23 November 2014
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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The Marathis and the Telugus celebrated on Thursday 11 April their new year namely Gudi Padwa. Tons of literature has been dedicated to Marathi rites and rituals but very little on Telugu ones. However very little difference exists. The Telegus are more inclined towards worshipping Lord Vishnu and all their prayers and worships are geared towards him.
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Friday, 12 April 2013 13:12 Written by News On Sunday
A JOURNEY of a thousand miles begins with a single step, but starting this week we can march a thousand days forward into a new future. On April 5, the world will reach a vital moment in history’s largest and most successful anti-poverty push – the 1,000-day mark before the target date to achieve the Millennium Development Goals.
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Mark Twain was surely impressed by the many dream scenes across the country to have likened it to a paradise. They must have surely caught his attention and cast a spell on him leading him to say that God made paradise to its image.
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Saint Hubert is a small village with a mixed population of approximately two thousand inhabitants or slightly more. It sits comfortably in a cauldron type of valley with a not so high mountain range fringing it on two sides in the district of Grand Port.
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