28 November 2014
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Our education may be ‘free’ but the current educational system in my view is misleading and generating putrid social problems and upsurge in CRIMES with unfit role models, fascist managements and a Judiciary mess!
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Friday, 22 November 2013 08:49

Human Rights Business

One can always argue about the reasons that led the Prime Minister not to attend the Commonwealth summit in Sri Lanka. This action, however, deprives him of an electoral platform in 2015 when, on the occasion of the organisation of the summit in Mauritius, he could have had the advantage of strutting among great leaders, whilst passing his messages to the population.
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Dear Mr Gopal
Always a pleasure to read your work. It keeps people properly informed and gives them an opportunity to debate. Please allow me to make the following comments:
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Was it coïncidence or simply the outcome of a series of events that took place simultaneously that gave us two names as strong contenders for the post of Prime Minister ? The name of Alan Ganoo and that of Arvin Boolell were mentioned in different places and gave rise to interesting debates behind closed doors.
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Let me say that I appreciate the PRB report allocated to teachers in Mauritius in this instance. However, I aver that we could use this scheme to better our system of education, shortfalls and stress factors that are currently manifesting themselves on families and students.
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My dear Billy,
Our Prime Minister has a long-standing, ongoing war with the press. It started in 1995 when he was crowned Prime Minister for the first time. A lull was observed in 2000 when SAJ snatched the Prime Minister’s seat from under him, and resumed in 2005 when he came back to power with a vengeful bang. We don’t know for how long he will keep the topmost office, my dear Billy. But one thing is certain: the press won’t leave him at peace so long as he will be Prime Minister.
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Sunday, 10 February 2013 12:21


Yes, Hon. Prime Minister, the private life of public personalities is being respected. But if we know that someone has been able to attain a certain amount of wealth, then we, the People of Mauritius who are striving to get a living, wants to path on how to obtain the right to be rich !
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Les avocats d’Avinash Treebhowon et de Sandip Moneea ont lancé un message fort au Premier ministre. Mes Rama Valayden et Sanjeev Teeluckdharry demandent à Navin Ramgoolam de se méfier de ceux qui « creusent un trou pour lui ». Les avocats ont animé une conférence de presse, mercredi, à la municipalité de Port-Louis en présence de leurs clients.
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Friday, 13 July 2012 09:00

Road to Agalega

My dear Billy,
For quite some time now, our indefatigable Prime Minister has undertaken the delicate task of quickly denying many of the things that a section of the local press chooses to publish on him, his party and his government, and which he finds unpalatable to his tender taste.
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