January 16, 2011

January, 15 2011 Issue

‘Dhobi Ghat’ excites Aamir Khan and team

Just days before its commercial release India’s superb actor Aamir Khan was anxious and nervous about Dhobi Ghat (Mumbai Diaries), the latest offering from his

Pakistan rallies after a poor start

The Pakistan Cricket team started on a disappointing note as they lost easily to the Auckland team in the T20 match at Colin Maiden Auckland.

January, 15 2011 Issue

Delhi seeks larger role in world affairs

India will play a larger role in world affairs in response to the wishes of leaders and the international community, the country’s Prime Minister Dr

January, 15 2011 Issue

India honours Sir Anand Satyanand

India’s President Pratibha Patil honoured New Zealand Governor General Sir Anand Satyanand with the Pravasi Bhartiya Samman Award for his outstanding achievements in public life.

January, 15 2011 Issue

OCI, PIO Cards merge, NRIs get voting rights

The Indian Government has decided to merge the Overseas Citizen of India (OCI) Scheme with the Persons of Indian Origin (PIO), in a bid to

January, 15 2011 Issue

Sir Anand extols the role of the Diaspora

Governor General Sir Anand Satyanand has extolled the role played by the Indian Diaspora saying that Indians can promote higher levels of bilateral relationship between

January, 15 2011 Issue

Business Council lauds Sir Anand

The Pravasi Bharatiya Samman Award given by the Indian Government to Governor General Sir Anand Satyanand was an honour bestowed to New Zealand and all

January, 15 2011 Issue

Security Cameras lift taxi safety

I hope you and your family had a very happy festive season. The great New Zealand summer is a chance for us all to reflect

January, 15 2011 Issue

Indian Wedding sparkles in Auckland

In what was undoubtedly the most spectacular event that New Zealand had ever seen, Chicago born Vikram Aditya Kumar wed former Miss Earth Pooja Chitgopeker

January, 15 2011 Issue

The trio from Auckland who made us proud

Community service is often considered a selfless endeavour, with just a few beneficiaries acknowledging those involved in an often thankless enterprise. However, it is heartening

January, 15 2011 Issue

Food safety has no political overtones

We have been debating in Parliament the ‘Food Bill,’ which deals with risk-based measures and the safety and suitability of food prepared, distributed and sold

January, 15 2011 Issue

Indians to mark Republic Day

Indians from India will mark the 61st anniversary of their homeland becoming a Sovereign Democratic Republic with prayers, speeches and entertainment throughout the country. Indian

Fill up and be counted

If you are a New Zealand resident or just visiting the country, you and your family should fill up the Census form on March 8,

January, 15 2011 Issue

New Zealanders could opt for an Upper House

Politicians and students of international politics would be aware of a rare coincidence occurring this year in Indian and New Zealand polity. As New Zealanders

January, 15 2011 Issue

Corruption becomes transparent in Botany

If this National/ACT Government thought that the departure of (Ethnic Affairs Minister and National MP) Pansy Wong would switch the light off the corruption issue,

January, 15 2011 Issue

A safe seat for National in Botany

National Party will undoubtedly retain the Botany electorate in the by-election on March 5, 2011. Botany was created after the 2006 Census due to high

January, 15 2011 Issue

Education Standards spell national progress

Night classes and community education are great ways to encourage people to get interested in learning again. Some people take classes for personal interest, others

January, 15 2011 Issue

Muslim School joins Integrated System

A Muslim educational institution providing Islamic education and the New Zealand curriculum has obtained Government permission to become an Integrated School. Zayed College for Girls

Integrated schools must remain independent

Integrated schools are a unique feature of New Zealand’s schooling landscape and make a vital contribution to parental choice and the diversity of schooling options

January, 15 2011 Issue

Continuous education for professional development

Make the most of learning at The University of Auckland, New Zealand’s leading University and an international centre of learning and academic excellence. The Lifelong

January, 15 2011 Issue

Fiji Hindi becomes a subject of controversy

Controversy is raging in Fiji between proponents and opponents of a proposal to teach Fiji Hindi in schools. Hindi is a great language but ‘Fiji

January, 15 2011 Issue

Challenge motivates scholastic success

When Ummy Amin arrived in New Zealand six years ago from Somalia, she was subject to the usual taunts and ridicules that many refugees experience

January, 15 2011 Issue

Borrowing to spend makes no economic sense

If 2010 was a year of inert economic activity, with a majority of entrepreneurs and wealth creators remaining shy of investment and reinvestment, the New

January, 15 2011 Issue

Paucity of talent and capital restricts growth

New Zealand must emphasise growth in high value exports to achieve GDP per capita with Australia by 2025. That statement formed the crux of a

January, 15 2011 Issue

Tax reforms offer selective relief

It began with a report of the Tax Working Group (TWG) established by the Centre for Accounting Governance and Taxation Research of Victoria University, in

Simple method ensures cost accuracy

The ordinary timepiece or clock has a base of 60 units (calculated in seconds or minutes) whereas mathematical numbers have a base of 100. What

January, 15 2011 Issue

Bank seeks new ideas to close down

Does the school playground in your neighbourhood need cleaning? Would you like a Children’s Playhouse refurbished? Do you have ideas for raising funds for a

January, 15 2011 Issue

People in Business

When the management of Patton New Zealand planned to honour its longest-serving employee in Christchurch, the choice of cooking a BBQ fell naturally on Brian

March 15 2011 Issue

Depreciation rate change affects tax payment

Budget 2010 changed depreciation rates of buildings to 0%, applicable to all buildings, despite their date of purchase. An analysis of the New Zealand building

March 15 2011 Issue

Religious body to float $500,000 debentures

An Auckland based religious organisation has proposed to float redeemable debentures to fund its Temple project. Shri Shirdi Saibaba Sansthan NZ Inc expects the initial

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