05 May 2015
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A major pillar of the Mauritian economy, the tourism industry will soon enter the low season period, that is expected to last till the end of September. Therefore, different measures and strategies are being implemented by operators as well as the government so as to keep the sector flourishing. News on Sunday reports.
Based in Mauritius, Cap Research is a CRO (Clinical Research Organisation), doing clinical researches for stages I, II et III, on volunteers (healthy) and on patients (those suffering from a pathology) in accordance with the legal provisions of Mauritius (the Clinical Trials Act 2011) as well as international legal provisions on therapeutic trials.
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Huawei P8 to be available in four colours

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Mystic Champagne, Prestige Gold, Titanium Grey, Carbon Black...It is in these four colours that the latest flagship of Huawei Consumer Business Group, Huawei P8, will be available on the Mauritian market at the end of June.
Jean Cyril Ned Moutou, 43, started working in the construction sector at the age of 15. House construction, welding, plumbing, manipulating aluminium surfaces, are the areas that Ned can handle very well. However, being passionate about the metal world, he decided to work as welder and became self-employed.
Fresh, avant-garde, dark, vivid… this young artist’s works will simply blow your mind. Shain Ramjan inaugurated his first solo exhibition on Tuesday at the Hennessy Park Hotel, Ebène. The ‘ARTPOP’ artist has a candid moment with News on Sunday.
In March, four Mauritians flew to the United States to represent the country at the Pan-Africa Youth Leadership program. The three students and their mentor joined their peers from four other African countries namely Angola, Malawi, Nigeria, and Zambia for a three-week program. Back to Mauritius, they share their enriching experience with the young readers.
Media Metrix, one of the subsidiaries of the hundreds of companies in which the BAI has shares, is among the entities whose shares have been frozen by a Supreme Court order issued on Saturday 18 April. Media Metrix is ​​a shareholder of several companies involved in the media, events and showbizz.
The University of Mauritius today has its fourth Chancellor in the name of Dr Louis Jean Claude Autrey, C.S.K. On Monday, an installation ceremony was held at the Paul Octave Wiéhé Auditorium, Réduit, in the presence of the Prime Minister Anerood Jugnauth and Acting President Monique Ohsan Bellepeau, Minister of Education Leela Devi Dookun and other eminent guests.
As part of its expansion strategy, LRMG Performance Agency opens its first office in Mauritius and the region at the Moka Business Centre.
The Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) has lost in a case of rape which was dismissed by the trial Court. The appeal Bench consisting of Justices Asraf Caunhye and  G. Jugessur-Manna has rejected  the appeal lodged by the DPP contesting the  judgment of the Intermediate Court dismissing the charge of rape against  the respondent, Prakash Choonya.
Magistrate Anjalee Devi Ramdin, vice-President of the Intermediate Court, in a judgment delivered last week has found the four accused parties Notary Public Vinay Deelchand, Sandeep Appadoo, Mahendra Chooneea and Dharmanandan Sambon guilty with the offence of conspiracy in breach of Section 109 (1) of the Criminal Code (Supplementary) Act.
Alain Wong is the new Minister of Civil Service and Administrative Reforms. He was elected in Constituency No.1 (Port-Louis West / GRNW) under the banner of the Parti Mauricien Social Démocrate (PMSD).
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