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High time to shift focus

to more important national issues

As the weeks go by, we have the impression that ever more tales of public midemeanours will keep unfolding on the scene.

Interview : Me Antoine Domingue PDF Print E-mail

Interview : Me Antoine Domingue, President du Bar Council

« S’il y a d’autres complaintes contre l’ancien Premier ministre, il faut qu’il aille en répondre devant la justice…

… mon propos, c’est dans la manière de faire, la procédure qui, d’après moi, est ‘most unfair’ »

* « Avec ce que nous avons vécu, je pense qu'il n'y a plus de place for any form of complacency ; il faut que les décisions soient prises au moment où elles doivent être prises ”

* « S’il y a un seul CP, alors que M. Nobin le démontre en prenant les décisions qui s’imposent»

Dr R Neerunjun Gopee PDF Print E-mail

The Video Went Viral

-- Dr R Neerunjun Gopee

Once it became available in the public domain, everybody seemed to have an opinion about the video showing the ‘mob-lynching’ of a girl student by her classmates in a pre-voc school.

Rajiv Servansingh PDF Print E-mail

40th Anniversary of 20th May 75: A Partial Inside Story

- Rajiv Servansingh

This year we celebrate the 40th anniversary of that fateful day of 20th May 1975 that marked the first ever mass student demonstration in the history of our country.

Anil Gujadhur PDF Print E-mail

The Local Cement Market: Powerless against Global Giants

-- Anil Gujadhur

Mauritius’ cement imports amount to Rs 1.8 – 2 billion annually. Up to mid-2011, there were three players supplying the local market with the State Trading Corporation (STC) providing 50% of domestic demand, and Lafarge and Holcim, two international companies, accounting for the remaining 50%.

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