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Cover Story
Coverage of Greg Boyed's death
raises questions for media
this weekend. doing the same thing,” he said. any reason.
He was lamenting the media The fact that we don't know how people Lifeline: 0800 543 354 or text HELP to
convention that suspected self- respond to visceral front-and-centre 4357
inflicted deaths should not be coverage is part of the problem.
Suicide Crisis Helpline: 0508 828 865 /
reported as suicide without the
The TVNZ veteran is not the only 0508 TAUTOKO (24/7). This is a service
confirmation of a coroner.
journalist who resents reporting for people who may be thinking about
He said it was because “according restrictions and has claimed the media suicide, or those who are concerned
to some in management . . . there are prevented from reporting the issue about family or friends.
is no need to report an incident fully. But these days, there are more
Depression Helpline: 0800 111 757 (24/7)
which might inspire copycat media reports about suicide than ever
behaviour.” before - and they can have a wider reach Samaritans: 0800 726 666 (24/7)
than ever before.
In fact reporting guidelines Youthline: 0800 376 633 (24/7) or free text
developed by the Ministry of “Greg’s death had become 234 (8am-12am), or
Health were agreed after extensive email talk@youthline.co.nz
and prolonged consultation with
part of the insatiable news
cycle. Journalists, paralysed What's Up: online chat (7pm-10pm) or
the news media.
0800 WHATSUP / 0800 9428 787 children's
The guidelines also say media
by their own grief and helpline (1pm-10pm weekdays, 3pm-
The death of TV broadcaster Greg Boyed
last week sparked a flood of tributes in should not report the method of death confusion, did what seemed 10pm weekends)
the media and many anguished articles or speculate on the cause. They should most obvious: delivering more Kidsline (ages 5-18): 0800 543 754 (24/7)
on the scourge of suicide and depression. not romanticise, rationalise or normalise content. Soon, the internet
suicide. Rural Support Trust Helpline:
The media have been warned that intense was saturated with tweets 0800 787 254
coverage can be counter-productive Another key principle is that reports of
and restraint is required. How did they
and opinion pieces, mostly
individual instances should not be unduly Healthline: 0800 611 116
respond when one of their own was prominent in the media.
written by pundits and former
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involved? TV stars.”
“Surely it would help if we addressed the If it is an emergency and you feel like you
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Page 4 | September 4, 2018

Unlocking South
Island Trade potential
to India launched
The New Zealand India Trade Alliance Zealand’s perspective it is incredibly
(NZITA) has launched a South Island important that we continue to grow
chapter to create a gateway for diversity of markets. When you look
companies in the South to connect with at India, the size of its growth, and the
the huge opportunities emerging in the strong cultural and sporting ties that we
have there, an increasing footprint in that
Indian market.
market will be incredibly beneficial for
An event, Unlocking the Potential of New Zealand.”
India, in Christchurch last Thursday was the Indian Government had taken huge goods and services between New Zealand
Albear Montocchio, Global Marketing
attended by around 60 representatives strides in recent years to improve India’s and India with mutual advantages for
Manager, HamiltonJet. The iconic
from companies looking to expand macro-economic stability. Not only was both countries and members of ITA.
exporter of high-end water jet technology
business opportunities in the enormous, the economy growing at a remarkable
has recently completed a deal to provide Wherever possible the NZITA aims to
but complex, Indian market. The event pace for any economy, let alone the third
water jets for a fleet of 14 new Follow On - provide the necessary linkages and
provided an insight into trading with largest in the world in purchasing power
Fast Attack Craft for the Indian Navy. connections to its members so that they
India, and the role of the NZITA in terms, it was doing this while keeping
are able to grow their businesses locally
unlocking the often-bewildering Indian Tweeting her support to the launch inflation close to the central bank’s 4%
and internationally.
opportunity. of the Christchurch Chapter, the New target and gradually reducing federal
Zealand High Commissioner to India, Her government debt relative to the size of The NZITA provides a range of support
Speakers included: services for members seeking to enter
Excellency Joanna Kempkers said, “New the economy.
Hon Amy Adams, opposition Zealand India Trade Alliance now has a the Indian markets, including access
spokesperson for Finance who said; The Christchurch chapter will be led by
chapter in my home town, Christchurch. for business at the highest level to local
“India is one of the fastest growing Michael Henstock with support from the
Looking forward to engagement with and state government entities in both
economies in the World, and the World’s local NZITA members in South Island.
more businesses and institutions from countries.
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Keeping Safe when out and about

Unfortunately the lack of vigilance by quickly in the opposite direction. circumstances as he believes them to be, • Don’t pick up hitchhikers. Especially if
some people has meant that they have • Don’t accept a lift from a stranger. it reasonable to use” (Section 48 of the you are travelling alone.
been subject to incidents of victimization • If you are propositioned or feel Crimes Act 1961.) • If other motorists seem to be in trouble,
by criminals actively looking for tempting threatened, dial 111 and ask for Police. This means you are allowed to defend think carefully before you stop and help.
and easy opportunities. yourself from attack, but use your • If people try to block your way, drive on
What to do if you are attacked
We all want to live in a safe community, common sense. The idea is to defend slowly and carefully and keep the doors
Try to escape and get to safety. Then dial
however there are times when our own yourself, not to cause injury or get locked.
111 and ask for Police.
actions can make a difference to how revenge. If you use unreasonable force, • If your own car breaks down, sit inside
other people perceive us. Being vigilant Unless it is absolutely necessary to defend you are committing a crime.
yourself to avoid harm, the best thing to it with the doors locked. If you have a
and attentive to your surroundings Your first concern should always be for cell phone you can call a friend or AA
including other people can greatly do is move away, avoid confrontation,
your own safety and that of others with Roadside assistance – call 0800 500 222
improve your safety when out and about. call Police and provide them with a good
you. or *222 from your mobile. Roadside
The following advice can greatly improve Never take the law into your own hands or assistance is available to AA members, or
your safety when out in your community You may use force to defend yourself, but
take unnecessary risks. you can pay and join over the phone from
force needs to be reasonable. Self-defence
Walking alone at night Keeping safe in your car the roadside.
skills need to be practiced and you can do
• Where possible, always keep to well-lit this by taking part in a self-defence course. • Park in well-lit busy areas • If other motorists offer you a lift, talk to
areas. • Always lock your parked car, even when them through a slightly open window.
The law relating to self defence
• Keep bags containing valuables, wallets, filling up at the petrol station • Only if you feel safe, take a lift to a place
“Everyone is justified in using, in defence
purses close to your body. • Keep windows up and doors locked with people and lights, such as a service
of himself or another, such force as, in the
• Keep you cell phone where you can when you are driving. station.
reach it.
• Walk close to the gutter, not beside shop Community Liaison Officer
• Walk facing traffic Onehunga Police / Onehunga Community Patrol / Auckland Neighbourhood Support
If you think someone is following you
Maungakiekie- Tamaki Local Board Member
• Keep looking ahead and walk briskly.
• Cross the road and see if they follow. He has been a member of the New Zealand Police for 13 years, and for the last 8
• If they do, go to the nearest place where years he has been working as the Community Constable and Community Liaison
there are people. Officer for the Onehunga and Maungakiekie community.
• Dial 111 and ask for Police.
If a driver stops and asks for direction ONEHUNGA POLICE Constable Allan’s work focusses entirely on Prevention initiatives working closely with
community groups, businesses and residents for the purpose of empowering people,
• Be polite but stay out of reach Constable Don ALLAN increasing vigilance and reducing victimisation.
• If you don’t trust them, walk away Donald.allan@police.govt.nz
September 4, 2018 | Page 5


Diwali is around-Chalk it up for

Auckland Diwali Festival
Colourful chalk Rangoli designs will cover sticks of coloured chalk, a 1.5m² patch Visitors can have a go at DIY henna or
the ground outside Ellen Melville Centre of ground and three hours, from 9am- mehndi, learn how to wrap or drape a
before the Auckland Diwali Festival – and midday, to complete their designs. sari, creating Rangoli patterns to take
one of them will secure a $500 cash prize home and play interactive digital Hindi
The works will be judged on their • Register your interest now to
for its creator. language games. There will also be snacks
balance of traditional design and take part in a Rangoli competition
to sample – sweet mithai treats and
Ellen Melville Centre and festival modern influences, alignment to taking place in the lead-up to the
savoury namkeen nibbles.
organisers are presenting a programme of the Diwali Festival themes of lights,
2018 Auckland Diwali Festival
Diwali-themed festivities the day before family, celebration, colour, and their To enter the Rrangoli chalk drawing
the festival, including a Rangoli-drawing representation of the relationship competition, and view the rules, terms
competition open to amateur, student between New Zealand and the Indian and conditions go to www.aucklandnz. • The competition happens outside
and professional artists. diaspora. The winners will be announced com/diwali. The competition is open Ellen Melville Centre, 9am-12pm,
at 1pm on the day. to amateur, student and professional Freyberg Place, Friday, 19 October,
Registrations are now open for artists
artists aged 13 and over, and is subject to the day before the festival proper
keen to secure one of the limited Festival producer Leilana Meredith says
weather conditions. starts in Aotea Square
pavement spaces for the Friday, 19 the team wants to hear from anyone with
October competition. experience of creating Rangoli or similar Auckland Diwali Festival is delivered by
Rangoli is an Indian folk-art form, where
arts forms. Auckland Tourism, Events and Economic • The competition is part a program
Development (ATEED), on behalf of of free, family-friendly Diwali
designs are drawn onto the ground, “Whether you do this as a family tradition
Auckland Council, in conjunction with festivities at Ellen Melville Centre
traditionally using coloured powders and or a hobby, you’re an art or design
founding partner Asia New Zealand
embellished with sand, rice, candles or student, or you make a living from art • The competition is open to
flower petals. The designs can be simple and design, we’d love you to help us bring amateur, student and professional
geometric shapes, depict deities or a burst of Rangoli colour to the heart of Ellen Melville Centre is located at 2 artists aged 13 and over
flowers or they can be more elaborate. the central city. But spaces are limited, so Freyberg Place, corner High St and
please register your interest online now.” Freyberg Place, central Auckland. This
For this competition, the designs will • Pavement spaces are limited:
community hub has five hire spaces, lots
solely be created with chalk (the only Alongside the competition, there will be register in advance at
of classes, programmes and events, many
medium permitted). a host of free, family friendly activities in www.aucklandnz.com/diwali.
free to attend. See www.facebook.com/
Ellen Melville Centre.
Competition entrants will get 20 jumbo EllenMelvilleCentre for more information.

