23 July 2014
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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. 
While week after week cases of indiscipline and violence among school-going children are being highlighted in the media, the Ministry of Education maintains the opposite. The problem is societal, points out the Education Minister.
News on Sunday speaks to Karuna Rajiah, a psychologist, on the issue of teenage love, the current trends, the behaviour of our youngsters and on sex education at school. karuna, a lecturer in psychology, is the vice president of SPAC - Society of Psychologists and Counsellors and a Member of the Association of Teachers of Psychology UK.
College days are known to be among the best days of one’s life. Not just a phase where you are academically successful but also a time period when you have fun, create friendships, live life to the full, have new experiences also and cross boundaries.
The Appeal Court has last week allowed the appeal lodged by the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) contesting the  acquittal by the District Court of Mahebourg of Miss Mary Joyce Chan Sow, a Customer Service Assistant at Air Mauritius, who, at the material time was working at the Transit Check-in Counter in the  Arrival Immigration Hall, for illegal possession of two bottles of wine labelled Dienersfortein  Pinitage and Alto Rouge, each of 750 ml and one litre of Amarula liquor on which payment of duty and taxes was Rs 520, in breach of the Customs Act.  
The Appeal Court, having on the Bench Justices Saheeda Peeroo and J.B.G. Marie Joseph, in a judgment delivered last week  has upheld  the ruling of the  Board of Assessment to the effect that Dharamduth Rosunee must accept the offer of Rs 730,200 being the amount to be paid by the State of Mauritius for the compulsory  acquisition of a piece of land  belonging  to the appellant  at Trou d’eau Douce.
Friday, 18 July 2014 14:00

Stylish cakes baking a buzz

The history of cakes started at the same time when humans began to learn to make flour. Earlier, basic ingredients were used and the cakes were either square, round or rectangular in shape with different colours and simple designs. But with time, cake trends have changed along with techniques, tools and ingredients. Visually more interesting, appealing and delightfully tasteful, the evolution has also brought about escalating costs for both bakers and consumers.
DR JACK KEEL: What’s happening to our educational institutions?
MR HIDING: To our educational institutions or in our educational institutions?
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