Comment
The sorry tale of changes to working conditions
Changes are being made by the National government to employment law under the claim that they will give more flexibility in the workplace.
Growing the smart green economy
While economic data suggests that the economy is doing well, the reality is that the foundations are shaky, propped up by a dairy price bubble, the Christchurch re-build and house price speculation.
The sorry tale of changes to working conditions
Changes are being made by the National government to employment law under the claim that they will give more flexibility in the workplace.

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Editorials 
From the desk of the Managing Editor: 17th October
It has been a week since we published the story on the Indian Prime Minister’s first address to the people, in the radio series called Mann Ki Baat. I had shared last time that I am inspired by it.
From the desk of the Managing Editor: 10th October
It is being called the Modi Lehar (wave). But really can this ball of energy and genius be defined by a word such as ‘wave’?
From the desk of the Managing Editor: 24 October
We were walking a few inches taller and a few inches above the ground with pride on reading the headline in a leading Indian News Channel that said “Modi Tsunami, Not Wave”.

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Readers say 
Chance to Change : Rajesh's Rainbow

The election time in India is like a big charismatic carnival: vivid, crowd pulling, deafening, fanfare, showmanship, media hype and more

Spirituality, religion and humanity
First Man came: Religions were instituted later for the evolution of his soul. Man was not made for the sake of religion but the purpose was to attain bliss and to realize the Lord.

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