February 29, 2016

Front Page

Food and aid pour into Fiji

Robert Khan –  The international community has rallied behind Fiji to support the recovery of Fijians in the aftermath of Tropical Cyclone Winston, the most

Homelink

Our families in Fiji need help- Now!

From UNICEF –  Arish Naresh lived through a number of cyclones as a child in Fiji. He relives how terrifying the experience can be for

Homelink

Winston taught us a lesson or two

Jenny Salesa –  My thoughts and prayers are with the people of Fiji and Tonga, who have been detrimentally affected by Tropical Cyclone Winston. I

Homelink

Unfurl your choice of National Flag

Staff Reporter –  info@indiannewslink.co.nz New Zealanders will have a unique opportunity this month to decide on the future of their National Flag. They will be

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Let us take a thousand refugees every year

David Shearer –  In my electorate (Mt Albert), there is a wonderful neighbourhood radio station called Planet FM 104.6. Every month I visit the studio

Door-to-door sales company under liquidation

Press Release –  Appliance City, a company with its registered office in Papatoetoe, Auckland was placed in liquidation on February 15, 2016, according to the

Education

Free Tertiary policy lacks precision

Julian Wood –  I never knew the ‘glory days’ of tertiary education when everything was free. After high school, I was ushered into the mid-1990s

Fijilink

Russian deal a shot-in-the arm for Fiji

Venkat Raman –  Fiji’s decision to purchase military weapons from the Russian Federation and the recent delivery of equipment in 25 containers not only demonstrated

Business

Purpose gives meaning to corporate life

Bruce Hassall –  Purpose is becoming much more important for organisations and I think that reflects the world we live in today, which is changing

Business

Sombre mood at the top dampens the year

PricewaterhouseCoopers Survey –  New Zealand Chief Executives are less positive about the outlook for the global economy than they were last year, but remain optimistic

Business

Skills Shortage Worries New Zealand bosses

It found 85% of the respondents, more than the global level (74%), and slightly up from last year’s New Zealand figure (84%) expressing concern over

Pathway for Chartered membership for Indian CAs

Venkat Raman –  Qualified Chartered Accountants from India must follow the qualification pathway set by the Chartered Accountants Australia New Zealand (CA ANZ) to gain

Business

Taiwan asserts its rights over Taiping

“Taiping is an Island; not a rock” First of three parts Venkat Raman –  Taiwanese President Ma Ying-jeou has reiterated his country’s sovereignty over the

Business

The Indian Miracle is a multinational effort

Wenceslaus Anthony –  We salute India with more than a billion people, as the world’s largest democracy. We also salute the leadership of Prime Minister

Muddled politics puts us behind in Fiji

There is a certain but implicit nervousness among the advanced countries of the so-called ‘fully-developed nations’ over the developments unfolding in Fiji. While this little,

Community

Nocturnal festival marks allegiance to God

But Mahashivaratri has other manifestations too Venkat Raman –  In temples across the world, men, women and children gather at dusk to celebrate a festival

Community

Muslim Varsity alumni mark Sir Syed Day

Zia Ahmad –  India’s High Commissioner to Australia Navdeep Singh Suri has called for an element of modernity in our thinking and value system.  He

Community

The coveting bug disturbs inner peace

Carey Kinsolving – Why Did God command us not to covet? As former American President Abraham(Abe) Lincoln paced the floor amid the crying of his

Community

If you are distressed, await a Spiritual Leader

Vishvasant Brahmrishi Guruvanand in Auckland soon Venkat Raman –  venkat@indiannewslink.co.nz Humankind is caught in a cobweb of work, wealth creation, politics, power game and everything

Community

Peace march to mark International Women’s Day

Ranjna Patel –  ranjna@ethc.co.nz For the first time in five years, WWW4Peace (Women Walk and Work for Peace) is extending its Peace Walk and celebration

Artlink with Ratna Venkat

A rare spectacle of Life in a Full Circle

Amit Sengupta –  Almost all of us are familiar with the idiom, “What goes around, comes around.” In philosophy, this means everyone’s deeds eventually have

Artlink with Ratna Venkat

Doctorate decorates our celebrated musician

Venkat Raman –  To hundreds of students, peers, friends and admirers, Padma Govardhan Mallela is a name that resonates Carnatic Music with all its nuances

Artlink with Ratna Venkat

Divinity distinguishes Indian Classical Dances

Footsteps on the sands of time along a colourful journey Third of Three Parts Wenceslaus Anthony –  Collaborative works of Ratna Venkat Some examples of

Artlink with Ratna Venkat

One dish meals with Noodles and Fries

Noodles and stir-fries are a staple in South East Asia. Unlike Indian food which takes time to cook, noodles and stir fry dishes are quick

Entertainment

Seats filling fast for Pritam Show

Apurv Shukla –  apurv1shukla1@yahoo.com Music lovers of Auckland are in for a treat with popular Hindi film music director Pritam Chakraborty performing live at the

Entertainment

Concert pays tribute to Indo-Bangla culture

Venkat Raman –  Similarities between Bangladesh and Indian cultures will come to the fore as an entertainment programme goes on stage in Auckland on March

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