June 1 2011 Issue

Christchurch on priority

The rebuild and recovery of Christchurch is at the heart of the assumptions underpinning New Zealand’s return to surplus. Following are the highlights: Funding for

Frugality should help us tread waters

There were no hidden surprises in Bill English’s third Budget (2011-2012), with its key message being simple: ‘Responsibility.’ We have heard many times over the

June 1 2011 Issue

Credit Cards dominate small businesses

An increasing number of small businesses are piling up their credit card debts to finance their operations, providing them immediate cash flow, according to a

June 1 2011 Issue

Online magazines add to reading pleasure on board

If you want to read The Economist, Bloomberg Businessweek, Wall Street Journal Magazine, Prestige or Elle while on board Singapore Airlines, you do not have

June 1 2011 Issue

An agency pans the world for your travel

Travel and tourism is a multibillion-dollar industry, ranked as a top income earner in many countries around the world. Cheaper air, sea and land transport

Debentures do not attract tax rebate

In our report titled, ‘Temple Debenture issue to raise $500,0000’ (Indian Newslink, May 1, 2011), we had said that the “Debentures would be non-interest bearing

June 1 2011 Issue

Simple steps can prevent employee fraud

An Indian Newslink front page report (November 15, 2010) highlighted the case of a dairy owner, who had become a victim of employee fraud. It

June 1 2011 Issue

An uncanny art of getting into trouble

When Gyanendra Prakash Singh (GP to friends) landed on the plum job as the Personnel Manager of the Laundry Products Division of Fisher & Paykel

June 1 2011 Issue

Pukekohe Indians to mark Platinum Jubilee

The Pukekohe Indian Association (PIA) will mark its 75th Anniversary later this year, with a series of activities, including revival of its ‘Cultural Club.’ In

June 1 2011 Issue

Multicultural Council picks new officials

The Counties Manukau Multicultural Council elected community leader Gul Zaman to the post of President for 2011-2012 at its Annual General Meeting held at Sangeet

Model of the Fortnight

One of the most enduring characteristics of New Zealanders is their spirit of independence and self-reliance. The Do-it-Yourself’ approach extends from mowing the lawn to

Model of the Fortnight

One of the most enduring characteristics of New Zealanders is their spirit of independence and self-reliance. The Do-it-Yourself’ approach extends from mowing the lawn to

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

June 1 2011 Issue

Young achievers appease community leaders

A number of young achievers brought pride and joy to their peers, elders and community leaders at the second New Zealand Hindu Youth Conference held

June 1 2011 Issue

World Festival to mark Art of Living Anniversary

The Art of Living Foundation, which has become a global organisation with branches in more than 150 countries, will mark its 30th anniversary with colour

June 1 2011 Issue

Temple Bell rings notes of Tamil-Maori ties

As Diwali or Deepawali, India’s Festival of Lights gains popularity in New Zealand, it would provide Maoris and Hindus an opportunity to understand each other’s

June 1 2011 Issue

GOPIO Raffle Draw date set

The New Zealand Chapter of the Global Organisation of People of Indian Origin (GOPIO) will conduct its raffle draw in aid of St John’s Ambulance

June 1 2011 Issue

War of attrition over ban on Fiji players

There is considerable confusion in international rugby circles with the New Zealand Government reaffirming its stand on the Fiji regime on the one hand and

June 1 2011 Issue

Urdu Poet book launch

Members of Parliament Dr Ashraf Choudhary (Labour) and Kanwaljit Singh Bakshi (National) will be among the Chief Guests at the launch of a book on

Free Health Check for all

Auckland residents can avail themselves of a free health clinic scheduled to be held at the Pakuranga Community Hall (346 Pakuranga Road) on June 11

June 1 2011 Issue

Community celebrates a Centenarian

A Century marks a significant milestone in human life and therefore an occasion to celebrate with a large circle of family, friends and well-wishers. Ladkuar

June 1 2011 Issue

The Voice of Rafi here again

In the history of music, the late Mohammed Rafi of the Hindi film industry holds the record for being the ‘Most Wanted’ singer, even 30

June 1 2011 Issue

Popular Tamil playback singers due here

The Tamil film industry music may not have the same flamboyance as Bollywood but many say that the former has originality (well, mostly) and melody,

June 1 2011 Issue

Stalwarts to perform at Carnatic Music Festival

Four stalwarts including a sister-duo and a rising star will perform at the annual Music Festival of the New Zealand Carnatic Music Society (NZCMS) this

June 1 2011 Issue

Musicians pay tributes to Annamacharya

It is a matter of gratification that there are a growing number of people, including the young who respect, practice and present India’s traditional arts,

June 1 2011 Issue

First solo showcase for Indian Painter

The long cherished dream of Auckland based artist Laxmi Jhunjhnuwala to hold a solo exhibition would be fulfilled next week as her exclusive collection of

June 1 2011 Issue

Local bards kindle pleasant memories

From the inevitable ‘paan’ and the Hukkah to the oft-repeated ‘Phele Aap’ and high calibre poetry, it was an evening that rekindled memories of Lucknow,

June 1 2011 Issue

Boxing Championship bouts in November

Boxing enthusiasts would be able to witness exciting matches leading to Championship titles in Welterweight and Cruiserweight Titles later in the year with the participation

June 1 2011 Issue

Gym and Sports entice Manukau residents

Members of the South Asian community resident in the Manukau region of Auckland City are evincing interest in being physically fit, with an increasing number

June 1 2011 Issue

Students challenged to raise funds for Chopper

All Blacks Open-side Flanker Richie McCaw has challenged New Zealand school students to mobilise funds for the ‘Westpac Chopper Appeal 2011,’ saying that he would

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