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With over 20 years in the private medical field, she has witnessed all the positive and negative changes which have occurred in our Mauritian society.
Friday, 28 March 2014 14:00

Reshma Ramchurn

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Blessings from elders and love from young ones have been instrumental in forging the life of many women who believe that along with career, family is important.
Friday, 28 March 2014 14:00

Feng Shui : The new trend

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With China as a world economic leader today, its ancient Chinese method of creating a harmonious environment, Feng Shui, is also gaining ground. Though suppressed in China during its cultural revolution, this practice has successfully sustained interest through time.
Friday, 21 March 2014 14:00

ISKCON responds to allegations

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The International Society for Krishna Consciousness (ISKCON) responded to the allegations made by a 31-year-old former member of the society, who said she had been abused in an ISKCON centre when she was still a minor.
Our colonialism era is gone but still, none of us would miss an opportunity to shake hands and share a few words with Her Majesty The Queen of the United Kingdom.
Amidst the lot of star schools, this is one which rarely comes in the limelight. While doing justice to its reputation of one of the best schools of the country based on its academic achievements, it can also be qualified as a pioneer for having embarked in several laudable projects. Meet the girls of Gaëtan Raynal State College (GRSC) who believe in bringing positive changes in society.
The finals of the first edition of the Intercollege Challenge Cup Debate Competition were held last week at the Rajiv Gandhi Science Centre (RGSC) at Bell Village.
Friday, 21 March 2014 14:00

Appeal: Rs 8,000 fine maintained for assault

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Justices Ashraf Caunhye and Nalini Matadeen sitting on appeal have last week upheld the ruling of the District Court of Curepipe convicting and sentencing Municipal Inspector Narain Rawoteea to a fine of Rs 8,000, after the latter was found guilty by the Magistrate on a charge of aggression on the son of a woman hawker at Rose-Hill.
The independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC) has not been able to prove its case for money laundering “beyond reasonable doubt” against the Moraby brothers.
White House advisor, Professor Michael. E. Porter, is visiting Mauritius and the Indian Ocean as from 2 April 2014.
The National Assembly is resuming its session on Tuesday 25 March after New Year vacations, that is, since the end of November 2013.
Health Minister Lormus Bundhoo has confirmed that there are 15 persons suffering from dengue fever in Triolet. They all belong to the same neighborhood at 7e Mile. Of the 15 patients, six are from the same family, three from another family and the remaining six live in the same area.

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