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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.
At the age of 18, after his secondary schooling, Shane Li started bodybuilding. At the beginning, he was simply working out to keep fit and develop strong muscles, a dream for all guys. However, the more he practised, the more he loved what he was doing. The young guy relates how he opened his gymnasium nine months back to earn his living from his passion for fitness.
Heerah Oomeyr Matteo, 24, graduated in Communication Studies with a specialisation in journalism.  He works in the prevocational department of a secondary school and is also a part-time model at Heat Agency.
Friday, 28 November 2014 14:00

Rohan Nuckchady : The Maths Lover

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Mathematics can be the nightmare of many but, for Rohan Nuckchady, it has no mysteries. At 17 years old, he won the first prize of the Ramanujan Contest 2014, organised by the University of Mauritius in collaboration with the Srinivasa Ramanujan Trust of Mauritius. His dream is to later teach physics at university level.
Friday, 28 November 2014 14:00

Sugarush : The first American pastry shop

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A world of rich, velvety and yummy cupcakes with silky cream cheese toppings, what more to wish for? Indulge in the only American pastry shop on the island. Sugarush, at Curepipe, proposes a variety of cupcakes, cookies, cheese cake balls, cake pops with tasty and distinctive flavours. If you are calorie conscious or vegetarian, no need to worry at all. You will be able to satisfy your sweet tooth as well.  A franchise from Manila, in the Phillipines, Michelle Mukhey-Hassamal introduces it to us. The grand launch of ‘Sugarush’ will take place in January.
Nitish Bhowan, 25, works at Lising & Co ltd and is also a model at Flash Talents Ltd. He says a career in modeling can offer fantastic opportunities to travel around the world, meet interesting people and earn a good income. But before starting out, it’s important to be aware that today, modelling is a highly competitive industry where, however good looking you might be, success can only be achieved with some vital factors: dedication, a professional approach, a good agent and a bit of luck.
Friday, 21 November 2014 14:00

Youth and the economy : Unemployment and Poverty

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Unemployment is gaining ground among youngsters, especially graduates. During the current electoral campaign, both main alliances have promised new measures for the young unemployed: Create new jobs, introduce unemployment allowance for graduates and to finance any additional studies to upgrade their skills. News on Sunday sought the views of a few young persons on these issues.
Friday, 21 November 2014 14:00

Doorita Seeruttun : An international achiever

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A young lady, enthusiastic in whatever she undertakes, Doorita Seeruttun believes in this statement of Maya Angelou : “You may encounter many defeats, but you must not be defeated. In fact, it may be necessary to encounter the defeats, so you can know who you are, what you can rise from, how you can still come out of it.” She is a well-known figure for various educational campaigns, such as Global Youth Ambassador UK for ‘A World At School’ and the other humanitarian services.
Bryan Charles, 35, tells us about his career path in Porker Products Ltd. He started working in this company in the administration department. Later, he was promoted to the post of Managing Director about four years back, thanks to his endeavours, passion for studies, determination and competence.
A passionate and self-taught cook, Selina Periampillai aka Yummy Choo will take you on a journey which celebrates the spirits of Mauritius through its food in London. News On Sunday makes you discover the unmatched talent of this lady.   
Friday, 14 November 2014 14:00

Emilie Rose Ltd : Fast fashion on the agenda

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In April 2014, Emilie Rose Ltd emerged as a concept of fast fashion. Today, the company, under the supervision of Deeksha Puttur Vinktaremdoo, has achieved a lot of success and was nominated as one of the finalists for the CYEA 2014 awards.
Holding a degree in Communication and Journalism, a Master’s in Human Resource Management and working towards a PhD in Business Administration, Arvina Ramlugun, 27, launched her social website www.moads.mu on 7 November 2014. What is this social platform all about?