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Friday, 26 September 2014 14:00

Island cell : 10 years of innovative service

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A one stop shop for all technological devices, specialist in repair and unlocking of mobile phones, expert in hardware and software programming, Island Cell this year is celebrating its 10th birthday. News On Sunday met the Director of the company Prakash Aubeeluck to talk about his success and innovative measures.
Friday, 26 September 2014 14:00

Vishal Lallah : The far-sighted young businessman

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Already awarded the “Runner Up of the Outstanding Young Person 2008 of Republic of Mauritius” by the Junior Chamber International Mauritius Worldwide Federation of Young Leaders and Entrepreneurs in 2008, Vishal Lallah has started his journey into the world of business with his three companies.
Lakaz Chamarel is a magical place in the midst of nature, where one can admire the picturesque valley of Chamarel and discover the natural landscape of the south in a relaxing atmosphere. It is like a pearl which guarantees exclusivity and serenity to nature and a warm and harmonious decor.
Magistrate Prithiviraj Balluck sitting at the District Court of Port Louis (South) has last week ruled out the motion raised by a Police Inspector, Balmick Dussoye, for a stay of prosecution on a charge of non-registration of a vehicle he bought.
Transparency Mauritius is in the process of finalising an updated Code of conduct for free and fair elections. A copy will be handed to the Electoral Supervisory Commission and the Electoral Commissioner.
Kavita Jeetun, Treasurer at Women in Politics (WIP) explains the role of women in the Mauritian politics. She puts forward various aspects of the debate around women representation in Parliament and the fight of WIP for women representation.
Friday, 19 September 2014 14:00

Women Power at Rotaract Clubs Featured

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This year, the ladies have taken control of the 12 Rotaract Clubs of Mauritius. What’s more, the District Rotaract Representative (DRR) is also a Mauritian lady. Dynamic and passionate about helping others, they have at heart the welfare of their community and endeavour to promote camaraderie. With the support of their club members and family, these 13 young women willingly sacrifice their time with the hope of bringing a positive change in society during their one-year mandate.
This week, the major actors of local politics have gone one step further towards the finalisation of their respective coalitions. Labour Party/MMM will make official their alliance on Saturday while the MSM/PMSD/ML are pursuing negotiations after agreeing on a 35-25 distribution of tickets in favour of MSM.
Pravind Jugnauth called the press on Wednesday to present himself as the new Leader of the Opposition. He indicated at the same time that he will send a letter of thanks to the President of the Republic and underlined all the supposed misdemeanours of the former Leader of the Opposition ‘who abdicated of his responsibilities.’
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.
In a few weeks’ time, as Mauritius enters the phase of electoral campaign, different parties and alliances will have to present their manifesto to the population. Professionals and observers of different sectors give News on Sunday an insight on what should be the priorities of the new government.
In the Global Competitiveness Report 2014-2015, out last week, Mauritius scores only 4.5 points out of 7 and ranks 51st out of 144 countries at the section on ‘Reliability of police services’. Is this only a perception or the reality?

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