Sister Shivani mesmerises the audience with her

magic spell at Bharatiya Mandir
It was a perfect evening set for the the water or any liquid we drink or even
devotees, flocking to the Bharatiya Mandir the thoughts we perceive are not pure, our
to listen to one of the finest orators on minds will never be at peace and we will
spirituality worldwide, Sister Shivani of always be stressed out. For the starters,
Brahma Kumari who came visiting New she explained some very simple ways to
Zealand for the benefit of seekers. Sister make in our daily routines like thinking
Shivani is an internationally renowned always positive even for your adversaries
inspirational speaker and practitioner / and remembering or thinking of the omni
teacher on Raj Yoga Meditation. It was present GOD while even cooking for the
an evening of enlightenment, meditation family or anyone, this simple action can
and life-changing experience with Sister bring slowly but very positive changes in
Shivani as she spoke in her soothing those people and the surroundings around
but very powerful voice, explaining the you. She insisted to give and spread only
audience about how to use some very positive vibes toward every soul to create a
basic and simple techniques to make beautiful world around us.
their day to day life free of any stress and
making it peaceful. An overcrowded Bharatiya Mandir main
hall was the witness of an event which
She said, most problems in our everyday people will talk about and remember for
lives are created by us only, as we turn long time to come.
more towards material gains, and to
achieve those material goals, we are Prior to Sister Shivani’s discourse, the
not even shy to use unfair means to get Raksha Bandhan festival was celebrated
them. Hence all the stress is created as in the same hall in association with Hindu
a by-product of our actions. She says, Organisations, Temples & Association
we become as what we eat, drink or (HOTA), in which several hundred people
whatever we think. So, if the food we eat, participated. The programmes ended with
a sumptuous dinner served by the Mandir.
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Local Stories
Threats of self-harm in calls to
Inland Revenue on downward trend
celebrated with lots of fervour in Auckland
The festival of Janmashtami, the birth day
of Lord Krishna, was celebrated with lot
of fervour, gaiety and enthusiasm all over
Auckland. All the major Hindu temples
like Bharatiya Mandir, ISCON temple,
Radha Krishna Mandir, Sai Mandir, Sri
Ram Mandir, Sri Durga Maata Mandir
etc were decorated with lights, flowers,
balloons to welcome Lord Krishna’s birth.
All the temples across the city were open
till late in the night as the birth of Lord
Krishna is celebrated at mid night.

On Monday 3rd September, Janmashtami

marked the birth anniversary of one of
the most worshiped Hindu gods – Lord Krishna. So, Krishna’s father, Vasudeva,
The number of people threatening self- “Our staff have been encouraged to take Krishna. Celebrated with great fervour took him to Gokul, where he grew up with
harm in phone calls to Inland Revenue a consistent approach to these difficult in India and abroad, it is observed on the foster parents Nanda and Yashoda.
(IR) has trended down consistently over calls that aims to help rather than eighth day of the month of Bhadra, as per
the last three years, says IR’s deputy exacerbate each situation,” she said. According to mythological stories,
the Hindu Calendar.
commissioner, corporate integrity and But a key to avoiding these situations can Krishna overthrew the tyrant King Kansa
assurance, Mary Craig. be for people to engage early with IR so Lord Krishna is believed to be born some later after dodging several assassination
that we can help them avoid getting to 5000 years back, as the eighth incarnation attempts by him.
“There are still too many, but this is
the point of desperation with debt,” Ms of Lord Vishnu. The earliest mention of
an encouraging trend that we hope In one of the paragraphs of the Bhagavad
Craig said. “We can and do help people
continues,” Ms Craig said.In the calendar Lord Krishna can be found in the epic of
resolve difficult situations all the time. Gita, Krishna says that whenever there
year 2016 there were 334 threats of “The most important thing is that they Mahabharata.
is be a predominance of evil and decline
self-harm in calls; down to 306 in 2017; don’t need to lose hope because there are
The eighth son to Devaki and Vasudeva of religion, he will reincarnate to destroy
and 182 to 28 August this year. Of those options we can discuss with them.”
of the Yadava clan, Krishna’s birth was the evil and let the good take over. The
approximately half were reported to Media contact:
not welcomed by his uncle Kansa. Kansa main significance of Janmashtami is
Police. Rowan McArthur 029 8901251
had his reasons – the great sage Narada to promote goodwill as it is to knock
told Kansa that he would die in the hands down evil intentions. Krishna Jayanti

Kickstart beginning for of the eighth child born of Devaki and

Vasudeva. This filled Kansa with anxiety
also celebrates togetherness. The festive
occasion brings people together when

Auckland Premier League

and anger and he made up his mind to kill families and friends join in to celebrate it.

Kiwi- Indian Communities

come forward for
Kerala flood Victims
• Mebin John is collecting funds on behalf of us.
The other Indian Diaspora is chipping
Nearly 400 people have died, and in too. We are offered help by the NZ
thousands remained stranded by the business community as well.” Said
worst flooding in the Indian state of Blessan M Jose, Secretary Auckland
Kerala in a century. More than one Malayali Samajam Inc. “The Auckland
million people have been displaced, Malayali Samajam will be donating
many of them taking shelter in this fund to the Chief Ministers Fund
thousands of relief camps across the as a donation from the New Zealand
state. Kiwi –Indian communities in diaspora but not as any special group or
• Mebin John community in Auckland. This is one of
the City, have been joining hands to
the biggest sports events conducted in initiative.” He added
Fickling Convention Center Three raise funds for the Kerala flood victims.
New Zealand for the community” Said Several other community members
Kings has witnessed the kickstart for Auckland Malayali Sajam, one of the
Praveen Baby, one of the organisers of also came forward to help the state. “
the 5th season of Auckland Premier largest Malayali organisations in New
APL. We are hosting a fundraising dinner
League Cricket league. The auction for Zealand came forward to help the
The overwhelming auction was victims. for this cause with the help of two
the players was held at the convention
presided by Aaron Davis, an expert Kerala restaurants in Auckland, and
centre on 25th of August. The exquisite “We as a community are taking
in the industry. All the eight teams of the proceeds will go to the Disaster
auction has provided an excellent the lead and collecting funds to
this season have started their practice relief fund,” Said Soby Bernard Thomas,
platform for the team owners to choose be channelled to the Kerala Chief
sessions with the team members. APL organiser of the fundraising dinner.
their favourite players. Ministers Disaster Relief Fund. We
2018 is supported by generous business Several groups in the city have
“Auckland Premier league is a popular have created a “ give a little “ page for cancelled their Onam celebrations in
entities such as NZ Mobile mortgages
cricket and football league that has the fund collection. Similar to us, the the town and sent the money to Kerala
and Orbit Remit.
been organised for the Malayali Auckland Central Indian Association CM’s Disaster Relief Fund.
September 4, 2018 | Page 7

Local Stories
Aucklanders pay
Tributes to
• Mebin John the city have gathered at the venue to
pay their respect to their most honoured
Aucklanders paid tribute to former prime leader. The event also gave a chance to
minister of India, Bharat Ratna Atal the participants to pay their tributes in
Bihari Vajpayee on Friday 24th August at writing to their beloved leader in a book
Mahatma Gandhi Centre Eden Terrace. kept at the venue by the Consulate of
Dozens of people from various parts of India. Prayers were also offered in honour of the former Prime minister. party to serve a full five-year term, as a
leader of the Bhartiya Janata Party (BJP).
Various leaders from the community
A Padma Vibhushan awardee, he is also
remembered the former prime minister
a recipient of India's highest civilian
at the event. “With his demise, the nation
honour, the Bharat Ratna, which was
has lost the tallest leader. Filling this void
conferred on him in 2015. He passed away
will be impossible. He left behind a rich
at the age of 93 on August 16, 2018, at
legacy. Former Prime Minister Vajpayee
AIIMS, New Delhi.
was a great poet, a great orator, a great
politician, a great statesman and a great
human being” Said Anil Sharma, from
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CRIMINAL JUSTICE Summit should be for
everyone – not just criminals
This week the Government held its provoked’. He doesn’t think this man’s
Criminal Justice Summit. According to actions warrant him being in custody.
Justice Minister Andrew Little, having a
good mix of experienced experts who also So, while it’s fine for Mr Little and Jacinda
bring valuable cultural context show’s that Ardern to go to the media with the
this Government is smart on crime. agenda that suits them, they don’t want
the victims of crime to have a voice. It’s
The problem is, he hasn’t got the right hypocrisy at its worst, with a dangerous
mix. He’s gathered together a room full agenda behind it.
of people who support his view that we
should soften up our bail, parole and The conference agenda reads like that
sentencing laws to make it easier for of a yoga convention with sessions like
criminals to get out of prison early and ‘individual reflection’ and ‘hope’. Most
harder for them to get sent there in the concerning is that there is no target or
first place. goal for what the conference should
achieve. This means there will be no clear
On top of a group of people who support outcome, just more talk.
his soft on crime view, Mr Little has said action plan. It will now take them another work together to make a difference. If this
that the stories of victims shouldn’t be This is typical of a Government which
year to come up with a plan and then it Government was serious it would get in
told in the media while the summit is has established 150 working groups but
will be time for the election. early and make a real difference and target
happening. He says this is too emotive. He is refusing to listen to anyone it disagrees
funding instead of “spray and walk away”
doesn’t want those who have been burgled, with, the Government has its agenda This has been the Government’s strategy approach it’s using now.
robbed or assaulted to be heard. and that’s to go soft on crime. It wants to on health, education and now law and
reduce the prison population by a third, order. It’s not good enough to do no work When it comes to law and order, this
The problem with that is that both but it doesn’t have a plan to reduce crime for nine years, save everything for next Government is going to soften up our
Andrew Little and the Prime Minister and nothing on the Summit’s agenda election, promise the world and then bail, parole and sentencing laws to make
have done a two-day media blitz talking suggests this is a focus. blame everyone else when they don’t it easier for criminals to get out of prison
about the rights of criminals. Mr Little deliver. early and harder for them to get sent there
used the example of a 21-year-old man Once again, the Government is
in the first place. We will keep advocating
who attacked his ex-girlfriend’s car with outsourcing the work it should have done Our Social Investment approach means for victims and advocating for our social
a sledgehammer. He said the accused in Opposition. It’s taken them a year to that we will support the most at risk New investment approach which will change
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BUSINESS CONFIDENCE - a major cause of concern
The Labour led coalition has been in There is not a single detail, proposal or increase our exports. But they are adding
Government for ten months now, yet it is policy in the Prime Minister’s speech that massive costs on to business, not the least
yet to release its economic development points to increasing our productivity or of which is a 27 per cent increase in the
strategy for New Zealand. growing our per-person income. minimum wage in the next three years.
Everyone wants Kiwis to earn more, but
The previous National government’s It’s not what you say that matters, it’s what an export business only survives if it is
Business Growth Agenda, which outlined you do. internationally competitive.
many well-considered policies to build a
more competitive and productive economy It is a known fact that one way to increase Putting up labour costs with that speed
was scrapped by the Government without productivity is to increase investment. is not going to help increase our exports
a replacement. This government has made it much more – some will manage, others simply won’t.
difficult for foreign investment to come Nor will reduced foreign investment
I have consistently called out this into the country. How’s that going to help? and attacks on oil and gas, dairy, export
Government for using ideology as the sole education – some of our biggest export
measure of delivering public policy for Another way to improve productivity is
earners – help those sectors grow.
New Zealanders. to deliver a skilled and willing workforce.
The Labour led coalition has decided to This government has sown uncertainty,
After nearly every business leader in the spend $2.8 billion on tertiary students, pushed costs on to business and brought
country agreed that business confidence producing no increase in students and in specific anti-growth policies.
is dropping to lowest levels since the no improvement in the quality of the
Global Financial Crisis the Prime Minister institutions. Most businesses in New Zealand are
announced the Labour led coalitions small and they struggle to survive, against
economic plan for New Zealand. It has done away with national standards relentless competition here and overseas.
in the schools and is going to reduce or
They worry about a government coming
The summary is, they have taken growth jettison sanctions designed to encourage
along at putting the minimum wage up 27
out National Party’s Business Growth jobseeker beneficiaries to be drug free and
per cent in three years. They worry about
Agenda and renamed it as Business available to work.
tax uncertainty. They worry about finding
Partnership Agenda.
This government thinks we are the only staff and keeping them.
Saying, as the Prime Minister did, that country in the world, aside from France,
that is so rich that we don’t need to open
Ten months into government we deserve Mr. Kanwaljit S Bakshi
she has empathy for businesses’ desire for
better than a list of good intentions from National List MP based in Manukau East
certainty isn’t enough. Saying you want up new areas of exploration for oil and gas.
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India News
Sitharaman becomes 1st Defence
Minister to visit Balbir Forward Post
President Kovind
Defence Minister
embarks on 3-nation tour
Nirmala President Ram Nath Kovind on
Sitharaman, along Sunday embarked on a three-
with Army Chief nation tour to Europe, spanning
General Bipin over eight days.
Rawat, on Sunday
visited the Balbir The President is being
Forward Post accompanied by Minister
in Jammu and of State for Agriculture and
Kashmir and met Farmers Welfare Parshottam
troops of the 28th Khodabhai Rupala and two
Infantry Division. Members of Parliament Ram
She became the Shakal and Anil Baluni, along
first Defence with several officials.
Minister ever to On the first leg of his journey,
visit the post. President Kovind will be visiting
Sitharaman also Cyprus, where he will hold a
meeting with his counterpart and President Kovind's visit is expected
held discussions to further strengthen the economic ties.
with Jammu Nicos Anastasiades in order to boost
and Kashmir Governor Satya Pal Malik October to December this year. They bilateral ties. From Cyprus, President Kovind will
at the Raj Bhavan in Srinagar. She was also underscored the crucial need for proceed to Bulgaria on September 4,
Furthermore, President Kovind will meet
received by the Governor on her arrival. strengthening and the maintenance where he is scheduled to meet Bulgarian
President of the House of Representatives
The Defence Minister extended her warm of vital road networks and strategic President Radev and Prime Minister
Demetris Syllouris. He will address an
greetings to Malik on his appointment as connectivity in Jammu and Kashmir, Boyko Borissov.
Extraordinary Session of the House of
the state governor, an official statement particularly in the Ladakh region.
Representatives. He will also deliver a On the last leg of the journey, President
read. Malik lauded the Northern Army's lecture at the University of Cyprus and Kovind will visit the Czech Republic from
The two also discussed several important working in total coordination with the address members of the Indian Diaspora September 6 to 9, where he will hold
inter-related issues concerning the civil administration, state police and there. discussion on issues of mutual concern
effective management of internal central armed forces for ensuring safety with Czech President Milos Zeman.
Cyprus is the eighth largest investor in
and external security, particularly in and security of the people.
India with a cumulative investment of President Kovind will also address
the context of increasing attempts at Meanwhile, Director General of Police, over USD 9.2 billion. There have been business representatives from the two
infiltration and the ongoing anti-terrorist Shesh Paul Vaid, also met the Governor regular high-level exchanges between the countries and interact with students at
operations. and briefed him about the internal two countries in the past couple of years, the Charles University.
Sitharaman and Malik also held security situation in the state and about
detailed discussions on the urban local various welfare schemes of the Jammu
and Kashmir Police instituted for its
bodies and panchayat elections, which
will be conducted in the months of personnel. President, Prime Minister condole
Haryana girl becomes first Somnath Chatterjee's death
Somnath Chatterjee, 10 term
MP and former Speaker

