29 July 2014
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Friday, 25 July 2014 14:00

Budget 2015 : Proposals invited

The 2015 Pre-Budget Consultation Exercise is on. The Ministry of Finance and Economic Development invites all stakeholders, including Business and Trade Associations, Professional Bodies, Trade Unions, NGOs, Civil Society Organisations and the public at large to submit their proposals.
Friday, 25 July 2014 14:00

Light rail project firm on track

The National Assembly met in session on Tuesday 22 July with Honourable Deputy Speaker, Pradeep Peetumber in the chair. On the agenda were two Bills- the Professional Land Surveyors’ Council Bill and the Mauritius Cane Industry Authority (Amendment) Bill; a Private Notice Question by the Leader of the Opposition on the Light Rail Transit System Project (Metro Leger) addressed to the Vice Prime Minister, Minister of Public Infrastructure, National Development Unit, Land Transport and Shipping, Questions to the Prime Minister and Questions to Ministers.
Friday, 25 July 2014 14:00

Eid’s joy turns into sorrow

After a month of fasting, the global Muslim community will be celebrating Eid either on Monday 28 July or Tuesday 29 July, depending on the visibility of the moon.
Parti Justice Sociale, The Liberals, Muvman Liberater, Ensam Nu Kapav, Union Populaire, etc. Our political landscape has recently witnessed an unprecedented emergence of new political parties. All of them urge for a complete change and/or a revolution. Adhering to existing political parties was never an option for the new leaders who reiterate their willpower to listen to unheard sections of the society for the interest of the country. Only one new party, the Muvman Liberater, is in favour of an alliance with any mainstream party.
Prime minister Dr Navin Ramgoolam called upon the newly recruited police constables to be honest and show integrity in their day to day work without any fear or favour, which according to him, is the only way to deal with any problem in the country.
Friday, 25 July 2014 14:00

EOC advocates positive action

The Equal Opportunities Commission (EOC) launched its 2014 report last Friday. The Report, which highlights the work accomplished by the EOC since its creation in 2012, is a compilation of statistics and case studies, research and recommendations, complaints and enquiries.
Following the concern created by the confusion that took place during the last horseracing day at the Champs de Mars on Saturday 19 July, News on Sunday asked Shan Ip, the Head of Marketing and Communications of the Mauritius Turf Club for some clarification.
Ramgoolam’s introduction of the BIOMETRIC ID CARD is clearly a measure of SURVEILLANCE on the people, a card which infringes human rights. Nuvin Unoop, mouthpiece of the Voice of Hindu (VoH), said in no uncertain terms that « la communauté hindoue doit sortir gagnante dans la réforme électorale ».
Friday, 18 July 2014 14:00

Redefine God

“I am going to bed, I have to wake up early tomorrow…”; “I’ll meet you next week…”; “I’m sure that everything will be ok…”; “I want to get married at 35…”
Ignored in his very own country, Dr Jayshan Keejoo is at the top of his profession in the world’s most powerful country, the United States of America.  From a simple hotel officer, he is today an associate professor in Law and Strategic Project Management Science in New York today. 
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