July 15 2014 Issue

July 15 2014 Issue

Conclave reveals community concerns

Following the first Kiwi-India Conclave held on June 28 at Auckland’s Ellerslie Convention Centre, the Steering Committee will conduct a sample poll accounting for the

July 15 2014 Issue

Two candidates seek Indian votes

A social worker and an expert in governance are seeking the support of the Indian community in the general election due to be held on

July 15 2014 Issue

Changes to benefit migrant workers and students

Measures to tackle exploitation of migrant workers, enabling the victims to go through the complaint process without fear and releasing international students from the clutches

July 15 2014 Issue

Open Forum to address your concerns

Do you have issues, which you believe can be solved through a common approach? If the answer is ‘Yes,’ you should attend an Open Forum

July 15 2014 Issue

Public apathy threatens democratic ideals

Declining public engagement and participation in politics and inequalities in representation are among the most critical challenges facing democracy in many countries, says the Hansard

July 15 2014 Issue

New stripes with added responsibility

As Ranjna Patel, Member of the South Asian Advisory Board ‘decorated’ Gurpreet Arora with three stripes, three things happened at the same time. The young

Rhetoric response continues as people suffer

Issues relating to Immigration invoke emotions and responses. The fear of displacement and fear of the unknown and the state of being threatened are usually

Lawyer sent to jail for fraud

The Auckland High Court sentenced Lawyer Hugh Edward Staples Hamilton (63), to a prison term of four years and nine months on July 4, 2014

Director pleads guilty to charges

Mark James Whelan (41) pleaded guilty in the Auckland District Court on July 1, 2014 after giving evidence at his trial on a second Serious

July 15 2014 Issue

True ‘Indian Identity’ embraces diversity

The concept of ‘Indian Identity’ has been widely discussed, hotly debated and written for years. I have given considerable thought to this concept throughout my

Opacity keeps student welfare in the dark

The Tertiary Education Union has objected to the Government’s decision to introduce further cuts to student support. It joined the New Zealand Union of Students’

July 15 2014 Issue

Students prefer online voting to cash

Younger members of the society, especially tertiary education students, would prefer to vote online rather than visiting a polling booth. Although it is neither legal

Determination goes beyond vision

When 22-year-old Ekta Kumar appears in ‘His First Ball,’ a musical play at Maidment Theatre (Musgrove Studio) Auckland from July 16 to 19, it would

Call for Reserve Bank official to resign

Reserve Bank of Fiji Deputy Governor Arif Ali should resign immediately, failing which he should be sacked by Bank’s Board following the declaration of his

July 15 2014 Issue

New Centre to motivate Molituva women

Fijian women have an additional opportunity to acquire greater knowledge and training and become economically more active with the opening of a new Centre. The

July 15 2014 Issue

Star pupil for global contest

Soccer is not the only competition held in Brazil as the recently defeated country (in FIFA World Cup as reported in Sportslink in this issue)

People in shadows must come to light

With more than 11 million illegal immigrants living in his country, US President Barack Obama has a huge problem in his hands. The House of

Association deserves credit and support

One of the most important attributes of a community organisation is the way in which it connects with the people it aims to serve, listen

July 15 2014 Issue

Young Zoroastrians call for global meet

More than 400 members of the Zoroastrian (Parsi) community across the world will be in New Zealand late next year to participate in what could

July 15 2014 Issue

Western Union affirms Indian commitment

Western Union, the money transfer giant, has affirmed its commitment to promote charitable programmes in India as a part of its policy to ‘give back

July 15 2014 Issue

Visiting Bishop preaches power of prayer

The Indian Government should address the problem of collusion among self-proclaimed Gods and a few powerful politicians and end the illicit nexus, a visiting Bishop

July 15 2014 Issue

Religious discourse in South Auckland

Followers of Hindu faith and those keen on understanding the world’s oldest religion and its practices would have an opportunity to enhance their knowledge at

July 15 2014 Issue

Indians’ tribute to freedom fighters

Thousands of people who fought for the freedom of India will be remembered at the Independence Day Celebrations due to be held in Auckland on

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