Uk Mauritius

Glasgow 2014: Commonwealth Games Begin at Celtic Park

Tartan-clad performers, spinning oversized Tunnock's tea cakes and a giant kilt were among the highlights at a feel-good Commonwealth Games 2014 opening ceremony on Wednesday night.

24 Jul 2014,

Visa Étudiant en Angleterre : Les Erreurs à Éviter

Les étudiants mauriciens partant pour le Royaume-Uni, cette année, doivent se pré­parer. Cela inclut les procédures pour obtenir leur visa étudiant.

08 Jul 2014,

Andy Coulson Gets 18 Months in Tabloid Phone Hacking

Andy Coulson, a former senior editor in Rupert Murdoch’s news empire and a onetime adviser to Prime Minister David Cameron, was sentenced on Friday to 18 months in prison for his part in the phone hacking scandal that convulsed Britain’s press, police and political elite and inspired calls for tighter regulation of journalists.

05 Jul 2014,

Wallet Drop: World's Least Honest Cities

Four continents, 16 cities, 192 "lost" wallets. That's the basic formula for a recent sticky fingers experiment by Reader's Digest.

04 Jul 2014,

Chagos: le Gouvernement Britannique Profite de la Popularité du Nom de Domaine «.io»

Combien a touché le gouvernement britannique depuis la mise en vente du nom de domaine «.io», en 1998 ? Difficile de répondre, tant le succès de ce nom de domaine a été grand.

02 Jul 2014,

Murdered Michaela McAreavey's Family ''Determined'' to Get Justice for Bride Killed in Mauritius

The family of murdered Michaela McAreavey are “more determined” than ever to get justice, the Irish Mirror reports.

05 Jun 2014,

Prince Charles Compares Vladimir Putin to Adolf Hitler During Talk With Holocaust Survivor

The comments came Monday as Prince Charles and wife Camilla visited the Canadian Museum of Immigration in Halifax, Nova Scotia. The Prince was speaking to a 78-year-old museum volunteer who is a Holocaust survivor when he said, 'And now Putin is doing just about the same as Hitler,' according to the Daily Mail.

22 May 2014,

Parc Marin aux Chagos : Boolell Critique l’Action de la Grande-Bretagne

Les travaux du tribunal d’arbitrage, mis sur pied sous la Convention des droits de la mer, ont débuté à Istanbul, mardi. Les débats portent sur la création d’un parc marin (Marine Protected Area) dans l’archipel des Chagos.

25 Apr 2014,

David Moyes: Manchester United Manager Sacked by Club

Manchester United manager David Moyes has been sacked, only 10 months after succeeding Sir Alex Ferguson.

22 Apr 2014,

Navy Base on the Line as Mauritius Tries to Pit U.S., U.K. in Island’s Sovereignty Bid

The island nation of Mauritius is trying to wedge itself between Washington and London in a diplomatic drive for control of a group of British-ruled islands — one of which has been leased to the U.S. military for nearly 50 years.

14 Apr 2014,

Heritage: Dodo, More Questions

A fragment of the left femur dodo will be auctioned, Thursday, April 10 in London. This 14 cm long bone will be sold to the highest bidder by Christie's , a company London auction. It is estimated between £10,000 and £15,000, (Rs 500,000 and Rs 750,000).

10 Apr 2014,

UK Retailers Turn to Mauritius Suppliers

UK retailers are increasingly turning to Mauritius in favour of the Far East for the manufacture of jerseys, knits and denim, attracted by shorter lead times and lack of export tariffs.

09 Apr 2014,

478 Mauritians Expelled From Britain Since 2011

According to the Passport and Immigration Office , 38 Mauritians were expelled from the UK this year, and 478 were from 2011 to date. This substantial numbers almost prompted the government of Her Majesty to review the conditions of entry for Mauritian citizens in Britain.

09 Apr 2014,

Yashika Bageerathi : « Je Suis Toute Seule à Maurice et J’ai Peur »

Alors que personne ne sait où elle se trouve à Maurice, Yashika Bageerathi, déportée de l’Angleterre dans la nuit du mercredi 2 avril après que sa demande d’asile a été rejetée, a accordé un entretien à la chaîne britannique ITV News.

04 Apr 2014,

Mauritius Opposes the Sale of the Dodo Bones in England

Mauritius formally objects to the sale of dodo bones of England. Port Louis has officially written to London about it.

03 Apr 2014,

Student Yashika Bageerathi Deported to Mauritius

An A-Level student from north London has been removed from the country and is being flown back to Mauritius after a last ditch legal challenge failed.

03 Apr 2014,

Mauricienne Menacée D’exportation: Yashika Bageerathi Toujours en Grande-Bretagne

Elle a eu un sursis. Yashika Bageerathi, une étudiante mauricienne de 19 ans en Grande-Bretagne, menacée d’expulsion, n’a finalement pas été renvoyée à Maurice. Toutefois, on ne connaît pas la raison pour laquelle elle n’a pas décollé de Londres hier, dimanche 30 mars, à 17 heures.

31 Mar 2014,

Mauritian Threatened with Deportation: Yashika back to Mauritius Sunday

Today, Sunday, March 30, the immigration of UK will expel schoolgirl Yashika Bageerathi. The girl will be repatriated to Mauritius at the expense of British taxpayers. Aged 19, she settled in the Enfield area with her mother and her younger brother she joined with a tourist visa.

30 Mar 2014,

Yashika Bageerathi To Be Deported With Family

The family of a teenager who came close to being deported on her own are to be sent back to Mauritius along with the 19-year-old after losing their appeal, it emerged on Tuesday.

26 Mar 2014,

Threatened with Deportation in England: Grosse Mobilization for Mauritian

The never-seen! The campaign 'Fight for Yashika has been launched on Facebook and in the British press (Sky News, The Independent, The Guardian) and even Twitter to counter the deportation of a 19-years-old Mauritian. The services of the British immigration threaten to deport Yashika Bageerathi, 19, on Tuesday, after the call of our compatriot was rejected.

25 Mar 2014,