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Launched in March 2002, Krumania Dance Academy is a well-known dance group. Directed by choreographer Nirusha Routho, the dance troupe specialises in Jazz and Indian Classical Dance. News on Sunday meets the famous choreographer.
Friday, 27 February 2015 14:00

Malta Guinness Street Dance Grand Final

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The grand final of the Malta Guiness Street Dance took place on Saturday 21 February 2015 at Trianon Shopping Park. Eight finalists were shortlisted for the final round. In the solo category, the winner was Emmanuel L’Eveillé and Cyber Step Breakers won in the Group category. The winners won tickets to Paris, France, where they will attend the Hip Hop Championship competition involving some of the best hip hop dancers in the world.
Friday, 20 February 2015 14:00

International Mother Language Day at BCC School

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BCC School, Pailles, will celebrate International Mother Language Day today, Friday, 20 February.  The objective of this celebration is to make young Mauritian students aware of the history and significance of Mother Language Day.  Although this day is observed in many countries around the world, in Mauritius most people still do not know the reason behind the celebration.
Sarnah Constructions Ltd has lost its claim for damages to the tune of Rs 5 million in the litigation that has arisen between it and Banque des Mascareignes Ltée in relation to banking facilities offered by the bank in the first case and between the couple Satyakan and Dikshita Bhujun in the second case against the same bank.
Kingfisher Airlines, based in India, is said to have leased 26 of its 64-aircraft fleet through offshore companies in countries like Cayman Islands and Mauritius and paid rents far above market rates.
Friday, 20 February 2015 14:00

Former Bank Governor Bheenick on bail

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The former Governor of the Bank of Mauritius (BOM), Rundheersing Bheenick appeared at the District Court of Moka and of Port Louis on Wednesday afternoon to pay for his bail.
Friday, 20 February 2015 14:00

Ramgoolam Saga : Phone records to reveal secrets

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The Ramgoolam saga continued this week. The former Prime Minister has stepped down from his post as leader of the Labour party. Now that the money seized at his premises has already been counted, the police will proceed with the investigation of the Roches Noires case. In addition to all the evidence gleaned so far, the Central CID is now in possession of several telephone records and seven mobile phones belonging to Ramgoolam.
The Civil Service is in a zone of turbulence, following the scandals which are daily revealing shocking news of high officials caught into the net of the police.
Friday, 20 February 2015 14:00

“Democracy outside the box”

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Democracy... is a charming form of government, full of variety and disorder; and dispensing a sort of equality to equals and unequal alike. The world must be made safe for democracy.
Friday, 20 February 2015 14:00

LALIT writes to PM on Chagos

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The Right Hon Sir Anerood JUGNAUTH,
Dear Sir,
LALIT is writing this open letter to call for a public clarification on your newly elected Government’s strategy on Chagos. On 22 December 2014, we wrote to the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Hon Etienne Sinatambou, to appreciate that, at long last, political parties that are in Government have taken a firm stand in favour of putting a case before the International Court of Justice at The Hague on the issue of the re-unification of Mauritius through the completion of Mauritian de-colonization by means of the re-inclusion of Diego Garcia and the whole of Chagos within the Republic.
The Mauritius Labour Party celebrates this Sunday, 22 February 2015, its 79th anniversary. This is the first time since its creation in 1936 by Dr Maurice Curé and his fellow freedom fighters that this historical political party is at its lowest, following the scandals that rocked its foundation with huge sums of money found at the residence of Dr Navin Ramgoolam, leader of the party.
Gilbert Canabady, an entrepreneur based in Reunion Island, passed away at the end of last week, at the age of 75. What is unique of this man in the history of Indian immigrants is that he became the proprietor of the estate where his grandparents toiled as indentured labourers.
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