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The Kiwi-Indian Chef who was rendered homeless ever since the country had entered into the Level-4 lockdown has finally been able to get an accommodation following an intervention from the office of the Hon Consul of India, on behalf of the Indian High Commission. 

The Indian Weekender had earlier reported that Paras Gupta, a sous Chef, who had worked in several popular and top-level restaurants and Indian food chains was struggling to get entry into accommodation without an original passport, wh...

The members of Kiwi-business delegation travelling along with Minister for Foreign Affairs Winston Peters and Minister for Trade, Export & Growth on a four day visit to India are brimming with excitement about the prospects of advancing bilateral trade.

Speaking with The Indian Weekender from New Delhi, Sameer Handa, Chairman of India New Zealand Business Council said, “The ministerial delegation to India has been very timely although long overdue.”

“The business delegation is also of very hi...

With eyes on boosting economic cooperation and bilateral trade between the two countries, the visiting Minister for Trade David Parker is currently meeting with Niti Ayog CEO Amitabh Kant in New Delhi.

Minister Parker is accompanied with the Acting NZ High Commissioner to India, Graeme Action, along with a high-level business delegation from New Zealand. 

Niti Ayog (National Institution for Transforming India) is the Indian government’s premium economic policy-making body that uses a bottom-up app...

Overwhelming appreciation of the collective spirit of hard work and sharing of fruits of that hard work with everyone in the community was the central theme of the Auckland Tamil Association’s Pongal celebratory event on a bright sunny afternoon on Saturday, February 8 at the Mt Eden War Memorial. 

Almost every keynote speaker present on occasion including Chief Government Whip and Labour MP Michael Wood, Hon Consul of India Bhav Dhillon, Kiwi-Indian MPs Labour’s Priyanca Radhakrishnan and Nation...

History was created in New Zealand when a postage stamp on Mahatma Gandhi – the world-renowned leader of civil rights, equality and non-violence – was launched in Auckland Diwali Festival on Saturday, October 20.

The stamp was launched by Mayor Phil Goff at the official ceremony for inaugurating Auckland Diwali Festival at the Aotea Square.

The ceremony was also graced by the presence of Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern, Minister for Ethnic Communities Jenny Salesa, Leader of Opposition Simon Bridges...

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