Indian Weekender - New Zealand's finest Kiwi Indian website and newspaper

Top Stories

Ruby's Kitchen

thanks to its versatility (it can defy the sweet-savoury spectrum), moong dal can spark innovation in the kitchen....

Connecting youths to Indian culture

More than 2,000 people gathered at Logan Campbell Centre on Saturday, February 18, for Antarkhoj, a stage show organised with an aim to bring the young generation closer to its roots....

News

Millions vote in crucial Maharashtra civic elections

Millions of voters exercised their franchise on Tuesday in Maharashtra to elect members of 10 major civic bodies, including India's largest and richest civic body Brihan Mumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) where many Bollywood celebrities cast their v...

Entertainment

Ruby's Kitchen

thanks to its versatility (it can defy the sweet-savoury spectrum), moong dal can spark innovation in the kitchen....

Features

Are you ready to go Hyperloop?

You have travelled on roads, bridges, tunnels. You have travelled in trains, boats cars, airplanes (and maybe a space shuttle). How about travelling in a capsule gliding inside a tube?...

Meet the young Kiwi-Indian golfer in the making

Sehaj Sapra, a 10-year-old golfer from Auckland, recently made it to the top five during the Auckland tour of US Kids Golf Championship held in December and January. She is a Year Six student at Kristin School and is the house captain for junior scho...

Columns

Young dream shattered

Everyone is talking about the Indian students who are facing deportation after their appeal to the Immigration Minister was declined last week. There have been two opinions on this case...

Editorial: February 3

During his election campaign when US President Donald Trump said that he would build a ‘wall’ or put a ban on immigration and would send immigrants back to their country, I thought it was a mere election promise...

Indian students being asked to pay twice

There are major problems in our education of foreign students. Cases of fraudulent student visas have created hardship for 190 Indian students. Most of the students have returned to India but nine Indian students and a toddler are now in a sanctuary ...