MODICARE of the Lok Sabha. He was

an institution. Greatly

respected and admired by all
parliamentarians, across party
lines. My condolences to his
family at this time of grief,"
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Gandhi tweeted.
Kalpana Chawlagovernment
hospital in Karnal on August External Affairs Minister
15, has become the first new- Sushma Swaraj said that
born beneficiary of Prime despite the "ideological
Minister's Ayushman Bharat differences" between her and
Yojana (National Health Chatterjee, they "cherished a
Protection Scheme). very cordial relationship."
Lauding the government President Ram Nath Kovind and Prime Union Home Minister Rajnath
for the scheme, Karishma's Minister Narendra Modi paid their Singh heaped praise for Chatterjee for his
mother Mausami said, tributes to former Lok Sabha Speaker "value based politics."
"'The government will bear Somnath Chatterjee, who passed away in Vice President Venkaiah Naidu said
all medical expenses. This Kolkata on Monday morning. that chatterjee was "n outstanding
scheme is very good." Government of India in February this
President Kovind took to his official Parliamentarian," adding that he "firmly
year. The ambitious healthcare policy stood by the principles he believed in."
Prime Minister Modi, on the occasion Twitter handle to describe Chatterjee's
promises to cover over 10 crore poor
of Independence Day, had announced demise as "a loss for public life in Bengal
and vulnerable families, based on Somnath Chatterjee, who was admitted
that the 'Pradhan Mantri Jan Arogya and India."
SECC (Socio-Economic Caste Census) in a private hospital in Kolkata on August
Abhiyaan' will be launched on September
database, providing coverage up to Rs Prime Minister Modi termed Chatterjee a 10, breathed his last at 8.15 am today.
5 lakh per family per year for secondary "stalwart of Indian politics" on the micro He had a cardiac arrest, according to the
The scheme is the flagship project and tertiary care hospitalisation. blogging site. doctors.
of Ayushman Bharat, the national
Benefits of the scheme are portable Congress president Rahul Gandhi also One of the longest-serving
healthcare policy, launched by the
across the country and the beneficiaries extended his condolences and compared parliamentarians in India, Chatterjee was
government earlier this year.
will be allowed to take cashless benefits Chatterjee to "an institution." suffering from a kidney ailment and was
Ayushman Bharat, also referred to from any public/private empanelled put on ventilator support on Saturday. He
as 'Modicare', was launched by the "I mourn the passing away of Shri suffered a haemorrhagic stroke in July.
hospitals across the country.
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International News
BIMSTEC members call for Nepal: Krishna Temple reopens
seamless connectivity, poverty eradication
3 years after massive earthquake
The member states of the Bay of Bengal establish a working group to deal with
Nepal's famous Krishna
Initiative for Multi-Sectoral Technical information technology">technology and
Temple was on Sunday
and Economic Cooperation (BIMSTEC) communications related matters with
reopened for the public,
have agreed for establishing seamless a view to provide greater access, more
three years after it was
connectivity within the region and affordable and high-speed internet and
closed for reconstruction
committed to work for the eradication of mobile communications to the peoples
following a massive
poverty by 2030. of the region.
earthquake in 2015.
As per the Kathmandu Declaration, In this regard, they also welcomed the
the BIMSTEC countries reiterated their Indian government's offer to host a Serpentine lines and
resolve to establish seamless multi-modal BIMSTEC Ministerial Conclave at the a large mass of people
transportation linkages and smooth, India Mobile Congress 2018 scheduled to gathered in the historic
synchronised and simplified transit be held in New Delhi from October 25-27 Patan Durbar Square
facilities through the development, on the theme "New Digital Horizons: to get into the Krishna
expansion and modernization of Connect, Create, Innovate".. They Temple, which was built in
highways, railways, waterways, sea reaffirmed their strong commitment to the 17th century and had
routes, airways in the region and direct making BIMSTEC a dynamic, effective sustained minor damage
respective authorities to speed up their and result-oriented regional organisation during the calamity.
Durbar Square from the wee hours of
efforts to conclude the BIMSTEC Coastal for promoting a peaceful, prosperous and Rangaman Malla, a devotee, told ANI, Sunday.
Shipping Agreement and the BIMSTEC sustainable Bay of Bengal Region through "We are feeling very happy as we are
Motor Vehicle Agreement as early as meaningful cooperation and deeper now able to worship by entering the Bina Magar, another devotee, said, "For
possible, taking into account the special integration. temple after the destruction caused the last three years, we had to take a
circumstances and needs of the member The BIMSTEC members stressed on by the earthquake in 2015. I am feeling round of temple without entering. But
countries. continued cooperation in conservation, very happy as the reconstruction of the from this year, we can now enter the
The member countries were satisfied management and sustainable use of temple was completed, but still, there are temple. Along with the Krishna Temple,
with the preparation of the draft marine resources in the region, agree to many monuments to be reconstructed I hope that others temple and the
BIMSTEC Master Plan on Transport deepen cooperation in fisheries to ensure and we want it to be expedited and we monuments also would be expedited."
Connectivity and called for its early food security and improve livelihoods hope for its revival." The Krishna Temple, which is
adoption and thanked the Asian of people in our region and task the The temple has been reopened for constructed in Shikhara style (a tower
Development Bank for providing support relevant national agencies to explore the the auspicious occasion of Krishna like conical formation built of stone and
to prepare the Master Plan and task possibility of meaningful collaboration Janmashtami, the birthday of Lord decorated with carvings) and has 21
the BIMSTEC Transport Connectivity to promote sustainable marine fisheries Krishna which is witnessed with religious Gajurs (golden pinnacles) in the temple.
Working Group (BTCWG) to work out and direct the relevant authorities to fervour and enthusiasm. Devotees have The place of worship also has about 10
the modalities for its implementation. explore how the landlocked member been flocking the premises of Patan idols of Lord Vishnu in various forms.
The BIMSTEC countries decided to states can benefit from inland fisheries.

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Price Predictions and Increases, and Overseas Investment Bill
It’s been a whirlwind two weeks as the rapidly expanding suburbs that are
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Core Logic Quarterly Property & of Auckland, especially out south and
Economic Market Review have brought north. Suburbs are popping up and
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of the property market, and the and the recently announced plan by
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Amendment Bill is to come into affect 2700 old state homes with 10,000 new
in the coming weeks. homes in Mangere.
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suggested that the country is making remaining secure.
steady strides to prevent the existing
housing shortfall from getting any
Housing Shortage to Blame for
worse, a high upturn in construction,
Increased Prices in Regions
especially in Auckland, has been cited A shortage of properties is being cited
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• Marriage & Couple Compatibility Taurus (Vrishabha Rashi): 15 May - 15 Jun
• Career Planning (Name Syllable: ee, uu, Ai, O, vaa, vee, vu, ve, vO)
Restricted bond with friends, colleagues and siblings is under reality check. You are sitting on fault
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• Past Life/Karmic Astrology faults in others, avoid arguments, look within and sort out relationship needs sensitively with love and understanding.
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• Money & Finance Matters (Name Syllable: kA, ki, kU, gHa, ṅA, cha, kAE, Ko, hA)
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Libra (Tula Rashi): 17 Oct -16 Nov
(Name Syllable: rA, ri, rU, rAE, rO, ta, tee, tU, tAE)
You may be facing burdens in whatever you do in daily life. You may face some restrictions due to
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(Name Syllable: bhO, jA, jee, khee, khU, khAE, khO, gA, gee)
You are seated on the aggressive fault line created by your own karmic patterns. Stop blaming
others. Your indifferent nature can impact your relationship. To avoid this turbulence, have a
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Aquarius (Kumbha Rashi): 14 Feb - 13 Mar
(Name Syllable: GU, gAE, gO, SA, see, su, sAE, sO, DA)
This is the time for reality check of your ambitions. Need to think and work on it constructively.
You indeed have potential to achieve your goals and may rely on your old trusted friends for help.
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Pisces (Meena Rashi): 14 Mar - 14 Apr
(Name Syllable: di, du, thA, jhA, trA, dAE, dO, chA, chee)
Your karmic patterns are creative trouble in career. Don’t blame others for it. You may be required
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Recipe / Food
Ganga Jamuna Subzi WEEKLY QUIZ
Serves 6
• 1 carrot, sliced into rounds
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Salt and red chilli powder to
taste Chopped fresh coriander India rivers (Ganga and Yamuna) that meet together. The dish Spinach is put once oil is
to garnish was given its name by our Grandfather, Jasbir Singh Gill. separated and lamb is tender.

