The new Labour-led government in New Zealand wants to ban non-residents from purchasing residential properties and farms.
"I am trying to protect New Zealanders against some of the excesses of global capitalism," trade minister David Parker said.
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Bringing months of speculations to halt, Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) party confirmed that their chief Imran Khan has officially married his 'spiritual advisor' Bushra Maneka in an intimate ceremony in Lahore on Sunday.
The cricketer-turned-politician has gotten out of his two past marriages with British socialite Jemima Khan (9 years) and TV anchor Reham Khan (10 months) with mutual consent. Imran met his third wife a couple of years ago.
Bushra Maneka also known as Pinki Pir is a mother of...
Karan Johar's network and connection with renowned celebrities are not hidden from the masses. Seems like the filmmaker has used them all for his upcoming satirical drama 'Welcome to New York' where A-list Bollywood stars will be seen making their appearance.
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BJP MP from Bansgaon, Kamlesh Paswan and 27 other people have been booked under rioting and criminal conspiracy charges, in connection with a land dispute in Gorakhpur, Uttar Pradesh on Monday as per a PTI report.
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WATCH: Nestle Celebrates 100 Years In India With This New Commercial
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September 21 , 2015 , 16:58 IST
The Swiss company has come up with the 92-second commercial has been floating around on the social media platforms, titled 'Nestle: A Part of India's Life for 100 Years'.
The video takes the viewers through a journey of Nestle in India, starting from 1912, when the Swiss giant first entered the Indian market.
Products like Milkmaid, Nescafe, Milky bar, Kit Kat, and Nestle's milk and curd find their place in the commercial, while running through various red letter days of Indian history -- Independence, Rakesh Sharma's space odyssey among others. Watch the new ad here:
A few weeks back Nestle India was served notice by the apex consumer court over the government's Rs. 640-crore class action suit related to its Maggi noodles, the Swiss company launched a new commercial celebrating 100 years in India to gain consumer trust, although not featuring Maggi noodles.
The video does not feature Nestle's arguably most famous Maggi noodles, after the product was recalled by a June 5 ban order from the industry watchdog, for containing higher-than-permissible levels of lead and monosodium glutamate (MSG).