Face of the Week

Another young woman is making our community proud by representing it on the national stage. India-born Kiwi Tuljai Parker is one of the top 20 finalists for this year’s Miss Universe NZ (MUNZ), and is preparing hard for the national beauty pageant.
From humble beginnings in a rehearsal space in Wellington to showcasing their work to more than 450,000 people worldwide, Indian Ink has now become one of the most successful theatrical export in New Zealand.
I just randomly started writing my feelings about how I felt being there and what I was going through, and it sort of gave birth to the idea of the autobiography that eventually got published.
Sehaj Sapra, a 10-year-old golfer from Auckland, recently made it to the top five during the Auckland tour of US Kids Golf Championship held in December and January. She is a Year Six student at Kristin School and is the house captain for junior school...
This 13-year-old young cricketer is on a scoring spree. In the recently concluded District Tournament, Keertivaasan Prakash, or KV as he’s is popularly known, scored two centuries and a half-century during the tournament becoming the top run scorer.
In our Face of the Week section this week, we are featuring ‘faces’ of two Aucklanders—Prashant Trivedi and Santhan Kusum, developers of a website that will help the first-home buyers save a lot of money.
The duo’s fun-loving nature has garnered them a fan base that is growing exponentially in New Zealand and Fiji. In a conversation with Indian Weekender, Ren and Raj talk about what motivated them to start producing videos.
The young Jeet Raval, born in Ahmedabad, Gujarat, would probably have never thought that one day he would be playing for the Blackcaps—New Zealand’s national cricket team.
Lewis was in Auckland earlier this week for an event organised to celebrate the life and works of Mother Teresa. Indian Weekender caught up with him to know more about his inspiring journey.
Indian Weekender spoke to her about her journey into cinema and theatre.
Aryaman Taore, an 18-year-old engineering student at the University of Auckland, collected $250,000 in four days through crowdfunding earlier last month.
The journey of migrating to a new country, especially New Zealand, is no cakewalk, as at every step you require guidance. Undoubtedly, having the right advice can make all the difference.
Indian Weekender spoke to Auckland’s fashion stylist Chetan Mongia to know more about his roots (pun intended), his recent gig at Wella Trend Vision 2016, and the secret to a killer blowout at home.???????
Swaroopa Unni will be exploring the dance form of Bharatanatyam in Sringaram—Dance of Love at Auckland’s Tempo Dance Festival on October 6 and 8
Meet the young award-winning short film director

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