Whether you are shy or social, exhausted or fresh, love to dance or not, you could not stop your feet from moving on the beat while watching the Mauritian Sega dance.
Sega is the musical way of expressing the joy and liveliness of Mauritians today, but it was initially discovered to express pain by enslaved Africans in Mauritius. The Discovery of Sega is another ancient story that involves Britishers enslaving people for their benefit.
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Are you visiting Mauritius soon? Make sure to don’t miss out on these foods because if you do, you’ll be guilty until your next trip to Mauritius.
Mauritius is loved for its islands and white beaches. There is one more fascinating thing about Mauritius apart from its beauty that lies in its islands, beaches, culture, and climate. It is food.
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Have you ever been in a situation where every contact is forwarding you the same message on WhatsApp about that particular thing?
As soon as you open YouTube, every video talks about that one thing.
Every notification you receive on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter tell you about that particular thing.
Have you ever seen fake news spreading with the speed of light?
You must have seen it because it is too familiar nowadays.
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Are you looking to register an NGO in India? Congratulations! You are in the correct place. Here you will get the exact step-by-step process to register your NGO in India.
In India, registering an NGO is not necessary. One can function individually or in a group for the betterment of society without getting officially registered. However, if you want effective management and access to more volunteers and resources for your NGO, it is essential to get registered. A registered NGO enjoys many privileges over an unregistered NGO.
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Confidence can undoubtedly affect how a person approaches their daily routine, including their sleep habits. Confident people may be more likely to stick to a consistent sleep schedule and less likely to hit the snooze button.
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Being consistent has been the key to success for many individuals worldwide. But have you ever wondered what makes you consistent or inconsistent?
Consistency refers to the quality of being steady and unchanging over time. It’s about being reliable, dependable, and maintaining a consistent level of performance or behaviour. Consistency can be crucial in various settings, including personal and professional. In personal relationships, being consistent can help build trust and strengthen bonds. In professional settings, consistency can be important for building a good reputation and achieving success. Being consistent can also be necessary for personal development. It can help you build good habits and routines and support your progress towards your goals. Consistency can also be significant for maintaining your mental and emotional well-being, as it can help you feel more stable and secure.
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Environmental Non-Governmental Organisations (ENGOs) are organisations formed to address environmental issues and promote environmental sustainability. This article ranks the best environmental NGOs in India.
ENGOs in India are involved in research, education, advocacy, and lobbying to create awareness and change. These organisations are independent of government control and are funded by donations, grants, and other sources. They are diverse and range from small, grassroots organisations to large, international organisations. They work on climate change, biodiversity conservation, energy, water, waste management, and air pollution.
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The provisions of the Registration of Associations Act govern the registration of an Association in Mauritius. This article provides details on how to register an NGO in Mauritius.
NGO stands for non-governmental organisation. While there is no universally agreed-upon definition of an NGO, it is typically a voluntary group or institution with a social mission that operates independently from the government. NGOs or similar organisations exist in all parts of the world. What is considered an NGO in one country may not qualify as an NGO in another, as legal definitions, permitted activities, monitoring, and oversight differ from country to country. The term can encompass many types of organisations.
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The world we live in today has been through thousands of years of evolution, and so has mankind. Like many things, we have missed learning an essential aspect of human behaviour – minding our own business. For no rhyme or reason, we love to find out what’s happening in other people’s lives and derive some sort of pleasure from it.
There can be positive or negative reasons why people like to interfere in other people’s lives. Sometimes they want to help. Some people may see themselves as helpful or supportive, and they may genuinely believe they are doing someone a favour by offering advice or trying to solve their problems. This is because they want to feel needed or essential. Some people may get a sense of satisfaction or fulfilment from being able to help others, and they may think that they are more needed or important if they can offer assistance.
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Several animal protection non-governmental organisations in India are dedicated to helping animals in need. This article ranks the best animal NGOs in India.
Animal-related NGOs focus on rescue, rehabilitation, education, and advocacy for animals across the country. Many of these organisations are run solely on donations, while other, more prominent NGOs receive partial funding from the Indian government. The main objective of these NGOs is to improve the overall welfare of animals. Some organisations focus on specific species, such as elephants, tigers, or dogs. Others are more general, providing aid to all types of animals. They provide veterinary care, food, shelter, and legal assistance.
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Mauritius is home to several animal welfare organisations that preserve the island’s unique wildlife. This article ranks the best animal NGOs in Mauritius.
The term “animal welfare” can evoke a sense of calm or well-being for the conscious consumer, especially when it appears on a carton of eggs or a jug of milk, proclaiming that animals were treated humanely during the creation of these products. But these claims often obscure the dark realities of where and how these products were made—on factory farms that systematically condemn animals to lives of extreme confinement, stress, pain, and even torture. NGOs provide vital assistance to endangered species and promote responsible management of Mauritius’ diverse ecosystems.
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Measuring your success is an essential aspect of your personal and professional growth. And you, as social beings, have developed a measuring system based on certain factors. But who told you that your system is accurate?
We measure our success in many ways, depending on our goals and values. We can set specific, measurable, achievable, relevant, and time-bound (SMART) goals and track our progress towards achieving them. This can help us see how far we’ve come and give us a sense of accomplishment when we reach our goals. Besides, reflecting on our values and priorities also helps measure our progress. It makes us consider whether our actions align with them or not. If we follow our values and preferences, we may feel more fulfilled and successful. Seeking feedback from others, including friends, family, mentors, and colleagues, is critical. Other people can offer valuable perspectives on your progress and achievements. And most importantly, we should pay attention to our personal growth and development.
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This article will explore some of the most common crypto scams on Instagram, how to spot them, and what you can do to protect yourself. By familiarizing yourself with these scams, you can help keep your hard-earned money safe and out of the hands of criminals.
Cryptocurrency scams are becoming more and more common on Instagram. Many scammers will pose as celebrities or well-known figures in the cryptocurrency community to try and trick people into sending them money. They may also create fake cryptocurrency giveaway schemes to get people to send them money or personal information. Cryptocurrency scams on Instagram are a new rage. These come with the promise of free tokens or secret insider tips on how to get rich quickly from Bitcoin or another altcoin. While many of these are just laughable attempts at getting your personal information to steal personal identity and data, some are more convincing than others. But one that stands out is the Bitcoin giveaway scam. The premise is simple: An account promises to give you a certain amount of Bitcoin if you send them a small amount as a fee to claim the ‘free’ cryptocurrency.
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It is difficult to think that just a few years ago, the term ‘fake news’, which was made famous during the 2016 US presidential election cycle, was rarely used. This article lists the 10 most famous examples of fake news.
Fake news is depicted as untrue news articles that lack verifiable data, sources, or quotes and are entirely made up. Fake news can be in the form of news satire, news parody, fabrication, manipulation, advertising, and propaganda.
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I had never thought I would be doing an internship at YUVA, but now that I have done it, I don’t regret it. I was impressed by the number of projects and initiatives they take to help people, especially young people. It’s nice to see an organisation committed to achieving its goals. So I didn’t hesitate to apply for an internship there.
I found out about YUVA on the Internet. I was researching internship opportunities. I finally came across the YUVA website and saw that the organisation had an internship programme, which immediately piqued my interest, and of course, I took a chance. I got a response very quickly, and it was great. At first, I wasn’t sure what to expect and if I would feel lost. But as the course progressed, I was immediately guided, and I knew right away that it would go well.
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