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Putting an end to years of LGBT campaigns and bitter legal battles, the US Supreme Court ruled in favour of same-sex marriages on Friday, June 26, thus legalising gay marriages across all 50 states, 11 years after it was first legalised in Massachusetts.
One of the five pillars of Islam, Zakat, is a way of purifying one’s wealth, freeing one from the love of possessions by encouraging humility and discipline.
The famed Paul Henry questioning on the incident of an unlicensed Maori driver behind the wheels, who was slapped a fine of $400 in south Auckland, but was given a chance to avoid the payment.
In life we all have images of what can be done and what cannot and unconsciously we find ourselves conforming to those images. It often takes someone to step outside the box to really show us that what we thought was impossible is actually achievable.
It is unfortunate that in this centennial year of remembrance we rarely remember the sufferings and sacrifice of the Indian soldiers who went to Europe to fight for the British Empire in the First World War.
Today - we are 178,000 strong and the most affluent community. We owe this to the hard work, tenacity, persistence and the values we grew up with
It is unfortunate that in this centennial year of remembrance we rarely remember the sufferings and sacrifice of the Indian soldiers who went to Europe to fight for the British Empire in the First World War.
Nothing shows the weakness of the Narendra Modi government more than the fact that it gives the impression of having been spooked by Rahul Gandhi to strive for a pro-poor image.
In this column, I have been addressing how the existence of the Ministry of Ethnic Communities is actually detrimental for a multicultural nation like New Zealand.
This year on the ANZAC Day we remembered in numerous dawn services all those who fought gallantly or died in this catastrophic battle...
The Quran says in Surah Al Ma’ida verse 32 that “whoever kills one innocent life, it’s as if he has killed all of mankind; and whoever saves one life, it is as if he has saved all of mankind”.
God incarnates from the state of Atma (Universal Absolute Consciousness) to the state of Deha (Body), to play a specific role as a part of HIS Cosmic Drama.
New Zealand has a bilingual language policy. It means all official communications should be in English and Maori.
Despite the myth of cultural prohibitions preventing Indians from crossing the ocean, Indians have been an outgoing people since the ancient period.
Why do they have only partial rights to government benefits when they arrive as immigrants? Even as they go through the gradual process of naturalisation, they are only referred to as ethnic communities and not part of the mainstream population.
Diversity shouldn’t be seen as a difficulty: diversity is an opportunity. Our differences make New Zealand stronger. Diversity, difference and thinking outside the square are the key drivers of an innovative society.
Ethnic diversity is part of our reality in New Zealand, there is no place to view migrant communities with suspicion. The Government needs to seriously look into drafting the legislation, the policy should be to allow maximum freedom ...
The excitement at Indian Weekender is building up as we announce two new awards this year. So, really, in the third year of the Hall of Fame, we have three awards that we will celebrate.
In keeping up his tradition to speak to the people of India, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed the nation once again. ....
Global cities around the world boast of the diverse ethnicities they support. In fact, displaying the diversity often turns into an obscene game for going global. More on this later; first let us try to understand....

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