19 September 2014
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There is a decline in the study of Asian languages in school, with fewer students taking an interest these languages. Formerly known as oriental languages, Asian languages include hindi, urdu, tamil, telugu, mandarin, Marathi, etc. Nowadays, students tend to opt for Asian languages simply to secure better grades, in order to improve their overall results.
Lecturer of Political Science at the University of Mauritius, Tania Diolle provides a detailed analysis of the current political turmoil and through her analysis attempts to enlighten our readers.
An investigation by the BUAV and Soko-Tierschutz has uncovered the shocking suffering of primates from Mauritius used in cruel experiments at a leading European research laboratory.
Friday, 12 September 2014 14:00

New Identity Card : Game Over

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With 94% of the population having converted their ID card and having in possession their new ID card is a big show of confidence put in the MNIS. The message of some civic organisations opposing the project seems to have failed to reach the attentive ears of the people.
This Sunday is the final leg towards the finalisation of a Labour/MMM alliance. The ball is in the court of the Assembly of Delegates of the MMM who will have to ratify its coalition with the Labour Party. This will be the domino effect which will lead to the general elections but Mauritius opting for a Second Republic is still not certain as opposing forces unite to bring the alliance down.
What do you think of the actual political development?
Very confusing, regarding the ideological support of the alliance between the Labour Party and the MMM on the one side and the MSM, the PMSD and the ML on the other side. They are all of the same nature and have the same economic program and yet, they oppose each other for the sake of state control.
Friday, 12 September 2014 14:00

The Labour-MMM : Sharing of Power

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After three months of wrangling with ‘ON’ and ‘OFF’ attitudes, the Prime Minister and the Leader of the Opposition have been able to come to terms on modalities and the sharing of power and responsibilities, and presented their accord to the press at Clarisse House on Saturday 6 September 2014.
DR JACK KEEL: General Elections have been announced at long last!
MR HIDING: Long last? Why do you say “long last? On the contrary, these elections are going to be held before their due time. The mandate of the present government lasts until July 2015.
International Literacy Day, decreed by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisations (UNESCO) in 1965, was observed on Monday 8 September. Literacy, by its universal definition, is the ability to read and write a language.
Friday, 12 September 2014 14:00

Khemraj Persand : Born to win Featured

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It is said winning becomes a habit with time and Kemraj epitomizes this statement. After bagging the “Young Entrepreneur Award Success”, this dynamic and competitive business person has won the 2014 JCI Mauritius Creative Young Entrepreneur Award for his oyster business.
Air Mauritius was voted Indian Ocean’s Leading Airline 2014 by the World Travel Awards. Amédée Maingard Lounge, the airline’s lounge at Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam International Airport, Mauritius, was also voted Indian Ocean’s Leading Airline Lounge.
SFER (Société Fournisseur d’Energies Renouvelables) is one of the leading companies specialising in the commercialisation and installation of photovoltaic systems in the Indian Ocean region. Founded in 2008 in Reunion Island, SFER opened a branch in Mauritius in 2011 to bring its ecologic contribution to the Maurice Ile Durable project.

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