11 December 2013
Cour de Pamplemousses : le patron du NSS fait face à une accusation de coups et blessures - Tuesday, 10 December 2013 19:12
Hommage à Mandela : Rezistans ek Alternativ dénonce « l’hypocrisie » de certains politiciens - Tuesday, 10 December 2013 17:35
Droits de l’homme : Dheeraj Seetulsingh souhaite une meilleure approche de la police - Tuesday, 10 December 2013 17:17
The 1950s had a lot of other things to offer apart from politics on the march. These years witnessed many important events that rendered life interesting and thrilling that perhaps were lost to the generations ahead.
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The incidence of disabilities either physical or mental in our society is far more common than many might realise. There are hundreds, in fact thousands of families who have a close relative with some sort of disability.
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It’s difficult to find a garment as widely embraced, worn and loved the world over as jeans. The classic symbol of the American West is now a staple in wardrobes around the world.
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The 1950s as stated in the previous issue was full of events that finally resulted in the accession of the island to independence. However it was an assiduous task that claimed proper handling and tact to build up a consensus around a common objective.
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Friday, 22 November 2013 14:00 Written by Yousouf Buglow
If you are in the service industry, maintaining a healthy relationship with your surroundings is important. With this in mind many businesses have adopted corporate gifting as a way to show major clients, employees, and even potential customers, that they are appreciated in a thoughtful way.
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The climb uphill in the history of the island has started. The forties were only a beginning and the real battle was to come with the implementation of so many measures destined to change the fate of the Mauritians for good or bad. However the Labour Party led by Guy Rozemont and then by SSR was going to preside over the destiny of the island and change the course of history.
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Friday, 08 November 2013 09:00 Written by News On Sunday
The Observer reports that a global consultancy giant has been accused of advising big business, including UK firms, on how to avoid paying tax in some of Africa’s poorest countries.
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Mauritius 1950-60 may be considered crucial in the history of Modern Mauritius as they have alone in the two previous decades laid the foundation of developments in all walks of life and the thirties saw the birth of the Labour Party as well as budding Trade union movements that greatly influenced life in the decades onwards.
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Friday, 08 November 2013 09:00 Written by Yousouf Buglow
Are you addicted to your smartphone? Many international studies state that people are most likely to be five feet away from their smartphone for most of the time, so the answer could very well be yes.
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Yards that once grew gardens are sacrificed for space and even convenience. Gradually, people are forgetting the joy of cutting a bouquet of flowers for their mother or tasting the sweetness of a papaya plucked right from the plant. This week News on Sunday encourages you to discover your own reason to become a gardener.
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Friday, 01 November 2013 09:00 Written by Yousouf Buglow
The major infrastructure found in the cities has before and till this day enticed many to adopt an urban way of life. For reasons such as easy transportation, job opportunities, medical facilities, shopping and attractions amongst others, people often favoured city life.
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Friday, 01 November 2013 09:00 Written by News On Sunday
News on Sunday presents to its readers a vivid picture of the tribulations of Indian Immigrants in the French colony of Guadeloupe, written by the president of GOPIO International, Mahen Utchanah, after his visit to the island.
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