Rattan Gujadhur

[Rattan Gujadhur] The privatization of medical services in Mauritius and customer service case studies

Private hospitals are now here to stay and have partnered with powerful local groups. In the beginning, during the honeymoon period, to woo the population, they put on a great lovely show of winning...

[Rattan Gujadhur] Flic en Flac - A Coastal Zone in Peril

I come here often on weekends and whenever I can steal time for myself. I enjoy the easy drive (apart from the speed radars) that look at the passing drivers like two angry mothers. It is all...

[Rattan Gujadhur] The cultural Asphyxiation of Port Louis

Rattan Gujadhur left Mauritius for higher studies in the US in 1999. He has practiced in the Pharma and Biotech world for over 29 years and is a Dr in Chemistry. He remains deeply in love with...

[Rattan Gujadhur] Imaginary Homelands of Mauritius

I have now lived a total of 26 years outside of Mauritius. I have now reached exile-dom and do not really know what exactly it means to be a Mauritian. I have the old ‘dream Mauritius’ vision in my...

[Rattan Gujadhur] Professor Emeritus D. Prithipaul – An Eminent Mauritian Intellectual

In the book ‘pour une meme batardise’ the great Pierre Renaud wrote an incisive piece of writing on Professor Dad Prithipaul. The writing is brief, but it is packed with humanity and brilliance,...
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