The ‘forgotten’ victims

New research explores the impact of gendered violence on children’s health. DIPANJALI RAO reports

Museum India

A new museum in Victoria is the embodiment of Indian heritage in Australia, writes DHANYA SAMUEL

Ode to women

The theme of this year’s Federation of Indian Music and Dance Victoria’s Independence Day concert was Prakriti, The Creatrix: Celebrating Women’s Empowerment. The concert included more than one first, with the most significant being the...

Kerala: Bringing God’s Own Country back

Over 400 lives lost, countless homes destroyed, livestock and pets lost – the floods in Kerala have ravaged the state like nothing before. After what seems like an eternity, the water is finally receding...

A seat for those in need

Spelling bee victor Anirudh Kathirvel helps make public transport a more pleasant ride. ROYSTON REBELLO reports

Indian links at the Victoria 2014 elections

Passion for community work and a desire to effect change appear to be motivating factors for the Indian-origin Australians in the fray at this year’s state elections, writes SUKRIT SABHLOK

Balance for better living

PS3 forum discusses maintaining balance in life for a positive existence, reports NEHA JAIN

Indian seniors soak in the spirit of Holi

A performance of the Indian classical dance Kuchipudi unites Indian seniors for Holi, writes PREETI JABBAL

Stainless divinity

In his Melbourne exhibition, India’s leading contemporary artist Subodh Gupta establishes the essential Hindu tenet that the divine can be found in everyday experiences, writes APARNA ANANTHUNI
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Dr Mukesh Chandra Haikerwal, AC: The good doctor

For eminent service to medical governance, administration, and technology, and to medicine, through leadership roles with a range of organisations, to education and the not-for-profit sector, and to the community of western Melbourne. Writes PREETI JABBAL