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Friday, 13 July 2012 15:53 Written by News On Sunday
Magistrate Wendy Rangan, sitting at the Intermediate Court Civil Division, has last week awarded to Mamode Aniff Bhugeloo moral damages of Rs 40,000 for the prejudice he suffered as a result of the acts and doings of his neighbour.
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Friday, 13 July 2012 15:51 Written by Premita Leelachand
Bon Accueil Government School (BAGS) aims to become a reference not only in the education sector but in other fields as well. The only primary school to be ISO Certified, BAGS was nominated for the Public Service Excellence Award 2011, held last week at Le Meridien.
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The Open University of Mauritius Bill was passed in 2010 and it was announced that the Mauritius College of the Air will be the learning centre for the Open University. It is the third Government-funded tertiary institution after the University of Mauritius and University of Technology, Mauritius.
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The HRKAD Fund which was set up under the Finance and Audit (HRKAD Fund) Regulations 2008 provided for the setting up of a Scholarship Scheme and a Government Guarantee/Student Loan Scheme for needy students of the country having secured a seat in a local tertiary education institution.
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At the gate we are greeted by a 10 month-old dog with black polka dots sparsely scattered on his white fur, the “baby” of Elisabeth Giraudon, who tells us how she named the pet after the legendary ‘Hachiko’, the dog which is considered to be the most faithful on earth.
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Seasonal flu is affecting everyone across the country. Hospitals and health centres are treating on average 16,000 cases per week. There are many more getting treatment from private doctors while others are relying on auto-medication.
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Come on gamers! Here’s the time to show your skills. Join the Game Tech Zone 2012 at Trianon Shopping Centre on July 13, 14 and 15. Participation is free so you just have to turn up and take the challenge of who is the best gamer. The arena is open from 10h to 21h30.
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With the departure of Labourdonnais all developmental activities had come almost to a stand still. Not very much was effected until 1767 when the Crown took over the reins of government into its hands from the French East India Company.
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Published in Society
Friday, 13 July 2012 15:08 Written by Yousouf Buglow
As if there are not enough worrying social issues that in Mauritius, infertility is another source of trouble.
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Speaking at the launching ceremony of the Global Rainbow Foundation at the Indira Gandhi Centre for Indian Culture, Phoenix on Saturday 30th June last, the Prime Minister Dr Navin Ramgoolam made a few comments that were perceptibly targeted at his now archrival Sir Anerood Jugnauth.
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Published in News
Friday, 06 July 2012 16:27
Sadasiven Coopoosamy : “Youngsters commit suicide because they don’t have any capacity to face difficulties“Written by Indradev Curpen
The rising number of suicide cases in Mauritius has raised national awareness and persons of all walks of life, businessmen, politicians, and the civil society have showed concern on the issue.
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