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Friday, 22 May 2015 14:01

The sabre rattling starts Featured

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For the coming local elections, the struggle will be mainly between Alliance Lepep and the MMM. While the Labour Party has withdrawn from the race, the two parties are coming up with strong mobilisation in their drive to conquer the towns.
Friday, 22 May 2015 14:00

Client has to pay damages to attorney

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For having accused his Attorney of having bypassed his instruction, a client has to pay damages to the tune of Rs 25,000 to the latter. It is the ruling delivered by Justice Rehana Mungly-Gulbul last week.
Magistrate P. Sewpal sitting at the Intermediate Court Civil Division has a couple of days ago non-suited with no order as to costs the Plaint with Summons in tort lodged by the former Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Riviere Noire District Council, Soondren Karupudayan, claiming damages for the sum of Rs 500,000 against Emirates to enable the plaintiff to lodge a new Plaint with Summons against the defendant company.
Former Minister Dharam Gokhool provides a vivid overview of the current political situation, concerning the upcoming municipal elections. In this interview, he also analyses the downfall of the MMM and the Labour Party.
“Air Mauritius needs to take on-board all Airmate employees,” this argument is the linchpin of the trade union Confederation des Travailleurs du Secteur Privé (CTSP), during a press conference held outside Air Mauritius on Tuesday.
Friday, 22 May 2015 14:00

National Spatial : Data Infrastructure

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A one-week Technical Training Workshop was held on Monday at Gold Crest Hotel, Quatre Bornes, in the presence of the Vice-Prime Minister, Minister of Housing and Lands, Showkutally Soodhun, to further support efforts to properly develop and establish a National Spatial Data Infrastructure (NSDI).
Friday, 22 May 2015 14:00

Insectarium inaugurated

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​The Mauritius Museums Council, in collaboration with the Ministry of Arts and Culture, on Tuesday, inaugurated an insectarium which is located at the Natural History Museum-Nature Gallery in Port Louis to mark the International Museum Day.
Five members of the Ettoo family are behind the bars. They are all accused of embezzling the sum of Rs 500 million. Three members of the family were already in custody since Tuesday for the case of Vacoas Multipurpose Cooperative Society. On Wednesday, the CCID arrested Anirao and his sister Usha Ettoo in the same case. They are all charged for fraud.
Friday, 22 May 2015 14:00

Massive layoffs at BAI

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Crisis and lay offs continue to afflict employees of the BAI Group. This week, more than 200 people working in various companies of the group have lost their jobs.
Friday, 22 May 2015 14:00

Laina Rawat fights back

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The daughter of Dawood Rawat and shareholder of Bramer Banking Corporation Ltd (BBCL), Laina Rawat, has severely criticised the procedures since the closing down of the bank.
Friday, 22 May 2015 14:00

Living a better life with yoga

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The United Nations has declared June 25th as International Yoga Day. This age-old practice stemming from the Indian subcontinent has now reached foreign shores and is quickly gaining grounds as a beneficial activity for the body and mind.
We seem to be witnessing an era where psychological health is in dire straits at all levels of society.  Undeniably, teenagers are the most affected by this phenomenon.  With the rate of suicide which is becoming the trend among youngsters, there is a now a need for students to be regularly seen by psychologists at schools and colleges. 
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