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Last time we spoke about some of the benefits of eating avocado. We bring you some more in this issue. Just to recap—avocados are rich in potassium, magnesium, vitamin C, vitamin E, vitamin K1, and vitamin B-6.
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.
In today’s busy world, money has a crucial role to play in our life, from a medium of exchange to the well-being of a person. The response towards money can indicate a person’s money personality.
It is good to learn a few important guides about DSLR photography. Although photography is an art and should be a form of self-expression, these guides are a starting point to take your photography to the next level.
Your weekly horoscope this week by renowned tarot card reader and astrologer Manisha Koushik, exclusively for Indian Weekender
With a barrage of smartphone health apps being launched globally, health experts stress that such digital applications can never be a replacement for a qualified, well-trained health service provider.
In umpteen sci-fi movies, we have seen people talking to a voice (remember J.A.R.V.I.S. in Iron Man?) Just a booming voice with a slight robotic slur. It is the computer network system with Artificial Intelligence; a system that controls the spaceship...
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.
An indigenous Gond artist, Venkat Raman Shyam Singh's work has been showcased in different parts of the world, and last month, the contemporary artist was in Auckland for a live mural art show where he painted a wall at the Old Fort restaurant...
Monday, April 25, marks the 100th year of the Anzac Day service. To honour the soldiers who fought at Gallipoli and other wars New Zealand has been involved, a host of events and exhibitions planned in New Zealand.
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.
On Sunday, April 3, New Zealanders turned back their clocks by an hour. Here’s how the practice originated, interesting facts about Daylight Saving Time and a few myth busters.
Your stars this week
Navigating through the financial journey can be tricky but your financial adviser can help sort out your personal finance issues. Most first meeting are free so get the most value. Make a list of questions...
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.
The story behind All Fools’ Day
Find out what the stars have in store for you this week!
Celebrations from around the world that are as messy as Holi
Holi is probably the one of the least religious Hindu festivals. During Holi, Hindus generally light a bonfire on the eve of Holi and on the day spray friends and family with colours, both dry and mixed in water.

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