Minister praises the positive role of Ahmadiyyas

Minister praises the positive role of Ahmadiyyas

Staff Reporter Ethnic Communities Minister Jenny Salesa has praised the efforts of the Ahmadiyya community in New Zealand, stating that it has been serving the country well. Ethnic diversity promoted Speaking at the Special Session for ‘external guests’ at the 30th Annual Convention of the Ahmadiyya Muslims at their South Auckland Mosque ‘Bait-Ul-Muqeet’ on January 26, 2019. “New Zealand is…

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Ethnic Poetry explodes in the Kitchen with spice

Ethnic Poetry explodes in the Kitchen with spice

“Go Home Curry Muncha” opens on February 19 Writers/Directors: Gemishka Chetty and Aiwa Pooamorn Supplied (Edited) Content When two angry Asian poets get together to cook, no one can predict what comes next. It could well be a thunderstorm; loud noise of coconuts being smashed and demonic Kali incantations. With the ever popular ‘Turmeric latte’ on the rise, Gemishka Chetty and…

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Model of the Fortnight

Success follows those who dare to dream Fashion Shows, Entertainment and Beauty Contests provide me an opportunity to meet people and participate in charitable causes,” says Poonam Dayal, our Model of the Fortnight. Migrating to New Zealand with her family comprising her parents, brother and sister from their native Fiji 15 years ago, Poonam has had the best of three…

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Ten Kilometres of Ram-A-Thon bring spirituality and funds

Thakur Ranjit Singh We have multitudes of religious societies and organisations in New Zealand. They are performing commendable duties of religious teachings, promoting their respective Gods, and while doing so, handsomely collecting funds for upkeep of their respective institutions. Nothing wrong with that, in fact, very admirable. Shri Ram Mandir, located at 11, Brick Street, Henderson, Auckland is among a…

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Book outlines Weapons of Mass Destruction in Ancient India

Book outlines Weapons of Mass Destruction in Ancient India

‘Divyastras’ by Nimish Tanna Venkat Raman If you were to watch special programmes on History Channel and read ancient Indian literature, you will be astounded by the fact that more than 5000 years ago, Indians had mastered the art of space walk, mind travel and possessed advanced science and technology. The two great Epics of India-Ramayana and Mahabharata also describe…

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