Put the carrots, Stir in garlic and ginger Mix carrots, cauliflower,
We regret to have missed out the question of 21st August 2018 recipe,
cauliflower and green and cook until soften green beans, courgette,
which we are repeating in this issue.
beans in a pot with some and browned. Add potato and peas through
water and boil until they
soften. Strain and set
turmeric, garam masala,
salt and fenugreek and
cook until you start to
the Tarka until they are
heated through and soft.
Add coriander and stir
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smell the spice aromas. through. Turn heat down
Heat oil in a large pan and stir through cream.
over a low heat. Add Stir through tomato Increase the heat slowly Prayer is talking to God,
cumin seeds and cook and keep cooking until so that the cream does
until you can start to
smell the cumin aroma
you start to see the oil
separating form the
not curdle. Cook until Meditation is listening to God.
cream has combined
coming though. onion and spice mix. Be
sure that you take your
with the dish (about 5 Prayer is communication with God,
Add onions, stirring minuets).
continuously so it
time with this and keep
stirring so that it does Season to taste with
Meditation is communion with God.
doesn’t stick to bottom not stick to the bottom salt and chili powder.
of pan. Cook until of the pan. The mix that Garnish with chopped
almost brown. Guruvanana satsang every 3rd Sunday of the month at Bharatiya Mandir,
you are making is called fresh coriander.
a Traka.
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Americans pay tributes to the man who
could have been US President, twice

mericans, including many former Presidents paid rich tributes to late
Senator and two times Republican Presidential candidate John McCain,
who died last week of brain cancer, he was 81. McCain, who remained a
senator for six terms, was literally prevented from getting elected the President
twice, first by the Republican George W Bush and then by the Democrat The Significance of the Chariot with
candidate Barak Obama, both the former Presidents very generously praised Krishna and Arjuna
and commended McCain for his contribution in American politics and his
role in shaping American policies for the betterment of the country, during his Krishna Janamashtami is observed as the birth day of the 8th Avatar of Lord Vishnu,
on the 8th day of the dark half Hindu month of Shraavana, normally falls between
memorial service.
mid August and mid September, when the Moon is in Rohini Nakshatra. Krishna is
American politics is way different from the politics of rest of the world and is famous for many things, one of the most well known is Bhagavad Gita, which is the
way too different from Indian politics, where even in the death of a politician, conversation between Krishna and Arjuna before the great Battle of Kurukshetra and
is considered as a philosophical and literary classic of all times.
the party in opposition or in power, don’t miss a chance to take political
advantage. But as mentioned earlier, America is quite different from rest of Refer to Geeta Upadesam picture. There is a chariot between the two armies in the
the world and despite any ideological difference, the salutation and accolades battle field of Kurukshetra. Arjuna (passenger) is seated at the back. Lord Krishna
will come even from the staunchest critics to a deserving person, because (charioteer) is driving the chariot. HE is holding the reins, which are controlling
the horses that are leading the chariot. Collectively this composes one full picture
Americans put their national interest first. John was an honourable person
of the chariot. But what does this all signify? This picture is symbolic of our inner
who always detested abuse of power and believed that his opposition is equally instruments to train the mind and senses. Here is a very concise and full of meaning
honest, patriotic and human as him. He graduated from US Naval Academy description:
to join American Navy and rose to the rank of Captain. He fought for America
1. Chariot: Sarira (physical body), the instrument through which the Self, intellect,
during Vietnam war as naval aviation pilot. He pent few years as a war prisoner
mind, and senses operate.
in Vietnam, before returning to his country and joining politics later. If he was
elected in 2008 as US President, he would have been the oldest person to be 2. Charioteer: Atma (Self, sometimes referred as Higher Intellect or Buddhi), leading
the chariot, supposed to be the wise giver of instructions to the mind.
elected for the Oval office in the history of America.
3. Passenger: Jivi (Individual Soul, the embodied Atma), always the neutral witness.
McCain supported Iraq war but was very critical of then Défense Minister
4. Horses: Indriyas (Senses), (eyes-vision, ears-hearing, nose-smell, tongue-taste, skin-
Donald Rumsfeld and the Pentagon for keeping a low troop presence there.
touch), through which we relate to the external world by perception and action.
He similarly supported the 2007 surge of more than 20,000 troops, which
increased security in Iraq. McCain also publicly supported President Bush’s bid 5. Reins: Manas (Mind), through which the senses receive their instructions to act and
for re-election, even though he differed with Bush on several issues including perceive.
torture, pork barrel spending, illegal immigration, a constitutional amendment 6. Roads: The countless objects of the senses in the world and our memory
to ban same-sex marriage and global warming. He also defended the Vietnam 7. Wheels of the Chariot: Right effort
War record of Bush’s opponent, Senator John Kerry, who came under attack
8. Destination: “Perfection” or “Self Realization”
during the campaign. Both in the House and the Senate, McCain earned a
reputation as a conservative politician who nonetheless was not afraid to 9. Kurukshetra Battlefield: Inner battlefield of mind, the only place where one can
question the ruling Republican orthodoxy. In 1983, for example, he called for confront and vanquish the Inner Demons.
the withdrawal of U.S. Marines from Lebanon, and he also publicly criticized 10. Two Armies: Kauravas (Demonic nature) and Pandavas (Divine nature)
the administration’s handling of the Iran-Contra affair. 11. Who's driving your chariot? Mostly we don’t let the charioteer on duty. The reins
(mind) are flapping around freely without the proper inner guidance and not giving
He has worked diligently in support of increased tobacco legislation and
instruction to the horses (senses). Hence, they wander freely down any road they feel
especially the reform of the campaign finance system, professing some more
like in response to their past memories (Chitta). The chariot (body) takes a beating, the
liberal views and generally proving to be more complex than merely a straight- horses (senses) get tired, the reins (mind)) get worn, and the charioteer (Intelligence)
ahead conservative. In July of 2017, McCain was diagnosed with brain cancer, gets lazy. The passenger is completely ignored.
forcing him to step back from his role in the Senate. But he still made a critical
12. Put the charioteer back on the job: Retrain the charioteer (Intelligence) to pick up
and controversial vote in July 2017 to repeal the Affordable Care Act after giving the reins (mind) and start giving some positive direction to the horses (senses). This
an emboldened speech criticizing the Senate health care bill. training is called Sadhana (spiritual practice).
In his death as well, John McCain showed the same resilience which he did all 13. Allow the charioteer to serve the passenger: When the charioteer (Intelligence)
his life by ending his cancer treatment resulting in his demise the following becomes more stabilized in being back on the job, there is an ever increasing
day. America is going to remember one of its brave hearts for a very long time awareness of the fact the entire purpose of the chariot, horses, reins, and charioteer,
are to serve as instruments for the passenger, the true Self.
to come as a law maker par excellence setting a precedence for the future
generations. The Mahabharata is still going on within us, the fight between our demonic and divine
- Yugal Parashar qualities. In this conflict, Krishna (Self, Atma, Higher Intellect) is ever on the side
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Post-study work rights for international students in NZ
• Mr. Michael Wood Employer-assisted post-study work 6 and non-degree Level 7 qualifications.
MP for Mt Roskill, Auckland, NZ rights at all levels will be removed and Students of Graduate Diploma graduates
Parliamentary Under-Secretary to the this will help reduce the risk of migrant who are working towards registration with
Minister for Ethnic Communities exploitation and better protect New a professional or trade body will receive an
Zealand’s international reputation. We additional year
Immigration Minister Iain Lees-Galloway offer quality not quantity and our changes
recently announced some changes to the • Students studying Level 4 to 6 and non-
are introduced to boost New Zealand as
post-study work rights which will not only degree Level 7 qualifications outside of
a preferred destination for international
boost New Zealand’s economy but also Auckland will receive a two year post-
students and to match up positively with
reduce student exploitation and promote study open work visa if their study is
our key comparator nations.
our reginal education offerings. completed by December 2021
International students can be vulnerable
These new immigration settings will At this point, post-study work visa for
for exploitation because of financial for fee-free domestic schooling
better match the skills that people study students of Level 4 to 6 and non-degree
pressures, lack of awareness of
in New Zealand with the skills that Kiwi Level 7 qualifications will be for a one Current settings will be grand-patented,
employment rights, reluctance to report
employers need to grow their businesses. year open work permit and an additional so they will not impact holders of current
exploitation (as there may be immigration
They are also expected to attract year for Graduate diploma graduates who post study work visas or student who are
consequences) and the need to secure
international students studying at higher are working to obtain registration with a undertaking a qualification that once
employment to facilitate pathways to
levels of study and those who undertake professional or trades body’ completed will meet the qualification
residence. Removing the employer-
high quality sub-degree courses that are • Provide a three-year post-study open requirements as set out in current
assisted post-study visa will reduce the
needed in our growing economy. work visa for degree Level 7 or above immigrations.
risk of exploitation.
The new changes provide time-limited qualifications It’s time to put an end to student
Main changes made to the post-
incentives for students to study and exploitation and the growth of low quality
study work rights are: • Require international students studying
work in the regions. This boosts regional Level 8 qualifications to be in an area providers who simply milk the system for
education providers and support the • Remove the employer-assisted post- profit. The government has listened and
specified on the Long Term Skills Shortage
initiatives to lift regional investment and study work visas at all levels acted to help build a system that works
list in order for their partner to be eligible
productivity. These changes will be in • Provide a one year post-study open for an open work visa and in turn for the better for New Zealand and students who
effect from 26 November 2018. work visa for students studying Level 4 to partners dependent children to be eligible come here to study.

