Face of the Week


For this young fashion designer, it is all about precision. Each garment that she creates or alters is a beautifully-designed and unique piece.Nazneen Daruwalla started Alter Me to pursue her passion for sewing and designing
A producer, scriptwriter and a production designer—Dr Rachel Singh dons many hats while working on a film. Singh started her journey in the television industry and then moved on to capture the silver screen.
He is a doctor, a social entrepreneur, a lecturer at three universities in New Zealand and Australia, and perhaps the only writer who has written books across fiction, non-fiction and medicine.
For Parmeet Sahni, her fascination with cameras goes back to her modelling days. Many might recognise her as the runner-up in Mrs India NZ 2014. It was in the same year, when Sahni decided to pursue her passion for photography...
At the age of 12, he developed his first app, but it was his most recent development of The Homework App that put him on the global tech map. Indian Weekender spoke to Kohli to find out more...
Originally from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Akash Sandhu aka Akasha, has been living in Auckland for the past eight years. Although a Business Development Manager by profession, Sandhu can be seen spinning at New Zealand’s hidden...
We aim to make the company a world leader in gas leak detection technology in the next five years, he said, adding that the company has recently launched its first gas leak detector Ammonia LD 4000.
Anuja Nadkarni, Indian Weekender’s frequent contributor, has won the ‘National Business Review Outstanding Journalism Graduate of the Year’ Award at the Auckland University of Technology.
Twenty-one-year-old pharmacy student Akhila Puthigae comes from a musically inclined family. A trained opera singer, Akhila has been performing ever since she can remember. Indian Weekender spoke to this young talent to find out about her...
After performing at various music shows in India and abroad, he is all set to rock the stage at The Jam Lounge in Auckland on April 23. Indian Weekender finds out more about Ashish in a candid conversation.
She was the young Zealander of the year 2010, the Indian New Zealander 2011 and recently was awarded the Young Alumna of the year 2016 at University of Auckland. Meet Dr. Divya Dhar.
At the tender age of five, he started learning Odissi dance. After years of rigorous training under the guidance of many maestros, today, Dr Sam Goraya, has mastered the art of this beautiful dance form.
Eleven-year-old, energetic and competitive Kiwi-Indian Gurmehar Singh was awarded the Certificate of Merit in National Junior Chess Finals last year, after securing the 12th position among 63 participants from across the country.
Natasha Bali started off as radio presenter before deciding to pursue her passion for dancing by opening a dance academy.Natasha Bali recently landed her first role in a movie that will soon hit theatres..
Farida Master lives in the pulsating world of media. In an exclusive interview with Indian Weekender, the Auckland-based senior journalist speaks about her stint in the industry, ...

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