21 October 2014
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News On Sunday

Friday, 17 October 2014 14:00

Rs 2 M damages for 18% incapacity

François Joseph Charles Pilot, who was severely burned in both legs in the course of a visit within the boundaries of Mount Sugar Estate when he fell in a heap of burning matter, has been awarded moral damages to the tune of Rs 2 million by the Supreme Court last week.
The Intermediate Court having on the bench Magistrate Maryse Panglose-Cala has set aside the plaint with summons entered by Satyaveer Kallychurn, an inhabitant of Belle Etoile, Coromandel, Beau Bassin, against the State of Mauritius, represented by the Attorney general, the Permanent secretary of the Ministry of Health and Quality of Life and the Acting Director of the Pharmaceutical Services of the Parent Ministry for having refused to the plaintiff the importation of a prohibited vitamin.
At the heart of the tranquil village of Mapou is a unique treasure. The majestic Château de Labourdonnais reigns in its entire splendor on a blooming natural estate. Beautifully restored, this centenary family mansion invites you to a trip in the nineteen century’s way of life.
Friday, 17 October 2014 14:00

Forte : a unique touch to your parties

Themed parties are very common in European countries but in Mauritius, we rarely see such parties. Screnika Singh Purmanan has brought this concept from abroad and integrated it in the Mauritian culture. Her small company Forte specialises in kids event planning.
Divali, the festival of lights, sweets and crackers, will be celebrated by people of Hindu faith around the world and in Mauritius next Thursday. Divali, which signifies the victory of light over darkness, is also an opportunity for traders to cash in on sales of a range of products and services.
Friday, 17 October 2014 14:00

Voting at the age of 16 : Bane or boon ?

Lowering the voting age is one of the main propositions of the Labour Party/MMM alliance. During the meeting held on Sunday, both Paul Bérenger and Navin Ramgoolam announced they will lower voting age to 16 for municipal and village elections. News On Sunday brings to you various reactions.
A Trade Obstacles Alert Mechanism, to be operated using the existing Mauritius Trade Portal platform and used by the business community to report obstacles which they may encounter during their trading activities, was introduced to relevant stakeholders during a national workshop on Thursday at Le Labourdonnais Waterfront Hotel, in Port Louis.
A qualified draughtsman and teacher at the Law & Management Business School, he completed his studies at Lycée Polytechnique, Flacq. Meet Muzzamil Kataully, who, apart from running his company Asyaa Engineering & Int Dec Ltd, has a strong passion for short film production.
Friday, 17 October 2014 14:00

Electoral Campaign : Key issues at heart

The polling day is yet to be announced but the electoral campaign is in full swing. After the battle of the crowds that took place on Sunday last, the Labour-MMM alliance (renamed as the Alliance of Unity and Modernity) and the Alliance Lepep (regrouping the MSM, PMSD and ML), each claims to have attracted a larger crowd than its opponents.
DR JACK KEEL: World Food Day was observed this week.
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