Touria Prayag

Editor in chief - Weekly

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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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An apparent calm seems to have come back to the island. The electoral petitions filed by opposition parties are taking centre stage and Roshi Bhadain

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If you took a screenshot of Mauritius today, you would see a lot of smiles. We are a country that arguably beats the Brits when it comes to keeping a

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Tourism, one of the largest industries in the country, is today cause for much concern. With no tourists on the island and a tug of war taking place

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“Corona is like your wife,” said Malaysian Minister Mahfud MD. “Initially, you try to control it, then you realise you can’t so you learn to live wit

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There is no way to sugar-coat this: the world is on its knees. And our country is no exception. Jobs are being lost by the bucketful, food prices are

As the Labour Party flexed its muscles with a strong showing at Kewal Nagar to celebrate the 120th birth anniversary of Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam and

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Un mets facile, rapide, nourrissant et passe-partout. Un amuse-bouche parfait.

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  One has to marvel at the Mauritian government’s ability to pull off such a rather heartless plan. But it did. And many Mauritians and re

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After Cardinal Maurice Piat’s homily where he made what was perceived as a political speech indirectly reproaching the government with many scourges

Chaque mois, nous invitons un politicien ou un observateur politique à analyser l'échiquier tout en...cuisinant. Notre but est une bonne interview et

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  Nothing predestined Bruneau Laurette to become the national hero he has turned out to be. He was a totally unknown figure. Dressed in ar

Kitchen Politics is a new feature we will be offering in Weekly every month. The interview is conducted in the host’s kitchen while s/he is presentin

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  The decision to re-open our borders as from October must have been received with a sigh of relief by the thousands of our compatriots wh

This week, Weekly sits with heavy-weight Senior Counsel Yousuf Mohamed to talk about the protest march held in Port Louis on Saturday. We also took t