Iqbal Ahmed Khan

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The death of a policewoman on duty during an antinarcotics operation has thrown into sharp relief the fact that the authorities are struggling with t

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  The opposition parties have been quick to hail the results of the village council elections as a victory for them and a defeat for the MSM and the

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With the National Assembly and its speaker, Sooroojdev Phokeer, under withering criticism of late, the question must be asked whether the parliament

Business Mauritius has taken State plan to overhaul the pension system into the CSG to the Supreme Court; meanwhile, lawyer Hervé Duval is challengin

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The Angus Road scandal took on a new twist in the National Assembly on Tuesday with Leader of the opposition Arvin Boolell arguing that the Speaker o

The clash between Leader of the Opposition Arvin Boolell and Speaker Sooroojdev Phokeer in the National Assembly is only getting worse. This time ove

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Mauritian citizens are currently not allowed to travel to the European Union (EU) member states. That’s according to a list of ‘safe countries’ publi

Whether Trump stays on or the world witnesses a new Biden presidency, here are the biggest issues that Mauritius will have to deal with the next US p

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The elections are currently underway in the US. When will we finally know whether Joe Biden or Donald Trump will be the next President of the United

Prime Minister Pravind Jugnauth on Sunday said that his government was under pressure from the tourism industry over the manner and the pace with whi

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On 29 October, Roukaya Kasenally and Ramola Ramtohul, two academics at the University of Mauritius, released a study on the cost of conducting politi

Wavel Ramkalawan est le nouveau Président des Seychelles. Ce que beaucoup ne savent pas c’est qu’il a conduit ses études pour devenir prêtre anglican

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The election of Wavel Ramkalawan marks the beginning of a new era for the politics of Seychelles, bringing to an end the more than four-decade long r

The clash between Mauritius and the Maldives over their maritime borders at the International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea has only just got start