• When she’s on stage, she forgets herself and immerses completely in the dance performance. Despite being born and brought up in New Zealand she keeps in touch with Indian culture
  • Auckland museum commemorated ANZAC day in the most elegant way possible. A host of programs was lined up on Saturday 25 April to entertain and educate the crowd as well as honour the soldiers who laid down their lives in Gallipoli.
  • Immigration allows the students to come here and give the visa after taking good amount as fees from us. There are our seniors who studied here and did not get job search visas. Work visas are also being denied to some students
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When she’s on stage, she forgets herself and immerses completely in the dance performance. Despite being born and brought up in New Zealand she keeps in touch with Indian culture
An agitated Poorvi wrote an email to the school principal asking why the school not have rubber mats instead of the bark chips under the jungle gyms. The bark chips have pointy ends and if somebody falls on them, they hurt quite badly
Auckland museum commemorated ANZAC day in the most elegant way possible. A host of programs was lined up on Saturday 25 April to entertain and educate the crowd as well as honour the soldiers who laid down their lives in Gallipoli.
Immigration allows the students to come here and give the visa after taking good amount as fees from us. There are our seniors who studied here and did not get job search visas. Work visas are also being denied to some students
Thousands of Sikhs from different parts of New Zealand congregated at Nanaksar Gurdwara Manurewa to celebrate Vaisakhi – the birth of Khalsa - with Nagar Kirtan on Sunday, 26th April 2015.
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When she’s on stage, she forgets herself and immerses completely in the dance performance. Despite being born and brought up in New Zealand she keeps in touch with Indian culture

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