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NSW strengthens business and community ties with India

Minister for Jobs, Investment, Tourism and Western Sydney Stuart Ayres Trade, investment and collaboration with one of the world’s most dynamic economies will be the focus of a COVIDSafe Australia-India bilateral awards initiative coming to Sydney in 2021 under a three-year partnership with the NSW Government. Minister for Jobs, Investment, Tourism and Western Sydney Stuart […]

Sydney goes virtual to celebrate Hindi Diwas – 2020

Hindi Divas 2020 in Australia was celebrated all across the country with Indian consulates in capital cities organised events, panel discussions and interaction with the NRIs here who are associated in the field of Hindi. Teachers, academics, experts all came together. But the new norm is interaction through zoom in virtual sessions. Children who are […]

The Origin of Rules

Animals compete for mates and fight over territory. Humans do not have to. Rules ensure this. Animals do not eat more than they have to. But humans do. Rules prevent this. Long ago, there were no rules. A man called Vena plundered the earth for all its resources. Disgusted, the earth took the form of […]

Dean Jones will be best remembered for his Chennai Test double century

Provided by Daily Mail. Dean Jones speaks to former Prime Minister John Howard at Maroubra Beach in Sydney’s eastern suburbs. By Kersi Meher-Homji Tributes have flown in from all over the world on the sad passing away of Australia’s legendary batsman Dean Jones in Mumbai yesterday [Thursday] while working as an analyst on the 2020 […]

BRAHMOTSAVAM 2020 – 19th to 28th September

The word “Brahmotsavam” is a combination of two Sanskrit words “Brahma” and “Utsavam”. In one context, it is said that, Lord Brahma first performed this festival and hence Brahmotsavam is referred to as Festival celebrated by Brahma. In other context, the word Brahma refers to Grand or Huge and hence referred to as Grand Festival. As per the […]

A summer with Kangaroos, Koalas, Sea creatures, Grufflo and Bollywood stars!

26 September – 11 October, Spring is here, enjoy school holidays with family and friends SEA LIFE Sydney Aquarium Explore the rocky world ‘Beneath the Tide’ at SEA LIFE Sydney Aquarium The tides are turning at SEA LIFE Sydney Aquarium these school holidays where you and your family can meet and discover intertidal creatures in […]

गोरे गाल पे काला तिल   ….. संतराम बजाज

आज कल काले-गोरे के भेदभाव पर फिर से झगड़े चल रहे हैं| ‘BLACK LIVES MATTER’, इस बात की ओर इशारा करता है| ख़ास कर अमेरिका में पुलिस के हाथों कई ‘काले’ रंग के लोग मारे गए हैं| काले रंग के लोगों के साथ हो रही ज्यादतियां की सारी ज़िम्मेदारी प्रेजिडेंट डोनाल्ड ट्रम्प पर डाली जा […]

When Hollywood actress Jean Simmons in a 1940 movie painted her face black

Actress Jean Simmons in ‘Black Narcissus’, Dir. Michelle Williams Gamaker’s House of women recasts the role, auditioning only Indian expat or first-generation British Asian women and non-binary individuals living in London. Film series: Flim-flam redux at Art Gallery of NSW (30 August – 27 September) After a long hiatus, The Art Gallery is thrilled to […]

Ash and Simran represent ‘Team India’ on Channel 7’s ‘Plate of Origin’

By Neeru Saluja They are ready to cook up a cultural storm in the kitchen as the husband-wife duo represent ‘Team India’ on Channel 7’s ‘Plate of Origin’. IT specialist Ash and his wife Simran who is an actress and model have been married for 14 years. They are the proud parents to two young […]

The Uluru Statement: An offer of redemption and reconciliation

The Uluru Statement: An offer of redemption and reconciliation from the original sin that migrants all carry By Neville Roach May 26 2020 was the third anniversary of the Uluru Statement from the Heart. It was also the day the news of George Floyd’s murder broke which explains why the Statement had fewer headlines and […]

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