• News

    Aucklander dies in Afghanistan

    Dr Hashem Slaimankhel, a well-respected community leader from Auckland, lost his life in a suicide bomb blast in Afghanistan, which killed at least 95 people. Dr Slaimankhel, who was a co-founder…

  • Books

    Zee Jaipur Literature Festival opens

    One of the key events in India’s literary calendar, the ZEE Jaipur Literature Festival 2018  (#ZEEJLF) will open tomorrow and continue its legacy as a diverse and equitable platform for literary…

  • Business

    NZ traders welcome India’s new GST regime

    India is a tremendous area of potential growth for New Zealand trade, believes Glenn Coldham, Head of Customs in NZ for DHL Global Forwarding. “We are very encouraged by moves to…

  • News

    JLF’s US edition gets great reception

    Typically this time of the year, Boulder (USA) witnesses an odyssey of autumn colors with the cottonwoods, aspen and maples trees decorating the side walks with golden leaves. This time, however,…

  • News

    Mahendra Sharma to lead Waitakere Indian Association

    Mahendra Sharma has been appointed president of the Waitakere Indian Association at the association’s recent AGM meeting on 10 September in Auckland. All of the association’s new and existing Board members…

  • News

    Indian students earn NZ Excellence Awards

      As many as 31 talented young university students from India have received a 2017 New Zealand Excellence Award, Education New Zealand (ENZ) announced today. The students are pursuing undergraduate or…

  • Food

    Indian Night set for Alexandra Park

    Continuing with its international cuisine theme on race nights, Auckland’s Alexandra Park is hosting Indian Night on 24 March. “We’re slowly getting around the globe with the different evenings proving really…

  • Entertainment

    NZ Gets Pickled with 20 Years of Indian Ink

    Kiwis have patronized and praised the now-legendary play Krishnan’s Dairy. And now Indian Ink Theatre Company has chosen to share the highly acclaimed The Pickle King with audiences across New Zealand, in this,…

  • Immigration

    Indian students in NZ need compassion

    The ejection of 41 international students, who now have deportation orders against them after the Immigration Minister has coldly rejected their appeals, is further evidence of a Government that is heartless…

  • Entertainment News

    India’s largest lit fest ends on a high

    The ZEE Jaipur Literature Festival, advertised as the world’s largest free literary festival, attracted 2,45,000 footfalls over the five days ending 25 January – the highest ever in the festival’s eight-year history.…