Sport

Close to victory, India was foiled by Kiwi all-rounders of Indian extraction »

By Kersi Meher-Homji Test cricket is alive and thriving. What a Test thriller at Kanpur! It was one of the most exciting Tests I have witnessed, especially the last 52…

Nov 30 2021 / No Comment / Read More »

Harmanpreet and Shreyas make India proud »

By Kersi Meher-Homji In the current Kanpur Test against New Zealand Shreyas Iyer became the 16th Indian to score a century in his Test debut. His 105 elegant runs included…

Nov 27 2021 / No Comment / Read More »
Community

New TAFE Campus earmarked for Gosford »

December 2, 2021. The NSW Government today announced its proposal to investigate building a new, state-of-the-art TAFE NSW campus in…

Dec 2 2021 / No Comment / Read More »

New lunar testbed helping robots moon walk »

From today, researchers and businesses preparing to head to the Moon can test their technologies in a new facility established…

Dec 2 2021 / No Comment / Read More »

National Cabinet response on the new Omicron strain »

Tuesday November 30, 2021. National Cabinet met today to discuss Australia’s COVID-19 response and the new Omicron strain. Chief Medical…

Dec 1 2021 / No Comment / Read More »

Australia India Film Council Announced to Encourage Strong Commercial and Cultural Links Between the Two Film Industries »

Sydney, Australia (Tuesday 30 November 2021) – Seven well-known screen industry professionals have today announced their involvement in the creation…

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Body Mind Spirit

An enlightening evening of insights into yoga texts of India »

Meet the Guru program is back on @ The Bhakti Tree – Wednesday 8th December 730pm to 830pm – Devamrita Swami will be providing an enlightening evening as he presents insights into the yoga texts of ancient India (the Vedas) – restaurant open for paid…

Nov 29 2021 / No Comment / Read More »

Grow your own ginger »

Ginger is used extensively in Indian cooking. Geez! we all wonder at the price, the most expensive culinary vegetable which adds so much flavour to Indian curries. And in winter no Indian home will drink tea without the slice of ginger in it. Most housewives…

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Within, there is trigger to stop suffering »

By Vijay Badhwar It was in 1996, probably, that I went for my first 10-day Vipassana meditation in Blackheath. I had heard about the life-changing meditation from my role model uncle (who died recently from COVID in Detroit). May be it was his memory that…

May 2 2021 / Comments Off on Within, there is trigger to stop suffering / Read More »
E-Paper

E-Paper October-November 2017 »

The Indian Down Under – E Paper October-November 2017 by indiandownunder on Scribd…

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E-Paper January-February 2017 »

E paper - January - February 2017

Indian Down Under E Paper Jan-Feb 2017 by indiandownunder on Scribd…

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E-Paper August-September 2016 »

Indian Down Under August-September 2016 E Paper by indiandownunder on Scribd…

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Opinion

Much more to do for Australians than 18C

By Vijay Badhwar It’s a sign of a dysfunctional Government which distracts public attention from main issues, matters that matter, towards completely irrelevant issues, unimportant in the context of building a nation, its future and the…

Mar 23 2017 / Read More »

Australian super funds still shy of buying Jaitley’s India story

  By Rekha Bhattacharjee As the Australian visit of India’s Finance Minister  Arun Jaitley  enters its concluding phase, a section of the media here is already lamenting the tepid reception given to him, while also doubting…

Apr 3 2016 / Read More »

Future of World Economy

By Vivek Wadhwa of Stanford Governments, businesses, and economists have all been caught off guard by the geopolitical shifts that happened with the crash of oil prices and the slowdown of China’s economy. Most believe that…

Jan 28 2016 / Read More »
Bollywood

Australia India Film Council Announced to Encourage Strong Commercial and Cultural Links Between the Two Film Industries

Sydney, Australia (Tuesday 30 November 2021) – Seven well-known screen industry professionals have today announced their involvement in the creation of the Australia India Film Council (AIFC), which is set to encourage strong commercial and cultural…

Nov 30 2021 / Read More »

SCREAN presents: Kabhi Kabhi Mere Dil Me

After the 4 international shows in Australia by Sydney’s Sai Creative Arts Network (SCREAN) and two local shows  ‘Jashn-e-Ghazal’ local production in December 2020 and “Sansaar Sufiana” Sufi Musical Concert in April 2021, they are back…

Nov 29 2021 / Read More »

Netflix releases the trailer of its upcoming thriller series, Aranyak, launching on December 10

The trailer launched last night gave a sneak peek into the world of Aranyak with glimmers of murder, mystery and mayhem lying ahead. A stunning visual spectacle through unique projection mapping on the surrounding forest cover…

Nov 28 2021 / Read More »
Indian News

Tomar urges farmer unions to end protests against the three farm laws

23.6.21. On Saturday, Union Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar urged the farmer unions to end their protests against the three farm laws as the Central government is open to discussions. In September 2020, the three farm…

Jun 27 2021 / Read More »

Deepening crisis of Congress party under Rahul Gandhi

By Rajdeep Sardesai Dumping on Rahul Gandhi has become a fashion: while his BJP opponents have ”˜Pappu-fied’ him as an incompetent leader, many of his Congress colleagues in private hold him responsible for the deepening crisis…

Jun 27 2021 / Read More »

Durga wins vs Ram

By Vijay Badhwar Strategically, it was a folly to introduce the slogan ”˜Jai Shri Ram’ in rallies led by Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) supremo Amit Shah in the Durga heartland of Mamata Banerjee. India is riddled…

May 8 2021 / Read More »
Humour

Coronavirus tips you won’t get from the government

By Melvin Durai Just a week ago, most of us did not know how to spell “coronavirus.” But we’ve now seen the word hundreds of times, mostly in headlines such as “Coronavirus Infects Thousands in Europe,”…

May 20 2020 / Read More »

In-house self-isolation  

Effects of the Coronavirus… By Santram Bajaj I hate dogs! Not all, but the ones owned by my neighbours. I have three in my immediate neighbourhood. They bark and bark. They never shut up. I was…

Apr 5 2020 / Read More »

Three Ha…Ha…Ha…s for the Siddhus

  By Neena Badhwar To my limited knowledge, ”˜The Siddhus of Upper Juhu’ has been, probably, the best Indian comedy play staged in Sydney. This is attributed to crispness and timing of its dialogues. The language…

Mar 7 2020 / Read More »

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