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  • Shakuntala Boolell

    Figures émergentes de l’ère postcoolitude Moonishwurlall Chintamunnee et son combat Une récente visite à Aapravasi Ghat laisse place à la réflexion. On se demande comment, à l’époque de la dure traversée de kalapani, les premiers travai...
  • Rajiv Servansingh

    From “Structural Reforms” to Transformational Change and New Politics It is becoming increasingly obvious that a necessary condition for breaking away from the present policy morass may be an overhaul in political leadership in the country Rajiv...
  • Nita Chicooree-Mercier

    Chronique Hebdo Food habits and health issues -- Nita Chicooree-Mercier For the past ten years, the Ministry of Health has undertaken an information and awareness campaign on MBC to sensitize the public on diabetes and cholesterol. Much emphasis h...
  • Mrinal Roy

    Fidel Castro the revolutionary icon -- Mrinal Roy A revolution is a struggle to the death between the future and the past. -- Fidel Castro The struggle for independence from colonial rule or freedom from oppressive regimes, dictators or militar...
  • Kul Bhushan

    Letter from New Delhi Talented artist who created celebrity portraits, Dial Sagoo, dies in London -- Kul Bhushan A former resident Nairobi, Dial Singh Sagoo, an artist who drew Jomo Kenyatta in 1961 while the Kenyan leader was held in detention in...
  • Interview Cassam Uteem

    Interview : Cassam Uteem, Ancien Président de la République ‘Maurice souffre d’un manque de leadership chronique. Certains s’interrogent même s’il y aurait un pilote à bord !’ * ‘La colère gronde dans la rue. Mais quel visage de ...
  • Editorial

    Shifting the Burden of Adjustment to workers According to data published by Statistics Mauritius, September 2016 saw an increase of 0.7% in the prices of food and non-alcoholic beverages. In particular, prices of rice, fish, fruits, meat and sugar ...
  • Dr Rajagopala Soondron

    The Crucible We have inherited a bit of every continent. And in our island state there are individuals from different cultures who have to adapt to new truths -- Dr Rajagopal Soondron We are back, at last. Yes, we had started our journey some six...
  • Dr R Neerunjun Gopee

    A Call for Cultural Work Dr R Neerunjun Gopee If you want any reform in your society, you have to begin with yourself. How does it matter what the other has done, or not done? – Mauni Baba of Ujjain Just over sixty years ago, in the 2nd yea...
  • Clifford Ng Kwet Chan

    Un mur sans éclat Pour combien de temps encore devrais-je laisser collées au mur de notre salon les deux affiches ...
  • Anil Gujadhur

    Choices to make Abiding by law -- Anil Gujadhur I still recall that when we from Mauritius went out in the 1990s to convince people from other countries to come over to do financial business from Mauritius, one of the arguments that we employ...
  • MT 60 yrs 2 Dec 16

    2nd Year No 72 Friday – 23rd December 1955 • Some people talk about peace so loudly that it sounds like war. – Jawaharlal Nehru Live and Let Languages Live This time of the year is a most auspicious occasion to speak to men’s h...
  • MT 60 yrs 25 Nov 16

    2nd Year No 72 Friday – 23rd December 1955 • Some people talk about peace so loudly that it sounds like war. – Jawaharlal Nehru Youth and Politics Must youth dabble in politics? Youth has always taken a keen interest. The h...
  • Rajiv Servansingh

    A Taste of a Post Globalized World The famous sociologist and political thinker Ralf Dahrendorf has been forecasting an “authoritarian 21st Century” for quite some time now. It seems that he is being proven right -- Rajiv Servansingh ...
  • Murli Dhar

    Betamax, Law and Ethics It will be a matter of concern if it was established that the government did a disservice to the country’s international image by acting without following due process -- Murli Dhar The Office of the Director of...
  • Mrinal Roy

    Topsy-turvy times ahead The world is profoundly worried as long standing,well established and predictable political, commercial and economic ties have suddenly become unpredictable -- Mrinal Roy The world as we know it is being profoundly ...
  • Interview David Snoxell

    Interview: David Snoxell, Coordinator - All-Party Chagos Islands Parliamentary Group ‘The UK will need to negotiate with Mauritius ...it’s also called diplomacy, which as a former diplomat, I believe is a better way forward than litigati...
  • Interview Milan Meetarbhan

    Interview: Milan Meetarbhan “Investors vote with their feet when governments act with total disregard for what is right and wrong” * ‘A future government will need a lot of time to rebuild our institutions. But it will need to have th...
  • Forum - Neil Seepujak

    Britain – don’t bother The factual value of what you read now in the British press is radically indeterminate. The future is certainly so. The conclusion of whether or not you choose to risk to come here, invest or study here, is another mat...
  • Editorial

    ODPP & Betamax No Further Action It will soon be two years since the new Government, installed after the December 10, 2014 victory in the general elections, in order execute the threats bandied about on its political platforms during the e...