Man deported for not telling immigration

A 72-year-old man who failed to tell he told her about the child's paternity in The tribunal said he knew of DNA results Immigration New Zealand of the DNA
immigration officials he had fathered a 2011. before his residence application was analysis results which showed that he
baby by donating sperm has lost a battle finalised, although he did not intend to was genetically related to a child not
against deportation. He returned to see Ms Xu and their child defraud immigration authorities. declared in his application, and of his
nine times between 2008 and 2015 and intention to add [her] to his household
Guogang Tao only named his two they registered their marriage in 2014. "The Tribunal has sympathy for the registration in China.
children with his wife when they applied appellant, an otherwise law-abiding
for residence 12 years ago. It was after their daughter applied person, whose natural wish was and "As a result, the appellant deprived
for residence as his child that he was is to live in New Zealand with his two Immigration New Zealand of the
He told the immigration and protection served with a deportation notice for not New Zealand-based children and their opportunity to undertake a full
tribunal he agreed to donate sperm for a informing Immigration New Zealand he families. assessment of his application and make a
woman, Wanluan Xu, who worked at his had another child. decision based on his real circumstances."
factory in China in 2000, but did not tell "However, the appellant was obliged
his wife. The agency said it would have to inform Immigration New Zealand It upheld his deportation, but removed
investigated his first marriage more if it of any relevant fact or any change of the usual period of prohibition on entry
He and his wife were granted residence had known of the extramarital child. circumstance that might have affected to New Zealand so that he could apply to
in 2007 to join their two children in New the decision on his residence application, visit his family. - RNZ
Zealand and he said they split up after His lawyer argued sperm donors were not
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Aamir Khan's
Here is how
Sunday looks like
Here's the latest
Beat your
Sunday night
blues with

Hindi poster of Bollywood

actor Aamir
Khan's special
Makers of 'The Conjuring' spinoff, 'The
Nun' have released the new Hindi poster
of the film and it will surely send chills Ending his
down your spine. weekend in a
perfect way,
Taking to Twitter, film critic and trade
Aamir took to
analyst Taran Adarsh unveiled the scary
his Instagram
poster, writing, "Here comes the latest
account to
installment in #TheConjuringseries...
share an
Poster of #TheNun... 7 Sept 2018 release in
#English, #Hindi, #Tamil and #Telugu."
picture of wife
Earlier, the teaser of the flick made a Kiran Rao
mark, giving the audience a glimpse of and son Azad On the work front, the multi-talented
what the horror story has in store for Rao Khan, captioning it as "Lazy Sunday". actor will be next seen in the Vijay
lovers of this genre. Well, don't we all love Lazy Sundays? Krishna directorial 'Thugs of Hindostan',
scheduled to release on November 7.
Helmed by Corin Hardy, the film boasts Efficiently balancing his personal and
of an ensemble cast including Demian professional life, Aamir always make sure The star cast of the film also includes
Bichir, Taissa Farmiga, Jonas Bloquet, to spend some quality time with his wife Amitabh Bachchan, Katrina Kaif, and
Charlotte Hope, Ingrid Bisu, Bonnie and children. Fatima Sana Shaikh.
Aarons, and Jonny Coyne.

Tabu unveils new poster of

Audience gives a big thumbs-up to

After garnering praise from critics, the the film and might come back to watch it
unconventional and quirky horror- again," a film-buff told media in Mumbai.
comedy 'Stree' has received a thumbs up
Praising Rao's performance, another
from the audience. The Rajkummar Rao
said, "Awesome! The makers should think
and Shraddha Kapoorstarrer has raked in
of making a 'Stree' sequel and I am sure
Rs. 6.82 crores on day one.
people will love it. The acting of all actors
Film critic and trade analyst Taran was great, especially Rajkummar Rao. The
Adarsh shared the first-day collection movie had the right mix of horror and
of the film saying, "When numbers comedy which will surely make it a hit."
do the talking... #Stree surpasses the
"It was too good along with the songs. The
expectations and estimations and posts
movie was a thrilling entertainer with
a SUPERB number on Day 1... Biz is
superb acting. I would give it a 4 out of 5,"
expected to multiply over the weekend... Bollywood actor Tabu on Monday Oct5th 2018. Trailer out now.
said a viewer.
Fri ? 6.82 cr. India biz... Hugely positive unveiled the new poster of her upcoming
In June, the first poster of the flick had
word of mouth has translated into BO 'Stree' is an interesting mix of horror with film 'AndhaDhun'.
created a buzz in the social media sphere.
numbers." fun and is based on a true phenomenon.
The 'Drishyam' star took to Instagram to It featured a broken pair of goggles as
The story is set in a small town where
The Amar Kaushik directorial is ruling post the poster, where she and her co-star the main object, with other elements like
it is believed that there was a beautiful
over the box office with positive reviews Ayushmann Khurrana can be seen sitting piano, musical notes, cat, revolver, a cup
woman, who left every man awestruck
from movie-goers. opposite each other with their hands tied of tea, a knife, and suitcase.
with her beauty, but only one man loved
to a chair.
"The film is really good with great her truly. Helmed by Sriram Raghavan of 'Johnny
cinematography. Rajkummar Rao has She captioned it in an equally mysterious Gaddaar' fame the film is slated to release
The film also stars actor Pankaj Tripathi
done a tremendous job along with the way and wrote, "Blinded by chaos, bound on October 5.
and was released on August 31.
rest of the actors. I thoroughly enjoyed by fate..On this thrilling ride. In cinemas
September 4, 2018 | Page 23

Here's Ed Sheeran's response
to his marriage rumours
Meghan Markle goes on a secret trip!
Looks like Duchess of Sussex Meghan
Markle knows how to keep her life private
same, to which he simply shrugged.
when needed.
Sheeran was then asked if he would sing
Markle made a secret trip to Toronto sans
at his own wedding and he answered it
husband Prince Harry, to visit her best
with a "no". However, he revealed that he
friend, style consultant Jessica Mulroney.
would prefer a more reserved ceremony.
"I don't like large groups of people at Meghan spent three days holed up at
the best of times, so I never wanted Jessica Mulroney and her husband Ben's
a wedding where there were loads of home in Toronto as reported by a source.
people," Sheeran said. They spent their days catching up,
cooking together and, of course, playing
Later in the show, discussing his
with Jessica's children, who love their
documentary 'songwriter', in which
'Auntie Meg'," added the source.
Seaborn makes an appearance, the
Ed Sheeran has chosen to remain silent 'Perfect' singer said that though it was Mulroney, a fashion stylist who regularly
about all the rumours surrounding his weird at the time to include her in the does segments for the television show
documentary, it was very important for City Line, is one of Markle's closest Earlier, she and her husband had
marriage with fiancee Cherry Seaborn. attended the closing ceremony of the
the project. friends. In May this year, she and her
According to the speculations, the singer husband attended Markle's wedding 2017 Invictus Games at the Air Canada
might already be married. The 'Shape of Ed Sheeran and Cherry Seaborn formally Centre, Toronto, on September 30, 2017,
to Prince Harry, and their children
you' singer in an exclusive interview on announced their engagement with an where Markle and Prince Harry made a
participated as page boys and flower girl.
a show, was asked to comment on the Instagram post in January. joint public appearance.

Eminem Drops New Album ‘Kamikaze’ and teases fans with teaser of 'Venom' song
The rapper targets President Trump, the world in the f—ing face right now.” His uncomfortable winning.” The hard to resist explosive beats and
Grammys and the press on his tenth full- trademark melodic vocals can be heard “Kamikaze” is Eminem’s 10th studio ominous lyrics, "Knock, knock, let the
length release. on the autobiographical track “Stepping album, and can be heard on Apple Music, devil in", aptly matches the dark vibe of
Eminem has dropped the follow-up to Stone,” in which he repeats a chorus that Spotify, Amazon, iTunes and other digital the film.
2017’s “Revival.” The rapper surprise- seemingly reflects on his previous battles providers. Produced by Columbia Pictures and

released his latest album, “Kamikaze,” on with addiction. distributed by Sony Pictures, Venom is
Eminem also has something interesting
Thursday night without any press release Fans will be blown apart as Em’s lined up for all the Marvel fans out there. scheduled to release on October 5, 2018,
or drama.. rapping skills are in top form on “Lucky The American rapper has uploaded a in US theatres with international rollout
He opens the track with a free-flowing You,” where he rhymes: “Coming from 15-second teaser of his song from the commencing the same week.
thought: “I feel like I wanna punch the humble beginnings / I’m somewhat upcoming action-packed film 'Venom'.

