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Dans le sillage de ce nouveau projet, ne serait-il pas judicieux de se pencher sur le danger qui en découlerait pour notre secteur bancaire ?

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Recent concerns of Rodriguan and Mauritian authorities regarding the latest earth tremors near Rodrigues and possible aftermath effects prompt me to

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Mauritius will move backward by 400 years should the three bills tabled by minister Roshi Bhadain be voted by Parliament, suggests the author.

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The huge gap in gender ratio between male and female could have derailed the indenture system in Mauritius. Reason why the British and Indian authori

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The Smart Cities Scheme, the child of PPP (Public/Private Partnership), is intended to be a remake or a continuation of the Illovo deal, with the act

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It is the vision and ambition of the Minister of Education to improve our education system by addressing a series of challenges. One of the challenge

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The United Nations celebrates its 70 years tommorrow October 24. It means different things to many different people. The Cold War dominated its agend

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Mauritius has been plagued by a number of scandals in the last few years especially in higher education and the magnitude of these scandals has been

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En marge de la Journée mondiale du refus de la misère, l’ancien président de Maurice tient à rappeler qu’on ne peut prétendre pouvoir construire un a

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Since the 1990s, we are still trying to understand what it means to be an intelligent island. But we need to address four key areas in order to reap

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This a terrible human crisis the world is facing today. Tens of thousands migrants are risking their lives by taking dangerous journeys across the Me

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The history of the British Labour party demonstrates that leftwingers, though acclaimed as mass heroes, enjoyed only a brief spell because of the “ci

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“If we, in Mauritius, are where we are today, it is largely because of the role teachers have played in shaping the destiny of those innumerable men

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Mauritiushas a diverse world class regulatory framework, but to compete directly with New York City, London or Tokyo would be impossible, writes the

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