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Friday, 02 March 2012 14:14

Court News

Appeal Court – upholds sentence
Justices Bushan Domah and Prithiviraj Fekna sitting on appeal found last week the six months’ imprisonment inflicted on appellant Reshad Chedee fully justified because of his several previous convictions for similar offences. The Intermediate Court had found appellant guilty of possession of one tablet of Tramadol. Appellant appealed on three grounds: (a) the Magistrate failed to consider that appellant pleaded guilty to the charge; (b) the sentence is wrong in principle; and (c) the sentence is manifestly harsh and excessive to all intents and purposes.
Published in Court News
Association for the International Exchange of Students in Economics and Commerce (AIESEC) is an organisation with more than 65,000 members and present in more than 110 countries. It is the biggest organisation in the world which is fun for the youth.
Published in Education
The objective of the Ministry of Tertiary Education is to have 100, 000 foreign students in Mauritius by 2020. While the public-funded institutions have relatively few foreign students, private institutions are attracting more of them in the country.
Published in Education
Friday, 02 March 2012 13:58

A dazzling and sparkling story

Of all the creatures in the animal kingdom, only humans seek to adorn themselves. Even as far in the past as primitive man, jewellery took on this role in a variety of forms. Small objects were of primary importance, with some examples being found in pre-historic Africa where jewellery objects which date back to about 75,000 years have been found.
Published in Society

Mauvaise surprise pour un policier hier soir, jeudi 1er mars. Sa voiture, garée devant le quartier général de la Special Mobile Force (SMF) à Vacoas, a été la proie des flammes. L’origine de l'incendie est pour l’heure inconnue tout comme le montant des dégâts causés par les flammes.

Selon nos renseignements, le policier a l’habitude de stationner son véhicule à cet endroit.

Published in Live News
Diseases affecting the ears, nose and throat are quite common in Mauritius and most of them are caused by allergies. Dr Ashwamed Dinassing, otorhinolaryngologist, was on Xplik ou K Santé on Radio Plus where he gave an overview of the Ear, Nose and Throat (ENT) section.
Published in Health
Lightweight, portable and so adaptable. eBeam Edge Projection, the first interactive multimedia console on the market, transforms flat surfaces into lively interactive workspaces. The eBeam Edge works with any projector and Windows computer. It comes with a lightweight stylus and powerful interactive software.
Published in Magazine
Friday, 02 March 2012 13:08

The Royal Commission of Enquiry 1872

All the abuses and ill-treatment masters and planters inflicted upon the Indentured Indian labourers since the latter’s arrival in the island in 1834 found expression in a petition signed by around 10,000 of them including the old immigrants.
Published in Society
Friday, 02 March 2012 13:07

Education News

Rs 500, 000 to Quatre-Bornes SSS
In a bid to improve the infrastructure of the school, a cheque of Rs 500, 000 was submitted to Quatre Bornes SSS on Monday. This is in line with the budgetary measure as announced by the Minister of Finance for better infrastructures of institutions.
Till date, 237 out of 280 schools have claimed the Rs 500,000 and the authorities have already approved 17 projects.
Published in Education
La saison de pêche à la senne a été officiellement lancée, jeudi matin, à Trou-d’Eau-Douce, en présence du ministre des Affaires, des Entreprises et des Coopératives, Jim Seetaram. Il avait à ses côtés ses collègues ministres, Nicolas Von Mally (de la Pêche) et Cader Sayed- Hossen (Industrie, du Commerce et de la Protection des consomma-teurs).
Published in Actualités
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