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New Zealand First candidate Mahesh Bindra has bright chances of making it into the Parliament. The latest Herald-DigiPoll survey shows that New Zealand First is on the rise and assured of making it to the Parliament in bigger numbers.
Water Resource, River Development and Ganga Rejuvenation Minister Uma Bharti Friday launched a website on the Ganga here to expedite people's involvement in the rejuvenation of the Hindu holy river, an official statement said.
Water Resource, River Development and Ganga Rejuvenation Minister Uma Bharti Friday launched a website on the Ganga here to expedite people's involvement in the rejuvenation of the Hindu holy river, an official statement said.
Environment and Forest Minister Prakash Javadekar Friday launched an online portal for grant of recognition to zoos and their monitoring besides an E-archival and retrieval management system for the Central Zoo Authority.
When Indian Prime Minister, Narendra Modi, went to visit the flood-ravaged Jammu and Kashmir region, he offered to assist Pakistan, also affected by the flood, relief operations in areas "across the Line of Control".
The Indian economy will grow at a rate of 5.6 percent in 2014, the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) said in its annual report.
More than 78,000 school children from around the country have started voting in the 2014 general election from inside the classroom, as they take part in the biggest Kids Voting programme ever held in New Zealand.
Indian scientist Kamal Bawa, a distinguished professor of biology at the University of Massachusetts in Boston, has won the 2014 Midori Prize in Biodiversity for his research, including in climate change in the Himalayas.
India Thursday successfully test-fired its indigenously developed nuclear-capable surface-to-surface Agni-I missile from a military base in Odisha, a defence official said.
US Senator John McCain said "India's rise as a global actor can benefit the US", and asked both countries "to trust each other and try to invest and renew their relations".
British-Indian writer Neel Mukherjee's family saga "The Lives of Others" has been shortlisted for 2014 Man Booker prize, it was announced Tuesday.
Apple Tuesday unveiled a new Apple Watch, touting it as a comprehensive health and fitness device, a mobile wallet called Apple Pay and two bigger screen versions of the iPhone, the 6 and the 6 Plus.
Auckland Council has a new waste management service aimed at a better city life. The main service changes Aucklanders will see are a new food waste collection service in urban areas, enhanced recycling.
Sometimes it's hard to get to a voting place on Election Day, but you can still have your say. Voting for the 2014 general election is open now! To find out when and where you can vote in advance, read the full story
Secretary-General of the United Nations receives an Honorary Doctor of Laws degree in recognition of his contribution towards world harmony
A prominent Fiji women’s rights activist was in New Zealand recently to voice concerns on events in Fiji ahead of this month’s general election.
Local authorities continue to work with the United Nations and the countries that can influence Fiji’s position in Syria regarding the detainment of Fijian peacekeeping troops
Indian Weekender asked a set of burning questions to each of the political parties vying to form the next government and here’s what they came up with
Indian jockey Rupa Narpat Singh won a thrilling race to win the Ladies World Championship at the Sluzewicz race course here.
Kiwi companies have been called to scale-up in collaboration with the services of Indian ICT companies.

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