30 July 2014
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Metex Trading Co. Ltd has lost its case before the Supreme Court against the State of Mauritius, the Director General of the Mauritius Revenue Authority (MRA) and the Commissioner of Police, Dhun Iswar Rampersad, concerning a case of illegal seizure and detention of a consignment of fittings imported from an Italian Company.
What will be the role of small or regional political parties or extra parliamentarian parties during any election such as village, municipal or general elections?
If all Hindu candidates decide not to declare their community (section 2 of the Temporary Provisions Bill), this would mean that there is no Hindu community, and the BLS mechanism would surely die. This would clearly be unconstitutional.
He is young, dynamic and adventurous. Dinesh Puttee accepted the challenge to trek to Gokyori, a 5,360m peak in Nepal, for charity purposes. He decided to share his mesmerising experience of an amazing journey for a worthwhile reason with the readers of New on Sunday.
She is a strong advocate of promoting literacy among children and has been writing books that have won her international recognition, (both in Mauritius and in Europe). Priya Rughooputh-Hein is a woman who has taken the challenge to make children love reading in this fast technological era. 
Friday, 04 July 2014 14:00

War on Drugs : Victims Getting Younger Featured

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Drug abuse is a worldwide phenomenon that has a serious impact on health, economic development and family and all segments of the community. Despite being a small island, Mauritius has not been spared from this scourge. Today, our youngsters, being the future of tomorrow, are deeply involved in drugs abuse and illicit trafficking.
As citizens, we enjoy rights which are protected by the law. However, sometimes people exploit these very rights for their vested interests. For the wrongly accused, their lives are turned upside down. Their dignity, reputation, credibility, relationships... all are at stake.
It is a fact that we are living in a hi-tech era where technology is a dominating factor. Do we have to restrict applications on tablets to get students’ attention when they are already in possession of Smartphones, computers or laptops?
Friday, 27 June 2014 14:08

Mona Sookmanee-Meighoo - The Mauritian lady in Trinidad Featured

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Mona is the wife of the political analyst Dr Kirk Meighoo. Settled in Trinidad, Mona lets us discover her Trinidadian life while keeping her Mauritian values at every step of life.
The PC tablets distributed to Form V students have safety barriers which block access to websites other than educational purposes.
Friday, 27 June 2014 14:01

Chetanandsingh Shibloll - The vision of a new leader Featured

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Driven by ambition, the 28-year old Chetanandsingh Shibloll, also known as Ashish, is the brain behind the Youth In Networking (YIN) project.
Ivan Collendavelloo has launched his party, “Muvman Liberater’, at the beginning of this month after he resigned from the MMM because of his disapproval on an alliance his former leader wanted to strike with the Labour party.

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