Constable Satvir Sen from Otahuhu Police Station tells us about the Counties Manukau West Community Policing Team which is working on reducing over-representation of Kiwi-Indians as victims of crime
Rohit Singh is currently the World Boxing Federation Asia Pacific heavy weight champion, and the only Indian to have achieved this
Vocal artiste Vibha Trivedi keeps the audience mesmerised by her stage performances
As I was done with the interview, our friend arrived and Shastri got up to leave for the airport. That’s when I truly noticed the good looks of the man who lead the Indian cricket team to so many victories internationally....
Dr Satendra Singh has been recently awarded the Order of Fiji, following the conferring of Pravasi Bhartiya Samman in 2013 and New Zealand Order of Merit in 2006, for his remarkable contribution towards the cultural development of Fiji and its people
Rahul Uppal offers to give back to the society what he has received quite generously since his arrival in Auckland
Five-year-old Viraaj Amin won third prize in the Habitat for Humanity’s annual Build Challenge, which is sponsored by Lego and has entries from across the country
11-year-old Lekha Gupta scored a hundred per cent at the International Competitions and Assessments for Schools (ICAS) to showcase her competency in mathematics
Bhavna Chahal, Mrs India NZ 2014, talks about her love, life and passion
Paul Ross, founder of Pacific Kids, climbed to the top of Mt Kilimanjaro last weekend to raise funds for his orphanage in Fiji, Loloma Homes.
Vanita Morar wins black belt in Japanese karate at 49.
“On Saturday mornings, at the age of 45 years, I started to learn self-defence,” remembers Vanita Morar.
Paul Ross, founder of Pacific Kids, is all set to climb Mount Kilimanjaro to raise funds for kids in Fiji
Dhanashree Pandit Rai promotes this dying genre of light classical Indian music through a recent concert in Auckland
Belongs to Shivani Arora, executive chef at India Gate Restaurant, who cooks and serves food to thousands, not only within the Kiwi-Indian community but also beyond
Dr Sonzogni’s seminar drew upon his research into the world-wide diffusion, reception and translations of the Pañcatantra, an ancient Indian collection of animal fables believed to have been authored by the Indian sage Pandit Vishnu Sarma around 200 BCE.