18 December 2014
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A Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on collaboration in the fields of tertiary education, science, research and technology will be signed by the Ministry of Tertiary Education, Science, Research and Technology and the Ministry of Education of the Republic of Ghana.
Pascal and Karine, two French citizens settled in Mauritius share their passion for diving with their clients in a family atmosphere. The diving centre at Trou aux Biches opens its doors to a new world where one can explore an amazing universe and colourful landscape.
Darshinee Choollun, 22, is a Final Year BA (Hons) Fine Arts Student in Painting, at the University of Mauritius. She is also a Graphic Designer at Textile Avenue Ltd and Freelance Artist.
In an interlocutory ruling delivered a couple of days, Justice Nirmala Devat, sitting in Chambers, has upheld the decision of the Mauritius Revenue Authority (MRA) to seize the Mercedes car of Ashis Seeburrun at the domicile of Thierry Lagesse.
A.J.L.Tallot lost a second time, this time before the Appeal Court. In a judgment delivered last week, Justices Ashraf Caunhye and Abdulrafick Hamuth sitting on appeal have dismissed his appeal with costs.
The table has turned in No 10. All the elected candidates in No 10 are those who have only recently joined politics. It is surprising enough to note that these three candidates have driven out two known candidates of the Labour Party-MMM alliance, Indranee Seebun and Govindranath Gunness (Ajay). With 19, 834 (52.6%) votes in 2005, Indranee Seebun has encountered a severe defeat this time.
In Constituency No 8, the victory of 3 – 0 for Alliance Lepep did not come as a surprise, as the MSM leader Pravind Jugnauth was elected twice here, firstly in the by-election of 2009 and secondly at the 2010 elections. 
All eyes were glued on this constituency because after 14 years, Sir Anerood Jugnauth (SAJ) made his comeback to active politics. The three candidates Alliance Lepep, Sir Anerood Jugnauth, Vishnu Lutchmeenaraidoo and Satyaprakashsing Rutnah have not only been elected, but there is also a huge gap between the third and the fourth candidate.
The battle of the votes in Constituency No 6 fuelled speculations that the Labour Party-MMM was strong in this region.  Nevertheless, the results showed the opposite. The three elected members Ashit Gungah, Sudesh Ragoobur and Sangeet Fowdar are members of Alliance Lepep.
He was the only leader who has never known personal defeat since he joined politics; however, it seems that history was bent upon making him follow the tradition of all political leaders of Mauritius.
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