Leaders keen on closer Indo-Kiwi relations

Venkatraman in Taiwan With Indian Newslink Staff August 12, 2018  New Zealand’s political leaders have called for closer economic, political, commercial and bilateral relations with India, stating that this is a natural extension of historic ties between the two countries. Speaking at the India Independence Day celebrations held today at the Mahatma Gandhi Centre in Eden Terrace, Auckland Central, Finance…

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IMF Assessment places India on positive track but challenges remain

IMF Assessment places India on positive track but challenges remain

Venkat Raman Indians around the world will mark the independence of their motherland on August 15. Festivities would include flag hoisting, rendition of patriotic songs, cultural programmes, ‘at home’ parties and much more. Notwithstanding the oft-repeated criticism that successive federal governments have failed to address the real issues and lift the teeming millions from their subsistence levels, the progress achieved…

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Greetings from us

Greetings from us

Indians perhaps understand independence and appreciate its value better than anyone else in the world; for, it was obtained after protracted struggle and the right to express is constantly practiced, even on empty stomach. Such is the passion for individual liberty that for 71 years the country and its people have constantly battled forces of division and derision, intransigence and…

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Tears don’t dry in enslaved Paradise

Reclaiming, Restoring Fiji’s distorted History Book Review by Thakur Ranjit Singh Rajendra Prasad’s second book on Fiji’s untold history was launched by Indian High Commissioner Sanjiv Kohli at New Lynn Community Centre, Auckland on Sunday, August 12, 2018. ‘Enslaved in Paradise: A History of Mammoth Betrayals of Fijians by the British, Chiefs and leaders of Fiji, 1876-2006,’ attempts to restore,…

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