30 July 2015
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Murielle Lai Chin Kon, 28, is at the helm of a few organisations. She is the President of Agricultural Society at the University of Mauritius, the Networking Champion of the not-for-profit organisation Women in Networking (WIN) and the Vice President of Junior Chamber International Curepipe. Volunteering is in her DNA and doing research is her next challenge.
Having started manufacturing candles since 1995, Luxhmee Hurry, director of Shash Creation Ltd and chandler (candle manufacturer) is an independent and hardworking woman, whose main aim is to provide high quality products. Irrespective of the situation, she will never delay or refuse orders for her products and services.
Friday, 17 July 2015 14:00

Juggling work and family life Featured

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Striking the right balance between work and family life has always been a challenge. Life after marriage and after having babies is very different. This week, the young professionals narrate how they have to accomplish both their professional and personal commitments.
Phoenix Beverages Ltd has lost its appeal before the Appeal Court which has  upheld the ruling of the  Black River District Court finding the appellant company guilty of distributing food containing foreign matter in breach of section 16 (3) (b) of the food Act 1998 and sentencing it to pay a fine of Rs 10,000 and Rs 100 as costs. Before the trial Court, the appellant company had pleaded not guilty to the charge and was defended by counsel.
The former Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Mauritius Post and Cooperative Bank Ltd (MPCB), Lakshmana Lutchmeenaraidoo, who was claiming damages to the tune of Rs 10,053,537 on ground of unjustified dismissal, has lost his case against his employer before the Supreme Court Civil Division. In a judgment delivered by Justice Prithiviraj Fekna, the Court has come to the conclusion that the plaintiff has failed to establish his case for breach of contract or for unfair dismissal. The Plaint with summons is accordingly dismissed with costs for the defendant company.
The Global Rainbow Foundation, under the Chairmanship of Professor Armoogum Parsooramen, invited two eminent surgeons from India for a two-day conference on the development of novel technologies in foot and ankle surgery.
Friday, 10 July 2015 14:00

Eu Gene Ang: “It’s not the end of print media” Featured

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Eu Gene Ang is in Mauritius this week for a conference on Fast Track Digital Marketing by AEA Training Centre at Voilà Hotel in Bagatelle. He explains the challenges facing advertisers and the print media business with the increasing importance of digital content.
Friday, 10 July 2015 14:00

Air Mauritius first flight to Chengdu

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The first scheduled Air Mauritius flight to Chengdu departed on Monday 6 July at 17h545. Chengdu thus becomes the fourth destination of the airline in China after Hong Kong, Shanghai and Beijing.
Friday, 10 July 2015 14:00

LG G4: An ambitious Smartphone

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LG & Dragon Electronics last week unveiled the latest LG flagship Smartphone. The new LG G4 is the successor to the LG G3. The LG G4 camera features a unique F1.8 aperture lens which allows 80% more light to hit the image sensor than in the LG G3. The LG G4 is launching at Rs 29,995 with Genuine Handcrafted Leather back. A special value gift pack worth Rs 6,000 is also offered: Google drive 100GB (for 2 years), One 32 GB class 10 micro SD card, LG Battery Charging Kit, a second protective back cover, 3GB Internet Data package. 
Friday, 10 July 2015 14:00

BAI assets on sale

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Many buildings and other assets belonging to the BAI group are up for sale to the highest bidder. The two administrators Mushtaq Oosman and Yogesh Basgeet will proceed to the liquidation of assets in order to raise funds to repay debts, especially the reimbursement of clients of BA Insurance and Bramer Asset Management.
Friday, 10 July 2015 14:00

ICAC probes DPP’s estate

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The Independent Commission Against Commission is investigating an alleged case of conflict of interest involving the Director of Public Prosecution, Me Satyajit Boolell in a real estate project.
Friday, 10 July 2015 14:00

Former CEO of MPCB arrested

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On Wednesday, the former CEO of Mauritius Post and Cooperative Bank (MPCB) Rajiv Beeharry was arrested for allegedly granting a total of Rs 1.4 billion in loans.  Police are specifically interested in the circumstances in which these loans were granted, especially as the guarantees offered by the borrowers were not sufficient to cover the amount disbursed. Investigators are verifying whether all the procedures and criteria have been met for granting such loans. Beeharry was detained overnight at Vallee Pitot police cell. He appeared in court on Thursday where he was charged of “conspiracy to commit a wrongful act”.
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