Sept 15 2011 Issue

Tough measures to shut down money launderers

A number of ministries and government agencies are pooling their resources to tackle the rising menace of money laundering with progressive measures in place over

Tough measures to shut down money launderers

A number of ministries and government agencies are pooling their resources to tackle the rising menace of money laundering with progressive measures in place over

Sept 15 2011 Issue

Triangle TV adds another angle to Awards

We are happy to announce that Triangle Television has joined the high profile team of sponsors of the Indian Newslink Indian Business Awards (IBA) 2011.

Sept 15 2011 Issue

Triangle TV adds another angle to Awards

We are happy to announce that Triangle Television has joined the high profile team of sponsors of the Indian Newslink Indian Business Awards (IBA) 2011.

Sept 15 2011 Issue

Mixed-ownership Model progressive

National is working hard to build a more competitive economy based on exports and higher savings, helping create sustainable, higher-paying jobs. Building a stronger economy

Sept 15 2011 Issue

Bank of India Opening

Reserve Bank of New Zealand Governor Dr Alan Bollard will inaugurate the office of the Bank of India (NZ) Limited in Auckland on Thursday, October

Sept 15 2011 Issue

Commonwealth weary of the Fiji enigma

After almost six years of dingdong battle, Fiji remains a diplomatic nightmare and regional and international enigma and with no solution in sight. Although he

Sept 15 2011 Issue

Media Partnership enhances social values

New Zealand’s fast-growing multiethnic communities in general and the Indian community in particular will benefit from the strategic media partnership just established between one of

Sept 15 2011 Issue

Bank of India to focus on growth of SMEs

Increased exposure to the small and medium-sized enterprises and the agricultural sector, establishing new branches and operating additional ATMs are among the priorities of Bank

Terrorism revisits Indian Capital

As the world was preparing to observe the 10th Anniversary of the terrorist attacks in the US (on September 9), terror revisited the Indian Capital

Sept 15 2011 Issue

High-level graft fortifies parallel economy

India fulfilled its commitment to corruption by ratifying the United Nations Convention on corruption in May 2011, joining 140 countries who have signed the Agreement.

Charity Trust boss in jail

The Auckland District Court sent a former charitable trust boss and his business partner to serve their time in prison, while a third associate, a

Sept 15 2011 Issue

2 Degrees offers Bonus Minutes for life

Hot on the heels of the news that 200,000 customers had ported their number to 2degrees, mobile value is set to go to a new

Sept 15 2011 Issue

Memorable holiday begins on board

Choose Singapore Airlines and SilkAir for comfort, exceptional service, world-class cuisine and your holiday will begin the moment you step on board. You can fly

Sept 15 2011 Issue

ACT marks route to Wellington via Epsom

If there were such a thing called twisted history with an ironic touch, then the Epsom electorate in Auckland would be a prime example of

Investment on track for Auckland commuters

Aucklanders can look forward to faster and more reliable electric trains, thanks to National’s $1.6 billion investment to upgrade, extend, and electrify Auckland’s rail network.

Sept 15 2011 Issue

Pakuranga deserves a dynamic lawmaker

New Zealand’s demography has changed over the past two decades and Pakuranga is among the suburbs, which reflect such a change. The Pakuranga electorate in

Sept 15 2011 Issue

Experts to augment innovation in Kiwi firms

Massey University has launched an Innovation Strategy to encourage staff and students across its disciplines in successfully transferring their knowledge and ideas for the benefit

Sept 15 2011 Issue

India offers exciting education opportunities

In June, I was fortunate enough to have been invited to visit India as part of Prime Minister John Key’s trade delegation. Though my stay

Open Day for Year 13 Students at AUT

The AUT University will conduct a Course Information Session for Year 13 students at its Manukau Campus (640 Great South Road) on October 5. Students

Sept 15 2011 Issue

The golden voice will reverberate forever

Anirudh Diwakar, Programmes Director of Radio Sargam (the Hindi Station of Communications Fiji Ltd) passed away at a Suva Private Hospital on August 25. He

Sept 15 2011 Issue

World vision lets poor children see light

India’s caste system may have been abolished long ago but its legacy endures in rural villages, with many Indians still considering themselves ‘untouchables’. People born

Sept 15 2011 Issue

Delhi writes its foreign policy, not Washington

During her recent visit to India, US Secretary Hilary Clinton appealed to the Federal Government in New Delhi to be more assertive in world affairs.

Sept 15 2011 Issue

Fraudsters work overtime to skim employers

Employees and managers were among the perpetrators of fraud, skimming almost $80 million off small, medium and large companies in New Zealand during the six-month

ANZ cites FTA benefits with India

A Free Trade Agreement (FTA) or a Closer Economic Cooperation Agreement (CECA) with India is critical to the GDP growth of New Zealand and lifting

Sept 15 2011 Issue

Dubious donations attract penalty

Many people make charitable donations each year and receive tax credits accordingly. However, Inland Revenue (IR) is seeing many situations where people are claiming tax

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