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Friday, 05 July 2013 07:00

‘Prem’ – Nature of Love

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NATURE’S OPEN book is teaching humanity spontaneously. It depends upon the wisdom and attitude of the learner to grasp hidden meanings of open chapters. The wise apply wisdom in life whereas others keep on pondering over the clean messages of Mother Nature. Society teacher man the concept of possession of goods.
Friday, 28 June 2013 13:26

Aurore Esther – A Driven Voice Featured

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She transcends boundaries of language and race with her sultry voice that could melt butter. But singing for a living is out of question for her. She wants it to remain her passion for she believes that making playing music for a living is not unthinkable because it would mean “selling her soul away”. News on Sunday catches up with Aurore Esther, a singer by passion, blessed by hauntingly emotive vocals, to talk music.
Marie Lourdes Lam Hung is a practising barrister of more than 30 years standing. Whilst being a legal adviser to the Ministry of Gender Equality, Child Development and Family Welfare, she served to consolidate the Counselling Unit and contributed to the enactments of the Protection from Domestic Violence Act and the Protection of the Child Miscellaneous Act.
Posted in Mauritius since September 2011, Vanessa Harper, Public Affairs Officer at the US Embassy will soon be leaving the country. During her stay here, Vanessa Harper has learned and discovered so much about an island which was still unknown to her two years ago.
Friday, 21 June 2013 05:00

Elodie Karen Pallany – The talented pastry-maker Featured

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The kitchen was not foreign territory to Elodie, who grew up in a large family engaged in the food sector. After discovering a natural affinity to pastry, she realised that the kitchen is where she belonged to and has not looked back ever since.
Winners of the 18+ category of the News on Sunday National Painting Competition 2013 on the theme ‘Our Local Flora, Fauna and Marine Ecosystem of Mauritius’ will be flying to the UK on Saturday 22 June.
Friday, 14 June 2013 10:30

Neha Rishta Deepti Moolchund : Ambitious Miss President Featured

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This sassy young lady is vice-president at the HRM Society of the University of Mauritius. In that role, she tries to bridge the gap between students and employers. Here, Neha sheds light about her personality; and provides insight into the HR scene and the objectives of the HRM Society.
Friday, 14 June 2013 10:00

Understanding the role of women in Islam

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When you hear of Islam, what is the first thing which comes to your mind? For many people, the first thing which comes to their mind is the ‘oppression of women’. Unfortunately these ideas have been forced into the mind of people who do not know about Islam well. Are Muslim women really oppressed?
She will be in Mauritius for a couple of years and she is earnestly looking forward to working with and for the students in Mauritius. Dr Karen Pettit, former Associate Dean, Learning and Quality Enhancement at the School of Health and Social Sciences of the Middlesex University London, UK is the new Campus Director of Middlesex University Mauritius (Branch Campus). Dr Karen Pettit has had an atypical career path but one that is inspirational for all. News on Sunday gets to know more about this successful woman in a heart to heart conversation.
Friday, 07 June 2013 10:00

Yusuf Kadel – A writer hors-pair Featured

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Minutes tickle by time. And then half of an hour elapses. All of this in a crazy attempt to write a wow-introduction which will do justice to our interviewee this week.
Friday, 31 May 2013 12:59

Pritish Yash Ramchurn – A young visionary man Featured

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Mahatma Gandhi eloquently stated, “Be the change you wish to see in the world”. Yash is such a change. Instead of joining the ‘lamenting-crew’, this passionate and inspiring guy is fighting to rectify the wrongs for a better tomorrow.
The most wonderful gift one can have in his life is that of a loving and caring mother. Though years pass by and we grow up, there is a place in our heart that always remembers ‘mama’. No matter how far she may be or how old she has become, we all seek and need our mother’s touch.

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