Latha Ananthanarayanan

No one can ever be ‘over-insured’ since insurance needs evolve, exacerbated by increasing risks, and most importantly spiraling medical costs. The public health system is constantly under pressure and hence those with appropriate life and health insurance policies can seek comfort for themselves and provide security to their families. If convincing people to have proper insurance is covered by challenges,…

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Laxmi Jhunjhnuwala

Visitors to Sudima Auckland Airport Hotel, unless they are customers or friends, would not know that Laxmi Jhunjhnuwala is its Director of the Company. For, she is also subject to the same rules and conditions, rights and responsibilities that govern all employees. Raised in Delhi, Laxmi settled in Hong Kong following her marriage to businessman Sudesh. “Like any other Indian…

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Rekha Singh

Patients and those accompanying them to East Side Family Doctors in the East Auckland suburb of Pakuranga will find Rekha Singh at once a Nurse, advisor and friend. “In order to excel in health, people must understand that the impact of sedentary lifestyle and a diet that is heavily dependent on processed foods on our health. As a nurse, I…

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Shobhna Golian

Experience and expertise are among the pre-requisites of legal practitioners and those with a friendly approach, faster accessibility and sincere desire to promote customer care earn the respect of businesses and the resident communities. Shobhna Golian is one of the most prominent lawyers, admired for her legal acumen not only by businesses and individuals but also community organisations and charitable…

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Daljit Singh gets Community detention

Auckland February 19:- The Auckland High Court sentenced Daljit Singh today to five months of community detention and 200 hours of community work on charges relating to electoral fraud, the first of its type in New Zealand. Rejecting the plea that Mr Singh should be discharged without conviction, presiding Judge Mark Woolford said that the offence was not ‘victimless.’ “The…

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Travel agency under liquidation denies rumours

The owner of a liquidated travel agency has challenged companies and individuals who have accused him of payment defaults and credit card fraud to present documentary proof or face possible legal action. Nimesh Kumar Amin, Managing Director of Greenwoods Corner Travel (1987) Limited, which traded as Panworld Travel located at Unit B, 6B Savill Drive, Mangere East, Auckland also denied…

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Immigration fraudsters ensnare more victims

Auckland City District Police have issued another warning to the Indian community to be aware of people posing themselves as officials of Immigration New Zealand (INZ) and compelling them to transfer funds under the pretext of non-compliance of immigration rules. Detective Sergeant Graham Shand of the Financial Crime Unit told Indian Newslink that the number of complaints had risen in…

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Indians victimised by sophisticated fraud

Three Indian nationals, who have been victims of an elaborate immigration fraud by a bogus Auckland recruitment agent, have been told by Immigration New Zealand (INZ) that they must leave New Zealand immediately or face deportation. I represent them now; they came forward voluntarily in December 2013 with almost identical stories of a Newmarket based recruitment agent who had charged…

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Grandeur marks Temple opening on Waitangi Day

More than 10,000 people visited the Shirdi Saibaba Temple in Central Auckland during a four-day festival that marked its opening last week. Festivities, which began on Waitangi Day (February 6) kept devotees and visitors engaged in Bhakti and fellowship for more than 12 hours each day, creating an inimitable environment of amity and goodwill. Largest Temple With an estimated $6…

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