June 14, 2011

June 15th 2011 Issue

John Key to visit India for bilateral talks

Prime Minister John Key is scheduled to visit India this month for bilateral talks with his Indian counterpart Dr Manmohan Singh and other ministers in

June 15th 2011 Issue

Paul East, Our Master of Ceremonies

We are pleased to announce that the Rt Hon Paul East has accepted our invitation to be the Master of Ceremonies at the Indian Newslink

Mara stirs hornet's nest

According to one source, his name means ‘Sea of Bitterness.’ That was the initial, emotive appeal of Fiji’s runaway military officer Lt Colonel Tevita Mara

June 15th 2011 Issue

Bold steps towards a better future

New Zealanders have shown strong support for National’s balanced decisions and responsible economic management in Budget 2011. The Budget sets out the next steps in

June 15th 2011 Issue

Patton announces impressive plans for India

During their talks in New Delhi later this month, members of the New Zealand and Indian official and business delegations will outline the advantages of

June 15th 2011 Issue

Business Council initiative appeases Groser

Trade Minister Tim Groser has lauded the initiatives of the India New Zealand Business Council (INZBC) in promoting constructive engagement between businesses in New Zealand

Queen honours our friends and leaders

A former Mayor and an aspiring lawmaker, the chief of a successful business organisation, Indian Newslink writers and well-wishers are among those placed in the

SFO digs into mining company

The Serious Fraud Office (SFO) has brought Greywolf Resources NL, an Australian mining company under the microscope to probe into its affairs and determine if

June 15th 2011 Issue

Your Fly Buy gets Two Degrees more

2degrees Mobile has joined ‘Fly Buys,’ New Zealand’s largest and most successful loyalty programme. Therefore, ‘Pay Monthly’ customers of 2degrees can now collect points simply

June 15th 2011 Issue

There is no better alternative to MMP

When New Zealanders vote this year, they would also be required to decide on the Electoral System. The Electoral Commission has announced that a Referendum

June 15th 2011 Issue

Young Hamiltonian bids for Parliament

They may be languishing in opinion polls and warding off questions about the popularity of their Leader Phil Goff, but most members of the Labour

June 15th 2011 Issue

The merits and otherwise of FPP and MMP

The recently held State elections in India and the Parliamentary elections in Canada indicate the ‘perils of rule by majority.’ In Canada, the incumbent Conservative

June 15th 2011 Issue

Changes signal move in the right direction

Harsh economic reality has forced Finance Minister Bill English to take some stern measures, which, if effectively implemented, will prevent New Zealand becoming a member

June 15th 2011 Issue

Good health keeps Indian students ahead

Indian students in New Zealand enjoy better physical and mental health compared to their Asian and European counterparts, a Survey has revealed. But it also

Freemasons Scholars take on new challenges

If scholarships create opportunities to learn and if learning leads to advanced research and achievements, we can then expect a neuroscientist, a public health specialist

June 15th 2011 Issue

Mega University for Women in Riyadh

The world’s largest University for Women opened in Riyadh last month, promising to bring the best academics and educational tools to lift the standards of

Work visas for foreign students fine-tuned

Foreign students enrolled in New Zealand’s universities and tertiary institutions would be obliged to follow a new set of regulations while applying for Study to

Our tepid approach to export education

Politicians, irrespective of their political leaning, will wax eloquent over the importance of promoting New Zealand as an education destination for international students and that

Constructive engagement with India

The ensuing visit of Prime Minister John Key to India could not have been better timed. With a Free Trade Agreement getting closer to reality

June 15th 2011 Issue

A runaway Colonel in Amnesia

As the Air Pacific aircraft glided into Apia’s Faleolo International Airport, I was overjoyed with the prospect of visiting Nukualofa. The year was 1988, in

India’s worst enemy is at home

The nuclear developments in Germany over the past fortnight on the heels of the Fukushima crisis have grave implications for India. German Chancellor Angela Merkel

Punctuality returns peace of mind

If you are in business for yourself, you must file an Income Tax Return every year. You may also need to file other returns; for

June 15th 2011 Issue

Tweaking KiwiSaver could hurt savings

Budget 2011 focused on reducing expenditure and minimising revenue leakage. It is light on tax but KiwiSaver was subject to changes. KiwiSaver was a retirement-initiated

June 15th 2011 Issue

Tour Packages excite holiday travellers

Twenty years ago, IT Pundits predicted that the Information Superhighway will someday change the way in which we live, how we interact with each other

Conference on Asia next month

The growing importance of Asia in general and China and India in particular, will be the highlight of an international conference scheduled to be held

Insolvency Bill opens up to incompetency

‘The Insolvency Practitioners Bill’ does little to address the existing inadequacies, especially to protect the economy from incompetent and rogue practitioners, an insolvency expert has

June 15th 2011 Issue

Passion lifts Export Education performance

New Zealand has high quality educational infrastructure and institutions but lacks the passion to promote them overseas, a major education provider has said. The New

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