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David Shearer, MP for Mt Albert and Labour spokesman for Energy and Foreign Affairs
An Osmania University, Hyderabad, graduate Viji Murali, has been named chief information officer and vice provost of Information and Educational Technology at the University of California, Davis.
APPLICATIONS are now invited for sports scholarships available for Indian students to study sport related programmes.
In continuation to our previous column to make you know your candidate better, we are again presenting another Kiwi-Indian Candidate from Labour Party- Sunny Kaushal.
People who think they know Indian cuisine may be in for a surprise with the opening of Cassia in Auckland’s Fort Lane.
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HOTA Forum announces Hindu Wisdom Workshops
The HOTA Forum which is a collaborative forum of Hindu organisations, Temples and Associations (HOTA) announces free public workshops to learn and discover the practical wisdom of Hindu culture and its application in daily life.

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Amendment in Juvenile Act: Required or Not?
Numbers of juveniles committing serious crimes have seen a significant growth in India in past few years. There has been a long going debate over whether Juvenile Justice Act should be amended and juvenile age should be decreased or not.
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Regions supporting a growing economy
Regional New Zealand has led our country out of the global financial crisis with almost every region showing strong growth, and most with a lower unemployment rate than Auckland.

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In pursuit of Happiness…..
In todays time and age when we rush about trying to get and keep our lives together and any free time whatsoever is dedicated to Facebook or Twitter or our choice of social media, we seem to forget to check in with ourselves regularly.
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US warns Indian threat will 'flip the lights' off at WTO
Rahul slams BJP, Sena over force-feeding incident
Congress does not have numbers to claim leader of opposition post, attorney general tells Speaker
Congress does not have numbers to claim leader of opposition post: AG
 
Man convicted for child porn on phone
Dog trapped in hole with cat
Coffey's house sells for double CV price
Airport shut down after plane's wheel malfunction

 

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New women's centre opens in Kalabu
Store water, West residents told
PM commends RSMS cadets
Mind matters: Dealing with psychiatric survivors
 
New Plymouth airport reopens
Brownlee breach onus now on Key – political panel
Teen dies in crash two months after dad
Talking about bowel cancer
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By Mathew
Firstly there are snakes in Fiji, whoever wrote this, seriously has not been to any interior or farmland, or Island that has little to no mongoose, secondly Shave heads as a badge for death of a close friend? in Fiji the temple is sacred and to touch a head is sacred, that is why the men had huge afros and dreadlocks
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I just love how the hotel looks today.It is just so beautiful.I wished I could get a place there if given the opportunity
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Bro, stop lying you want this indian word to hide over the fact that. At the time, the largest portion of the army came from Punjab.  With the largest portion from that being Sikhs and then muslims. You, as a hindu indian from somewhere else have no connection to that. Pakistan is a separate country, and the Sikhs are not under india. Indian does still apply to both, however not in unique instances where they are the sole contributors. The only non punjabis were Rajputs and even among the Jatts
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