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Friday, 18 April 2014 13:59

Electoral Reform viewed by the youth

Electoral reform and the White Paper have taken centre stage in Mauritian politics and are even the main topic of conversation of the man in the street. 
Friday, 18 April 2014 14:02

MODEL UNITED NATIONS 2014 - Zoanl Level

The first Model United Nations (MUN) conference at zonal level took place during the last two weeks of the first term school holidays. From 7 to 18 April, Lower six students from over 35 State and Private secondary schools participated in debates on global themes and issues.
The shift from summer to winter is the period when people become prone to seasonal illness like influenza, coughing and bronchial problems, among others. Children are more vulnerable to get easily infected during winter season.
The disciplinary proceedings against barrister Mr Kalidass Sanjeev Teeluckdharry before the Supreme Court have not been struck out  following a motion entered by the latter’s counsel moving that the disciplinary proceedings be discontinued on the grounds previously communicated to the Court in a letter dated 8 October 2013 which were later slightly reformulated.
For its second participation at the Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting 2014, Mauritius will be represented by young researcher Dr Arnaud Dominique L’Omelette. General practitioner at the Ministry of Health, Dr L’Omelette has been a research assistant.
Samedi Plus Editor Dharmanand Dhooharika, previously sentenced to three months imprisonment for contempt of Court, has won his appeal at the Judicial Committee of the Privy Council.
Pravind Jugnauth stated that the adjournment of Parliament to 13 May is scandalous at a time when the population wants the Opposition to raise issues on a number of scandals that have rocked the country. 
The Prime Minister Dr Navin Ramgoolam met the Leader of the Opposition, Paul Bérenger, on Thursday afternoon at Clarisse House to discuss on electoral reforms.
Who would have thought that a secondary school of this calibre would one day see the light of day in Solferino, one of the suburbs of the town Vacoas/Phoenix?
Undoubtedly, technology is affecting family relationships. Children have little time to share with parents.
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