Immigration Adviser saved from serious misconduct charges

Immigration Adviser saved from serious misconduct charges

Staff Reporter Auckland, May 25, 2019 A New Zealand licensed Immigration Adviser (Mr JS),  had a complaint brought against him by a client, an applicant for a long term business visa. Apart from the routine negligence, bad advice and so on, these allegations were serious; they included fraudulently providing false documents to Immigration New Zealand (INL), without the applicant’s knowledge.…

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Indian Foreign Policy could become assertive and yet flexible

Indian Foreign Policy could become assertive and yet flexible

Balaji Chandramohan New Delhi, May 25, 2019 As the largest democracy in the world voted for the incumbent, conservative and nationalistic Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) once again, the strategic orientation under Prime Minister Narendra Modi will be of interest to Indo-Pacific countries such as Australia, New Zealand and those in the South Pacific. Paradigm shift in Strategic Calculus The massive…

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The Modi factor overwhelms Congress-led Alliance in India

The Modi factor overwhelms Congress-led Alliance in India

Katharine Adeney Nottingham, United Kingdom, May 25, 2019 The stunning majority for the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in the 2019 Indian election is a massive political achievement for its leadership: Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Party President Amit Shah. Early results from the world’s biggest democratic exercise show the BJP is likely to win more than 300 seats in India’s Parliament, the Lok…

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Dumper gets home detention and probation in Auckland

Dumper gets home detention and probation in Auckland

Supplied Content Auckland, May 24, 2019 Home detention and financial penalties have been handed down to two people and a company for illegally dumping oil drums in Manurewa and the Waitākere Ranges earlier this year. Devendra Prakash, Director, D Bhagyanil Company Limited, was convicted and sentenced under the Resource Management Act today (May 24) at the Auckland District Court on…

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