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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.
Teaching is not a job, it’s a vocation. Educator in Chemistry, Roshnee Rajkomar deems that her task is not limited to passive teaching. She has introduced new teaching methods in class to have more interactive sessions with her students. Her firm belief in the young and their potential led her to mentor a group of Mauritian students for several weeks in the United States.
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. 
Being an ardent lover of the sea, corals and the environment, Nadeem Nazurally, a young marine scientist embodies the change he wants to see in the world. He is a professional marine scientist working on different research programmes in active conservation, restoration, reef building and preservation of marine species.
He is young, dynamic and adventurous. Dinesh Puttee accepted the challenge to trek to Gokyori, a 5,360m peak in Nepal, for charity purposes. He decided to share his mesmerising experience of an amazing journey for a worthwhile reason with the readers of New on Sunday.
She is a strong advocate of promoting literacy among children and has been writing books that have won her international recognition, (both in Mauritius and in Europe). Priya Rughooputh-Hein is a woman who has taken the challenge to make children love reading in this fast technological era. 
Friday, 27 June 2014 14:08

Mona Sookmanee-Meighoo - The Mauritian lady in Trinidad Featured

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Mona is the wife of the political analyst Dr Kirk Meighoo. Settled in Trinidad, Mona lets us discover her Trinidadian life while keeping her Mauritian values at every step of life.
Friday, 27 June 2014 14:01

Chetanandsingh Shibloll - The vision of a new leader Featured

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Driven by ambition, the 28-year old Chetanandsingh Shibloll, also known as Ashish, is the brain behind the Youth In Networking (YIN) project.
Pour Jean-Noël Sandian, la misère n’est pas une fatalité. Son destin, on le façonne par la force de ses bras et son intelligence. Forgé dans la misère, il s’est battu pour se faire une place au soleil. Aujourd’hui, il se dévoue corps et âme pour l’éradication de la pauvreté et la défense des droits des travailleurs.
A true social worker, Pritish Yash Ramchurn as a young professional, has deeply cultivated the habit to serve in whatever capacity he can. Yash has been working diligently towards solving community issues affecting the socio-economic life of citizens of his area.  Known for his innovative ventures and his leadership skills, our fighter aspires to achieve further than his potential.
Friday, 20 June 2014 14:00

Mauritius sponsors Miss England 2014

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For the 3rd consecutive year, Mauritius is sponsoring Miss England pageant competition, a national event in the UK which will showcase the Mauritian destination again.
“Coming together is the Beginning, Keeping together is the Progress, Working together is the Success”. This is the belief of the passionate and daring president of JCI City Plus. Asha Auckloo has been selected to lead the organisation for a year and she is all charged up.

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