• Science
    Mauritius! Jina Alikozay 8A1 The flag of Mauritius consists of four equal-sized horizontal stripes - the top stripe is red; the next one yellow; and the blue and bottom. The red stripe represents the country's struggle for independence; the blue symbolizes the Indian Ocean, which surrounds the...
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  • Ssr-the Father of the Nation
    Mauritian politician and statesman, a leader in the Mauritian independence movement, and the first Chief Minister, Prime Minister and sixth Governor General of Mauritius. He is known as the "Father of the Mauritian Nation", he led Mauritius to independence in 1968 and worked for the emancipation of the Mauritian...
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  • Critically Examine the Main Factors and Issues That Have Been Determinant in Public Policy Making in Mauritius Since the Second World War to Modern Times.
    In a post-world war period, Mauritius has made a transition from being an under-developed economy towards being an upper-middle economy which is today the best African governed country according to the Ibrahim Index of African Governance. However, until the 1980’s Mauritius was affected by several issued...
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  • Port Louis a Cultural Gem
    Ocean St. Denis Reunion Island Proposal Title: Port Louis, A Cultural Gem [pic] Submitted by: Ms. Pravita Devi Bamma,Mauritius Introduction Mauritius is known as a rainbow island and a reference as a country of dream with the peaceful cohabitation of various ethnic groups. Though...
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  • Mauritius, Social Housing: Social Movement and Low Income Housing in Mauritius
    Mauritius: Social Housing Social Movement and Low Income Housing in Mauritius Abstract: The Republic of Mauritius has been a model success story in both economic and social progress among both the African nations and the whole world. Despite many odds, the country has made tremendous economic progress...
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  • A Rich Man Unexpectedly Lost His Wealth
    Mauritius From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation, search For other uses, see Mauritius (disambiguation). Not to be confused with Mauritania. Coordinates: 20.2°S 57.5°E Republic of Mauritius Flag Coat of arms Motto: "Stella Clavisque Maris Indici" (Latin) "Star and Key...
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  • Air Mauritius
    Air Mauritius Air Mauritius is the national airline of Mauritius, based in Port Louis - the capital of Mauritius. Its main base comprises of Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam International Airport (MRU), Mauritius. The airline provides domestic as well as international services, operating as many 80 flights...
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  • Tourisium
    and develop our strengths. We need also to cooperate with others to maximise our influence and effectiveness on important issues of the day.” Referring to Mauritius is the gateway for investors in sub-Saharan Africa, he said that Singapore is also the gateway to East Asia, which means that there are...
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  • Offshore Banking
    Located due east of Madagascar in the Indian Ocean, Mauritius can be described as one of the best-kept secrets in this part of the world.  This relatively unknown island certainly can be called a tax advantaged jurisdiction, aside from also being one of most beautiful places (and one of the least expensive)...
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  • Social Entrepreneurship
    fishing industry." (Bill Drayton, CEO, chair and founder of Ashoka). Today, social entrepreneurs are working in many countries to create avenues for independence and opportunity for those who otherwise would be locked into lives without hope. They range from Jim Fruchterman of Benetech, who uses technology...
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  • Mauritiues
    3.3 Mauritius Mauritius at a Glance Area (km²) GDP/capita (US$) 2005 Population (million) 2005 Coastline (km) EEZ (km²) Total Fish Production (MT) Total Value of Fish Production in US$ People employed in Fisheries Industrial Fisheries Artisanal Fisheries Fish Exports (MT) 2005 Fish Imports (MT) 2005...
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  • Royal College
    The Royal College of Curepipe is one of the oldest institutions of the Republic of Mauritius, but although the actual building was completed in 1914, the history of the Royal College of Curepipe stretches back to to 1791. In that particular year, the ancestor of the Royal College of Curepipe, the 'College...
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  • industrial relations
    Benefits  ..................................................................................................... 32  . 1.6  Industrial Relations in Mauritius  ................................................................................ 3  . 4.6  Paternity Leave ....................................
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  • Republic Day
    Republic Day (India) From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia |Republic Day | |[pic] | |Soldiers of the Madras Regiment during the annual Republic Day Parade in...
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  • Privy Council Jeewan Mohit V Dpp
    Privy Council Appeal No 31 of 2005 Jeewan Mohit Appellant v. The Director of Public Prosecutions of Mauritius Respondent FROM THE SUPREME COURT OF MAURITIUS - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - JUDGMENT OF THE LORDS OF THE JUDICIAL COMMITTEE OF THE PRIVY COUNCIL Delivered the 25th...
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  • Seychelles
    Some of the Neighboring countries: Comoros Madagascar Mauritius Tanzania Geographic Features: Forty-two of the country’s islands are granite “It is geographically...
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  • Lord Mackay Presidential Report
    contract an din tort 4.14 Pre-trial management 4.14 Strong attitude of Courts against adjournments & postponements 4.14 Trial to continue from day to day until completed 4.15 Timely pronouncement of judgment 4.16 Abolition of Inscription Falsi Procedure 4.17 Production of skeleton argument by respondent...
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  • Independence of All Country
    Independence/National Days | | Definition: Independence or National Days are perhaps the most important day for a country to commemorate as a national holiday....
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  • Emerging Economic Sectors in Mauritius
    EMERGING ECONOMIC SECTORS IN MAURITIUS INTRODUCTION 1 LAND USE 2 RENEWABLE ENERGY 5 BUSINESS PROCESS OUTSOURCING (BPO) 8 MARINE RESOURCES 15 MEDIA AND ENTERTAINMENT INDUSTRY 18 BIOTECHNOLOGY AND BIOMEDICAL 19 CONCLUSION 23 INTRODUCTION In the recent...
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  • Managing Drug Supply for the Public Sector Mauritius
    income of about US$ 260 at the time of independence in 1968, Mauritius emerged from an under-developed economy to that of an upper middle income economy. In 2006 Mauritius had a per capita income of US$ 6431 or $11 643 in purchasing power parity (PPP) terms. Mauritius witnessed a shift from a mono-crop...
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