02 July 2015
It is high time now that our Criminal Justice System mainly on our law of evidence and on police interrogation techniques need reviewing thoroughly. According to Judges Rules, police have to caution a suspect before interrogating him or her.
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The paycheck you get at the end of each month is not based on your hard work, commitment or loyalty. It’s based on a system that’s so unfair, unethical and selfish, it’s a wonder we’re still seemingly fine with it.
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“The man who has no music in himself, nor is he moved by the concords of sweet sound, is fit for, stratagem, trick and spoil”, wrote William Shakespeare. Confucius (551-478 BC) had another wise saying : “If you wish to know whether a country’s government is well-regulated and its customs are pure, listen to its music”. Music, whether classical or contemporary, is always universal and eventually brings coolness and serenity to all music lovers. In the world of students, music is a unifying art. Music is also the universal language. In fact, there is no more noble expression than music.
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Justice and righteousness object that some people must be disqualified to hold prestigious job in the running of one’s country. Oligarchic practice, long entertained by ignorance, should be a thing of the past.
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Something truly historic is happening. A new leftist party that was founded less than three years ago is entering parliament, ensuring in the process that the ruling establishment party of the past 13 years will lose its firm majority grasp on the country. The country is Turkey and the new leftist party is the Peoples’ Republic Party (HDP).
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The World Bank Report 2013 on road accidents in Mauritius, which had been kept in a drawer, has just been made public by the Ministry of Public Infrastructure. The report reveals that though roads in Mauritius are much better than on the African continent, their sizes in comparison with Europe pose great danger and are real causes for road accidents.
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Mother’s Day is observed on the second Sunday in May, and in schools on the preceding Friday. The idea for the holiday is generally credited to Miss Anna M. Jarvis (1864-1948) of Philadelphia. A native of Grafton, she went in 1904 to Philadelphia, where her mother died on the 9th of May 1905. On the anniversary of her Mother’s death, she held an informal Memorial Meeting of friends and in 1907 a church service was held at Grafton on the death anniversary.
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À notre époque, le travail est très absorbant pour papa et maman. À la différence de la maman d'autrefois, qui écroulait sous les tâches ménagères, mais parvenait à consacrer beaucoup de temps à ses enfants, celle d’aujourd’hui se tue au boulot. Le peu de temps qu’elle consacre aux enfants n’est pas de qualité.
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Do we have to worry about the amount of pesticides in our fruits and vegetables that are sold in Mauritius? According to the Agricultural and Research Extension Unit (AREU), the answer is no, as the amount of pesticides is under strict control on our fruits and vegetables. Most pesticides are known for their toxic effects on human beings, especially on the nervous system, affecting hormone glands and have carcinogenic effects, and cause irritation of the eyes, lungs and skin. To this day, no sign of such symptoms has been disclosed.
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Nous avons, à maintes reprises, souligné que les gens au pouvoir doivent donner le bon exemple en pratiquant ce qu’ils prêchent. Nous apprenons maintenant, que dans le cas du gouvernement sortant, il y a eu de nombreux des cas de passe-droit et des tas de scandales.
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