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Friday, 10 October 2014 14:00

Téléplus closer to its audience

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Since Tuesday, internet users can watch the latest news of the electoral campaign on Téléplus at 7pm. “It is something not to miss until the elections. It is a comprehensive product for convergence and in a competitive environment,” said Nawaz Noorbux, Director of Information of Radio Plus.
Friday, 10 October 2014 14:00

Married life turns into hell for Indian expat Featured

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For myriad foreigners, getting married to a Mauritian and settling down on the exquisite island is still synonymous to a fairy tale. Mauritius, which is often portrayed as Paradise to other parts of the world, can unfortunately turn into a real hell for expatriates. Meet Nehi Chaudhary Keenoo, a young Delhite who tells us more about her misfortunes here, how her hopes were shattered, and her struggle for justice.
The 2nd edition of the Salon du Prêt-à-Partir, organised by Events Plus, in collaboration with Radio Plus and the Défi Media Group, will take place from 17 to 19 October at the SVICC, Pailles.
l DR JACK KEEL: Which meeting are you attending this Sunday?
l MR HIDING: Who told you I was attending a meeting on Sunday?
Friday, 10 October 2014 14:00

Gandhi remembered

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One man who always stood for peace and valued it above political and ideological conflicts, Mahatma Gandhi’s views were always focused on as all-round education, not just literacy. He stressed on the development of a child as a whole, not just the mind.
Apollo Bramwell Hospital’s laboratory services have been ranked among the top 9% of the world’s best laboratories, according to a report issued by a renowned US-based organisation.  Apollo Bramwell’s laboratory was evaluated by the External Quality Assurance Service, run by Bio-Rad, experts in laboratory quality control. The organisation also develops, manufactures and markets a broad range of innovative tools and services to the life science research and clinical diagnostics markets.
Putting their competence at the service of the needy: This is what Barclays Bank staff members are doing in the context of its 2014 edition of ‘Make A Difference Day’.
Since 15 September 2014, Yousouf Ismaël, economist, is the CEO of Global Finance Mauritius (GFM). The new CEO, all set to serve the multi-dimensional development of the financial industry in Mauritius, shares his priorities with the readers of News on Sunday. 
Friday, 10 October 2014 14:00

Cyber jungle becomes user-friendly

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Want to take a stroll along Wall Street? Or strut down Park Avenue? Or head towards Silicon Valley? Well, just land at Ebène Way Boulevard and find out for yourself.
Friday, 10 October 2014 14:00

How the economy is performing

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This year, our economy has been marked by many external factors, especially the effects of the crisis that is still prevailing in our major markets. Moreover, the country is actually going through political uncertainties that have somehow lead to an impact on consumer behavior and business investment. News on Sunday seeks the views of economic observers.
Humans require food, water, and living space in order to survive. These things do not exist in endless abundance and are derived both from abiotic and biotic sources, making humans inherently dependent upon the optimisation of land area and the preservation of biodiversity.  News on Sunday meets Mr R. Veerapen, an entrepreneur in hydroponics.
Created in 2001, this enterprise specialised in the food industry has built a strong reputation. La Trobe Co. Ltd has developed local production and created its own brands in a hyper-competitive market. Lawrence Wong, owner of the enterprise is proud to say that La Trobe was the first company to produce UHT milk locally and the first to launch a packaging unit, Tetra Pak, the world’s leading reference. An innovative enterprise by a forward looking entrepreneur, La Trobe’s best days are still to come.

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