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871 New North Rd, Mt Albert
M: 022 444 2259
Cnr Great North Rd & Delta Avenue,
New Lynn. M: 021 139 4484
Mortgage Brokers
871 New North Rd, Mt Albert Cnr Great North Rd & Delta Avenue, FINANCE MATTERS PROFESSIONAL FINANCIAL
356 Rangatira Rd, Beach Haven, 533 Great North Rd, Grey Lynn, M:021 630 722 New Lynn. M: 022 190 5653
SAMEER RAJAN ROBBIE BHULLAR Freephone: 0800 700 600 379 Great South Road,
Auckland. M: 027 293 2204 Auckland. M: 021 678 778 Email: team@financematters.co.nz Papatoetoe, Auckland.
VISHAL JASSAL SOUNDHAR THIRUPPATHI Cnr Dominion Rd & Mt Albert Rd, Cnr Great North Rd & Delta Avenue,
Mt Roskill. M: 021 272 6337 New Lynn. M: 022 190 5653 Manoj Singhal - 021 987 499 • Ravi Mehta - 021 181 0076
356 Rangatira Rd, Beach Haven, 533 Great North Rd, Grey Lynn, manoj@financematters.co.nz E: ravi.mehta@pfsl.co.nz
Auckland. M: 021 025 02920 Auckland. M: 021 686 788 SEJAL PATEL ROBBIE BHULLAR
Cnr Dominion Rd & Mt Albert Rd, Cnr Great North Rd & Delta Avenue, Vins Grover - 027 556 8484 • Rohit Takyar - 021 172 8962
MANJULA RAJSHAKHA RAVI SHARMA vins@financematters.co.nz E: rohit.takyar@pfsl.co.nz
42 Wakelin Rd, Beachlands, Auckland. 24 Cavendish Drive, Manukau, Mt Roskill, Auckland. New Lynn
M: 027 5627 988
ADITYA GUPTA • Ram Vashist - 021 401 535
M: 027 474 1560 Auckland. M: 021 023 96360 M: 022 190 5653
169A Hillsborough Rd, Hillsborough, E: ram@pfsl.co.nz
Cnr Donovan ST & Blockhouse Bay Rd, 24 Cavendish Drive, Manukau. Cnr Dominion Rd & Mt Albert Rd, Cnr Great North Rd & Delta Avenue,
Mo: 021 179 5006, E: gupta@ 41 Central Ave, Papatoetoe, Auckland.
Auckland. M: 021 231 8123 Auckland. M: 027 480 0372 Mt Roskill New Lynn
orientalmortgage.co.nz Mo: 021 027 23666
GOPIKA KAKU ARISHMA KUMAR M: 027 275 8182 M: 0204 080 5616
AZIZ ALI E: priti@guptaloans.co.nz
Cnr Donovan ST & Blockhouse Bay Rd, 2/2 Maki ST, Westgate Shopping Centre, NEER MEHTA AMISH PATEL
53 Central Ave, Papatoetoe, Auckland. RAJA GILL
Auckland. M: 021 030 6692 Massey, Auckland. M: 022 050 3572 Cnr Great North Rd & Delta Avenue, 224 Onehunga Mall, Onehunga
Mo: 021 729 676 P O Box16123, Sandringham,
MONICA BAJAJ KAPIL RANA New Lynn. M: 021 332 324 M: 021 025 06577
E: express_finance@xtra.co.nz Auckland. Mo: 027 667 8424
Cnr Donovan ST & Blockhouse Bay Rd, Cnr Gt South Rd & Kolmar Rd Hunters PARESH PATEL ASH NEGI
BHARAT MISTRY E: gillmortgages@yahoo.com
Auckland. M: 021 268 3963 Cnr, Papatoetoe, Auckland Cnr Great North Rd & Delta Avenue, 224 Onehunga Mall, Onehunga
237A Meola Rd, Point Chevalier, SRIJIT CHAKRAVARTY
NEETA GOMBER M: 021 078 9970 New Lynn. M: 027 500 3000 M: 022 6144 444
Auckland. Mo: 021 993 664 7A Sally Cr, Mt Roskill, Auckland.
Cnr Donovan ST & Blockhouse Bay Rd, NARESH CHANDRA PRASANNA KUMAR ASHOK KUMAR E: bharat@homeloanfs.co.nz Mo: 021 1311862
Auckland. M: 021 100 1256 Cnr Gt South Rd & Kolmar Rd Hunters Cnr Great North Rd & Delta Avenue, 224 Onehunga Mall, Onehunga DALIP CHAND E: srijitc@yahoo.com
RAVI GROVER Cnr, Papatoetoe, Auckland New Lynn. M: 027 578 1652 M: 021 159 5413 376 Great South Rd, Papatoetoe, SUMIT KHATRI
Cnr Donovan ST & Blockhouse Bay Rd, M: 021 032 8608 Auckland. Mo: 021 1805 861 2163 Great North Road, Avondale,
Auckland. M: 021 774 724 NAVJOT SINGH E: dalip@nzinsurance.net.nz Auckland. Mo: 021 052 8792
RAY SHARIAT Cnr Gt South Rd & Kolmar Rd, Hunters FIROZI MISTRY E: sam@eurekafinancial.co.nz
Cnr Donovan ST & Blockhouse Bay Rd, Cnr, Papatoetoe, Auckland M: 022 P O Box 48218, Blockhouse Bay, SREENIVASAN GOPALAN
Auckland. M: 021 275 3334 190 3133 TONY CHAUDHARY BOBBY SAPRA Auckland. Mo: 021 426 658 27 Vermeer Pl, West Harbour,
ZAKI MURUMKAR SHAILENDRA KEWAL 2 Harris Rd, East Tamaki, Auckland 1904 Great North Rd, Avondale, E: firozi@insuresecure.co.nz Auckland. Mo: 021 666 490
Cnr Donovan ST & Blockhouse Bay Rd, Cnr Gt South Rd & Kolmar Rd, Hunters M: 09 273 6666 Auckland. M: 021 501661 GAZANAND BHAI E: gopalan@loanmarket.co.nz
Auckland. M: 027 492 4294 Cnr, Papatoetoe, Auckland DEV CHOUDHURY DILIP PAI 10 Scenic Dr, Manrewa, Auckland. Mo: SRINIVASA KRISHNAN
GURBIR SODHI M: 021 919 133 29 Northcroft St, Takapuna, Auckland. 320 Remuera Rd, Remuera, Auckland. 021 324 566 P O Box 51812, Pakuranga, Auckland.
1/345 Chapel Rd, Dannemora, AMIT GUPTA M: 09 489 0999 M: 021 1863498 E: gaza@mortgagesupply.co.nz Mo: 027 44 77 464
Auckland. M: 027 552 7626 2A/507 Great South Rd, Otahuhu, ASH JOGIA EKTA SHEE GLOBAL FINANCE E: skrishnan@ww.co.nz
JITENDER SETIA Auckland. M: 027 424 2017 2 Harris Rd, East Tamaki, Auckland Buil 6, 15 Accent Dr ,East Tamaki, 19/203 Kirkbride Rd, Mangere, SQUIRREL MORTGAGE
1/345 Chapel Rd, Dannemora, AVTAR SINGH M: 029 273 6666” Auckland. M: 021 0830 8170 Auckland. Mo: 021 567 222 Level 1, 3/53 Cavendish Drive,
Auckland. M: 021 587 585 176 Great South Rd, Manurewa JANAK DARJI MEGHAN SHELKE E: ajay@globalfinance.co.nz Manukau, Auckland ( Indian Team)
NAVEN PILLAY Auckland. M: 021 459 664 2 Harris Rd, East Tamaki, Auckland 1904 Great North Rd, Avondale, KAUSHIK GORASIA 0800 212 223
1/345 Chapel Rd, Dannemora, BABU GEORGE M: 029 273 6666 Auckland. M: 021 308 720 153B Bucklands Beach Rd, Bucklands SYED AHMAD
Auckland. M: 027 655 6675 176 Great South Rd, Manurewa. M: PIYUSH KUMAR MUNISH SETH Beach, Auckland. Level 1, 586 Great South Rd, Ellerslie.
ALTAF ANTHONY 021 185 1369 292 Great South Rd, Takanini, Buil 6, 15 Accent Dr, East Tamaki Mo: 021 322 256 Auckland.
200 West Coast Rd, Glen Eden, GURPREET SINGH HAYER Auckland. M: 029 298 2525 M: 021 686 474 E: kaushik@life-n-loans.co.nz Mo: 022 042 2442
Auckland. M: 022 323 4142 176 Great South Rd, Manurewa. M: NEW LYNN: 3101-3103 GREAT LALIT BAJAJ E: syed.ahsanahmad@gmail.com
ARUN SHARMA 021 022 55576 11 Rangitata Pl, Lynfield, Auckland. VIJAY GUPTA
NORTH RD Mo: 021 882 396 greenlinefs@gmail.com 620 Manukau Rd, Epsom, Auckland.
200 West Coast Rd, Glen Eden, AMAN TAYLOR
Auckland. M: 0204 700 044 176 Great South Rd, Manurewa. M: MAHESH MARU Mo: 021 634 574
145 Great South Rd, Papatoetoe,
DIMPLE PATEL 021 045 9116 ASHOK SHETTY 127 May Road, Mt Roskill, Auckland. E: vijay.gupta@futureprooffinancials.co.nz
Auckland. Mo: 021 026 66959
200 West Coast Rd, Glen Eden, JAGPAL KHOSA M: 021 743889 Mo: 021 244 6278
Auckland. M: 027 331 1122 176 Great South Rd, Manurewa. M:
E: info@tulipfinance.co.nz YELLOW ROOSTER
145 Great South Rd, Papatoetoe, GAURAV SATIJA MORTGAGES
Auckland. Mo: 021 211 0165 M: 021 233 9733
1 Te Atatu Rd, Glendene, Auckland RAJIV KUMAR PO Box 23118, Hunters Corner,
Papatoetoe, Auckland. Mo: 021
Mobile: (021) 831 968
M: 027 372 6570 176 Great South Rd, Manurewa. M: 145 Great South Rd, Papatoetoe, JESSE SINGH
373 997, E: praveenchand@ Fax: (09) 925 2030
HETAL BHAGAT 021 712 912 Auckland. Mo: 021 298 2963 M: 021 766 099
1 Te Atatu Rd, Glendene, Auckland ROHIT SHARMA affinityfinance.co.nz E: sandeep@yellowrooster.co.nz
M: 021 052 8272 176 Great South Rd, Manurewa. M: www.yellowrooster.co.nz
145,Great south Rd, Papatoetoe M: 021 049 1585
DAVE SINGH 021 171 2760 Mo: 0223424450
436 Glenfield Rd, Glenfield, Auckland SAM SINGH
M: 022 015 4241 176 Great South Rd, Manurewa. M: Auckland Car Yards
AJAY LAMBA 021 971 191 Rosemin T Sam Mandhir Bahl
M: 021 050 7529 90J Whitford Rd, Howick Mobile: +64 212037524 Mobile: +64 27 535 7614 1/3003 Great North Road, New Lynn, 1 Cunard Street, New Lynn, Auckland.
RON MAMAN M: 021 2372 844 E: roseminsam@gmail.com E: mandhir.bahl@harcourts.co.nz Auckland. Ph: 0800 237 833 Ph: 09 827 8787
255A Great South Rd, Greenlane, MANAN PATEL
Auckland. M: 027 534 8360 177 Millwater Parkway, Millwater. M:
271 Botany Rd, Botany Downs, 2 Portage Road, New Lynn, Auckland.
021 025 01671 N
O Auckland. Ph: 0800 223 370 Ph: 0800 080 130
U 31-33 Neilson Street, Onehunga, 8c Stoddard Place, Mt Roskill,
A Auckland. Ph: 09 636 5087 Auckland. Ph: 09 620 6663
717 Great South Road, Papatoetoe, 196 Great South Road, Takanini
Thinking about Auckland, Ph: 09 259 4004 Ph: 09 394 7160

