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Friday, 17 August 2012 12:54

About Work Placement

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The work placement programme was launched in August 2007 and has already catered for the placement of nearly 3,915 students in some 250 organisations/institutions.
With Eid round the corner, many girls, irrespective of whether they celebrate this festival or not, are getting very excited for their Eid arrangements, especially for the Mehendi part.  Eid is almost considered incomplete without Mehendi. The reason is not hard to find.
Friday, 17 August 2012 12:44

Celebration of Hindi Day in Mauritius

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On the occasion of Hindi Day celebrated in India on September 14, the High Commission of India is organising two competitions for citizens of Mauritius namely the Hindi Essay Writing Competition and the Hindi Poetry Recitation Competition.
The historian Auguste Toussaint has in his book ‘Deux siecles d’ histoire’ rightly pointed out the amount of work the building of a city of the calibre of Port Louis involved. The whole thing grew up out of nothing except that nature has endowed it with a natural harbour that made possible the growth of Port Louis.
Lack of patience, impulsiveness, poor concentration, and learning difficulties are some signs that a child may be suffering from hyperactivity. If that’s the case, immediate treatment by experts is required.
The Prime Minister Dr Navin Ramgoolam used a very derogative expression to term the Jugnauths on Wednesday at Petit Bel Air, Mahébourg, when asked by the media to share his views and comments on the current political situation.
It seems that this time the Joint Negotiating Panel (JNP) will not end its struggle until their demands are accepted. While already at war with sugar producers, the JNP is now defying the Employment Relations Tribunal (ERT). During the week, an order of the Tribunal was overlooked by the JNP and now, it has decided to boycott the ERT on Tuesday.
The new chairperson of the Bhojpuri Speaking Union Mrs Sarita Boodhoo told News on Sunday that she “is very excited about her new job’ and that she sees her nomination as a new opportunity to further what she started 30 years ago, that is the preservation and promotion of Bhojpuri. 
The US Congress voted on Thursday 2 August to renew a key provision in the African Growth and Opportunity Act (AGOA) related to Third Country Fabrics.
Friday, 10 August 2012 14:57

Imraan Hosany cleared of assault

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The editor of the weekly Sunday Times, Imraan Hosany, can finally heave a sigh of relief. On Monday, the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) informed the Court that it no longer intended to proceed with the provisional charge of aggression that was lodged against Imraan Hosany.
Friday, 10 August 2012 14:51

Mauritius Shopping Fiesta at its end

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The Mauritius Shopping Fiesta, which started on June 29, ended on Saturday at Rose Hill. A closing ceremony was held on Sunday, on the Esplanade Sir Gaetan Duval, Mahebourg. Many celebrities were present.
Friday, 10 August 2012 14:49

Facebooker seeks forgiveness

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AKrishnee Bunwaree has been released on bail. The resident of Vallée-des-Prêtres, accused of having posted racist comments on Facebook, provided a surety of Rs 25,000 and signed an acknowledgment of debt of Rs 75,000 at the District Court of Port Louis.

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