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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.
Direct Dil se
In keeping up his tradition to speak to the people of India, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed the nation once again. ....

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Editorials 
From the desk of the Managing Editor: 13 February
We have heard from reliable sources that our very own Kanwaljit Singh Bakshi has been elected the Chairman of the Law and Order Committee. Indeed we Indians are ‘Movers and Shakers’! We are especially proud of him for he was the first Kiwi-Indian MP.....
From the desk of the Managing Editor: 16 January
Last week I had the privilege of visiting a popular Indian fast food restaurant. After we exchanged greetings with the owner, he congratulated us for our publication going weekly......
From the desk of the Managing Editor, Giri Gupta: 20 February
Last week, we had shared the news of Kanwaljeet Singh Bakshi being elected the Chairman of the Law and Order committee. We’d like to share here that one of the people who voted for him was an MP from a rival party,...

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Readers say 
Dhoni: The man who defied logic

Mahendra Singh Dhoni, an unorthodox cricketer from a small town Ranchi to the most powerful man of cricket worldwide, retired from Test cricket after the Melbourne Test.

Dhoni: The man who defied logic
Mahendra Singh Dhoni, an unorthodox cricketer from a small town Ranchi to the most powerful man of cricket worldwide, retired from Test cricket after the Melbourne Test.

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