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Friday, 26 October 2012 12:00

Some Indian flagships in Mauritius

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SBI
SBI (Mauritius) Ltd has emerged as a strong bank after the amalgamation of Indian Ocean International Bank Ltd with SBI International (Mauritius) Ltd, both subsidiaries of State Bank of India, the largest Commercial Bank of India.
Friday, 19 October 2012 12:25

Orange Tablets at affordable prices

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You might have come across it at Infotech 2012 but the Orange Tablet was officially launched only last week. It is now on sale across the network of Orange shops all over the island at rather affordable prices.
Tuesday, 16 October 2012 19:43

Greenpeace calls at Port Louis harbour

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The Greenpeace flagship Rainbow Warrior is calling at the Port Louis harbour this weekend after sailing in the high seas of the Indian Ocean, having completed a two-week campaign with government officials in Mozambican waters. In fact the warm waters of the Mozambican channel have pushed Albacore tuna further south and fishing vessels have followed.
Laventure is nicely nestled on the boundary between Flacq and Rivière du Rempart. It was an orchard belonging to a certain Mr Laventure who split it and sold it by lots to the Indian immigrants who by dint of hard work and sacrifices had saved a few cents and could afford the land. It is a fairly large village with a population of approximately 5,500, almost all descendants of Indian immigrants.
Tuesday, 16 October 2012 18:24

Bees by Bharat Telecom

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Bharat Telecom kicked off its commercial operations of Fibre To The Home (FTTH) services on October 1, 2012. Baptised Bees, this new service is in line with the Government’s vision to democratise Internet access in the country.
Voici des données sur la production agricole et l’aquaculture à l’île Maurice au cours des six premiers mois de 2012, publiées par l’Economic and Social Indicators.
Friday, 05 October 2012 14:42

HTC One X + unveiled

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The HTC One X + was unveiled in America on Tuesday but little has been said about its release date and price. It is a beefed up version of its predecessor, the original One X – a quite popular smartphone in Mauritius.
Friday, 28 September 2012 16:42

Grande Rosalie – A green natural gem

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Grande Rosalie is a small cosy village with a population of hardly 1,500 inhabitants. It is nestled between The Mount Sugar Estate and Ville Bague. It may be at the cross road of three main arteries sprouting from Piton,  Rivière du Rempart and  Port Louis passing through Pamplemousses , the Mount with all the natural paraphernalia that the area boasts of.
Friday, 28 September 2012 15:20

Book Lamp : Stylish bedtime reading

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If you are among those who love night-time reading but want to avoid burning the lamp all night and be trendy, then go for the Book Lamp. It’s very now. It’s very then. Enjoy your late-night reading without disturbing others or straining your eyes.
Friday, 21 September 2012 16:49

Gokoola – Simply natural, divine and solemn

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Gokoola is a fairly large village in the district of Riviere du Rempart in the north of the island. As its name implies it is named after Gokul, a village in Uttar Pradesh (UP) in India, from where the many Indian immigrants hailed and spread to sites close to Phooliyar. They chose that site, settled there and named it Gokul, hence Gokoola.
Friday, 21 September 2012 15:54

Le Saint Aubin – Colonial charm at its best

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Recap: We are in the tropical reaches of Le St Aubin in its lavish colonial estate, nestled in a small village of the south. After visiting the sugar factory in last Friday’s edition of News on Sunday, this week we provide you a guided tour into the anthurium and vanilla plantation (of about 3 hectares) of the estate.
Friday, 21 September 2012 15:48

Apple unveils faster, thinner iPhone 5

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Last Wednesday Apple unveiled a thinner, taller, faster iPhone 5 at a highly anticipated event in San Francisco.

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