Prime Minister to attend Bathukamma Festival

Prime Minister to attend Bathukamma Festival

Tomorrow (Friday), October 12, 2018 at Mt Eden War Memorial Hall Venkat Raman Auckland,  October 11, 2018 Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern will attend the ‘Maha Bathukamma Festival’ tomorrow at Mt Eden War Memorial Hall located at 489 Dominion Road, Mount Eden, Auckland. Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern (File Picture) Organised by the Telangana Association of New Zealand, the event will commence…

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Discourses on Lords Rama and Krishna in Auckland

Discourses on Lords Rama and Krishna in Auckland

At Fickling Convention Centre on October 21 & 22 Venkat Raman Auckland, October 10, 2018 A young Mechanical Engineer turned ascetic will present two religious discourses at the Fickling Convention Centre (Hillsborough Room) in Auckland next weekend. Gopalavallidasan, the presiding Head of the Chennai based Radhekrishna Sathsangam will extol the ‘Greatness of Lord Krishna’ from 630 pm on Sunday, October…

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Finance Minister Robertson faces the ‘curse of surplus’

Finance Minister Robertson faces the ‘curse of surplus’

Jane Patterson RNZ Wellington, October 10, 22018 As Grant Robertson stood and delivered the latest financial results the ghost of his Labour predecessor Michael Cullen loomed, both holding on tight to the extra billions in case of the inevitable ‘Rainy Day.’ Grant Robertson (Picture for RNZ by Rebekah Parsons-King) Dr Cullen – who of course is still very much alive…

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Indian Newslink recognises Sports and Community Achievers

Indian Newslink recognises Sports and Community Achievers

Fifty-Four Members of the Community honoured yesterday in Auckland Venkat Raman Auckland, October 8, 2018 Fifty-four achievers in various fields of sports and community services were recognised at the Fifth Annual Indian Newslink Sports & Community Awards at a Gala dinner held in Auckland last night- Monday, October 8, 2018. More than 500 people representing a cross-section of the Indian…

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‘The Poverty of Economic Thinking’ launched in New Zealand

‘The Poverty of Economic Thinking’ launched in New Zealand

Book examines how rich and poor nations differ in their approach Venkat Raman Auckland, October 9, 2018 A book that challenges political and economic leaders and planners to rethink their approach to social and economic progress was launched in Auckland on Monday, October 8, 2018. ‘The Poverty of Economic Thinking’ was released by its author and former UNIDO Advisor Dr…

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