New Zealand education creates career for young Indian

Sourced Content Gaining an overseas education has earned Denil Philip a management career in one of the most exciting industries of the future – Biomedical Engineering. Biomedical engineers combine engineering, medicine and biology to improve the quality of our lives by solving healthcare problems. Denil, from Adoor in Kerala, held a Bachelor in Electronic and Biomedical Engineering from TKM Institute…

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Long-term solutions to bring down serous crime

Nanise Neimila Contrary to popular belief, crime rate has declined, according to a report released recently by the Fiji Police Force. Speaking in the Fijian Parliament last fortnight, Defence, National Security and Foreign Affairs Minister Inia Seruiratu said that there has not been an upsurge of crime. “In fact, crime statistics for the six months from January to June 2019…

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Australian obstinacy ruptures Pacific Islands Forum

Michael O’Keefe The Pacific Islands Forum meeting in Tuvalu ended last fortnight in open division over Climate Change. Australia ensured its official communique watered down commitments to respond to Climate Change, gaining a hollow victory. Traditionally, communiques capture the consensus reached at the meeting. In this case, the division on display between Australia and the Pacific meant the only commitment is to commission yet…

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Arun Jaitley: Friendship remains atop ideological differences

The Wire Staff Former Finance Minister Arun Jaitley passed away at the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) Hospital on Saturday. August 24, 2019. The 66-year-old Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader is survived by his wife Sangeeta, daughter Sonali and son Rohan. Accomplished Lawyer Jaitley, an accomplished lawyer who occupied ministerial berths in the NDA-I government in 1999 before…

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Hamilton-Auckland Rail Service funding approved

Supplied Content The New Zealand Transport Agency has approved funding for construction of the Hamilton to Auckland start-up rail Service, Transport Minister Phil Twyford has announced. The funding would enable implementation of the Service, including construction and operation at an estimated cost of $92.37 million, made up of $79.80 million from the Transport Agency and $12.57 million from local authorities.…

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Cantabrians prefer shopping in the suburbs

The report calls for efforts to improve City Centre Katie Todd People’s perceptions of Christchurch’s City Centre urgently need to change, retail consultants say after a Report found shoppers were staying suburban. The Council commissioned Premiere Retail Marketing to produce the report, which identified that people began staying closer to home or heading to suburban malls after the earthquakes. Those…

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