August 14, 2017

Front Page

Government must stop this education rot now!

Fraud, deceit and exploitation dominate student enrolment Venkat Raman The reputation of New Zealand as a quality destination is at risk and the country will

Front Page

Make A Wish for the unfortunate

Venkat Raman The family of the late Raman Ranchhod has announced the establishment of a charity to support people with terminal illnesses fulfill their wish.

Election

MMP increases representation in Parliament

And accountability ensures compliance Fourth in a series of Six Parts Venkat Raman One of the most important attributes of Parliamentary system of democracy is

Election

60,000 ‘Missing Voters’ asked to re-register

Supplied Content 60,000 voters could miss out on voting in the September General Election after their enrolment update packs were returned marked “gone, no address.”

Election

Transparency is the best foil for corruption

Lyn Provost New Zealand has worked hard to have an ethical and transparent public sector. Accusations of corruption and bribery should be of concern to

Election

The future brightens with Jacinda Ardern

Thakur Ranjit Singh Those familiar with American Football would know that ‘Hail Mary Pass’ is a very long forward pass made in desperation, towards end of

Election

New Leader personifies dignity and humility

Kelvin Davis Jacinda Ardern is the hottest political ticket in town. Her appointment as Leader of the Labour Party has changed everything. I was very

Election

People’s Party guarantees safer communities, properties

Roshan Nauhria In politics, ‘Law and Order’ refers to demands for a strict criminal justice system, especially in relation to violent and property crime, through stricter criminal penalties.

Election

Three Kings development a good fit for housing

Dr Parmjeet Parmar In my last column, I shared with Indian Newslink readers how this National-led Government is working hard to take on the challenges

Election

Towards a cohesive and efficient transport network

Kanwaljit Singh Bakshi Reliable and efficient transport systems are essential for ensuring cities continue to thrive, giving people easy access to jobs, education and services.

Election

Commitment to West Auckland continues

Bala (Venu) Beeram West Auckland is a vital part of Auckland’s economy and National is investing heavily in infrastructure to continue growth. Better connectivity will

Election

Nothing lasts for ever, none indispensable

Peter Dunne Jacinda Ardern has my warmest congratulations, my best wishes, and my immense commiserations as she takes on the role of Leader of the

Election

MMP alone cannot resurrect a failing State

Dr Rajen Prasad My recent work for the Commonwealth was in the Kingdom of Lesotho, one of the least developed countries in Africa. It continues

Election

Young offenders to undergo military training

Amy Adams A re-elected National Government will continue its focus on keeping New Zealanders safe by cracking down on the most serious young offenders and

Election

Dog whistling on immigration and crime disgusts

Winston Peters More than a third of decisions in May this year concerning Philippines students applying to study in New Zealand were uncovered as fraudulent.

Summit sets the stage for better learning with India

Venkat Raman New Zealand’s education sector including universities and tertiary institutions, officials of the government and government agencies should learn to realign their courses, programmes

Exploitation of Indian students getting worse

Sourced Content (Radio New Zealand) John Gerritsen Immigration New Zealand believes that Indian business owners are deliberately targeting Indian foreign students as cheap labour and

Education

Driving lessons at schools smoothen career path

Staff Reporter A new study at Massey University has recommended Compulsory driver’s licence education at secondary schools. It said that a driver’s license will make

Business

New Zealand should not dilute quality governance

Apurv Shukla High principles of public sector governance and responsibility are essential to strong democracies. These ensure transparent, effective and proficient use of public resources

Business

Ethereum emerges as the next big cyber currency

Second and Final Part Anand Mokashi Regulatory and Social Concerns Cryptocurrency, a quicker, cheaper, and more reliable form of worldwide payment than fiat money, is not

Indian votes important, but not decisive

Editorial One Issue 375, August 15, 2017 Elections have always excited people, although some surveys showed apathy among the younger members of the society, which

Pre-Judging sends wrong signal

Editorial Two Issue 375, August 15, 2017 While the fast-changing election scenario in New Zealand continues to baffle even the most experienced political analysts and

India’s rising role as First Responder gratifies

Constantino Xavier cxavier@ceip.org The emerging concept of India as a ‘First Responder’ reflects the country’s growing capability and increasing willingness to assume the role of

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