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Numbers of juveniles committing serious crimes have seen a significant growth in India in past few years. There has been a long going debate over whether Juvenile Justice Act should be amended and juvenile age should be decreased or not.
The Supreme Court has issued notice to all states seeking their views on a poser whether a terminally ill person can execute a living will that his or her life support system be withdrawn if he or she reaches a vegetative state with no hope of revival.
Indian-origin British MP Priti Patel has been appointed exchequer secretary to the Treasury department dealing with tax policy in a major cabinet reshuffle announced by British Prime Minister David Cameron last week.
An Indian-American boy will play Mowgli's character in Disney production's "The Jungle Book" adaptation.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi's first multilateral engagement, India along with other four Brics countries have signed a deal to create a new $100bn (Rs 10000 Cr) development bank and emergency reserve fund
A Malaysian Airlines flight crashed Thursday in Ukraine near the Russian border, with all the 280 passengers and 15 crew members on board feared to have been killed
Further submissions to the Proposed Auckland Unitary Plan close on 22 July 2014. These are limited to being either in support or opposition to changes to the plan
Auckland Council is seeking proposals from designers to assist with the future redevelopment of Quay Street. The council is issuing a request for expressions of interest from design consultants.
Amid high expectations from the middle class and and industry, Indian finance minister Arun Jaitley presented his maiden Budget last week. Here is a look at what goes up and what goes down:
Mario Gotze's extra time goal gave Germany their fourth FIFA World Cup title after a 1-0 win over Argentina in the final at the Maracana stadium.
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.
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.
Labour’s ethnic affairs spokesperson Phil Goff raised in Parliament last week growing concern in the community about law and order and safety.
Maiden budget of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's government promised to arrest price rise, boost investor mood, cut expenditure and restore India's growth to 7-8 percent in three years.
“A SHIFT in political tectonic plates” is stimulating new opportunities for the business and trade relationship between India and New Zealand,
The India New Zealand Business Council celebrated 25 years of establishment this week with a celebratory gala dinner following the business summit ‘‘Business Beyond Barriers’’ earlier in the day on July 8.
While the newly elected government in India is giving cautious signals that the stalled FTA will come back onto the agenda, although it will have to include a commitment to competitive markets and the agricultural sector if it's to succeed.
The message was loud and clear: listen to our plea. That was the underlying concern for scores of Indian community organisations and leaders who gathered in Auckland last week to voice their grievances to political leaders.
Argentina set up a FIFA World Cup final clash against Germany after overcoming the Netherlands 4-2 in a penalty shootout.
Sujit Choudhry, a noted expert in comparative constitutional law, has become the first Indian-American dean of the University of California, Berkeley, School of Law, a top US law school.

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