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Justice Nirmala Devat, sitting in Chambers, has last week refused to issue an interim writ of injunction against the Republic of Mauritius ordering the Electoral Commissioner to suspend the increase in the amount of the prescribed deposit of Rs 250 to that of Rs 1,500, which represents an increase of 600%.
Justice Rita Teeluck sitting at the Family Division of the Supreme Court in a ruling delivered last week has granted the custody of two minor daughters to their father with a right of visit for the mother who entered a divorce petition against her husband and prayed for the custody of the children.
Pravina Lotoo Walia, 35, is a Horticulturist (grafting and growing of plants) and the name of her company is ‘Royal Grafters’. News on Sunday meets the agricultural professional to find out more.
Friday, 28 November 2014 14:00

Sustainable Development Economics

Two schools of thought tend to dominate today’s economic debates. According to free-market economists, governments should cut taxes, reduce regulations, reform labor laws, and then get out of the way to let consumers consume and producers create jobs. According to Keynesian economics, governments should boost total demand through quantitative easing and fiscal stimulus. Yet neither approach is delivering good results. We need a new Sustainable Development Economics, with governments promoting new types of investments.
Friday, 28 November 2014 14:00

PM meets RBI Governor

The Prime Minister, Dr Navin Ramgoolam met the Governor of the Reserve Bank of India, Dr Raghuram Rajan last week at the Treasury Building, Port-Louis. Dr Raghuram Rajan is the Governor of the Reserve Bank of India since September 2013.
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

Electoral Manifesto

The MSM-PMSD-ML Alliance (Alliance Lepep) unveiled its political manifesto last Friday. The leaders of this Alliance want to bring about ‘a second economic miracle’. Sir Anerood Jugnauth (SAJ) stated that in case of victory of his coalition, his priorities would be “getting rid of fraud, corruption and cronyism”. SAJ maintained that their alliance is “a barrier against the Second Republic.” News on Sunday presents the main highlights.
Friday, 28 November 2014 14:00

Social networks : Energize the campaign

Video clips, caricatures, cartoons, daily breaking news, sound clips… the social networks are buzzing with political campaigns. Politics 2.0 is the new trend for this year’s electoral campaign with politicians and their activists investing a lot of time to reach out to some 400, 000 Mauritians on Facebook and other social networks like YouTube.
Many candidates are in the race to contest the general elections on December 10 for the first time. Just like Martin Luther King claimed, everyone has a dream. Dreams for a better future for oneself, for the family, for a group or community, for the country… News on Sunday approached some of them to find out about their dreams for Mauritius.
Friday, 28 November 2014 14:00

Woolworths renovates store

Woolworths Bagatelle has inaugurated its renovated store on Thursday 27 November 2014.  Woolworths leaves no stone unturned when it comes to the satisfaction of its customers. 
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