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Friday, 01 November 2013 09:00

Mauritian PR acumen internationally applauded

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Public relations is getting tougher in the 21st century as communication moves from conventional media and the internet starts speaking faster and louder to the world. Businesses, having to deal with a more responsive audience, have made PR as one of the major pillars of the organisation. Javed Bolah, a PR professional, is seemingly an extremely busy bee working, travelling and innovating. Let’s see what he’s got to share as we catch him from a proud hover after the Global Brand Excellence Award 2013.
Cyclists from Mauritius and from Reunion Island and South Africa competed in three classic racing events last weekend, namely the fourth edition of Salchain Vets and Masters Tour, the 3rd edition of Yop Under 23 Tour of Mauritius and the 5th edition of CRA International.
Friday, 18 October 2013 09:05

Dr Chandan Jankee : Dont waste another Budget

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Some Proposals for Mr Manraj
Dr Chandan Jankee is Associate Professor of Economics at the University of Mauritius and a keen observer of the economic policies of Government. This is one of the reasons for his analysis of the Mauritian economy to get the attention of intellectuals in the public and private sectors. News on Sunday talked to Dr Jankee and asked him about a few proposals which may help the Minister of Finance at meeting the challenges of the preparation of his 2014 Budget.
The Sovereign Military Hospitaller Order of St John of Jerusalem of Rhodes and of Malta, better known as the Order of Malta is present in Mauritius for more than 35 years.
Mr. Bhudeo Krishna Sudarshan visited Mauritius recently. He is the current chairperson of the Dr. Y. K. Sudharshan Krishna Singh Educational Foundation Trust (Patna), the Krishna Sudarshan Charitable Trust (New Delhi), the Krishna Sudarshan Institute of Technology (Jharkhand) and the Sudharshan Institute of Medical Science Pvt. Ltd. (Nepal).
Shyam Saran (born September 4, 1946) was Foreign Secretary with the Government of India. He has served as Indian Ambassador to Nepal, Indonesia and Myanmar, High Commissioner to Mauritius, Joint Secretary in the Prime Minister’s Office, Deputy Chief of Mission in Tokyo and Counsellor in the Indian Embassy in Beijing. He also served as India’s special Envoy for Climate change from April 2008 to February 2010. In 2011, he was honoured with the Padma Bhushan by the Government of India.   
In line with its mandate to provide a forum for constant dialogue and consensus building on all matters related to human resource development, the Human Resource Development Council (HRDC) is organising an international conference on October 17 and 18, 2013, at Le Meridien Hotel.
October 1st is the Memorial Day for the founding of the People’s Republic of China. A military parade was held at Tiananmen Square in Beijing on that day and in Mauritius the Chinese embassy held a banquet to celebrate the event last week. At the beginning China did not have many friends because it is a communist state and had little place in the world assembly of nations.
The state of our oceans was the main focus of the speech of the Prime Minister, Dr Navin Ramgoolam, at the United Nations General Assembly a few days ago. News on Sunday approached the vice-president of Reef Conservation, Veerle Jaynut-Van Roy to find out whether our lagoons and the ocean surrounding the island are in good health.
With the opening of the new SSR airport and with the Ocean Economy which is becoming more and more of interest to the economic development of the country, the Financial Services Commission is to play an important role at promoting investment in these sectors.
Emmanuel Richon has had a long career in Museum restoration activities in Paris, Sydney and in Mauritius since 1980. After having recovered the great paintings of the St Francis Church in Pamplemousses, at St Louis Cathedral and those at the City Hall of the Municipality of Port Louis, he has worked on the recovery of the collection of the Blue Penny Museum where he is today the curator.
Malcolm de Chazal, one of the most enigmatic of the island literary figures and who remains until to-day a misunderstood personality will be in the limelight in the coming weeks.

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