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Being wheelchair-bound and managing a small enterprise is no easy task. The world of Pravind Boozedhur, an IT diploma holder, changed drastically when he found himself compelled to use a wheelchair. Today, a commitment to excel and a positive attitude towards life are his two main guiding forces.
Friday, 08 August 2014 14:00

Personalised gifts : A flourishing business

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Small businesses have lately been mushrooming around the island. One of the most common is the personalisation of gifts. Many people are exploiting their talents and bringing innovations in this emerging industry. Just adding a name or an initial to the simplest items can change them from something basic to something special. Personalised gifts are splendid for people of any age group and they are gifts that fit every budget.
Friday, 08 August 2014 14:00

Deer Hunting : An affordable sport

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Often thought to be a luxurious activity reserved for the elite society, deer hunting is in fact a rather accessible and affordable sport. From June 1 to September 30 every year in Mauritius, deer hunting attracts both tourists and Mauritians looking forward to some thrill. We attended one session of deer hunting in one of the 70 parks in Mauritius and hereunder is our experience as a hunter for three exciting hours.
Friday, 08 August 2014 14:00

Dream Art Academy : A new vision for the youth Featured

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Since its  inception in 2010, Dream Art Academy (D.A.A) has been aiming to promote young, artistic talents in Mauritius and by giving youngsters the opportunity to showcase their love for Art and fulfil their artistic dreams. It remains the very first group of this kind to have been created in the country.
Artee Beegoo-Madhun is a Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE) and a Fellow of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (FCCA).
Friday, 08 August 2014 14:00

Child Prostitution : A curse affecting Paradise Island Featured

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Child prostitution exists in many countries and sadly our little island has not been spared from the clutches of this gruesome business of money and pleasure. Ironically, networks of sexual exploitation operate in a country where children’s rights are trumpeted.
Kentucky Fried Chicken, McDonald’s, Pizzas, Kebabs or ‘dholl puri’... The consumption of fast food in Mauritius has considerably grown among Mauritians during the past few years.
Dean Rungen, 25 years old, a simple but energetic and multi-talented young social worker has won The Outstanding Young Person of the year 2014 (TOYP) competition organised by JCI Mauritius. He dedicates his success to street children and poor people.
Mauritius is ranked 6th and is placed among the top ten countries worldwide, where it is interesting to establish a physical and tax residence, according to the 2014 rankings on the least taxed countries across the world published by the firm Bradley Hackford.
A new academic year unfolds at the University of Mauritius this Monday. With 4,300 new entrants, the student population goes beyond 12,000. In a bid to familiarize the newcomers, the Students’ Union, in collaboration with the University, organised an Induction Week for them.
Dr Maurice Curé State College is considered as the second-best girl’s college of the country. Its academic achievement, however, often overshadows the success of DMC girls in fields other than academic. From health to football through the environment, gymnastics, hula-hoop, zumba, and debate competitions, the girls are constantly showing their talent.
The appeal Court, having on the bench Justices Saheeda Peeroo and Prithiviraj Fekna has, last week, upheld the ruling of the Fair Rent Tribunal concerning the “market rent of the ground floor of a building consisting of six floors in the centre of Curepipe at Rs 45 square foot in two appeals lodged by Joel Rey against The Registrar of the Fair Rent Tribunal and Currimjee Jeewanjee Properties Ltd in the first case and Joel Rey against Currimjee Jeewanjee Properties Ltd in the second case.

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