18 April 2014
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The shift from summer to winter is the period when people become prone to seasonal illness like influenza, coughing and bronchial problems, among others. Children are more vulnerable to get easily infected during winter season.
Friday, 11 April 2014 11:38

Arya Yuvak Sangh volunters in action

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More and more youngsters are volunteering for the improvement of the Mauritian society. Many are driven by inner motivation and are conscious that they must join hands to get rid of social evils and bring a smile to the needy.
Undoubtedly, technology is affecting family relationships. Children have little time to share with parents.
Friday, 28 March 2014 14:00

Feng Shui : The new trend

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With China as a world economic leader today, its ancient Chinese method of creating a harmonious environment, Feng Shui, is also gaining ground. Though suppressed in China during its cultural revolution, this practice has successfully sustained interest through time.
Many of us agree that it is quite hazy to trace the root and history of composting.  Yet, it is believed that it is a technique which was adopted since ancient times. In our local context, it can be said that compost making is not a myth.
‘Le Defi Quotidien’ highlighted, in its Tuesday 18 March edition, the tragic human story of two young girls- one is only 13 years old and she has been sold to ten men in one night.
Friday, 14 March 2014 14:00

Drowning : 13 cases since New Year!

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How many more drowning and near drowning must we read in our newspapers before adults wise up as to how easy it is for people to become a victim in water? The number of drowning-related cases is currently at 13. Only one out of the thirteen were rescued. We all know that there is no injection or medicines against drowning but what can be the solution? Is prevention and education the key to this silent killer? News on Sunday investigates.
Friday, 07 March 2014 14:00

Single mum : A growing social trend

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Many good things have happened in Mauritius over the years, such as economic boom and empowerment of women, but so did the rise in single-mother households.
Heard of Zumba? It has quickly grown into one of the most popular group gym classes on the planet. In fact, the Latin-dance inspired workout is reportedly performed by more than 12 million people at 110,000 sites, in 125 countries around the world.
Friday, 28 February 2014 14:00

Is poverty the cause of rising crimes?

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The year 2014 has not had a bright start for the people of Mauritius, with its scams, natural calamities and road accidents so far.
Passionate crimes happen not because the person hates his/her partner, but because they cannot bear the separations. We can call it an obsessive behaviour.
Friday, 14 February 2014 14:00

Crimes of Passion : The dark side of love

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Like the rest of world lovers, Mauritians grow very passionate when in love. We have many customs about courtship and weddings. However, this is just the sweet side of love.

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