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Friday, 21 March 2014 14:00

Appreciation – Life Lesson

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One young academically excellent person went to apply for a managerial position in a big company. He passed the first interview; the Director did the last interview, made the last decision.
Friday, 14 March 2014 14:01

Pampering pooches : A new business line Featured

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Small businesses that provide services to pet owners are booming. The affection that people hold for animals is creating opportunities for entrepreneurs looking to start up in the pet care sector, which now spans a wide range of services, from pet sitting and boarding, to pet therapy, training and grooming. News on Sunday meets one such entrepreneur, Martine Etienne, the owner of Woof n Wash at Calodyne, in the North of the island.
The English Speaking Union, in collaboration with Barclays Bank Mauritius Limited, organised a prize-award ceremony on Friday 28 February to reward the best entries for Mauritius for the Young Commonwealth Essay Competition 2013.
Friday, 14 March 2014 14:00

Drowning : 13 cases since New Year!

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How many more drowning and near drowning must we read in our newspapers before adults wise up as to how easy it is for people to become a victim in water? The number of drowning-related cases is currently at 13. Only one out of the thirteen were rescued. We all know that there is no injection or medicines against drowning but what can be the solution? Is prevention and education the key to this silent killer? News on Sunday investigates.
Friday, 14 March 2014 14:00

D.A.V College : Love, respect and Success!

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It is 12:30 - lunch time. I step through the front gate and immediately the brouhaha of laughter and cheer of the midday break assails me.
World Consumer Rights Day was established on 15 March 1983 to promote consumer rights around the world. This year’s World Consumer Rights Day (WCRD) campaign, “Fix Our Phone Rights!”, is devoted to tackling the issues that most affect consumers of mobile services.
Friday, 14 March 2014 14:00

The choice of 12th of March for Independence Featured

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News on Sunday, in its quest for truth and at putting historical events in their true perspective, has been able to obtain a  precious document from a researcher and political analyst based in the UK on the choice of the 12th of March to celebrate the independence of Mauritius.
Friday, 14 March 2014 14:00

Camels in Mauritius after 46 years of independence? Featured

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Cultivating sorghum rice and rearing camels in Mauritius may seem farfetched ideas but are already contemplated by farmers. After 46 years of independence, the country is still struggling to be self sufficient in staple food and imports have increased to MUR 47,200 billion. Is foreign competitive efficiency the disadvantage or our lethargy to produce?
Friday, 14 March 2014 14:00

Dr Jack Keel and Mr Hiding : Hole story

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DR JACK KEEL: Paul Bérenger went to see the hole?
MR HIDING: Whose hole?
The Business Forum organised by the Board of Investment at Grand Baie has been hailed a success. The forum was attended by Malaysian Trade and Industry Minister Mustapha Mohamed and his delegation.
Leena Sowambur is an established expert in digital music business. She has two music business degrees and ten years in digital marketing and PR. Founder of Positively Music, she has acquired considerable experience in this new but challenging field. She shares with News on Sunday her views on various issues related to the music industry.
Professionals in the real estate sector observe that middle aged people are ready to pay premium prices for secured residential complexes or apartments.  A new lifestyle is getting popular, where the homeowner can simply lock-up for a week and not worry about security or mowing the lawn.

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