Articles tagged under: New Zealand

Days after India’s decision to stay away from RCEP, New Zealand Minister visits Amul plants, sees collaboration opportunity in dairy sector

November 07, 2019
Days after India’s decision to stay away from RCEP, New Zealand Minister visits Amul plants, sees collaboration opportunity in dairy sector

Gandhinagar/Anand: New Zealand Minister of State for Trade and Export Growth, and Minister of Agriculture, Biosecurity, Food Safety, and Rural Communities, Damien O’Connor today visited plants of brand Amul in Gujarat and later said that there was a great opportunity for his country, a leading milk producer in the world, to collaborate with the dairy Industry in India. O'Coronor's visit to Amul has happened days after India refused to join the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnersh...Read More

3 Gujaratis among 5 PIOs confirmed dead in New Zealand shootings

March 17, 2019
3 Gujaratis among 5 PIOs confirmed dead in New Zealand shootings

Gandhinagar: The Indian High Commission in New Zealand has confirmed the death of five Persons of India Origin including three Gujaratis in the deadly terror attack on two mosques in Christchurch that in all had left at least 49 dead and more than 40 injured. In a tweet the High Commission said that Mehboob Khokhar (aged around 64 and resident of Juhapura in Ahmedabad city), Asif Vora (58) and his son Ramiz (28) (both residents of Memon Colony in Vadodara) have died. The ot...Read More

3 NRGs among total 7 NRI’s missing after terror attack on New Zealand mosques: NRGF

March 16, 2019
3 NRGs among total 7 NRI’s missing after terror attack on New Zealand mosques: NRGF

Gandhinagar: Non Resident Gujarati Foundation (NRGF) of Gujarat government today said that only 3 NRGs were missing after the terror attack on two mosques in Christchurch city of New Zealand yesterday. Mamlatdar Utsavbhai Bhatt said that as per the official information received from the Indian High Commission in New Zealand, a total of 7 NRI's were in the missing list of which 3 were NRG's. Bhatt said that due to the local police rules and on going investigation procedure ...Read More

Modi-Key talks: NZ to ‘contribute constructively’ on NSG

October 26, 2016
Modi-Key talks: NZ to ‘contribute constructively’ on NSG

New Delhi: Without committing itself on India's NSG membership bid, New Zealand today said it would continue to "contribute constructively" to the process currently underway in the 48-nation grouping on the issue and work for an early decision. This was conveyed by visiting Kiwi Prime Minister John Key after talks with his Indian counterpart Narendra Modi during which the two leaders agreed to strengthen ties in key areas of trade, defence and security. After the "productive" talks between...Read More

New Zealand PM arrives, to hold talks with Modi tomorrow

October 25, 2016

New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi will hold talks tomorrow with his New Zealand counterpart John Key, who arrived on a three-day India visit today, during which he is likely to seek Wellington's support for India's entry into the Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG). New Zealand was one of the countries that took the stand at the last NSG plenary in South Korea in June that no exception can be made in the case of India, a non-NPT country, while considering its membership bid of the elite group...Read More

Modi to raise NSG issue with New Zealand PM next week

October 20, 2016
Modi to raise NSG issue with New Zealand PM next week

New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi is likely to seek New Zealand's support to India's bid for membership of the Nuclear Suppliers Group when he holds talks with his counterpart of the island nation John Key here next week. Key will pay a four-day visit to India from October 24-27. External Affairs Ministry Spokesperson Vikas Swarup said India's bid for NSG membership is likely to figure in talks between the two prime ministers besides other issues. In the June Plenary of NSG in Seo...Read More

President on state visit to New Zealand, PNG next week

April 22, 2016

New Delhi President Pranab Mukherjee will visit Papua New Guinea (PNG) and New Zealand next week, his first-ever state visit to the two countries, during which a raft of agreements will be signed. During his visit beginning with PNG on April 28, several agreements are expected to be signed in the fields of education, health, connectivity, economic cooperation, agriculture and dairy farming. Briefing reporters today, External Affairs spokesperson Vikas Swarup said "this will be the firs...Read More

Narendra Modi meets New Zealand PM John Key

April 01, 2016

From Lalit K Jha Washington Prime Minister Narendra Modi today met his New Zealand counterpart John Key here during which they discussed bilateral co-operation in trade, technology and tourism. "Discussing stronger India-New Zealand ties with @johnkeypm," tweeted the Prime Minister's Office. Modi, who arrived here in the wee hours today to attend the two-day Nuclear Security Summit which is being hosted by US President Barack Obama, started his diplomatic engagement with the meeting...Read More

New Zealand invites Indian students, eases visa formalities

February 16, 2016

Pune India has emerged as the second largest source of international students to New Zealand where the universities are producing "job ready" graduates and professionals, according to Education New Zealand (ENZ). The immigration and visa formalities had been made smooth to make New Zealand an education destination for prospective Indian students to pursue among other disciplines specialized courses in cyber security, sports management, animation science and hospitality, John Laxon, Region...Read More

GTU signs pact with New Zealand institute, to start e-course on smart cities

September 02, 2015

Ahmedabad The Graduate School of Smart Cities Development of Gujarat Technical University, the one of its kind in the whole of Asia, today singed an MoU with the Christchurch Polytechnic Institute of Technology (CPIT), over a century old New Zealand based educational institute which rose to fame after for redesigning the badly devastated Christchurch city after the 7.5 magnitude earthquake in 2011 there. The GTU Graduate School is also going to start an e-course on smart cities, another ...Read More

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