Only 3 days left for the general elections! Similar to the past 2014 elections, I wanted to write some words to sum up my feelings around how the country was governed during the current mandate. Back in December 2014, I really wanted a change in the government for several reasons and at that point of... Continue Reading →
Ladies and Gentlemen, For the 5th time in the history, I have the immense pleasure to welcome all of you to the biggest and most prestigious awards ceremony of the Mauritian web, the Yashvinblogs Awards! As you already know, I'm your host on this very special day of Friday 13th which some consider as lucky... Continue Reading →
Ladies and Gentlemen, Warm welcome to the most awaited annual rendez-vous of the blog. Already at its fourth edition, the Yashvinblogs Awards has been a truly enriching series of events in which actors of our country are given the prestigious awards of the blog based on different criteria, namely their actions, activity, participation and sense of humor during the... Continue Reading →
In 3 days time, over 900,000 Mauritians will be required to head towards their respective voting centers to exercise one of their constitution rights - The right to vote. With 2 consecutive mandates, the current government is looking forward to another victory and one of their main points in their manifesto is the implementation of the... Continue Reading →
Today's headlines on "News on Sunday" is short and clear but yet, says a lot. I just hope that the concerned persons get the message which we, youngsters, who are neither part of their "pti copains" network nor benefit from any of their privileges .
I personally heard several persons complaining the disinterest of the younger generation in politics. Here's what I think about this topic.
After the worldwide success of the first edition held last year, it is with an immense pleasure that I'm welcoming all of you today for the second edition of the unique and most awaited (lol) award in Mauritius, I named, the Yashvinblogs Awards!
First of all, my sincere apologies to all the Patricks reading this post. I really thought a lot before using those words in the title.
Personally, I think that this person just speaks rubbish while trying to cover up things happening in the country and taking Mauritians for stupids!
Not later than yesterday morning, I shared last year's post promoting the various leisure activities offered at reduced price for the public holiday of the 1st May 2012. Few hours ago, the prime minister announced that his labour party won't be holding any political gatherings on this day because of the tragic floods of the 30th March 2013.