26 May 2015
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The University of Mauritius today has its fourth Chancellor in the name of Dr Louis Jean Claude Autrey, C.S.K. On Monday, an installation ceremony was held at the Paul Octave Wiéhé Auditorium, Réduit, in the presence of the Prime Minister Anerood Jugnauth and Acting President Monique Ohsan Bellepeau, Minister of Education Leela Devi Dookun and other eminent guests.
As part of its expansion strategy, LRMG Performance Agency opens its first office in Mauritius and the region at the Moka Business Centre.
The Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) has lost in a case of rape which was dismissed by the trial Court. The appeal Bench consisting of Justices Asraf Caunhye and  G. Jugessur-Manna has rejected  the appeal lodged by the DPP contesting the  judgment of the Intermediate Court dismissing the charge of rape against  the respondent, Prakash Choonya.
Magistrate Anjalee Devi Ramdin, vice-President of the Intermediate Court, in a judgment delivered last week has found the four accused parties Notary Public Vinay Deelchand, Sandeep Appadoo, Mahendra Chooneea and Dharmanandan Sambon guilty with the offence of conspiracy in breach of Section 109 (1) of the Criminal Code (Supplementary) Act.
Alain Wong is the new Minister of Civil Service and Administrative Reforms. He was elected in Constituency No.1 (Port-Louis West / GRNW) under the banner of the Parti Mauricien Social Démocrate (PMSD).
The way to a sustainable solution for the BAI crisis can be paved only through positive thinking and negotiation. This is the predominant belief among policy holders, small and medium enterprises and creditors who fear that a tug of war between Government and the BAI Group could be detrimental mainly to them. Those who have invested in the Super Cash Back Gold are apprehensive of the worst case scenario where they do not recover their investment. Up to March 2015, before the Government intervention, BAI Co Ltd has never failed in its commitment towards them.
The Administrator Sattar Hajee Abdoula says he is not surprised at all by the interest shown by David Issacs for Courts. “As David Issacs is a specialist in that field, it is clear that he will not let such an opportunity pass by,” he said before announcing that he is overloaded with redemption projects from local groups and foreign investors.
Friday, 24 April 2015 14:00

Arrest warrant against Soornack maintained

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In a separate hearing, Magistrate Adeelah Hamuth has set aside the motion of barrister Yahia Nazroo, who was pressing for the revocation of the arrest warrants issued against his client Nandanee Soornack. 
Yousuf Mohamed, one of the lawyers of Dawood Rawat, explained on Wednesday on Radio Plus that the prosecutor has spoken of a warrant issued to be used by the Interpol to initiate procedures to locate Dawood Rawat rather than an International arrest warrant. He is contesting the issue of the warrant in Court. The motion was debated before magistrate Alvin Joypaul whose ruling is now awaited.
A Passing out Parade for 67 Prison Officers including nine female officers enlisted in August 2014 was held on Wednesday morning at the Prison Training School in Beau Bassin.
Friday, 24 April 2015 14:00

Earth Day celebrated

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Earth Day was observed on Wednesday around the world on the theme “It’s our turn to lead”. On the occasion, the Minister of Environment, Sustainable Development, Disaster and Beach Management organised a march with the aim to sensitise the Mauritian people on the ecological threats that the earth is facing.
Friday, 24 April 2015 14:00

PAL gives support to MMM

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“We are not going to take part in the forthcoming municipal elections but we shall give total support to the MMM opposition party,”  Lutchmeeparsadsing Ramsahok of the Parti Action Liberal told the media on Wednesday at the Centre Marie Reine de la Paix in Port Louis.