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Education being a dynamic process, it is bound to evolve and with Information and Communication Technology (ICT) gaining ground in our day-to-day life, teaching methods cannot but adapt itself accordingly. Cloud Office 365 by Microsoft was launched on Tuesday providing free access as a support to education.
Friday, 06 December 2013 14:00

Judge orders eviction of ex daughter-in-law

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Dharumlall Takoor has been successful in his application to the Judge in Chambers for  the issue of  a writ habere facias possessionem against  his  ex daughter-in-law, Jyotee Takoor, ordering her to vacate an immovable property situated at Royal Road, 8th Mile Triolet for occupying same without  any title deed or right. The respondent is the divorced spouse of his son.
The Senior Puisne Judge Keshoe Parsad Matadeen and Justice David Chan Kan Cheong sitting on appeal have  last week rejected the appeal lodge by Abdul Razack Noormahomed Oosman Waqf contesting the decision of the  Fair Rent Tribunal (FRT) fixing the market rent to be paid by Ambassador College Ltd at Rs 50,000 per month.
Justice Raffick Hamuth, sitting at the Supreme Court (Family Division), has last week granted the custody of the two elder children of the couple Nanda and Joyce Melany Nagadoo to the wife and rejected the accusation of adultery formulated by the husband to the address of the latter in his cross-petition.
A One Day Screening Programme in the context of World AIDS Day 2013 was held at Basketball Playground, Batterie Cassée, Roche Bois on Sunday 01 December 2013. For the period 2011 – 2015, the World AIDS campaign has selected the slogan “Getting to Zero”. 
It is increasingly recognised that gynecological problems affect the quality of life of the mother and the child. Major global healthcare players have invested in modern clinics, with improvements in imaging technology, endoscopic equipment, drug treatment and scientific innovations in Mauritius. Fortis Clinic Darne, one of the biggest stakeholders in the sector, has registered a constant 10-15 % growth in this department as regards to inpatients.
The myth of bigger is better is getting obsolete with relatively small size countries turning into powerful economies. Today the race is about discernment, discipline and determination and going for the dare. After a lot of fuss and fury about 24/7, Mauritius is still limping the race of round- the -clock economies. Have we run out of ideas? Do we close our eyes to the wherewithal?
DR JACK KEEL: Government is going forward with its children’s hospital. The opposition can’t say the Minister of Health is not doing anything.
MR HIDING: The opposition will always say something.
Friday, 06 December 2013 14:00

Mauritius chosen for shooting of Chinese movie

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‘5 Minutes to Tomorrow’ is a mysterious love story between twin sisters (Lan and Mei) and their two lovers (Liang and Ziyou). Threading between Romance and mystery, this movie embarks us on a journey from Shanghai to Mauritius.  
Friday, 06 December 2013 14:00

India to help in SME development

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A Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) aimed at strengthening the collaboration between Mauritius and India in the field of Small and Medium Enterprise (SME) development was signed on Monday in Port Louis by the Minister of Business, Enterprise and Cooperatives, Mr Jangbahadoorsing Seetaram, and the Indian Minister of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprise, Mr K.H. Muniyappa.
A Rs 207-million project for the implementation of the Human Resource Management Information System (HRMIS) across the Civil Service was signed last Friday between the Ministry of Civil Service and Administrative Reforms and the State Informatics Ltd.
Friday, 06 December 2013 14:00

Mauritius makes up for the lack of the beauty quotient Featured

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Women do not easily admit they tried aesthetic medicine. But this field is not only about women’s obsession with their looks. People tend to mistake it for only being enhancement techniques while it carries a lot more meant to curb bullying, ragging and incessant mocking at school or work place. Physical attributes like scars, burn marks and varicose veins draw equal amount of unfair hostility and criticism.
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