27 May 2015
There was a time when Indians over the world could be counted on the fingers. Today Indian presence is universal. There is no country from the North Pole to the South and from East to West that does not bear the stamp of Indianism.
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The Indian immigrants and even the slaves had taken refuge in the east of the island for it constituted an important centre. The road crossing it is a heavy traffic thoroughfare connecting Trou d’Eau Douce and the road to the South.
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It is quite a large village in the district of Flacq in the east of the island. It stretches over a length of over a mile with branches and avenues far into the interior. All of them post beautiful houses, luxurious and a few brand new flourish the Malaysian architecture that is a craze today. No need to say that they are decorated with colours and flowers.
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Friday, 24 May 2013 13:56 Written by Devanand Rampersad
This strip neglected and ignored for quite a long time is now gaining recognition owing to the development of both cultural and green tourism. Every nook and corner seems to enjoy a special attention if it satisfies certain criteria: accessibility, location, and greeneries conducive to a lot of fun and frolic.
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The South West by its variety and still unpolluted and unspoilt greenery continues to thrill and dazzle tourists and locals alike. Whatever itinerary followed the same pleasure and joys fill their heart.
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Revisiting the west and south west of the island- exotic and green tourism ensuring plenty of fun and a panoramic view of the mountainous and ocean landscape. The trail discovers the most picturesque scenery with white sandy beaches, green lush forests and stumbling cascades.
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Sunday, 05 May 2013 13:03 Written by Fernando Thomas
Combattre la pauvreté avec la musique ! Tel est l’objectif du festival « Jazz Bato », à Madagascar, qui se déroule sur deux jours, du 8 au 10 juin. Vingt « zouvriers » de l’atelier Mo’Zar seront de la partie. Ils donneront un concert de deux heures.
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Friday, 03 May 2013 18:14 Written by Devanand Rampersad
There is no point repeating week in week out about the progress the villages are making socially and economically that are helping them move out of the quagmire they were wallowing in some five decades back.
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This is going to be a new discovery for all the music lovers in Mauritius. Immedia has invited the reggae music group ‘Groundation’ for a unique concert in the island on June 7 at SVICC, Pailles.
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Friday, 26 April 2013 10:00 Written by News On Sunday
Monday 22 April marked the 43rd commemoration of Earth Day. Throughout the world, people gather annually to clean up their neighborhoods and to demonstrate their support for environmental protection.
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Mauritius is a lucky place situated far from the hue and cry disturbing and disrupting life as in USA and Europe and elsewhere. Its coast though rugged, rocky and indented at places offers safe havens for a dreamy and soothing existence. As a family destination it is hard to think of anywhere more peaceful.
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