April 1 2011 Issue

April 1 2011 Issue

Earthquake jolts Indian businesses

A number of Christchurch based Indian businesses are suffering the adverse effects of the February 22 Earthquake with substantial losses to their properties, equipment and

April 1 2011 Issue

A Tribute to Sir Anand Satyanand

We are happy to announce that the Indian Newslink Sir Anand Satyanand Lecture will be held at Stamford Plaza Auckland on Monday, July 4, 2011

April 1 2011 Issue

BNZ Title Sponsor

We are happy to announce that BNZ Partners will be the Title Sponsor of the Indian Newslink Indian Business Awards (IBA) 2011. As well as

April 1 2011 Issue

Christchurch businesses suffer aftershocks

We all now know that Christchurch suffered a massive earthquake on February 22, and many lives were lost. Those of us who were not there

April 1 2011 Issue

The earth cracked but not faith in humanity

For tens of thousands of Cantabrians, February 22, 2011 would remain the deadliest day in their lives, for the devastation that the Earthquake wrought on

April 1 2011 Issue

Entrepreneur upbeat over future prospects

Apart from lives, the Christchurch Earthquake on February 22 claimed a number of properties, throwing businesses out of gear. Among them was the Wyatt &

Muslims mourn two medical practitioners

The Wellington based Federation of Islamic Associations of New Zealand (FIANZ) and the Canterbury Muslim community have mourned the death of Dr Maysoon Abbas and

Multilingual broadcast on Community Radio

Hamilton based Community Access Radio has launched a project to provide information relating to the earthquake recovery operations in Christchurch. The information, in several languages,

April 1 2011 Issue

The ways of God are beyond human wisdom

The recent Earthquake in Christchurch was a great tragedy for the whole of New Zealand. It is impossible to describe the horror feeling during the

April 1 2011 Issue

Packages of love from Manukau

You are a person of compassion with a genuine care for Cantabrians who have lost their families, money and property but fear that your assistance

April 1 2011 Issue

Apathy keeps voters away in Botany

Voter turnout at the recently held by-election in Botany was low. A number of factors were responsible for poor percentage of polling, which I had

April 1 2011 Issue

Another bright MP wasted

Politicians should be aware that they live in glasshouses and hence should behave well at all times of day and night and in public view

April 1 2011 Issue

Kiwis deserve a Government that works

Times are tough right now. People are losing their jobs. Petrol, power and food prices are out of control. It is harder to take care

April 1 2011 Issue

Budget cuts hurt the poor

The National Government should focus on creating jobs and stimulating the economy, not pulling $800 million out of the budget at the expense of New

April 1 2011 Issue

Crisis helps Government cut through Red Tape

The Christchurch Earthquake Memorial Service held in Hagley Park on March 18 was another step in showing the people of Christchurch that the rest of

The Japanese lesson in resilience

Since the Pike River Mine disaster of November 19, 2010 in Greymouth and the devastating Earthquakes in Christchurch on September 4, 2010 and February 22,

April 1 2011 Issue

The world should name and shame racists

The world observed ‘The International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination’ on March 21. New Zealand commemorated it as ‘Race Relations Day’ with the

April 1 2011 Issue

Natural disasters bind humanity with a cause

More than 200 relatives of those killed in the February 22 Earthquake sat together in front of the main stage at the Memorial Service in

April 1 2011 Issue

A cleansing chance for Immigration

Immigration may be a lucrative business but anyone attempting to offer or provide services without obtaining a proper licence from the Registrar of Immigration Advisers

Employers ignore human capital values

New Zealand employers are largely apathetic towards retention of talent and fail to put in place programmes that would foster career of people. In addition,

KiwiSaver registers impressive growth

The Government’s KiwiSaver Scheme appears to be gaining popularity among employers and employees, with more than 1.6 million people enrolled as at the end of

Fraudulent accountant begins jail sentence

Waikanae resident Ian Victor Petersen would have plenty of time to realise the folly of his actions in prison to which the Wellington District Court

April 1 2011 Issue

Disasters may affect view on Nuclear power

While New Zealanders may have felt somewhat ‘comfortable’ about the use of nuclear energy as a source of electricity in recent years, the Earthquake in

SFO probes Insurance Group

The Serious Fraud Office (SFO) is currently investigating the affairs of the defunct insurance broking company Herbert Insurance Group (HIG). The Company went into receivership

April 1 2011 Issue

Commercial properties reward smart investors

That is a million-dollar question every investor asks and hopes to ‘get the right answer by getting everything right.’ Commercial property entails long-term investment with

Students on rampage for leadership change

The Arab Spring uprisings spread to New Delhi where one million protesters massed at Rajpath. The gathering is generally peaceful until pandemonium broke out later

Model of the Fortnight

We have amidst us people involved in sports, show business and doing ordinary things but our Model of the Fortnight Leah Kathryn Bruce has interests

Platinum Jubilee in Rotorua

The Bay of Plenty Rotorua Indian Association will mark its Platinum Jubilee in a festive atmosphere on April 30, 2011. Association President Shashi Patel said

April 1 2011 Issue

Good photography embellishes weddings

My love for Indian Weddings started my passionate affair with Weddings and Photography. These two words alone really excite me, and hence marrying them came

April 1 2011 Issue

Radio Star set for the real Art of Living

In all the years that we have known her, Neha Sandhu nee Bhatia has been an ever-smiling and ever-friendly young woman, whose mellifluous voice has

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