Iqbal Ahmed Khan

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Like most capitalisms in decay, the Mauritian variety is characterised by an economic squeeze on its middle class. One of the ways in which this has

  Everybody, apart from the PMSD that is, seems dead-set against the reintroduction of the communal census. The MMM – that abolished the census

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If the government gets its reform proposals pushed through, Rodrigues might get its long-standing wish for increased representation in parliament ful

The former deputy speaker of the National Assembly, Sanjeev Teeluckdharry, has declared war on Paul Lam Shang Leen. He accuses the former Supreme Cou

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In the evolution of any democracy, as in most things, progress must be perpetual, otherwise any system soon ossifies. Or worse, it starts going backw

In the old days, shamans smoked or ate herbs to put their own gloss on the depressing realities of their times. In today’s more materialistic age, th

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  The police force is currently going through a serious crisis. The government has decided to set up a task force to look into people named in the L

Now that the dust has settled around the Lam Shang Leen report on the Commission of Inquiry on Drugs, it’s time to take a dispassionate look at what

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  Khoda Pahar, nikla chuha (we dug a mountain and found only a mouse). This Urdu expression seems quite an apt summary of the government’s strat

With the steady diet of listening to ‘India-bashing’, ‘little India’, ‘big brother’ and the prime minister becoming the self-appointed guardian of De

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With the suspension of the penalty point system and the temporary switching off of the speed cameras, the new government is carrying out a key campai

If only it were that easy. A little trick of accountancy and poof… reality can be altered at a whim. All governments wish for that power but none rea

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Mauritians are disillusioned with their system of government. One indication of this is the perennial rage and mockery directed towards the political

  From time to time Mauritius is inexplicably gripped by one hysteria or another. Lately it’s been terrorism. A strange obsession in a country w

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