Tertiary Education faces avalanche of changes

Tertiary Education and Skills Training Programmes will undergo major changes and funding will depend on the number of graduates getting jobs, Tertiary Education Minister Steven... Full story

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Hastened Terrorism Bill threatens Kiwi Muslims

I have spent a lot of time over the past two weeks at meetings of...

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Enjoy Your Holiday Season!

This is the last issue of Indian Newslink for 2014. Our offices will be closed...


Chennai Meet for constructive engagement

India-NZ Friendship Association takes a bold initiative...

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Muslims deserve better treatment... Full story


New challenge for high performer

When Lincoln Ting, Director General of the Taipei Economic and Cultural Office in Auckland leaves New Zealand next month, he would leave behind a large... Full story


Victims get to the heart of justice

Nobody deserves to be a victim of crime. Over the past two (Parliamentary) terms, National has been working hard to put victims at the heart of... Full story


Ten years on, the stand is vindicated

Last fortnight in Parliament, I spoke strongly in support of changes in the law, which will help protect our most vulnerable citizens, our children, against... Full story


Multitask Master wins top School Award

When the Manurewa High School in South Auckland declared that Adhitiyan Krishnamoorthy is the recipient of the institution’s ‘Proxime Accessit 2014,’ it made him, his... Full story


Global meet mulls plans to spread Hindi

Delegates attending an International (Regional) Hindi Conference in Mauritius called for appropriate assistance from the Indian Government, relevant institutions and the Indian Diaspora to facilitate... Full story


Fashion students with a design on India

Eight students from the Auckland Whitecliffe College of Arts and Design will travel to India in the New Year as a part of ‘Matatika 2015,’... Full story


National Award elevates young achiever

More than ten years ago, we told Jaimini and Arun Devta, parents of Muskan that she was ‘A Special Child with Special Abilities’ and that... Full story


Give the best quote your vote

From David Cunliffe’s apology for being a man, to the punch line from an anti-drink driving advert and an emotional tirade by Internet Party press... Full story


Roastbusters saga reflects our failure

Every aspect of the Roastbusters story is chilling. There is the sickening knowledge that a group of young men thought it was okay to target girls,... Full story


Opportunity to train 500 million Indians

India is New Zealand’s second-largest, and fastest-growing, market for international students. While more than 11,300 fee-paying students studied in New Zealand in 2012, there are also... Full story


AIS Scholarships for New Zealand residents

AIS Auckland has announced a Scholarship Scheme for members of the community who are either New Zealand citizens or permanent residents. A limited number of these... Full story

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