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A workshop, aiming to sensitise some 40 Prison Officers on how to safeguard the human rights of detainees, opened this morning at Clos St Louis, in Domaine Les Pailles, in the context of Human Rights Day 2014.

Asian International Trade & Cultural Expo is organized every year in Mauritius by RWL, it is called as a global gateway to the African and Asian Countries.

This London jazz and funk band is composed of twelve musicians and singers and directed by Jean-Paul Bluey Maunick. The son of poet Edouard Maunick, he was born in Mauritius and is currently based in London.

The market is known for its cheap eats. You can grab a couple of chilli cakes and samousas stuffed in a paper bag and sprinkled with chilli sauce for only 40 pence.

Dodo sandals (savat dodo or savat leponz in Mauritian Creole) have long been the favourite of Mauritians until sadly swept away by both new local and foreign brands.

The Chinese Spring Festival is a public holiday in Mauritius. Depending on the lunar calendar, it is celebrated either at the end of January or at the beginning of February

Pilgrims across the country walked to Grand Bassin with their Kanwars (a wooden structure with elaborate decorations) to celebrate the night of Lord Shiva. Grand-Bassin, the sacred lake is also known as Ganga Talao.

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