19 April 2015
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Happy, proud and grateful – is how Dr. Shameem Fowdar felt after been awarded the ‘Best Young Mauritian Scientist 2014’. Her research work ‘The genetics of breast cancer in Mauritian Patients’ has been recognised at national level. Shameem aims to pursue her research to find solutions to the genetic problems in the field of breast cancer in Mauritius.
An imaginative writer, Annie Forrest created a new animated character Wizzy and launched her e-book as well as a mobile application. News on Sunday makes you discover this amazing writer and takes you to the world of Rosie and Wizzy.
Mr Soupaya Chocalingum (Malcom) is a Mauritian who is Chef Eurl le Frangipanier at Sarreguemines in Lorraine, France. A former student at Bhujoharry College, Port Louis, Malcom reveals his success story to News on Sunday.
Friday, 17 April 2015 14:00

A Career for Life, does it still exist?

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When a student after HSC calls at my office looking for some help on finding a course for a secure career for life, I find myself laughing a little.
Friday, 10 April 2015 14:00

Dooleshwar Tokhai : The vivid young artist

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22-year old Dooleshwar Tokhai is a dynamic and multi-talented artist. He epitomizes hard work and patience. At a younger age, he developed an artistic endeavour. He shares his story with us.
Friday, 10 April 2015 14:00

Sabah Says… Every month I bleed – Get over it

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I say this all the time, but we really do live in such strange times. Times where we have become desensitised to having almost naked women, sex and the YOLO lifestyle thrust repeatedly in our faces; yet, simultaneously times where not much has changed since generations, for example, where having your period was something to be ashamed of,  hidden away and not to be spoken of.
Aged 23, Haashim Duchoo, Director of ActiVision Distributors Ltd, has always dreamt since his early childhood to be his own boss and take challenges as an entrepreneur. Being driven by the ambition to be self-employed, he started to import a new energy drink named ‘9mm Caliber’ which is now on sale on the Mauritian market.
Having been brought up in a family of business persons and entrepreneurs, Pravind Boodhun, Director of Kubera Technology Ltd, has inborn entrepreneur skills and aspirations which developed to full capacity as he grew up. Aged 34, this entrepreneur makes us discover his career path which lead him to open a company that sells IT products and provide repairs and maintenance services.
This week, News on Sunday meets Mr Shams Jhugroo, Lecturer at the Mauritius Institute of Education in the department of Developmental Psychology, Children and Adolescence Psychology. He discusses the importance of moral values in our educational system.
Friday, 03 April 2015 14:00

Sabah Says…Sabah Says…

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This week I return to England – or the homeland, as I like to call it. It is a feeling so very bittersweet, excitement and yet with a heavy-heart. On the one hand, I will be reunited with all of my family, especially my mum, who I haven’t seen in the last five months; on the other hand, I’m leaving behind glorious sunny days, mounds and mounds of natural beauty and Arc-en-Ciel ice-cream (haha!)
Shyama Ramsamy, a Mauritian studying in India, has launched her book on poetry on Saturday 21 March 2015 in Mumbai, India.
Anishah Aujayeb has been chosen to be part of a two-day roundtable organised by Amnesty International on ‘The State of Africa’s Youth in the Age of Africa Rising’ in South Africa. She highlights some main events of her life to the young readers of News On Sunday. 
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