Some drivers sometimes think that people can see through their windows tint and guess their intentions on the road. I am rather courteous on the roads but but in these cases, I simply ignore these drivers. Probably some other driver will give them way but definitely not me! Let's share our views on this topic!
As time goes by, I am more and more thinking that I made the wrong choice when I decided to vote for lalliance lepep. They are showing their true colors now, just like any other politician in power. Although there's no lack of examples, I will go straight-forward to today's point. The (acting?) Minister of Technology has... Continue Reading →
According to this national regulatory authority for the ICT sector and the postal services, Mauritians might be more willing to purchase and carry out payment transactions without any fear on local e-commerce web sites displaying the "Trust Seal" awarded by the local authorities on several criteria.
For the past 30 minutes, I have been struggling to write this post, starting over again and again while trying to think how to share that feeling I have right now. That feeling of how badly Mauritius has been doing not only during this month but since the first days of the year itself.
This recommendation was made by the DPP (Directeur de Poursuites Publiques) a few days back in the montly newsletter issued in January 2013 but strangely, very little has been said on this topic, most probably because this subject is still a taboo.
I long wanted to write a new article but I could not think of anything interesting enough to pull people out of the festive mood. I kept on writing and later deleting the posts until I wrote this title.
Just like any of us, he is a human after all. But personally, I found this shot as truly "du-jamais-vu".
Voilà. Le magistrat Mahesh Beeharry vient d’être acquitté de la charge qui pesait sur lui pour l'usage de son arme à feu quelques mois de cela.