New Zealand
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First things first. Thank you for the wonderful support you have given me, Rt Hon Winston Peters and NZ First. We worked hard in the election and had a wonderful summer break to rest before the big year ahead, but we did not rest on our laurels.
Little’s big dreams
Indian Weekender interviewed Labour leader Andrew Little where he talks about rebuilding the party, reviewing the policies and reaching out and connecting with all those who really matter.
Indian woman found dead at Okahu Bay
Police were called to Okahu bay this Monday morning, after a member of public discovered the body of a women washed ashore at Okahu Bay.

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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 
    Indian American student wins 2014 International Children's Peace Prize
    Indian-American student Neha Gupta has won the 2014 International Children's Peace Prize Award for her exceptional work to raise money for underprivileged children around the world.
    Obama's immigration plan falls short of Indian techies' hopes
    As President Barack Obama camapaigned to sell his immigration plan to shield up to five million people from deportation and retain high-skilled immigrants, largely from India and China, analysts called it a mixed bag.
    Indian American student wins 2014 International Children's Peace Prize
    Indian-American student Neha Gupta has won the 2014 International Children's Peace Prize Award for her exceptional work to raise money for underprivileged children around the world.

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    India 
    Modi assures full freedom of faith; meets Christian leaders
    "Mine will be a government that gives equal respect to all religions," Modi said, breaking his long silence on the subject. "We cannot accept violence against any religion on any pretext and I strongly condemn such violence."
    Obama names Delhite Ajay Banga to trade policy body
    President Barack Obama intends to appoint Ajay Banga, the Indian-American President and CEO of MasterCard, as a member of the Advisory Committee for Trade Policy and Negotiations.
    Modi hails budget as progressive, positive
    Terming the 2015-2016 union budget "progressive, positive, practical, pragmatic and prudent", Prime Minister Narendra Modi last week said it has a distinct focus on farmers, youth, poor, neo-middle class and 'aam nagrik' (common man).

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    Fiji 
    PM extends hand of unity to opposition
    Prime Minister Rear Admiral (Ret) Voreqe Bainimarama extended an invitation to Leader of Opposition Ro Teimumu Kepa to put aside their political differences and work together for the betterment of Fiji.
    Govt meets with progress partners
    Fiji’s development partners were given a clear picture of Government’s priority areas during a meeting with Cabinet in Suva last week.
    PM extends hand of unity to opposition
    Prime Minister Rear Admiral (Ret) Voreqe Bainimarama extended an invitation to Leader of Opposition Ro Teimumu Kepa to put aside their political differences and work together for the betterment of Fiji.

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    Sports 
    India break jinx, beat South Africa in World Cup

    India finally managed to break a 23-year-old jinx when they thrashed favourites South Africa by 130 runs to win their second World Cup Pool B match at the 90,000-capacity Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG) in Melbourne, Sunday.

    India break jinx, beat South Africa in World Cup
    India finally managed to break a 23-year-old jinx when they thrashed favourites South Africa by 130 runs to win their second World Cup Pool B match at the 90,000-capacity Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG) in Melbourne, Sunday.

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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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