Emotions burst as Trinidad & Tobago Indians defend Chutney Soca

The Carnival spirit should be inclusive they say Dr Kumar Mahabir San Juan, Trinidad & Tobago January 15, 2018 When people get angry, they tend to speak their mind. Their emotions explode in words that they have been suppressing for some time. Psychologist Dr Jeffrey Huntsinger proved this theory after conducting experiments at Loyola University in Chicago in the USA…

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Emotions burst as Trinidad & Tobago Indians defend Chutney Soca

The Carnival spirit should be inclusive they say Dr Kumar Mahabir San Juan, Trinidad & Tobago January 15, 2018 When people get angry, they tend to speak their mind. Their emotions explode in words that they have been suppressing for some time. Psychologist Dr Jeffrey Huntsinger proved this theory after conducting experiments at Loyola University in Chicago in the USA…

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Cigna to sponsor International Marathon

Hawke’s Bay in May and Queenstown in November 2018 Cigna Life Insurance New Zealand Ltd has announced its sponsorship of the International Marathon events along with Air New Zealand. Cigna will sponsor the 10 Kms run in Queenstown and Hawke’s Bay. Chief Executive Lance Walker said that the sponsorship announcement was in line with the Company’s commitment to improving the…

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Research warns against raw meat for domestic pets

Even your health could be at risk Newshub Wellington, January 14, 2018 A study has revealed that feeding your pets raw meat could negatively impact both their health and yours. Raw meat-based diets (RMBDs) for cats and dogs have become increasingly popular among pet-owners around the world. RMBD believers have claimed that raw meat is a healthier alternative than processed…

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Modi speaks to the ‘Mini World of Indian lawmakers’ in Delhi

First PIO Parliamentary Conference marks a new dimension Venkat Raman The Indian government took its ‘closer engagement with the Indian Diaspora’ to a new level on Tuesday, January 9, 2018 with the inauguration of a Conference with Parliamentarians of Indian origin from various parts of the world. An External Affairs Ministry initiative, primarily that of External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj,…

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Content Partnership with Radio New Zealand

Radio New Zealand (RNZ) and Indian Newslink have announced a ‘Content-Sharing Partnership’ with effect from January 8, 2018. Indian Newslink publishes a fortnightly newspaper with a readership of more than 65,000, making it the most-read Indian newspaper in New Zealand. It also runs several news websites such as https://www.indiannewslink.co.nz, and is prominent in organising a number of awards for the…

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“Let us do at least small things with love”

A great message from Saint Mother Teresa Jenny Salesa Saint Mother Teresa founded the Missionaries of Charity, a Roman Catholic religious congregation which consisted of over 4000 sisters. The Missionaries are active in over 100 countries around the world. Saint Mother Teresa opened hospices where the poor received medical attention. The opportunity to die with dignity and in accordance with…

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