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Indian Restaurants
NAMASTE - Indian Restaurant & Bar
591-595 Sandringham Rd, Sandringham, 23 Eric Baker Pl, Papatoetoe, 29 Chartwell Avenue, Glenfield
LITTLE INDIA Auckland. Ph: 09 845 1144
451 Mount Eden Rd, Mount Eden, Auckland
Auckland 2025. Ph: 09-250 4474 Auckland. Ph: 09 440 9944
Celestion Waldorf Apartments, 1024. Ph: 09 630 7306
BAWARCHI 905 Dominion Rd, Mount Roskill, Auckland
19-23 Anzac Avenue, Auckland. Ground Floor, LG House, 60 Highbrook Drive, INDIAN LOUNGE
519-523 Sandringham Rd, Sandringham, 1041. Ph: 09-620 0707
Ph: 09 366 0711 East Tamaki, Auckland 510 Mount Eden Rd, Mount Eden,
Auckland. Ph: 09 845 5525 DOSA PLAZA
142 West Coast Rd, Glen Eden Ph: 09 265 0158 Auckland 1024. Ph: 09-630 6656
TIFFIN Unit 5, 875 Dominion Road, Mount Roskill,
Auckland. Ph: 09 818 2526 604 Great South Rd, Ellerslie.
598 New North Rd, Kingsland, Auckland. Ph: Auckland 1041. Ph: 09-629 6290
Ph: 0508 626 278 RAS VATIKA - Indian Vegetarian Cafe
09 815 8080 NEW DELHI
INDIA GATE BOLLIWOOD 596 Dominion Rd, Balmoral
SATYA SPICE AND CHAI SHOP 13 Mount Smart Rd, Royal Oak, Auckland.
380 Manukau Rd, Epsom, Auckland. 26 Uxbridge Rd, Howick, Auckland. Auckland. Ph: 09-623 2145
515a Sandringham Rd, Sandringham, Ph: 09-624 1212
Ph: 09 6310047 Ph: 09-537 0444 ROOPS VEGETARIAN
Auckland. Ph: 09 845 8451 EXOTIC RESTAURANT
BIKANERVALA 110 Ponsonby Rd, Grey Lynn, Auckland. Shop 6, 489 Richardson Road, Mt Roskill,
SHAHI 245 Mount Albert Rd, Sandringham, Auckland.
214 Universal Dr, Henderson, Auckland. Ph: 09-376 6477 Auckland. Ph; 09 6264459
26 Jervois Rd, Herne Bay, Auckland. Ph: 09 620 5786
Ph: 09 835 3565 / 027 567 4644 17 Huron St, Takapuna, Auckland. EGGS & MORE
Ph: 09 378 8896 RAJA’S - Indian Restaurant & Bar
Mt Roskill - 2 White Swan Rd, Mt Roskill, Ph: 09-489 9911
610 Remuera Rd, Remuera, Auckland. 572 Sandringham Road, Sandringham,
Auckland. Ph: 09 627 6400 CHARMINAR 9/309 Botany Rd, Golflands, Auckland.
Ph: 09 523 5496 Auckland, Ph: 09 845 5500
Auckland CBD - Queens Court, Shop 19, 14 Ponsonby Rd, Grey Lynn, Auckland. Ph: 09 272 3991
368 Queen St, Auckland. Ph: 09 222 2892 Ph: 09-378 4478 ZAM ZAM - Indo-Mughlai Restaurant
5 Fort Lane, Auckland CBD. 7/5/53 Cavandish Drive, Manukau, Auckland,
SHOR-BAZAAR AROMA INDIAN CUISINE 54 Stoddard Rd, Mount Roskill, Auckland.
Ph: 09 379 9702 Ph: 09 2636300
574 Hillsborough Rd, Lynfield, Auckland 1041. 1st Floor, Rialto Centre Foodcourt, Ph: 09-620 1122
SAHANA - South Indian Restaurant MUMBAI CHAAT
Ph: 09 627 2007 153/185 Broadway, Newmarket, SAGE INDIAN RESTAURANT
305 Remuera Rd, Remuera, Auckland. 1A Kitchener Road, Sandringham, Auckland,
OH CALCUTTA Auckland 1023. Ph: 09-529 4418 1228 Great North Rd, Point Chevalier, Auckland.
Ph: 09 5246810 Ph: 09 8469393
149-151 Parnell Rd, Parnell, Auckland. INDIAN SAPPHIRE RESTAURANT & BAR Ph: 09-846 9091
Ph: 09 377 9090 9 Aviemore Drive, Highland Park, Akl 1020 RED FORT INDIAN RESTAURANT
93 Dundale Avenue, New Windsor, Auckland. 56 Lincoln Road, Henderson.
RAVIZ Ph: 09 537 5788 8 Greenhithe Rd, Greenhithe, Auckland.
Ph: 09 6270190 FLAVOURS OF INDIA
61A Hobson St, Auckland 1010 I VILLAGE - Indian Kitchen & Bar Ph: 09-413 5333
iCURRY INDIAN RESTAURANT 9/25 Anzac Road, Browns Bay, 0630 Auckland,
Ph: 09 309 8800 210-218 Victoria St W, Auckland 1010 GRILL & SHAKES
6/175 Millwater Parkway, Silverdale, Auckland. 09-478 7773
Botany Junction, 42A/277 Te Irirangi Drive, Ph: 09-309 4009 473 New North Rd, Kingsland, Auckland 1021.
Ph: 09 9297505 ‘D’ GRAND HAVELI
Flat Bush. Ph: 09 272 3900 RAJA’S - Indian Restaurant & Bar Ph: 09-849 2794
EVEREST DINE 736 Great South Road, Manukau, Auckland.
4/46 Broadway, Papakura, Manukau 9/309 Botany Rd, Golflands, Auckland. DELHI HEIGHTS - Restaurant & Bar
279 Parnell Rd, Parnell, Auckland. Ph: 09 623445, 09 3090309
Ph: 09 296 1200 Ph: 09 272 3991 44 Fortunes Rd, Half Moon Bay, Auckland 2013.
Ph: 09 303 2468
Ph: 09-576 7176
Auckland - 515-517 Sandringham Rd, EMPRESS OF INDIA 6/1 Greenwich Way, Unsworth Heights, 21B Wellesley Street West, Auckland CBD,
Sandringham, Auckland. Ph:09 8458451 2 Surrey Crescent, Grey Lynn, Auckland 0632. Ph: 09-444 0004 Auckland. Ph: 09 877 861
120 Main Hwy, Ellerslie, Auckland.
57 Mt Eden, Mt Eden, Auckland 1024. Auckland. Ph: 09 378 8780 217, Hinemoa Street, Birkenhead, Auckland Ph: 09-579 5700
Ph: 09 5511000
17 Great North Rd, Ponsonby, Auckland.
Ph: 09 3613612
17/792 Great South Rd, Manukau,
Auckland. Ph: 09 262 2009
0626. Ph: 09-480 2592
THE CHEF - Indian restaurant & Bar
1 Manukau Rd, Epsom, Auckland 1023
11/15 Karepiro Drive, Stanmore Bay,
3, 583 Manukau rd, Epsom.
DOSA PLAZA 09-520 1314 Whangaparaoa. Ph: 09 424 3400
SAFFRON 14B Botany Junction, 277 Te Irirangi Drive, MEHFIL - Indian Restaurant & Bar Ph: 09 625 0202
31 Ponsonby Rd, Ponsonby, Auckland Flat Bush, Auckland 2016 97 Tamaki Dr, Mission Bay, Auckland 1071. DHABA ON HIGHWAY

Ph: 09 378 2122 FOOD ALLEY Ph: 09-578 1111 Mercer Service Center,Near Mc Donald’s,
57M Cavendish Drive, Manukau, 9 Albert St, Auckland. INDIAN GRILL - Bar & restaurant Mercer, Ph: 09-233 6010
Auckland. Ph: 09 263 9999
SHUBH - Restaurant & takeaway
Pakuranga Heights, Auckland.
Ph: 09-535 9009 159 Great South Rd, Manurewa, Auckland. South Indian Restaurant
KATI-GRILL-RESTAURANT 520-524 Sandringham Rd, Sandringham, INDIAN ACCENT RESTAURANT Ph: 09 267 5202 754 Manukau Rd,
146 Karangahape Rd, Auckland CBD, Auckland Auckland. Ph: 0800 030 686 71 Lunn Ave, Mount Wellington, 685 Sandringham Rd, Sandringham, Auckland. Royal Oak, Auckland.
150 Mount Smart Rd, Onehunga,
1010. Ph: 09 3025 284
Auckland. Ph: 09 636 5958
Auckland 1072. Ph: 09-570 4410 Ph: 09 620 0117 Ph: 0 624 5859

Accountants Lawyers/ Plumbers & Electricians

27A Staveley Ave, Mt Roskill AND TAX ADVISORS REDDY TAXATION SERVICES Raj Pradeep Singh & Ashima singh Unit A 136 Captain Springs Rd, 15 Maioro Street New Windsor
Ph: 021 226 6474 116 B ,Cavendish Dr, Manukau, 459, Richardson Rd, Mt. Roskill, 31 East Tamaki Road, Level Onehunga, Auckland. Auckland. Ph: 0274823703
Email: gigesh@palaca.co.nz Auckland. Ph: 09 263 0000 Auckland. Ph: 09 627 8627 1,Papatoetoe, Auckland. Ph. 09 636 9204 HALL ELECTRICAL SERVICES
ABC BUSINESS SOLUTIONS E: info@macroaccounting.co.nz E: reddytaxation@xtra.co.nz Ph: 09 279 9439. Fax: 09 279 9419
ARROW PLUMBING 102 Newton Road, Eden Terrace
Unit 10, St Lukes Business Park 42 Neilpark Drive East Tamaki Auckland. Ph: 09 379 9198
Papatoetoe. Ph: 09 279 1234 844 Dominion Rd, Mt Eden 665D Great South Rd, Penrose, Auckland. Ph. 0800420 220 JENCO ELECTRICALS
49 Sainsbury Road, Mt Albert
E: taxconsult@xtra.co.nz Ph: 09 6272600 Auckland. Ph: 09 217 3429 Auckland. Ph 09 8159888 WATER WRITE PLUMBING & GAS C6/8 Henry Rose Pl, Albany
D’MELLO CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS E: info@menon.co.nz E: info@srat.co.nz NAND PATEL FITTING Auckland. Ph: 0800 4 Jenco
27 Great South Rd, Epsom MURRAY SHARMA & ASSOCIATES R & V TAXATION Level 2, 101 Station Road, Penrose, 49B Station Road, Penrose, Auckland. Ph: 09-414 5263
Ph: 09 6345885 5 Rata St, New Lynn, Auckland. 12 Amokura Ave, Takanini, Auckland. Auckland. Ph: 09 522 2757
E: joel@ddmello.co.nz Ph: 09 827 6872 Ph: 021 027 29333 Ph: 0800 426 444 BM ELECTRICAL
PROFESSIONAL TAXATION LIMITED E: info@murraysharma.co.nz E: krishron007@gmail.com 1484c Dominion Road, Auckland. MR PLUMBER Unit 9/251 Lincoln Rd, Henderson,
Praneel Singh, CA 0211555382 NAVIN HIRA & CO TAS NZ Ph: 09 623 8277 P O Box 112305, Penrose West Auckland. Ph: 09 835 1112
Surya Phutane, CA 0212020331 185 Marua Rd, Ellerslie, Auckland 48b Arundel St, Mount Roskill, AVONDALE LAW Auckland. Ph: 0800 800 202 Moe: 027 835 7370
Ameesha Sachdev 0275405748 Ph:09 579 9306 Ph:021 145 5708 E: taxnz@yahoo.com Level 1, 1660 Great North Rd, COLLINS PLUMBING & DRAINAGE GOOD ELECTRICAL
Avondale, Auckland. LTD PO Box 104213, Lincoln North,
Ph: 09 820 8635
620, Manukau Rd, Epsom, Auckland. 1c 155, Stoddard Rd, Mt Roskill, 208 Great South Rd, Papatoetoe, 23 he Concourse, Henderson, Auckland. Ph: 027 498 4762
Ph: 09 625 0035 Auckland. Ph:09 629 4222 Ph: 021 141 9112 E: vijay@taxexperts.co.nz Dingwall Building, Suite 606, Level 6, Auckland. Ph: (0800) 888 007 GRAMMAR ELECTRICAL
87-93 Queen Street, Auckland. PLUMB QUICK 14d Haultain Street, Mount Eden,
Ph: 09-550 4460 3/3 Tait Place, Albany. Auckland. Ph: 0508 443 247
Immigration Consultants GURBRINDER AULAKH Ph: 0508 758 643 FRENCH ELECTRICAL LTD
AIMS - Global Immigration & JACK IMMIGRATION CONSULTANTS SARFRAZ (SAIF) SHAIKH Level 8, West Plaza Building 3
16 Vernon Street, Papakura Auckland. Ph: (09) 274 8082
Education Services 124 Church St, Otahuhu, Auckland. IMMIGRATION ADVICE Albert street, Auckland.
107c Great South Rd, Epsom, Ph: 09 276 5050 Level 1, 166 Harris Rd. Ph: 09-320 4976 Auckland. Ph 09 263 7621 CITYWIDE ELECTRICAL
Auckland. Ph: 09-919 1930 IMMIGRATION LAWYERS East Tamaki. Auckland. VARMA LEGAL, BARRISTER & SOLICITOR CRAIG PLUMBING Unit 1D, 89 Ellice Road,
ANTEES JOSEPH, LAWYER Level 1, 236 Dominion Rd, Mount Ph: 09-272 4424 17A Linden St, Mount Roskill, PO Box 64467 Botany 2163 Auckland. T: 09 444 5300
Dingwall Building, Suite 606, Eden, Auckland. Ph: 09-623 2402 IMMIGRATION LAW EXPERTS Auckland. Ph: 09 627 2660 Ph: 027 496 2118 LECK ELECTRICAL
Level 6, 87-93 Queen Street, IMMIGRATION ADVISERS 3/376 Great South Rd, Papatoetoe, DJR PLUMBING & GAS FITTING 42A Liverpool St. Epsom, Auckland.
Auckland. 48-52 Wyndham St, Cathedral House, Auckland Building Ph: 021 279 0000 Ph: 0800 004 306
Ph: 09-550 4460 Level 2, Auckland CBD, Auckland. Ph: Ph: 027 277 7330 Inspections OSBORNE PLUMBING AB ELECTRICAL
ARUNJEEV SINGH BARRISTER 09 379 0219 IMMIGRATION ADVISERS PARRY BUILDING INSPECTION 5/1 Porters Avenue, Eden Terrace. 753 Beach Road Browns Bay,
119 Kolmar Rd, Papatoetoe, NEW ZEALAND IMMIGRATION LAW AUTHORITY NZ LTD Ph: 09-376 1635 Auckland. Ph: 0800 688 244
Auckland. Ph: 09-296 9181 1 Saunders Pl, Avondale, Auckland. 52 Symonds St, Grafton, Prasad Dharmadhikari
For Building Inspections
BARRISTERS & SOLICITORS JAG LAL IMMIGRATION LAWYER GOLIAN CONSULTANTS Residential & Commercial Seabrook Avenue, New Lynn Suite 1, 9 Rothwell Ave, Rosedale
1/2 Owens Rd, Epsom, Auckland. 9 Remuera Rd, Newmarket, Auckland. 3 Campbell Rd, Royal Oak, PH 0272296861 Ph: 022 418 6133 Auckland. North Harbour
Ph: 09 623 3344 Ph: 09 522 2407 Auckland. Ph: 09-624 1204 prasad.creativehomes@gmail.com Ph: 09 415 2074
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Suvitra, Sujata, Gagan Tamanha, Tamara and friend Avisha

