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This week, News on Sunday meets a Mauritian writer, Tevin Armoogum, who has impressed thousands of younsters with his writings imbued with his inspiritional quotes.
3D painting has become the new craze among youngsters and it is also an attraction at some places of leisure, such as curious corners and other places in Mauritius. 
Friday, 30 January 2015 14:00

Neelam Ramsorrun : From bank seat to TV screen

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Fresh, natural and funny, her acting talent transpires through the TV screen.  A bank officer, Neelam Ramsorrun left her desk for one day to join the shooting set of the famous Mauritian TV show ‘Crazy TV’. Playing the role of a young married woman in the sitcom ‘ene boug ene 35’, Neelam tells us about her amazing experience.
Saturday, 24 January 2015 12:00

Khalina Khulpateea – “Canada, a land of opportunities” Featured

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Khalina Khulpateea, 26, works as Senior Financial Services Representative at the Head Office of The Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce (CIBC) in Montreal.  She is passionate about making a difference in the lives of people in her surroundings.  
Saturday, 24 January 2015 10:00

Yasheel Awootar : Young, smart and talented mimic Featured

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Yasheel Dharmishta Singh Awootar, 24, is currently a student in psychology in Budapest, Hungary. During the electoral campaign last year, he entertained Mauritians with four videos on YouTube in which he imitated different politicians. The series of Mauritian Mimicry were much appreciated and received good response, with one of them getting almost 60,000 views.
Anushka Gopeechund, an engineer by profession, has set herself apart by winning the “Women Super Achiever Award” at the 4th Africa India Partnership Summit 2014.  Her work has been acknowledged not only on a national level but also internationally.
Friday, 16 January 2015 14:00

Tattoo : A sign of expression

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The tattoo craze is sweeping across the country, mostly among the youth, boys and girls. why are tattoos are so popular today. News On Sunday interviewed various yougsters to know why they are adopting this fashion.
Often in movies and fairy tales, we come across success stories of girls. But in real life, Fatimah Serally, 25, epitomises perseverance, hard work and patience. Firmly believing in this statement from Dr Michael Beckwith ‘You can start with nothing. And out of nothing, out of no way, a way will be made’. She started to turn her dream into reality. 
Sanjiven Marday (Guruarts) works as a graphic designer/artist and freelance photographer. He did his studies in Kent (Canterbury) and DCDM (ex CTI). He currently has more than 2000 young followers on Facebook.
Aged 25, Ritish Kiran Dussaram, director of Planet of Electronics and Planet Security, earns his bread from his passion for the electronic world. A young man, determined, with a never backed down attitude, his main objective is to set up new branches of his company in Mauritius and around the world.
Darshinee Choollun, 22, is a Final Year BA (Hons) Fine Arts Student in Painting, at the University of Mauritius. She is also a Graphic Designer at Textile Avenue Ltd and Freelance Artist.
Chinnaiyan Chengiah Manoranjeenee (Jemila), 25, is a Tourist Counsellor in France. She has lived in Mauritius until her 21st birthday. She has worked in several primary schools and loves working with children.  In 2009, she met her future husband who was born in France. she then left the country and got married in 2011.