24 November 2014
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The Human Resource Development Council (HRDC) will focus on innovative projects in micro-mechanics for the jewellery, watch and diamond sector, which has a wide scope for development.
The Trust Fund Agreement for the Resource Efficient and Cleaner Production (RECP) Programme for the manufacturing sector was signed on Wednesday by Osman Mahomed, Executive Chairman of the Maurice Ile Durable (MID) Commission and the United Nations Development Programme Representative, Mr. Simon Springett.
Indian External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj was on official visit in Mauritius from 1 to 3 November to participate as chief guest in the 180th anniversary of the arrival of Indian indentured labourers on the island. She spent 36 hours participating in various socio-cultural activities and left the country on Monday, after having conceded a loan of Rs 19.5 billion, the highest ever credited to Mauritius by a foreign country.
Since Monday, the 21st edition of the Work Placement Programme for Lower Six students started. Organised by the Human Resource Development Council (HRDC), the aim is to familiarise Lower Six students with the world of work and present them with the different career prospects that lay ahead.
The project concerns two young Mauritian university students, Shaheen Doussoruth and Mishka Bundhoo, who had to travel to Italy and Ireland. For them, it was a project full of unique and learning experiences.
Friday, 07 November 2014 14:00

The Express way : Digital Library

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No more waiting! No more queuing to get a book, lovers of the literacy world, you are served through the Digital libraries available on the net.
Friday, 07 November 2014 14:00

Clean energy from waste by 2017

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Two Waste to Energy (WtE) projects in the context of efficient and most meaningful Municipal Solid Waste will be operational by mid-2017. This was announced by Local Government Minister Hervé Aimée.   The two plants, one in the north-east and the other one in the central part of the island are expected to produce up to 36 Mega Watts of electricity using Ultra High Temperature (UHT) gasification technology and process.
Friday, 07 November 2014 14:00

Associated Textiles : Thriving through the years

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Created in 1989, the company has become a pioneer in household linen for hotels. Indeed, despite the ups and down in 2012 and 2013, Associated Textiles bounced back by launching new activities, generating more added value and conquering new export markets. The company’s turnover has thus increased to over 41%. For Christian Regnard, innovation is obviously and absolutely the key to a successful enterprise.
Looking for something different, fun and exciting to do for your children these school holidays or for their next birthday party? Come down and get a thrilling action ride at Cinema 5D.
Team SYNthesis (Mauritius & Africa) Ltd, in collaboration with the University of Technology, Mauritius(UTM) held the 6th Annual Leadership Gathering on 24 October 2014 at Le Meridien Hotel, Balaclava.  With ‘Integrating an Innovative Future for Mauritius’ as the theme, this year’s gathering was graced by His Excellency President Rajkeswur Purryag in the presence of 300 industry captains (Chairmen, CEOs, DGs, GMs) and participants of the Project Leadership Certification (PLC) course.
In the last few years, popular culture has seen a number of trends and one of the most significant is a new fascination for energy drinks. Where once sodas and coffee were champions of the energizing beverage world, nowadays energy drinks tops the list of favorites. Mostly consumed by young people, the Mauritian market for these products has witnessed considerable growth. News on Sunday reports...
Friday, 07 November 2014 14:00

Power consumption : Is it higher in summer?

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Do we spend more in summer or in winter? In winter, we tend to spend money in getting clothes and food which keep us warm and cosy but, in summer, we invest in getting new cooling machines in every room. Moreover, the electricity bill shoots up during the six summer months of the year.

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