May 1, 2016

Front Page

Presidential visit spells goodwill

Venkat Raman –  The first ever visit of the Indian Head of State to New Zealand, marked by a series of speeches and events over

Homelink

Attacks on students smash our global image

Phil Goff –  More effective policing and a stronger youth justice response is needed to deal with a rising tide of crime from young offenders.

Homelink

About Gandhi Nivas and PSOs

Gandhi Nivas is a partnership between Auckland-based medical provider network Nirvana Health Group, Counties Manukau Police and Sahaayta Counselling and Social Support. The partnership was

Education

Futuristic design wins award for Capital girl

Venkat Raman venkat@indiannewslink.co.nz Eight-year-old Ashreya Ranchord became the cynosure of all eyes and certainly the pride of modern children as she won the first prize

Education

Surging online illegal drug trade mind-blowing

Dr Chris Wilkins –  Findings from the latest Illicit Drug Monitoring System (IDMS) study show that 72% of Frequent Drug Users Report increased buying and

Education

Young nurses endure the pain of bullying

Dr Kate Blackwood –  I was shocked by the harmful, personal impact caused by bullying. The nurses were very emotional as they recalled their experiences.

Education

Do you have the guts to handle bacteria?

Massey University Research If you are a healthy person, aged between 19-65 years, have a low intake of fruit, vegetables, wholegrain cereals, legumes and nuts

Fijilink

Hope, love and furniture to damaged schools

Venkat Raman –  venkat@indiannewslink.co.nz Hundreds of tables, chairs and other furniture items were delivered to schools that were damaged by Tropical Cyclone Winston, thanks to

Fijilink

Hamiltonian goes home to Women’s Rugby Seven

Supplied Content With blonde hair and blue eyes, 22-year-old Brittany Coates stands out in the Fijian Women’s Rugby Sevens team. The Hamilton-born, self-confessed farm girl

Business

‘Jersey of South Pacific’ title insults

David Shearer MP –  We have consistently been either first or second in Transparency International’s ranking of most honest countries. Not many countries can say

Business

Elders get the taste of community spirit

Venkat Raman –  venkat@indiannewslink.co.nz The precept that a good bank should be the financial heart of the community with the obligation to promote the welfare

The password opens your device for cyber rogues

A Fortnightly series on Computer Safety and Internet Security Vijay Nyayapati –  IT security is an extremely important subject and every individual and company should

Business

Financial revelations may tighten regulatory regime

Venkat Raman venkat@indiannewslink.co.nz Although much of the details relating to ‘Panama Papers’ are yet to be released, the regulatory framework in almost countries would become

Returning Fijians raise hope

Editorial Issue 345 May 1, 2016 May 14, 2016 will mark the completion of 137 years since the first ship ‘Leonidas’ landed in Fiji (on

Community

Tamil God sends his Devotees to Auckland Temple

Venkat Raman –  venkat@indiannewslink.co.nz As the South Auckland based Thiru Subramaniyar Aalayam marked the first anniversary of its inauguration from April 21 to April 23,

Community

Routine call saves broker’s life

The quick thinking of AIA Corporate Business Development Manager, Kylie Stubbs helped save the life of an international broker after he suffered a heart attack

Community

Roskill boy pitches for Parliamentary seat

Michael Wood –  At a meeting of supporters and local party members held on April 16, 2016, I announced my nomination as the Labour candidate

Community

Ethnic expert joins Human Rights Commission

Dame Susan Devoy –  We are humbled and fortunate to welcome Rakesh Naidoo to the Human Rights Commission as my Strategic Advisor, Race Relations. Our

Community

Accident victim marries after recovery

Suman Kapoor – Manvendra Sharma, a former student of the Manukau Institute of Technology married Deepa Chaturvedi in Gwalior, Madhya Pradesh, India on January 29,

Artlink with Ratna Venkat

Flowers bring forth love and warmth for all

Ashok Kochhar –  Only a small percentage of people know a little bit deeper, only a few can look beyond the ordinary. Poets, painters, musicians,

Focus on Manurewa and Papakura

Some warm dishes for wintry nights

With the change in the weather, most of us change our cooking style. Soups are packed with nutrition, easy to prepare and with the colder

Artlink with Ratna Venkat

Rakesh Chaurasia returns for another spell

The Flute Master due next month Ratna Venkat –  ratna@indiannewslink.co.nz Last year, Auckland-based band Sargam Fusion exceeded people’s expectations when it staged its maiden concert

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