New Zealand
The shared but forgotten history Photo Gallery
As efforts get underway to commemorate the 100 years of Gallipoli landings to honour the 2721 men killed in Gallipoli, it may be time to acknowledge the forgotten fallen Indian soldiers during the same war
Transport Survey: More than half support Auckland Plan Transport Network
A majority of Aucklanders support the proposed Auckland Plan transport network, according to the results of a quantitative survey of more than 5,000 of the region’s residents.
The world’s largest poppy
Thousands of Kiwis are commemorating Anzac’s centenary by placing personalised messages in the Auckland Domain to build the world’s biggest poppy.

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Australia
Look poor to avoid attack – Australian cop's advice to Indians
Also, foreign students should try not to live in Melbourne's poorer suburbs top cop says
Cricketing world shocked at Hughes' death
The cricket world was left stunned Thursday as Australian batsman Phillip Hughes, who was struck on the head by a cricket ball, died in a Sydney hospital.

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    Business 
    GFS wins two awards
    Global Financial Services Ltd (GFS) is on a winning spree! At the recent Indian Business Awards, it has won not one but two awards: Excellence in Customer Service Award and Best Medium-Sized Business Award.
    MOU strengthens New Zealand- India trade relations
    The India New Zealand Business Council (INZBC) and Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) signed an historic MOU in New Delhi, India on 5th November.
    GFS wins two awards
    Global Financial Services Ltd (GFS) is on a winning spree! At the recent Indian Business Awards, it has won not one but two awards: Excellence in Customer Service Award and Best Medium-Sized Business Award.

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    Global Indians 
    Obama names Indian-American Shamina Singh to Key Post
    President Barack Obama has named yet another Indian-American as member of the Board of Directors of the Corporation for National and Community Service for a term expiring in October 2019.
    Raja Rajeswari becomes New York's first Indian-American judge
    Chennai born Raja Rajeswari, who came to America when she was 16, has become the first person of Indian descent to be named as a criminal court judge in New York City.
    Obama names Indian-American Shamina Singh to Key Post
    President Barack Obama has named yet another Indian-American as member of the Board of Directors of the Corporation for National and Community Service for a term expiring in October 2019.

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    India 
    India evacuates over 1,000 from Yemen, Modi praises efforts
    Prime Minister Narendra Modi praised the coordinated efforts by various ministries, and especially lauded his colleagues Sushma Swaraj and V.K. Singh.
    BJP marks 35th foundation day, no official invite for Advani
    The BJP held its 35th foundation day function at the party office here but party patriarch L. K. Advani was not "officially" invited for the event, sources said.
    SGPC wants centre to ban film on Sikh religion
    The Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee (SGPC), the mini-parliament of Sikh religion, has sought the intervention of Prime Minister Narendra Modi to ban release of film 'Nanak Fakir'

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    Fiji 
    Fiji Tourism Expo in June this Year
    TOURISM Fiji is working with the Ministry of Industry and Trade to get local craft exhibitors to be a part of the Fiji Tourism Expo 2015.
    Burundi, Fiji Landlocked African
    Fiji and the Republic of Burundi formalised diplomatic relations at a ceremony at the Permanent Mission of Fiji to the United Nations in New York.
    Lessons to learn from faraway India
    INDIA, which is the largest democratic country in the world, has been a development assistance partner of Fiji for some time.

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    Issues 
    The Essence of Fasting

    Fasting is a bounty, grace and gift of Allah Ta’ala to His slave. It has not been made obligatory for going without meals. It has been enjoined upon those who have faith so that they can attain the pleasure of Allah Ta’ala and become pious.

    Paris carnage: One suspect surrenders, two spotted
    Two of the suspects involved in the attack on a magazine office in Paris were reportedly spotted in northern France Thursday while a third surrendered to police as France went into mourning a day after the tragedy.

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    Profile 
    Politics runs in my blood: Priyanca Radhakrishnan

    Priyanca Radhakrishnan, the newcomer in the Labour Party’s list for elections has been ranked No. 23 in the list. She might be a new hope for Indian Communities, for raising their concerns in Parliament but only after the party polls 31.6% or more.

    Politics runs in my blood: Priyanca Radhakrishnan
    Priyanca Radhakrishnan, the newcomer in the Labour Party’s list for elections has been ranked No. 23 in the list. She might be a new hope for Indian Communities, for raising their concerns in Parliament but only after the party polls 31.6% or more.

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