicted by the Intermediate Court for having “committed a larceny by two individuals upon a minor” and for possession of articles obtained by means of a crime. Accused pleaded not guilty and was not assisted by counsel. 
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