Key keen on aggressive pursuit of FTA with India

Prime Minister John Key has signalled that the only way to secure a Free Trade Agreement (FTA) with India is to take ‘an aggressive approach,’... Full story

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Conclave reveals community concerns

Following the first Kiwi-India Conclave held on June 28 at Auckland’s Ellerslie Convention Centre, the...

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Two candidates seek Indian votes

A social worker and an expert in governance are seeking the support of the Indian...

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Changes to benefit migrant workers and students

Ministers promise greater consultation...

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Open Forum to address your concerns

Do you have issues, which you believe can be solved through a common approach? If the answer is ‘Yes,’ you should attend an Open Forum being... Full story

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Public apathy threatens democratic ideals

Declining public engagement and participation in politics and inequalities in representation are among the most critical challenges facing democracy in many countries, says the Hansard... Full story

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New stripes with added responsibility

As Ranjna Patel, Member of the South Asian Advisory Board ‘decorated’ Gurpreet Arora with three stripes, three things happened at the same time. The young Constable... Full story

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New Act should not remove farm workers’ safety

Regulations setting minimum accommodation standards for agricultural workers should not be scrapped when the new Health and Safety at Work Act is in place.   Ministry of... Full story

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Rhetoric response continues as people suffer

Issues relating to Immigration invoke emotions and responses. The fear of displacement and fear of the unknown and the state of being threatened are usually behind... Full story

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Lawyer sent to jail for fraud

The Auckland High Court sentenced Lawyer Hugh Edward Staples Hamilton (63), to a prison term of four years and nine months on July 4, 2014... Full story

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Director pleads guilty to charges

Mark James Whelan (41) pleaded guilty in the Auckland District Court on July 1, 2014 after giving evidence at his trial on a second Serious... Full story

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Duty on cheques go, tax payment options change

If you are still making payments by cheque, you would be no longer required to pay the duty of five cents per cheque. Inland Revenue Department... Full story

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Together we can build a stronger, healthier New Zealand

New Zealand is a bright, vibrant and multicultural country. The Kiwi Indian community has contributed hugely to the cultural and economic landscape of our country. A... Full story

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True ‘Indian Identity’ embraces diversity

The concept of ‘Indian Identity’ has been widely discussed, hotly debated and written for years. I have given considerable thought to this concept throughout my... Full story

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Let our youth inherit greener pastures

Most of us come to New Zealand for the promise of greater things. For some, greater things means the promise of a better job or study... Full story

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Opacity keeps student welfare in the dark

The Tertiary Education Union has objected to the Government’s decision to introduce further cuts to student support. It joined the New Zealand Union of Students’ Association... Full story

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