02 September 2014
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In line with its mandate, the NESC has produced reports ranging from Indiscipline and Violence in schools, the impact of the Global Financial crisis on the Mauritian Economy, Food Security-The Challenges for Mauritius, Employment of Persons with Disabilities, Youth Unemployment; Improving Employment Prospects, Problems of Alcoholism in Mauritius to an Opinion Report on Electoral Reform.
After having known serious economic disturbances for quite a long time because of hedging, Air Mauritius is today travelling in a clear sky and latest reports, as shown by the management last week, indicate that our national airline company is on profit and that it is even planning to buy six new planes over the next six years.
According to latest figures released, Mauritius remains prone to environmental pollution. Carbon dioxide emission, volume of waste produced and fuel used across the country have known a rapid increase, which is preoccupying.
The first edition of the National Women Entrepreneur Council Award has attracted a positive response with 257 entries received from aspiring and existing women entrepreneurs registered at the National Women Entrepreneur Council (NWEC).
Seven of our fellow citizens attended a meeting hosted by the President of the United States of America in Washington on Monday. During the Presidential Summit, Barack Obama, speaking to the 500 participants of the Washington Fellowship of the Young African Leaders Initiative (YALI), reiterated his belief in the new generation of the African continent.
Friday, 01 August 2014 14:00

Barclays Loanee wins UK trip 

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Brian Kenji Appollon is the winner of the Barclays Unsecured Loan contest. The lucky winner will fly to UK to watch the Chelsea v/s Swansea match of Barclays Premier League on 13 September.
Astonfield Renewables, a renewable energy company directed by Sourabh Sen with headquarters in New York and Mumbai, has won an order for two solar power projects with 4 mw capacity in Mauritius under the government’s 10 mw solar photovoltaic (PV) programme.
Since recent years, Africa has been seen as potential destination for investment. On its part, Mauritius is regarded as being an evolving regional treasury centre (RTC) by international institutions.
Friday, 01 August 2014 14:00

Lalit writes to Obama

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Mr. Barack Obama
President of the USA
Through USA Embassy, Port Louis
28 July, 2014
Dear Sir,
We believe that you, as President of the USA, are in an extremely compromised position as arms-provider to Israel, and this for four reasons:
Magistrate Raj Seebaluck sitting at the Intermediate Court (Civil Division) has, last week, ruled in favour of Beebee Farida Ramdin and her family in a case of damages entered by them following a road accident, in which she was severely injured.
Imagine an enterprise built mainly on cassava biscuits and which stood the test of time for 144 years and which up to now, experiences a sustainable growth. Sounds surreal, but it is the reality of the Biscuiterie H. Rault at Mahébourg.
Friday, 01 August 2014 14:00

Lida O’Reilly : Dressing world celebrities Featured

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Thriving for years on the international as well as local fashion scene, Mauritian designer Lida O’Reilly has an impressive portfolio. Her outstanding talent in ‘haute couture’ has conquered the hearts of global personalities as well as local people. Creator of glamorous and sophisticated clothing lines, the leading fashion designer will unveil an exclusive wedding gown collection in October in India.

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