21 May 2013
Affaire MITD : Yogendranauth Servansing mandaté en sa capacité d’Acting Divisional Manager pour porter plainte au CCID - Tuesday, 21 May 2013 12:30
Manifestation à la SSS Ebène (filles) : des élèves réclament le départ de leur rectrice - Tuesday, 21 May 2013 11:06
Meurtre du policier Ashley Ramkhalawan : le beau-frère de nouveau arrêté - Tuesday, 21 May 2013 10:21
Saturday, 18 May 2013 00:16 Written by Mumtaz Soogund
As more and more of us venture out to far-flung destinations to get closer to wildlife, close encounters with endangered and rare animals are becoming increasingly popular. Swimming with dolphins is one of these activities which many people dream about, and for some, doing it has had a life-changing impact.
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In 2010 governments of the world declared 2011–2020 as the Decade of Action for Road Safety. Road traffic injuries are the eighth leading cause of death globally, and the leading cause of death for young people aged15–29.
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Still in mourning over the victims of the March 30 floods, the country was plunged into darkness yet again last week: a fatal road accident resulted in 10 deaths and forty injured.
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It is not easy to determine the exact origin of May Day or Labour Day for it can be traced back not with precision to the far off days of antiquity. Not in a recent past the Americans used to celebrate similar occasions on September 5, but for reasons convenient to them they moved it to some time in May. Many argue that because of University resumption families involved preparing admission for their wards the opportunity was not propitious.
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“A man willing to work, and unable to find work, is perhaps the saddest sight that fortune’s inequality exhibits under this sun,” once said Thomas Carlyle. After years of studies when the fresh graduates are now willing to adopt a professional stance to life, they get the greatest disappointment- UNEMPLOYMENT. Many fresh graduates in Mauritius are currently facing this crisis. Unemployment has many negative effects on the youth. Some of the graduates have agreed to share their experience with News on Sunday.
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Friday, 26 April 2013 11:00 Written by Yousouf Buglow
The majority of us have witnessed, or perhaps even experienced firsthand, a divorce situation filled with bitterness and animosity. Divorce is very hard to deal with, especially when children are involved. While many parents who undergo a divorce scenario many still strive to maintain a sense of normalcy and do what is best for their children, however, sometimes things do not work out as planned and one parent ends up causing the children to fear - even hate - the other.
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Diplomacy inclines to some extent towards hypocrisy, a device used to hide one’s real feelings. Glib language, extreme politeness, a perpetual smile and other such means are used to seduce and convince adversaries and even friends.
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Mauritians take their food very seriously. Cooking is considered an art. Meal times are important occasions for the family to get together. Diversity is the keyword in the Mauritian cuisine, which consists of a mixture of Indian, European, Chinese, and African cuisine, making teeming with history and knowledge: Creole rougailles, Indian curries, Muslim briyanis, Chinese sweet-and-sour delicacies, French exquisite dishes and English bacon and eggs amongst a great many of others.
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Friday, 19 April 2013 12:45 Written by Yousouf Buglow
In today’s competitive world, borrowing from financial institutions has become a must for many people and entrepreneurs. Loans, credit cards and leasing amongst others have given people great opportunities and freedom to invest in real estate, get further education, start businesses and acquire goods that may boost their financial prospects and future income.
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In times when prices of almost everything are rising, watching the meter on a taxi tick higher and higher and receiving a huge bill can be distressing. Most cabbies today charge at least Rs 200 for any trip regardless of whether the distance is short or not.
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Modern living places a variety of stresses on our bodies that can result in physical discomfort. The neck and shoulder region of the human body tends to accumulate more tension than any other area. Tension headaches and upper-body stiffness can be traced back to the neck, which can be agitated by bad posture or sleeping position.
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Food. It is one of the most important things in our lives. It fuels our bodies, it is integral to many of our societal and cultural interactions, and it can even bring people together and create memories. Imagine a birthday party without a cake or New Year without a big family dinner. Pretty hard, right? Heman spends his days preparing food for people to enjoy, which makes him part of an important and often rewarding career. According to him becoming a chef is not as simple as just cooking.
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