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Celebrating Azaki Ka Amrit Mahotsav in Australia – India’s 75th Independence Day

It is time to celebrate India’s 75th Independence Day on August 15, 2022 in Sydney as well in all the major cities in Australia. Indian Consulate General, Sydney is celebrating ‘Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav’ on August 15 asking all the Indians living across Australia to hoist the Indian flag – the Tiranga (Indian Tricolour Flag […]

Suryakumar’s ferocious hitting enables India to beat West Indies comfortably

By Kersi Meher-Homji Both India’s women’s and men’s teams are engaged in crucial games. At the Commonwealth Games in Birmingham tonight Indian women have to beat Barbados women to qualify for the semi-final. The Indian women lost narrowly to Australia last week but came back with gusto to beat Pakistan women. Now to the Indian […]

Dozekh and Mughal Baccha play out clash of ego between Naulasi and Umdah, and Kale Mian and Gori Bi

By Neena Badhwar Naulasi (played by Saba Zaidi Abdi) and Umdah Khanum (Bobby Mallick) are two old ladies living a lonely life in a little room which they have rented. Life is dull yet they give each other company, at times remembering their good old days, or getting on each other’s nerves thus passing their […]

NSW and India announce four new tech partnerships  

NSW’s tech success in India continues to grow with the announcement of four new partnerships between NSW and Indian technology businesses. NSW Premier Dominic Perrottet and the Minister for Enterprise, Investment and Trade Stuart Ayres met with Indian tech companies today in Bengaluru to promote collaboration between NSW and India and congratulate the businesses on […]

Indian business delegation to visit NSW

High-profile business leaders from the world’s fifth-largest economy are set to visit NSW as part of an official delegation, as the NSW Premier continues to boost NSW’s position as a key global investment destination during his overseas visit. NSW Premier Dominic Perrottet met with senior Indian business leaders today in Mumbai to discuss priority investment […]

Indian women to meet Australian women at Commonwealth Games

By Kersi Meher-Homji The Indian men’s team beat the West Indians 3-0 in the One Day Internationals (ODIs) at Port of Spain yesterday. Now their female counterparts are all ready to take on the Aussie girls at the Commonwealth Games today at Birmingham. What the Aussies fear most is facing the Indian spinner Rajeshwari Gayakwad. […]

Memorable roles of Johnny Walker of Hindi cinema

By Madhulika Liddle My major complaint against Hindi cinema has been that we’ve never given comedy the sort of status it’s received in the West. True, there has been the occasional classic comedy – Chalti ka Naam Gaadi, Dekh Kabira Roya, Dholak and Padosan, for example – but as a genre it seems to have […]

The power of surrender

After years of surrendering to other people’s authority and power, Ajay Kalra wakes up to surrendering to the Moment Ever since I was a child, I had to deal with power; essentially, my powerlessness and others’ power. I mostly did what I was told, out of fear of punishment and the greed for others approval. […]

Droupadi Murmu: A Tribal’s Tryst with Rashtrapati Bhavan

By Sudhir Kumar    The election of Droupdai Murmu as India’s first tribal President was a fait accompli with the majority of electors cutting across party lines in her favour. But it also brings to the fore the larger issue: whether her elevation as the First Citizen of the country will peter out into mere tokenism […]

Disney Star will broadcast Australian Cricket in India

Here is good news for cricket lovers across Indian subcontinent and Asia. A media release from Cricket Australia (CA) says that it is delighted to announce a new association with Disney Star (owned by The Walt Disney Company) to broadcast Australian cricket throughout India and other territories across Asia. The seven-year deal commencing in 2023-24 will […]

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