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Friday, 11 April 2014 14:11

Navy base on the line as Mauritius pushes sovereignty bid Featured

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Mauritius is trying to wedge itself between Washington and London in a diplomatic drive for control of a group of disputed islands in the Indian Ocean, including Diego Garcia, leased by the British to the U.S. military for nearly 50 years.
Friday, 11 April 2014 12:35

Sharanaz Subratty

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Relationships should be open to discussions and negotiations. Some women have for a long time now settled on what have been preconceived for them and never discover their worth and capabilities.
Friday, 11 April 2014 12:32

Because stoning can be relaxing! Featured

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Imagine lying on a massage table, letting your stress and anxieties melt away as your muscles are therapeutically manipulated with comfortably hot stones.
Friday, 11 April 2014 12:20

Anusha Seechurn - Dancing Diva

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With her graceful movements, sculptural postures, quick silver foot work, emotive expressions, Anusha is a delight to behold on the stage.
Friday, 11 April 2014 12:15

How our are spending school Holidays

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As holidays have started, News on Sunday has deemed it proper to ask a few students how they are killing time during those two weeks.
Who would have thought that a secondary school of this calibre would one day see the light of day in Solferino, one of the suburbs of the town Vacoas/Phoenix?
Friday, 11 April 2014 11:38

Arya Yuvak Sangh volunters in action

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More and more youngsters are volunteering for the improvement of the Mauritian society. Many are driven by inner motivation and are conscious that they must join hands to get rid of social evils and bring a smile to the needy.
Undoubtedly, technology is affecting family relationships. Children have little time to share with parents.
The Second Session of the Fifth National Assembly was held on Tuesday 8 April 2014 with Honourable Speaker, Razack Peeroo in the Chair.
The Commercial Division of the Supreme Court, having on the bench Justice Gérard Angoh, has non-suited the claim of Hassen Taher Seafoods Mauritius Ltd for the sum of Rs 862,858.00 against Compagnie Marmites des Iles Ltée for goods sold and delivered on the ground that the plaintiff company has wrongly directed its action against the defendant.
Friday, 11 April 2014 11:22

What will you see in 2020? Featured

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In 2020, we may not be seeing what and how we can see now. With increasing health hazards, is our sight guaranteed? What may seem insignificant to us but has large impact on our health is exposure to sun, pollution and computer screens.
Friday, 11 April 2014 11:18

Doors far too open to foreign investors? Featured

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Local companies always have an edge in market but they become indolent after some time until they face competition from foreign companies.

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