June 30, 2015

Business

Be a part of research into ageing

James Martyn –  Ageing can be a challenging phase of life for many reasons as people come to terms with loss of mobility, independence, friends

Entertainment

Miss Indianz cultural extravaganza coming

Venkat Raman –  Miss Indianz, the annual expo of talent among our young women, gets on to the stage this year at the Aotea Centre

Business

Pictorial essay on Japan goes on display

Massey News –  An uplifting exhibition of 123 photographs showing aspects of the Tohoku region in Japan before its devastation by the 2011 tsunami and

Ramadan brings driving dangers

Darren Cottingham –  During the Holy month of Ramadan, which began on in New Zealand on June 19, many followers of Islam will observe a

Immigration scam targets Indians again

Editorial One Apropos the report appearing on the front page of this issue, we reproduce a letter that we received last year from Rachana Piu

Police tack on licensing makes sense

Editorial Two A Page from the New Zealand Herald From time to time, Indian Newslink reproduces editorials from other publications, partly to let our readers

International student numbers rise

Dr Parmjeet Parmar –  The number of international students in New Zealand grew 13% last year, with 110,198 international students studying across the country. Auckland

Community

Global sugar expert passes away

Staff Reporter –  Dr Munian ‘Radha’ Krishnamurthy, whose contributions to the sugar industry and the South Indian community in Fiji have been widely acknowledged, passed

Entertainment

Serenity rides rhythm and expression

Venkat Raman –  Guests can expect the culmination of pedagogic innovation and artiste’s competence at a forthcoming Bharata Natyam Arangetram scheduled to be held in

Community

Ram Mandir personifies personal perseverance

Priyanca Radhakrishnan –  I often stand on the deck, coffee in hand, and admire the view. Trees in the background, rooftops with congregations of birds

Community

New technology helps immigration scammers

Michael Carley –  Immigration New Zealand (INZ) has become aware of a new wave of scam phone calls from individuals purporting to be Immigration Officers.

Kiwis slow to accept women in high places

Ansuya Naidoo –  It has been widely discussed in recent years that women’s increased participation and success in the workforce is a critical component affecting

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Greens call for community partnership

James Shaw –  This is my first column for Indian Newslink, and hence it is appropriate to start by introducing myself. I was recently elected

Business

Put your finger on the banking pulse

BNZ is poised to offer its customers the choice to use Touch ID – the fingerprint scanning technology built into Apple’s newest devices to log

Community

Ahmadiyyas advocate measures for world peace

Mustenser Qamar –  War! Bloodshed! Hatred! Enmity! The world is passing through very turbulent times and so-called ‘religious’ fanatics are causing an upstir in the

Community

Sound experience under the siren

Kanwaljit Singh Bakshi –  I had an opportunity recently to accompany Inspector Alan Shearer of the Counties Manukau Police District in his Police Car. This

Tamil Sangam elects new office-bearers

Staff Reporter –  Member of the Auckland Muthamil Sangam elected Premkumar Kandasamy as their President at the Annual General Meeting held on June 13, 2015.

Consulting goes digital at PwC

Bruce Hassall –  PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) has established ‘PwC Digital,’ its Digital Services Business, a unique digital consulting in the New Zealand market. With a fully

Community

The World gets on its feet to mark Yoga Day

Venkat Raman – Hundreds of thousands of people across the world stood on their feet or squatted on the floor practicing an ancient Hindu practice

Community

Wild foliage threatens Himalayan bloom

Rajendra Prasad Nailwal –  With the onset of Monsoon, the world-famous Valley of Flowers lying in the upper reaches of district Chamoli of Uttarakhand in

The tongue has more venom than the ears

Carey Kinsolving –  “If you have too many questions, you may not have any friends,” six-year old Myles said. Yes, sometimes it is better not

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