Touria Prayag

Editor in chief - Weekly

touria.prayag@lexpress.mu

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Touria Prayag is a graduate in Linguistics and Literature and holds a Master’s in Linguistics and Stylistics from Edinburgh University, a postgraduate Diploma in Applied Linguistics from the same university and postgraduate qualifications from Moray House College, Edinburgh. She was working as Dean of the Faculty of Humanities at the Charles Telfair Institute before she joined La Sentinelle to set up the l’Express Weekly supplement, which paved the way for Weekly magazine of which she is currently the editor-in-chief. Touria’s hobbies include reading, jogging and cooking. 

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With a delegation headed by Minister Mentor Anerood Jugnauth having left to go to the UN to lobby for the Chagos issue, Weekly speaks to Milan Meetar

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It is too late for Roshi Bhadain to change his mind about tendering his resignation. And he won’t. By the end of next week at the latest, we will div

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The US embassy recently hosted a workshop on Genetic Transformation Technology. Weekly speaks to Jane Morris, Independent Life Sciences consultant an

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It was a cheap shot. “Madam speaker, it is sad that many governments have worked to build the offshore sector and that the opposition and the media a

Publicité

  With the uncertainty over the terms and conditions of the Rs18 loan from India, Weekly speaks to the former foreign affairs minister, Arvin Boolel

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The manner in which the government decided to terminate the contract with Betamax was arguably one of the most crooked acts ever taken in our name. N

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This week, Weekly speaks to Roshi Bhadain, former minister of good governance and financial services and now leader of the Reform Party and independe

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  Start from the very simple principle that whatever the spin-doctors don’t tell you, they don’t want you to know. Now apply that to the prime minis

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Weekly speaks to Muhammad Waakid Allybocus, a master’s graduate in law who is forced to sell vegetables to make ends meet because of the dearth of em

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Mauritian leader: Namashkar Netajee1. Indian leader: Welcome, Mr. lompost or lampost? ML: It’s actually L’imposte. But I’d rather you didn’t use it

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  I knew Poorranarnenden Sungeelee, mechanical engineer and key member of the consumer association, Association des consommateurs de l'île Maurice,

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This is not about throwing him a pity party. Nor is it about a chap we interviewed this week, a lawyer who has been out of work since he qualified, a

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opinions Politique

Here’s a piece of advice. And it’s free: If ever you are caught with your snout in the trough, follow these simple steps.  Look at the person in fr

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  It was grotesque. Even by the standards of our national broadcaster, the Mauritius Broadcasting Corporation surpassed itself this week when repo

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