• Economics
    year, the private sector has 27,000 admissions for in-patient treatment, undertakes 13,000 surgical operations and delivers over 2,000 babies. Health Sector Development In recent years, the pattern of health problems in Mauritius has changed dramatically. The infectious diseases of the...
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  • The harmony of the spherer
    story. I believe he is a writer just like Elliot. 3) Who is Elliot Crane? - Elliot is the main character in the story. He is a 32-year-old brilliant, but very disturbed English writer. Elliot is suffering from paranoid schizophrenia. The story starts with his suicide. He is married to Lucy and was...
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  • Ignou
    , though training seems to be actually the best available solution to avoid human obsolescence. To conclude, the human obsolescence is not only an organizational problem but has become a social problem. Loss of job all of sudden leads to emotional breakdown. It leads to suicide and killing of family...
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  • Macroeconomics
    money value of final goods produced using their current prices. prices. e.g Mauritius, 2008 GDP at market price= Rsbn 265.3 2009 GDP at market price = Rsbn 277.0 Changes in Nominal GDP overstate growth as they reflect both: 1. Changes in output of goods over time (Relates to changes in standard of...
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  • Problems of Society (Law, Crime, Punishment)
    including alcohol may lead to health problems, social problems, morbidity, injuries, unprotected sex, violence, deaths, motor vehicle accidents, homicides, suicides, physical dependence or psychological addiction. There is a high rate of suicide in alcoholics and other drug abusers. The reasons...
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  • Fdi Inindia Ananalysis on Theimpact of Fdi in Indias Retail Sector-
    INFLOWS Others France Germany Cyprus Country Japan Netherlands U.K U.S.A. Singapore Mauritius 0 10 2 2 4 4 19 % 4 5 7 9 42 20 30 40 50 %age to total Inflows (in terms of US $) The analyses of the origin of FDI inflows to India show that the new policy has broadened the source of FDI into...
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  • Suiside
    murdered another human being.  An additional view concerns the act of asking for salvation and accepting Jesus Christ as personal savior, which must be done prior to death. This is an important aspect of many Protestant denominations, and the problem with suicide is that once dead the individual is...
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  • Youth Violence: a Significant Yet Unspoken Cause of Harm to the Next Generation.
    force or power threatened or actual, exerted by or against the above age group, which results in injury, psychological harm, maldevelopment or deprivation. Moreover, despite its various forms, physical, verbal, sexual, emotional and cultural, to name a few, the problem of youth violence cannot be...
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  • Economic Crisis
    Reflections on the global economic crisis Markandey Katju |The central problem is not how to increase production, but how to increase the purchasing power of the masses in a grossly iniquitous economy. | |This is the time for all serious thinkers to address the challenge...
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  • Urbanisation
    helping, along with the rural-urban migration, to swell the populations of individual cities more than ever before. Necessarily, social, economic, and political problems of major significance are being created by the huge rural-urban migration and the rapid rise of megapolises in countries whose main...
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  • Mba Project on Production and Operation Management
    . GDP growth estimate has been lowered to 6.2 % for 2011-12 from the 6.5% estimated earlier. GAAR Deferred for Two Years: Foreign investors, especially those coming via Mauritius, got a big relief as government deferred the controversial General Anti-Avoidance the norms effective from the 2016-17...
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  • Dylan Thomas and His Poetry
    that he was a "conchie" ("concienting" objector) and was often attacked. For a while he thought that he would have to work in a Mauritius factory. Thomas said, "deary me, I'd rather be a poet any day and live on guile and beer." Instead, he worked in a documentary film unit under one of John...
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  • Present Trade Relation Betwwn India and Ethiopia
     (urban and rural) Ethiopian due to lack of alternative livelihood options, periods of poor agricultural harvest or drought faces malnutrition and hunger. In poor economies like Ethiopia, one major critical problem of the dysfunctional nature of agricultural markets is the lack of physical...
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  • Banks in India - Nationalisation of Banks
    their loan recovery efforts in connection with housing, vehicle and personal loans. There are press reports that the banks' loan recovery efforts have driven defaulting borrowers to suicide List of Nationalised Banks 1. Allahabad Bank 2. Andhra Bank 3. Bank of Baroda 4. Bank of India 5. Bank of...
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  • Wayne
    traditional schools fail to cover the whole syllabus within a standard time frame (e.g. Hong Kong Advanced Level). Teachers feel that they must “finish the syllabus at all costs”, hence they do not permit the sort of individual attention that can get to the root of the problem, and so supplementary...
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  • Essay
    socials problems at the destination including; crime, gambling and drug and alcohol abuse as well as loss of cultural identity (Wilkinson. 1989). This has not yet been the case in Mauritius as their strategy to maintain and market the destination as upmarket, prestigious and luxurious has meant...
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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.
    low standard of living where foreign aid was often sought. Social Inequity/ problems Today, Mauritius is a well known welfare state where development is known to be inclusive and not exclusive. A major issue was the existence of a poor community which could hardly manage to sustain the burden...
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  • Frontline Issue
    will be taxed only in that state. Thus, if a Mauritius company earns capital gains in India, then such income is not eligible to be taxed in India. Moreover, capital gains arising from the sale of securities in India by a Mauritian resident are taxable only in Mauritius. The problem arises...
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  • Dividend
    theory was also a challenging subject as there was no such study carried out on the Stock Exchange of Mauritius. As in any other research, this research also was exposed to several constraints. First and foremost, time factor has been a main problem in the conduct of this study. Given the new position...
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  • Charles Baudalaire
    year. On his way to India he left his ship and got off at an island called Mauritius. The islands beautiful images left a deep impression on him even after he quickly returned to France and were often brought a about later on his life through his poetry and his wife (Betz 224; Lyons) Upon returning...
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