25 April 2015
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Friday, 03 April 2015 14:00

Sabah Says…Sabah Says…

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This week I return to England – or the homeland, as I like to call it. It is a feeling so very bittersweet, excitement and yet with a heavy-heart. On the one hand, I will be reunited with all of my family, especially my mum, who I haven’t seen in the last five months; on the other hand, I’m leaving behind glorious sunny days, mounds and mounds of natural beauty and Arc-en-Ciel ice-cream (haha!)
Friday, 03 April 2015 14:00

Dealing with Autism

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The 8th annual World Autism Awareness Day was observed on Thursday 2 April 2015. Every year, organisations around the world mark this day with unique fundraising and awareness campaigns. Globally, the rate of autism is high and has a tremendous impact on children, families and ttttsociety. This week we analyse its impact on the Mauritian society.
Friday, 03 April 2015 14:00

Adventure at Sea

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Royal II, the sleek 42-foot yacht, smoothly glides across the magnificent cobalt blue waters of the Indian Ocean, off the East coast of Mauritius. Comfortably settled in one of the three fighting chairs on the aft deck, you grip the reel handle and lock your eyes onto the line which explores the prolific expanse of sea.
Music and dance have always been the passion of youngsters. DJing has recently become a hobby for so many young boys and girls. For some, it is just a fun while for others, it has become a paid hobby. At weddings and parties, you can see those DJs with their equipment, entertaining the audience.
Circumscribing police scrutiny and investigations into the six mobile phones seized by Police in the office of prime suspect Navin Ramgooloam is like circumscribing press reports, analyses and opinions as a preventative measure based on mere allegations of what could happen, if.
Friday, 27 March 2015 14:37

EventsPlus brings 3rd edition of the Salon de la Famille Featured

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After two consecutive years of success, “Le Salon de La Famille” is all set to conquer the hearts of visitors for its 3rd Edition on 3, 4 and 5 April 2015 at Swami Vivekananda International Convention Centre (SVICC), Pailles.
Friday, 27 March 2015 14:32

Entrepreneurs have mitigated views

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Numerous measures concerning the Small and Medium Enterprises have been announced by the Minister of Finance, Vishnu Lutchmeenaraidoo during the 2015-2016 Budget. Entrepreneurs’ expectations were numerous.
Shyama Ramsamy, a Mauritian studying in India, has launched her book on poetry on Saturday 21 March 2015 in Mumbai, India.
The seventh edition of Indo International Trade & Cultural Exhibition Centre, organised by Rajasthan Works, will unveil an even more interesting program compared to previous years where more products will be available and special performances by renowned artist will cheer visitors.
Friday, 27 March 2015 14:06

Education and Training

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Though several measures have been proposed for the educational sector, for many, the budget did not bring the solutions required.   Jacques Malie, pedagogue and Suttyhudeo Tengur, secretary at PSTCCU share their views. 
In a communiqué sent to News on Sunday, the spokespersons of the Confederation of Workers of the Private Sector (CTSP), Reeaz Chuttoo and Jane Ragoo, regret that the workers of the private sector remain the neglected segment of Budget 2015 and claim for an infrastructure supervising wealth distribution.
In a note sent to News on Sunday, Jeanlall Kassinathdoss, president, and Jugdish Lollbeeharry, adviser of the Primary Schools ‘Employees’ Union (PSEU), welcomed the new measures announced in the Budget by the Minister of Finance.