Boolell Mauritius

Moving towards the ban of ( or controlled access to) pornographic sites to kids

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.

20 Feb 2013, Yashvin, pages of my life

Boolell rewinds to 1994 journalists’ arrests

Following the President’s vitriolic criticism of the MBC, the minister of Foreign Affairs and senior Labour Party member Arvin Boolell said Sir Anerood Jugnauth had “brought the office of the President into disrepute”. Speaking to The Independent, Boolell said, “He (SAJ) has no moral or legal rights to opine on an issue which he had [...]

22 Mar 2012, The Independent Daily

Boolell explores Schengen countries for labour export

After Canada and France and current negotiations with Australia, Mauritius will seize the opportunity to negotiate circular migration opportunities with the Schengen countries. These involve a selection of European countries such as Belgium, Germany and Italy, to name a few. This declaration was made by Foreign Affairs minister Arvin Boolell at the opening of a [...]

19 Jan 2012, The Independent Daily

College allotment computerised: Boolell

Rose Belle North Government School rewarded 237 of its students who successfully completed the Certificate of Primary Education (CPE) exams. The students include those from 2009, 2010 and 2011 batches and are the ones who received a minimum of 15 units at the exams. The ceremony was held in Rose Belle on Wednesday. The minister [...]

22 Dec 2011, The Independent Daily

Boolell asks developing countries to be united

During the international conference on International Trade and Investment, the minister of Foreign Affairs, Arvin Boolell appealed to the developing countries and small states to become a single undertaking. The conference is currently being held from December 19 to 21 at Le Meridien Hotel, Pointe aux Piments. “If all of us stand together and develop [...]

21 Dec 2011, The Independent Daily

COMESA infrastructure fund sets up shop here

Mauritius will host the COMESA Infrastructure Fund (CIF) as a private limited company. Making the announcement on Friday afternoon, the minister of Foreign Affairs, Regional Integration and International Trade, Arvin Boolell added that the CIF addresses productive capacity and infrastructure needs that will combine donor grants with private sector funds for affordable financing of regional [...]

18 Jun 2011, The Independent Daily

Sasha Hair Saloon is now in Port Louis

The Professional Hair Saloon Sasha is now in the capital. After Curepipe, Sasha Mosafeer opened a second salon “high tech” in Port-Louis at the end of last week. Latest technology, spacious and very relaxing. Thus comes the new hairdresser Sasha. Located at the corner of LĂ©oville-L’Homme and Sir William Newton (above the restaurant Nando’s), the

21 Mar 2011, MauritiusHot

Boolell proposes to extend territory

The minister of Foreign Affairs, Regional Integration and International Trade announced on Thursday that the government plans to increase it economic exclusive zone from 1.9 thousand kilometre square to 2.6 thousand kilometre square. He was speaking at a meet on the concept of the Mauritius Ocean State and was joined by geo-politician Shafiq Osman and [...]

04 Mar 2011, The Independent Daily