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Friday, 25 January 2013 12:00

Sheetal Soobron – A people’s person

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What strikes us most about her is her unpretentiousness. She is also generously vociferous in her appreciation of people and the little things in life.
Capabilities, skills and talents blossom when they are nurtured properly. However, for some, the reality is completely different. Considered as school drop-outs, Durla Armand and Emilie Rosse, both aged 16, were given a second chance to education and life itself at the Craft Academy, Poste de Flacq.
Friday, 18 January 2013 13:04

Sanjeev Moheeputh – The Laugh Spinner

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Comedians are a rare breed of people. They are quick on their feet and can provoke laughter while giving insight and truth or just acting plain dumb. Sanjeev Moheeputh, the ‘Anu Ryé’ man is one such comedian and is also a household name.
We have often heard that ‘disability is not a fatality’. Indeed, it is a true statement. Disabled people sometimes achieve more than many able-bodied persons.
Mrs Ameenah Gurib-Fakim is a woman who wears several hats: Besides being a wife and mother, she is also a writer, a researcher and a scientist. Winner of several awards such as L’Oreal-UNESCO Women in Science Award 2007 and the African Union Award for ‘Women in Science’ for the Easter African Region in 2009, Ameenah has a true passion for plants flowing in her veins.
The history buffs among you will know that the announcement for the falling of the Berlin Wall was made on August 23, 1990. The very same night, Amit Bhoonah was born.
Transcendent. It’s an adjective one could use to singularly describe him. He is also involved in what may seem as an uncommon career path for a Mauritian: automotive designing. News on Sunday discusses with Yasid his style and approach to transportation design.  Have a gander and read on!
Friday, 28 December 2012 11:13

Atifah Adeebah Abdool – The sassy miss

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Aifah has found in make-up artistry not only a means of expressing herself but also a way to portray the desired look and emotions of her subject.
Friday, 21 December 2012 11:36

Urvin Seeburuth Musical passion

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Though he looks unassuming enough, he exudes a certain air that screams passion. Perhaps it is his whimsical facial expressions that he wears, but there is another, subtler passion that is written on his face, shining through most intensely.
Friday, 21 December 2012 11:30

Keeping in shape during the festivities

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This week News on Sunday is in a festive mood. The shining sun, the appealing cool sea water, big family get-togethers, delicious foods, parties till dawn… what else do we need to spend the perfect end of year holidays.
Friday, 14 December 2012 12:00

Shameer Abdul Raman

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“Both appreciation and dislike contribute to shaping us into a better person. It does not matter whether people hate you or love you, as long as you do not go unnoticed.”
Despite some hostilities here and there and the fact that only 44.91 % of voters had performed their civic duty, the Municipal Council Elections have kept its promises vis a vis women.

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