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The second edition of the Mauritius Excellence Awards for Cooperatives (MEAC) was officially launched this week by the Minister of Business, Enterprise and Cooperatives, Mr Jangbahadoorsing Seetaram.
DR JACK KEEL: The mobile phone can prove to be a killer eventually?
MR HIDING: What makes you say so?
Friday, 21 March 2014 14:00

When flight equals fright Featured

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Claustrophobia, acrophobia and other air travel phobias are known to cause some nervousness in passengers, especially during a long flight. Recent MH370 Malaysian missing flight is certainly inflating the stress for us and even for those who enjoy being in the skies. At home, is our national carrier ensuring our safety?
Friday, 21 March 2014 14:00

Abolition of gender stereotypes

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On  the occasion of Women’s Day, I have to convey to Mauritian people that, as a young representative of the 52% female population of our country, I feel unhappy.
Friday, 21 March 2014 14:00

Keseena Cahengadu : A remarkable achievement

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She is smart, beautiful, independent and hard working. At only 25, she has almost everything any young adult of her age would dream of. Keseena Chengadu is the Director of a multinational company since August 2013.
Friday, 21 March 2014 14:00

Prithee Ajodah : Lady Healer

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An unassuming woman with a quick smile, Prithee is transforming lives through her work as an NLP, EFT and Quantum Healing Practitioner. She believes that in the end, it all boils down to getting rid of the barriers which prevent us from shining.  Her aim is to lead people in their personal healing and self-development, while spreading smiles and positivism all the way. Without further ado, read on about the lovely lady herself !
Friday, 21 March 2014 14:00

Priya Mareachealee Singh

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Many girls acknowledge life coaching by their dads as the key reason for their success. From toddler through adolescence to a successful woman, a father is the friend and mentor in a girl’s life. Priya Mareachealee Singh relentlessly follows the footsteps and teaching of her father and is poised as one of the most successful entrepreneurs in Mauritius.
Many of us agree that it is quite hazy to trace the root and history of composting.  Yet, it is believed that it is a technique which was adopted since ancient times. In our local context, it can be said that compost making is not a myth.
‘Le Defi Quotidien’ highlighted, in its Tuesday 18 March edition, the tragic human story of two young girls- one is only 13 years old and she has been sold to ten men in one night.
A Mayor that is loved by its city; someone who loves what he does, cycles to work, promotes community exchange & societal values, and protects cultural heritage; it almost feels too good to be true! Brad Pettitt, Dean of the School Sustainability at Murdoch University & Mayor of the famous Fremantle Port City in Australia, shares with News on Sunday his philosophies oriented towards building a truly healthy and sustainable community.
Friday, 21 March 2014 14:00

Misleading Indicators

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“If you can’t measure it, you can’t manage it.” That is the wisdom behind metrics like gross domestic product and other aggregate indicators that signal the health of national economies around the world. Policymakers and planners have used these numbers for decades to help them understand how to guide domestic economic growth.
Friday, 21 March 2014 14:00

Ring Road cracks due to ‘faulty design’

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The consulting firm Arab Consulting Engineers, who worked on the Ring Road project, has already submitted a preliminary report to the Road Development Authority on the cracks noted on part of this road in Pailles.

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