July 15,2011 Issue

July 15,2011 Issue

Global engagement critical for success

New Zealanders must adopt a united approach with the right attitude and engage themselves collectively with the outside world to ensure success in the 21st

July 15,2011 Issue

Sunny Kaushal for Pakuranga

Labour will field hospitality expert Sunny Kaushal as its candidate at the Pakuranga Constituency in East Auckland. He would be the first candidate of Indian

Property hawks to the docks

Investigation followed by prosecution with possible prison term awaits those inflating value of properties, according to a Serious Fraud Office (SFO) warning. Chief Executive Adam

July 15,2011 Issue

Personal traits embellish gubernatorial post

John Allen is a refreshingly different breed of bureaucrat. He is accessible, articulate, intelligent, and most important of all, humble and friendly. He carries no

July 15,2011 Issue

Visit to India deepens friendship

I have recently returned from a very successful five-day state visit to India. I went to New Delhi, Agra, and Mumbai for a number of

July 15,2011 Issue

The marvel of romance inspires Key visitors

Welcome to the Taj Mahal, Your Excellency. Hundreds of thousands of people come here every year from all over the world to see this Jewel

July 15,2011 Issue

Kiwi technology to solve food wastage in India

The Indian economy in general and the food industry in particular can benefit from advanced technology developed by New Zealand to prevent food wastage, the

July 15,2011 Issue

Defence Pact lifts Indo-Kiwi amity

New Zealand and India appear to have drawn closer to each other with the visit of Prime Minister John Key to Delhi and Mumbai last

July 15,2011 Issue

Former President greets New Zealanders

Dr Avul Pakir Jainulabdeen Abdul Kalam, former President of India reiterated the importance of imparting educational and moral values among children last fortnight. This reporter

July 15,2011 Issue

2degrees offers Special Package for businesses

2degrees recently completed its mobile offering by launching services for business, promising a repeat of the impact it made on the consumer market when it

July 15,2011 Issue

You should take charge of our future

As migrants, we are attracted to New Zealand for many positive reasons. It is a country of immense beauty that is largely clean, green and

A second Chamber would fortify democracy

Once upon a time, New Zealand’s Parliament looked quite different. Instead of having just one chamber of Parliament to debate and make laws, we had

July 15,2011 Issue

Political unity to tackle child poverty

The Public Health Association (PHA) is backing the call for all politicians to make decisions that are fair so that all New Zealanders, particularly children,

July 15,2011 Issue

A wise choice for Botany

The decision to select Chao-Fu Wu as the Labour candidate for Botany would provide voters in the Electorate an opportunity to elect a young, community-minded,

July 15,2011 Issue

Politics meddles with Student Membership Bill

The Boat that Rocked is a great film about taking the authorities on, breaking a government monopoly and introducing the population to rock music. It

July 15,2011 Issue

The unfair advantage of being a Kiwi

Last month saw Delhi University (DU) colleges reach new heights for cut off marks. The Shri Ram College of Commerce (SRCC) announced a stratospheric 100%

July 15,2011 Issue

Mega University for Women in Riyadh

The world’s largest University for Women opened in Riyadh last month, promising to bring the best academics and educational tools to lift the standards of

Pacts signal closer Indo-Kiwi ties

From all points of view, the recent visit of Prime Minister John Key and his delegation to India would be hailed as a landmark in

Now over to the Private Sector

It is a long established tradition that Governments initiate bilateral relationship and the private sector extends it for mutual benefit. Trade flourishes with business-to-business and

July 15,2011 Issue

Misinformed media leads by the nose

Sean Plunket is a former Radio New Zealand broadcaster and one of New Zealand’s most celebrated, informed, seasoned and award-winning journalists known for his sharp

July 15,2011 Issue

Harnessing youth power for progress

One of the most endearing and enduring aspects of modern India is its demography. The world’s largest democracy is regarded as the ‘Reservoir of Human

July 15,2011 Issue

Business Council with a mission gains status

Until three years ago, it was an organisation struggling to bring together its members to a common cause with the latter showing more apathy and

July 15,2011 Issue

Quick quake response salvages businesses

The earthquakes in Christchurch have shaken the core foundations of some businesses, raising a number of issues, which were taken for granted earlier. One of

July 15,2011 Issue

Common Trademark regime distant but desirable

Separated only by the Tasman Sea and isolated from major trading partners in Europe and the Americas, Australia and New Zealand have a long history

July 15,2011 Issue

Reforms promise better field days in Fiji

Despite being blessed with rich agricultural land, good climate and a rich pool of great farmers, Fiji’s land has not been put to optimum use

Free Workshop for IBA entrants

In deference to the wishes of a number of potential entrants to the Indian Newslink Indian Business Awards 2011, BNZ Partners are happy to host

Model of the Fortnight

Love can win hearts, move mountains, stop rivers, make or break kingdoms and send the human mind on an emotional spin. It can conquer all.

Talent of the Fortnight

At a local competition held a few years ago, someone suggested that she should enter an exciting Bikini Contest, win the title and go overseas

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