31 October 2014
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Dear Mr Irfan Rahman                                               
I had no choice but to make stringent research regarding Electronic voting, and herewith are some of my comments, following your expressed views regarding EVMs in a recent news paper.
Friday, 31 October 2014 14:00

An exalted tribute to Indentured Labourers

Several non government organisations and individuals are organizing various activities to mark the 180th Anniversary of the Arrival of Indentured Labourers.
Along with being a private sector development specialist, she is a woman who lives life with a splash of success, lots of doubts, some failures, and a great deal of hope.  She is someone who knows how to balance her family and career. News on Sunday meets Brinda Dabysing.
On the November 1, All Saints Day will be celebrated and families will be visiting cemeteries. Tombs will be decorated with flowers and candles will be lit. These traditions are still prevailing in Mauritius. Many flower sellers seize this opportunity to make some extra money.
The Tripartite Sectoral Committee of Ministers meeting in Bujumbura, Burundi from 24 – 25 October 2014, agreed that the Tripartite Summit of Heads of State and Government to be held in Egypt in mid-December 2014 would launch the Tripartite Free Trade Area taking into account the fact that the majority of the Tripartite Member/Partner States have made ambitious tariff offers and were agreed on Rules of Origin to be applied in the interim whilst further work continues on product specific Rules of Origin.
Exams are not only stressful for candidates but for their parents and siblings as well. However, when more than one child of the family has to sit in one of the ‘important’ exams, there is more than stress. The family’s lifestyle and habits encounter drastic changes. Three families share their experiences…
Friday, 31 October 2014 14:00

BoM maintains Repo Rate at 4.65%

The Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) of the Bank of Mauritius has unanimously decided on Monday to keep the Key Repo Rate (KRR) unchanged at 4.65 per cent per annum.
DR JACK KEEL: The 2nd of November is a very special day.
MR HIDING: Right you are. On that day 180 years ago, the first contingent of Indentured labourers from India came to Mauritius.
Friday, 31 October 2014 14:00

DJ Amely : From finance to DJing

Sexy, stunning, sensual, amazing, ambitious are just a few words to describe the world sexiest DJ. She epitomizes women power and is a symbol of music. Last week, Flash Agency brought DJ Amely to Mauritius for live performance and News On Sunday brings to you an exclusive interview of hers.
Being absorbed in the material world and leading a career-oriented, stressful life form part of our daily life. Sonal Institute for Performing Arts (SIPA) acts a complete hobby institution where different activities are tailored according to people’s interests.
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