25 May 2013
Patrick Assirvaden: « Les choses vont de mal en pis au sein du Remake » - Saturday, 25 May 2013 17:29
Bérenger : « Je ne ferai pas pression sur mon fils Emmanuel pour qu’il intègre le MMM » - Saturday, 25 May 2013 16:30
Nouveau cas de pédophilie alléguée dans un collège, selon Pravind Jugnauth - Saturday, 25 May 2013 16:08
News on Sunday
Friday, 10 May 2013 14:29 Written by News On Sunday
We were deeply grieved at the sudden and unexpected demise of our President and one of the founder-members of English Speaking Union (ESU), Mohamad Vayid (GOSK). A man of rare intellect with a towering personality, a visionary and an incisive social and political observer and columnist, he commands the respect of both his friends and detractors. He is most admired and respected for his analytical mind for his outspokenness, frankness and fearlessness.
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Back to Dutch settlement from 1638 to 1710 there is information regarding the presence of Indian labourers or slaves on the island which they brought from their trading posts in India.
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Revisiting the west and south west of the island- exotic and green tourism ensuring plenty of fun and a panoramic view of the mountainous and ocean landscape. The trail discovers the most picturesque scenery with white sandy beaches, green lush forests and stumbling cascades.
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Published in Magazine
According to the Population Census 2011, the literacy rate which was 85% in 2000 increased to 89.8% in 2011. This was affirmed by the Minister of Education in Parliament on Tuesday.
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Published in Education
PTC Education Consultants is the oldest private recruitment and training agency in existence, having been in operation since 1988 and consists of 3 main departments: Overseas Study, Distance Learning & Professional Courses. Our Mission is to contribute proactively to the advancement of knowledge.
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Published in Education
The visions I had of India were solely based upon a few visits of some relatives who reported intense heat, pollution, chaos and filth. During my first six months in India, my expectations were met almost exactly.
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Too few people realise how important sleep is! Modern society has developed a set of well-entrenched rules that keep sleep in utmost disregard. The alarm clock is an often-used fixture in an overwhelming majority of households of the modern world. By using electric lighting, alarm clocks, sleeping pills, and shift-work, we have wreaked havoc on the process of sleep.
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Published in Health
Her pathway is that of a frail girl who transformed into a strong fighter in every sense of the way. Sensible and shy by nature, Ranini Cundasawmy did not let her weaknesses take precedence over her life. After her college studies, Ranini started practising kick-boxing for a year.
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Published in People
Friday, 10 May 2013 13:41 Written by News On Sunday
Justice Saheeda Peeroo sitting in Chambers has refused to issue an interim order in the nature of an injunction ordering Satyam Gyanam Anandam Society (SGAS) and/or its agents and/or its préposés not to prevent the applicant, Rajendra Prasad Dassruth, from exercising his duties as Spiritual Master and from holding “satsangs” at the Prashant Ashram, Dubreuil.
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Published in Court News
The National Assembly met on Tuesday 7 May with the presentation of condolences by Mr Speaker to the bereaved families who lost their dear ones in the bus accident that took place on 3 May at Soreze after a CNT bus driver lost control of his vehicle following a mechanical failure. The Prime Minister and the Leader of the Opposition shared the grief of the House to the families, after which one minute of silence was observed in remembrance of the victims.
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Published in Parliament
AFRICA’S SHARE of global foreign direct investment (FDI) has grown over the past five years, highlighting the growing interest in the continent from foreign investors, according to Ernst & Young’s third Africa Attractiveness Survey.
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FARAD AUMEER, Chairman of the Islamic Cultural Centre (ICC) announced that a selection of 600 pilgrims will be conducted through a draw, during a press conference on Wednesday. The 700 people who did not have the chance to perform the Hajj in 2012 are on the priority list. A total of 1300 visas will be allocated this year. 1,844 pilgrims have registered with the ICC for the Hajj 2013.
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