Praashekh.Indian Link

Loving sarod, no strings attached

Praashekh Borkar is a local sarod player and is gaining a growing Australian and international reputation.Originally from Pune, the 29-year-old first visited Perth in 2014 after performing at the Swan Festival of Lights. Liking...
Yayati.IndianLink

Sins of the father

Shantaranga Theatre Group’s latest Kannada production Yayati was staged at the Don Russell Performing Arts Centre in Perth to a sell-out audience. The mythical story is about a king named Yayati, who incurs the...
BB.Indian Link

How to tell your story powerfully

Dressed in jeans, a casual top and light sweater, speaker Benaifer Bhadha has an engaging smile and an attractive personality that immediately captures the audience’s attention. She is on the last leg of her...

A Biryani of stories

An experimental show uses food and theatre as a way to explore Indian culture. GRAHAK CUNNINGHAM writes

Rainbow of opportunities

Hindi Samaj of WA struts its stuff at Indradhanush. PUNEET ANAND reports.

Women’s business: The Aussie-Indian Women’s Expo 2017

Community women gather for an inspirational event that looks set to become an annual occurrence. GRAHAK CUNNINGHAM reports.
New parent, new baby, new bundle of joy

New Year with a bundle of joy

New year BabyAdelaide's newest parents Nisha Wadhwa and Deepak Bajaj started the New Year with a bundle of joy in their hands, newborn baby Analiya.
Brisbane3.Indian Link

Spectacular Independence Day for Australian Indian community

Melbourne played host to Bollywood glitterati, Brisbane lit up in Indian colours, and in Sydney, the mainstream went glam-desi. RAJNI ANAND LUTHRA reports

Why you haven’t got your Australian citizenship yet

At present, 75 percent of all applications are processed within 14 months and 90 percent within 17 months. Minister for Citizenship and Multicultural Affairs, the Hon Alan Tudge MP explains the reasons for delay in Indian migrants receiving their citizenship.

How the Indian community in Oz handled the infamous lamb ad

The community came together to protest the portrayal of Ganesha, but took the dismissal of complaints in its stride, writes HARSHAD PANDHARIPANDE.