May 15 2011 Issue

May 15 2011 Issue

India signals early Free Trade Agreement

A Free Trade Agreement (FTA) between India and New Zealand could become a reality as early as next year, with the Governments of both countries

May 15 2011 Issue

Patton sponsors Young Entrepreneur Award

Patton Limited, one of the most progressive companies of the private sector, will sponsor the Best Young Entrepreneur of the Year Category of the Indian

May 15 2011 Issue

Such rights are wrong

Former skinhead, National Front Leader and Christchurch Mayoral candidate Kyle Chapman was at it again last week, this time, creating a furore in South Auckland

May 15 2011 Issue

Tight budget would not harm growth

National is firmly focused on building a stronger economy and better public services. As we look to deliver our third Budget this week, I want

May 15 2011 Issue

Don’t think Oz mate, you are better off here

If you are one of those New Zealanders who had earlier tried to migrate to Australia before something went drastically wrong, you can thank your

Homage to scribes on World Press Freedom Day

The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) observed Word Press Freedom Day on May 3 with great fervour this year. For the first

May 15 2011 Issue

Lower rates lift 2 Degrees prospects

A fast growing company Like 2 Degrees Limited can benefit from the recent decision of the Government to reduce Mobile Termination Rates, Massey University ‘Brand

May 15 2011 Issue

Special Talk Pack for India

In response to requests from customers in New Zealand’s Indian community, 2 Degrees has developed a special Talk Pack designed specifically for calling India. The

May 15 2011 Issue

Missing man’s body found at risky beach

A decomposed body found at a dangerous West Auckland surf beach on Good Friday (April 22, 2011) has been identified as Unitec student Rhyan Rego

May 15 2011 Issue

Obama’s taking makes the world no safer

Few video clips released over the past few years showed him in the caves of Afghanistan, in stark contrast to where he was ultimately located.

Five months at home for dentist

The Dunedin District Court sentenced a Gore based dentist to five months home detention on May 2 on proven charges of tax evasion and fraud.

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

The Taxman goes after you, not the Agent

Apart from writing a regular monthly column, Inland Revenue Department (IRD) Community Relationship Advisor Abdul Rafik answers Readers’ Queries. Here are two of them: Evading

India’s exports surge but deficit remains

India’s international trade continued to surge but the country is yet to effectively address its Balance of Payments deficit. Official estimates for the fiscal year

May 15 2011 Issue

Jaws get tighter for loan sharks

The ACT Party does not care if common people get into the jaws of loan sharks and perish but at least the National Party is

May 15 2011 Issue

Bank of Baroda records impressive growth

Fiscal year ending March 2001 was yet another period of all-round growth for Bank of Baroda, according to its Annual Report released last fortnight in

May 15 2011 Issue

Courage to dream abets will to succeed

Success comes to those who dare to dream, fight odds and work hard; those who moan and groan would always remain relegated. A good financial

May 15 2011 Issue

Positive outlook builds market interest

Downturn, Recession, Upturn and Boom are part of every economy and business activity and the Property sector is no exception. Although the current recession has

Porridge for property developer

The Tauranga District Court sentenced a property developer on April 29 to two-and-half years in prison on proven charges of tax evasion and dishonesty. The

May 15 2011 Issue

An inflammable mix extreme politics

When Prime Minister John Key returned home after rubbing shoulders with the world’s Royalty and social elite, he found a very changed political landscape by

May 15 2011 Issue

Changes to KiwiSaver will hurt common people

The market is rife with speculation that the National Government will make substantial changes to the KiwiSaver Scheme. At press time, Prime Minister John Key

May 15 2011 Issue

Budget to focus on growth, savings

The National Party is working hard to build a stronger economy. I am proud to be part of a Government that is delivering on its

May 15 2011 Issue

Bloodthirsty loan sharks must be muzzled

I have been campaigning hard for more than 18 months to stop the damage done by loan sharks who lend irresponsibly and at excessive interest

Fascism has no place among us

Any fair-minded New Zealander should not disregard the distribution of anti-Asian pamphlets in letterboxes in areas where Asians live in Auckland and Christchurch. Kyle Chapman

May 15 2011 Issue

Anti-incumbency wave hits Indian States

The outcome of the State elections, the results for which were declared last night proved yet again that ruling parties should not take the public

May 15 2011 Issue

Osama’s death hailed as Justice served

US President Barak Obama announced on May 2 that Al Qaeda Leader Osama bin Laden was killed in a home near Islamabad in Pakistan. The

May 15 2011 Issue

Indian Police Reforms remain on paper

The recent campaign by Anna Hazare (Indian Newslink, April 15) reflected India’s exhaustion with corruption and impunity. Each of these negatives is nowhere better evidenced

May 15 2011 Issue

Participative Democracy around us

As South Pacific countries (Tonga, Tuvalu and Fiji) move towards democracy, enunciating the ‘Right to Public Information Act’ would be a step in the right

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