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Diwali Festival: How to eat sweets, Indian-style

New Zealand Herald Friday, 13 October 2017 ()
Diwali Festival: How to eat sweets, Indian-styleWith Diwali festivities lighting up Aotea Square this weekend, we caught up with one of the festival's organisers, Albert-Eden-Roskill board member (and Bollywood dance teacher) Ella Kumar, to taste a selection of traditional Indian...
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News video: At India-Pakistan border, troops exchange Diwali sweets

At India-Pakistan border, troops exchange Diwali sweets 00:31

In a bid to sweeten ties, Indian and Pakistani border troops give each other treats for the Hindu festival of lights.

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