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Friday, 07 February 2014 14:00

Hanna Imatalikhan : Voluntarism, a Way of life

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She is young and driven by the zeal of voluntarism. Her main goal is to help and contribute to the lives of youngsters’ and society at large. She truly believes that “a woman’s place is not only at home”. News on Sunday talked to Hanna Imatalikhan, a young lady aged 21, to know more about her life, social work and her advice to the youth.
The Reformus group is organising a two-day conference on LiveIslam on 8-9 February 2014, at the SVICC at Pailles. The group has invited four foreign scholars in Islam to deliver the lectures.
Friday, 07 February 2014 14:00

Shaffinaaz Khan Chady

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Teachers are usually the ones who rearrange the world for us, introduce us to new concepts like right angles, how to subtract 100 from 99, Shakespeare and globalization. Women teachers are known to be very good at emotional intelligence and that is why perhaps we tend to see in them a guide, a friend or a mother.
Friday, 07 February 2014 14:00

Urvashi Kallydin : An innovative entrepreneur

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At the age of 23, when most girls are just out of university and hunting for their first job, she has set up her matrimonial site and has a few innovative business ideas up her sleeves. This young woman entrepreneur created, along with some friends, shaadimauritius.com, a matrimonial website quite in the limelight lately. She shares her experiences, challenges and achievements from her journey so far.
Friday, 07 February 2014 14:00

HSC results are out : What next for students? Featured

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The talk of the town this week has been about the Higher School Certificate results announced on Monday. As usual, all eyes were on the newly crowned ‘laureates’ who did not only make their respective schools proud, but also their parents and teachers. Nevertheless, there were many other students who, although they did not hit ‘laureates level’ still came through with flying colours. But what’s next for them? News on Sunday investigates.
Friday, 07 February 2014 14:00

Lifestyle : Death by chocolate

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Chocolate. Deliciously sinful chocolate. There are few foods that people feel as passionate about as chocolate. It is not simply a matter of it being of its ‘sweetness’; after all, few people crave caramel, whipped cream, or bubble gum.
Friday, 07 February 2014 14:00

New road claims one life

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A spectacular accident took place on Wednesday on the new Terre Rouge-Verdun road, near Valton round about. One person was killed and three others severely injured when a Bedford truck ended up in a precipice after the driver lost control.
Friday, 07 February 2014 14:00

Bank raiders nabbed

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The Field Intelligence Unit of the Piton CID has arrested two persons suspected of being behind the bank robbery at Fond Du Sac on Monday. Two other suspects are still absconding. The robbers were caught on CCTV cameras inside the bank.
The results of the School Certificate (SC) came out on Monday. The 2013 cohort registered a percentage pass of 74.98% compared to 75.74% in 2012. Nine colleges scored 100% and 237 students obtained aggregate 6.
The Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) Mauritius held its third Career Fair over two and a half days last week. According to statistics and studies, by 2015, some 3,000 additional professionals with ACCA qualification will be required in Mauritius.
Accused parties Mohammad Osman Bacsou and Zameerouddeen Goolamhossen have recently been acquitted on a charge for having been involved in a case of traffic of stolen cars. Accused No 1 is charged with the offences of “knowingly receiving an article obtained by means of a crime” under count 1; “Aiding and abetting the author of a crime” under counts 2 and 3 and of “conspiracy” under count 4.
Magistrate Azam Neerooa sitting at the Intermediate Criminal Court has acquitted two weeks ago Visnoo Ooriah, who presented himself as the promoter of a land.
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