20 December 2014
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Seychelles Minister of Tourism Alain St. Ange was the guest of honour at the 2nd Edition of the International Tourism Fair in Madagascar last week, a Vanilla Islands event that showcases the unique attributes of the six islands of the Indian Ocean region.
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Let me say that I appreciate the PRB report allocated to teachers in Mauritius in this instance. However, I aver that we could use this scheme to better our system of education, shortfalls and stress factors that are currently manifesting themselves on families and students.
I am neither an engineer nor an urbanist. But with the little knowledge that I have, I am fully convinced that one doesn’t need to be a rocket scientist to understand that it is absolutely unnecessary to evict residents of Cassis and demolish their homes to make way for the proposed Harbour Bridge project that will link Cassis to Mer Rouge, thereby bypassing the Caudan/Place D’Armes area.
Friday, 07 June 2013 10:00

My Indian Diary

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“Man is not, by nature, deserving of all that he wants. When we think that we are automatically entitled to something, that is when we start walking all over others to get it.” Criss Jami
British American Investment Company Kenya (BAI Kenya, recently rebranded as “Britam”), the Kenyan associate of Mauritian group British American Investment Co. (Mtius) Ltd, has reported profits of Ksh 2.8 billion (Rs 1 billion) for 2012.
The BUAV Save our Monkeys campaign (www.SaveOurMonkeys.mu) has renewed its call for Mauritius to end the export of long-tailed macaques following the release of new data showing a shockingly high number of monkeys exported from Mauritius for animal experiments during 2012.
Friday, 07 June 2013 10:00

Medical Negligence – A new killer? Featured

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“I will apply for the benefit of the sick, all measures which are required, avoiding these twin traps of over treatment and therapeutic nihilism,” swore all the doctors. The credibility of doctors is subjected to questions whenever it comes to medical negligence.   
Friday, 07 June 2013 10:00

Yusuf Kadel – A writer hors-pair Featured

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Minutes tickle by time. And then half of an hour elapses. All of this in a crazy attempt to write a wow-introduction which will do justice to our interviewee this week.
Friday, 07 June 2013 10:00

Going with the Flow with Qigong

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You know that feeling when you’ve been sitting at your desk for way too long? Your brain is half asleep, and your body is on the verge of revolting. You could pop out for a quick run, but that would involve sloshing back into the office in sweaty workout garb. So instead, you go fill your coffee mug for the umpteenth time and return to your cubicle.
Mauritius is an island of promise and of prosperity, an island symbolising dreams of brighter tomorrows. But it is also an island that is fast drowning under the burden of whimsical economical faux-pas and infrastructural short-sightedness.
Friday, 07 June 2013 10:00

Public beaches in Mauritius – Beautiful but Featured

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The Mauritian coastline is one that many countries would be proud to possess. The smooth white sand, transparent blue sea and lagoons protected by reefs are visited daily by many locals as well as tourists.
Friday, 07 June 2013 10:00

History – Indians over the world Featured

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There was a time when Indians over the world could be counted on the fingers. Today Indian presence is universal. There is no country from the North Pole to the South and from East to West that does not bear the stamp of Indianism.