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Friday, 15 May 2015 14:00

Dr Vasant Bunwaree : “Why should Ramgoolam go?” Featured

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How do you analyse the situation within the Labour Party?
Since last year, I have repeated several times that the Labour Party has lost its credibility and values. It is no more a credible party and things cannot continue like this.
One month to go for the municipal elections. All parties and alliances responded positively to the call of registration on Wednesday 13 May 2015.  Thirty parties and two alliances have registered for the coming elections.  All the major political parties will more or less stick to traditional ways of conducting the campaign.
Friday, 15 May 2015 14:00

Suicides take its toll on QEC students Featured

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The five-star secondary school has lost its cheerfulness. Two of its brilliant students have committed suicide within a few weeks. Many people are in awe after these two shocking incidents, the causes of which remain unknown. “I made my decision. It’s finalised.
Friday, 15 May 2015 14:00

Engineering : Where women don’t fear to tread Featured

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Engineering is still looked upon as a man’s world. Women, however, have made significant inroads in this field in the past few decades. Female engineers are challenging set stereotypes about women’s abilities to tackle men’s jobs.
The Prime Minister, Sir Anerood Jugnauth has reiterated his commitment towards good governance and in further partnering with the global bodies of Chartered Accountants with a view to establishing a good framework for the Financial Services sector.
The first session of the sixth National Assembly, which started on 27 January 2015, is now adjourned to 1 September 2015 after having held 26 sittings during which the Leader of the Opposition put 19 Private Notice Questions to the Prime Minister and to Ministers.
Friday, 15 May 2015 10:30

Claudio Fiestritzer arrested

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Investigation and arrests in the BAI saga continue. Dawood Rawat’s son in law Claudio Fiestritzer was arrested on Thursday. He will be interrogated on the Management Fees of Rs 15 million per month drawn from the accounts of Iframac.
Given its location on a seismic fault line, another major earthquake had long been feared in the Himalayan nation of Nepal following a disaster in 1934 that flattened much of the capital Kathmandu.
Friday, 08 May 2015 14:00

Arrest Warrant against Iqbal Mallam-Hassam Featured

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On Thursday, ICAC issued an arrest warrant against Iqbal Mallam-Hassam. He was asked to provide clear explanation on the real estate deal worth Rs 105 million signed with Bramer Property Fund on behalf of the Ottoman Capital Ltd.   
The interrogations of Anil Bachoo continue. He explained to the CCID that he was not responsible for the Betamax project and never put any kind of pressure on former PS Kandasamy Pather. He further stated that he was unaware of the procedures surrounding the project as this was the responsibility of the former PS. He denied the threat of dismissal as accused by the former PS.  
The Chairperson and the other members of the Board of the Media Trust will be appointed soon, said the Prime Minister, Sir Anerood Jugnauth in reply to a Parliamentary question in the National Assembly last week pertaining to the constitution of the Board of Media Trust.
Rumours about the state of affairs at the Mauritius Post and Cooperative Bank Ltd (MPCB) have now been confirmed. The bank faces non-performing loans amounting to Rs 1.7 billion.
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