May 15, 2014 Issue

May 15, 2014 Issue

‘Pope of the Family’ becomes a Saint

Millions of people around the world, including Catholics and of other faiths watched with reverence the canonisation of John Paul II, who served as the

May 15, 2014 Issue

Teenager debuts with grace and style

Students of the East Auckland based Narthana Aalayam School of Indian Dance in general and those keen on their Arangetram (public debut) cannot gain the

May 15, 2014 Issue

Workshop on Self-Defence due

The importance of self-defence and its techniques will form the theme of the next workshop being organised by the Sukhmani Charitable Trust in Auckland. The

May 15, 2014 Issue

Global Award for our social worker in India

In what was indubitably a proud moment for the Indian Diaspora in general and the Indian community in New Zealand, one of our tireless social

Healthcare

Regular check-up promotes healthier families

East Tamaki Healthcare, West Auckland Healthcare and Mt Roskill Healthcare are pleased to provide the following services free of charge to enrolled patients who fit

Quality dental brings sparkling smile

A sparkling smile is just the right accessory to wear in the season of bleached teeth and toned physiques. An attractive smile works on your

Healthcare

Aucklander gets $25000 trauma cash compensation

When Narendra Patel visited Global Financial Services Limited (GFSL) Director Ajay Kumar last month for the annual review of his insurance policy, he casually mentioned

May 15, 2014 Issue

Akshay inspires change in Karate fan

Akshay Kumar continues with his mission to empower women by honouring extraordinary story of a young girl at L’Oreal Paris Femina Women’s Awards 2014 and

May 15, 2014 Issue

Rising star keen to join Bollywood galaxy

An actor gaining popularity on the local scene is keen to make it in the Hindi film industry with visions of becoming a superstar. Most

May 15, 2014 Issue

Mridangam creates new note at Arangetram

The Mridangam Arangetram of a teenager Seran Sailavan Ramanathan held last fortnight was an extravagant spectacle. An Arangetram is usually confined to South Indian dances

May 15, 2014 Issue

Urdu takes centre stage at Forum

The beauty and creativity of Urdu will come alive at ‘Sham E Ghazal Kavi Sammelan Mushaira’ hosted by community friend Ghouse Majeed under the banner

May 15, 2014 Issue

Young Maori women seek excellence in Kabaddi

A New Zealand Women’s Kabaddi team, comprising entirely Maori, has been a source of endearment to thousands of people who have been watching them play

May 15, 2014 Issue

Young Karate master displays smashing power

When the Kula Lumpur based Asian Goju Ryu Karate Federation qualified Vidhit Naik of Auckland for Black Belt Ni Dan (Second Dan) along with Black

May 15, 2014 Issue

Programme to train Fijian diplomats

As a part of its efforts to professionalise its Foreign Service, Fiji is developing a course to train Fijians to become diplomats. The Fijian Public

May 15, 2014 Issue

Diplomatic winter ends but apprehension remains

Although the lifting of the long unwanted travel ban has somewhat opened a window of understanding between New Zealand and Fiji, both sides are still

May 15, 2014 Issue

Bainimarama salutes Girmityas

As Fiji reflects on the indenture period of Fiji, the pain and suffering of the Girmityas cannot be ignored. Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama while closing

May 15, 2014 Issue

Islamic festival on Girmit journey

One of the most interesting incidents that took place on a voyage between India and New Zealand was a Muslim Religious Festival. Following is a

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