Our May 1, 2021 Digital Edition is here for reading and sharing

Worldwide empathy, prayers and support to India Venkat Raman Auckland, May 1, 2021 As India continues to battle with the rising number of Covid-19 cases, governments and people across the world have stepped up their support and assistance with money and supplies. For the past ten days, every conversation with people of Indian origin has begun with genuine concern and…

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Consultation on new building laws opens

Sourced Content Wellington, April 30, 2021 The Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment (MBIE) has opened consultation on proposals for regulations to support the Building (Building Products and Methods, Modular Components and Other Matters) Amendment Bill. MBIE Building Policy Manager Amy Moorhead said that the Ministry is preparing for some of the biggest changes to building laws in a number…

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Terrorists blow away the joys of a Royal Couple

 Actress Anushka Shetty dressed up as an Iyengar Bride (Pinterest Photo)   This dramatised true story demonstrates the extremism of hatred This is a true, heart-warming story of a well-cultured, educated Brahmin, Iyengar family based in Chennai. Navin Iyengar was a renowned, revered yet humble and disciplined lawyer. His eldest daughter, Kanaklaxmi was one of the brightest and most beautiful…

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National MPs express concern for people of India

National Party Leader Judith Collins with Party President Peter Goodfellow with some members of her Caucus and Party leadership at our office on April 30, 2021 National Party Leader Judith Collins and her fellow MPs have expressed their sympathies to the members of the Indian community in New Zealand as their families and friends battle with the devastating outbreak of…

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