Time to put on your

dancing shoes.. Page 3
celebrates its one year
bash at Glass Goose. Just
to let you know Indian
News will be shooting
pictures of the red carpet
arrivals. The pictures will
be posted on the Indian
News FB Page and a good
selection will be in the
newspaper both print and
website. So if you want
your pictures taken don’t
leave it too late....
Prerna Prem, Rekha

Rekha, Shravi, Disha

Meeta, Avisha, Bhavisha

September 4, 2018 | Page 27

al,Vikash, Nivikesh Jenin, Rayan Melody, Ankita

Anupam, Disha Abby, friend, Money, Noy,Vish, Kunal, Prerna

Tamanha,Tamara and friend Prem, Anupam, Rekha, Shravanthi, Disha

Anshoo,Vikaash Avisheel, Shivani Money Singh, Abbey Singh

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WOMEN Caring for Women

At the last census results in 2013, the
Punjabi ethnic group in New Zealand
There is also a room for men to hang out.

Baljit said all migrants are welcome and

comprised just 324 people. Back then,
about 72% of Punjabi were born overseas, you don’t have to be Punjabi.
compared with just 27% born in New “Any lady who is feeling lonely or sitting at
Zealand. It’s likely both figures have risen home depressed with nowhere to go they
since then. can come here. If they don’t want to do
Baljit said people travel to Papatoetoe activities, they can come here and chat,”
from all over Auckland each week to take she said.
part in the wide range of free activities on Smita Biswas works for the Auckland
offer. Council. She met Baljit at a workshop
She applies for funding from various and heard about her work and wanted to
sources, including the Community collate Punjabi women’s stories into an
Baljit Dheil (second from left) Abha Khanna (third from left) and Soni Dheil (third from right) exhibition and record their oral histories.
have been celebrating their culture with other women. Gaming Trusts. She said she’s lucky she
A Punjabi mother’s determination to “At one stage I was depressed as well." has been granted funding every year. “This is a project to document diverse
overcome her depression leads to her “We teach basic English. And then we communities of Auckland,” said Biswas.
helping other migrant women. "I have suffered it, and that is how I know
exactly how people feel when they are have got the computer classes here and “We capture it from these people who
Born in India, Baljit Dheil migrated to depressed,” said Baljit. “There is only so teach them how to do Facebook, Skype don’t normally engage with council or
New Zealand in 2008 and at first she much TV one can watch every day.” and we teach email and Microsoft Word. with public libraries.”
struggled to be happy here. She was Just the basic stuff."
lonely, depressed and soon noticed many “Only now because of all the work I have “The women out here are able to regain
been doing I am fantastic and completely Fitness instructor Soni Dheil runs health their identity in Punjabi culture and their
other migrants were having problems and nutrition sessions and interestingly
adjusting to their new lives. fine and others can be good as well." ladies night showcased that.”
she tells the women what to wear when
they work out. The exhibition, part of the Auckland
Stories project, is now on permanent
In Indian culture, Punjabi women do not display at the Trust, telling the stories of
wear togs or bikinis. 14 women.

She said they often struggled just to Fluent in Punjabi, English, and Hindi,
do everyday tasks such as banking, or Baljit started the Woman Care Trust
catching public transport. Many had in Papatoetoe as a place to help other
never even heard of a public library. Punjabi migrants for free.
Almost all suffered from a sense of “Many said to me, the ladies won’t come. “They said we are not wearing this or “I loved Baljit’s story. And then there were
isolation. They only go to the Temple and their showing any leg,” said Soni. other ladies, most of whom they said
Also missing friends and family back home.” “You can wear long leggings or half how it helped their depression and their
home in India, Baljit turned her focus to leggings and long top, a swimming top alone-ness.
But the numbers grew and now she has a
helping other migrants in her community. handful of staff helping out. instead.” "Everywhere there was this common
Armed with a commerce degree from There were just a few women at first, but thread about how the Woman Care Trust
“It started in 2014 with just one other made such a difference to their lives."
India, she set up a bank franchise in woman, someone who wanted to learn now 30 women want to attend the pool
Botany when she first got to Auckland English. Soon that grew to 10 learning session every week. The exhibition launched in July at Ladies
that was lucrative and successful. English, then 100, and now (I'm helping) Cultural Night at the Manukau Event
Other activities include a play group for
But with having kids, she had to sell it. 600 Punjabi migrants connect with each young mums, soccer for young people Centre in South Auckland. People came
other, outside the temple or home.” once a week, and traditional folk dancing. from all over New Zealand.

Soni Dheil runs fitness classes, like yoga. Older women work out together.
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There was dancing, cultural items, Baljit says she’s lucky to have found now,” she said.
stalls, food, and everyone wore her true calling in life because she’s
traditional dress. really happy now. The Woman Care Trust is a safe
space for any migrant who might be
“Once a year we do this ladies culture “These ladies love it and give me so struggling.
night. We weren’t expecting that much blessing. Before they were just
many ladies last month - 2800 in fact sitting at home and depressed. I had “So now when they go home, they
- to turn up so some ladies had to feedback from some of their doctors seem very happy, which is great,
wait outside. But we got them all in that they are no longer depressed because right now is the time to live
eventually. It was a great night.” as they are doing all these activities life to its fullest, right here in New
Traditional Gidha dance classes keep the culture alive Zealand.”

Other activities include a play group for young mums. The English classes have grown with popularity in the community.

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4th Test: India suffer 60-
run defeat against England,
lose series third time in a row
India finishes at 8th position with highest ever medal India was handed its
third consecutive series
haul: Indian men's hockey team bag bronze medal defeat in England as it was
India’s final tally at the 18th Asian Games The Indian men's hockey team beat bowled out for 184 runs
in Jakarta and Palembang, Indonesia Pakistan by 2-1 to clinch a bronze medal in the fourth Test match
read 69 medals – 15 gold, 24 silver and at the ongoing Asian Games on Saturday. at the Ageas Bowl cricket
30 bronze to surpass the medal count ground, giving the hosts
It was India's 69th medal at the games.
from 2010 Games in Guangzhou, China an unassailable 3-1 lead in
Akashdeep Singh (3rd minute) and the five-match series.
and match the gold medal tally from
Harmanpreet Singh (50th minute) scored
the first-ever Asian Games in 1951. The The day's play started
for India, while Muhammad Atiq scored
games saw India create new national with England's score at
the lone goal for Pakistan in the 52nd
records, register some firsts – first medal 260 for the loss of eight
in sepaktakraw, Rahi Sarnobat became wickets, with 20-year-
first Indian woman to win Asian Games Defending champions India had a
old Sam Curran and
gold in shooting and Vinesh Phogat stellar campaign in the tournament so
Stuart Broad helping
became first Indian woman to win gold far except a surprising defeat against
England add another
in wrestling. The Games got underway Malaysia in the semi-finals.
11 runs. Mohammed
with Neeraj Chopra as the flag bearer The men's hockey team had put out a Alastair Cook at short leg an easy catch
Shami dismissed Broad and a run out
at the opening ceremony, Ravi Kumar/ brilliant show in the pool stages of the to end Kohli's 58-run knock.
accounted for Curran's dismissal, setting
Apurvi Chandela winning the first medal, tournament as they scored 76 goals in up a challenging target of 245 for the Ali, who was named the man of the
India men’s hockey team the last and just five matches to script a world record. visitors to keep the series alive. match, send Rahane (51), Rishab Pant
culminates on September 2 with Rani India defeated Indonesia (17-0), Hong (18) and Shami (8) packing while Ben
Rampal as the flag bearer at the closing Kong (26-0), Japan (8-0), Korea (5-3) and The Indian innings started with the
Stokes dismissed Hardik Pandya (0) and
ceremony. Sri Lanka (20-0) to top the group. prevalent theme of disappointment for
Ishant Sharma (0) before the innings
the openers as James Anderson and
was wrapped up by Curran as he trapped
Jinson Johnson, Arpinder Singh Broad got England off to the perfect start.
K. L. Rahul (0 from 7) was sent back to
Ashwin (25) LBW.
The series defeat also marked the first
back from Asian Games with gold the pavilion with Broad knocking over his
stumps, and Cheteshwar Pujara (5 from
instance where Kohli lost back-to-back
Test series as captain since he took over
14), the star of India's first innings who
the role from M. S. Dhoni in 2014, after
scored an unbeaten 132 runs, quickly
the 2-1 defeat in South Africa in January.
followed him after Anderson trapped him
LBW. The fifth and final Test match will be
played on September 7 at the Oval cricket
However, Moeen Ali, the pick of the
ground in London.
bowlers with a combined nine wickets
to his name in the two innings, broke the India's next series will see them travel to
partnership as he send the formidable Australia in November for a three-match
Indian captain back to the pavilion. T-20I series, a four-match test series and
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