Vaishali Vijay.Indian Link

Creating women leaders

Vaishali Vijay is one of the few women in the higher ranks of ICT industry. She hopes it doesn’t stay that way, writes NANDITHA SURESH

I’m a big kid now!

Kindy kids tell us about their first day at school
Ellora Srivastava.Indian Link

When worlds collide: History through art

Check out Ellora Srivastava in this year’s Art Express, currently on at the Art Gallery of NSW, writes RAJNI ANAND LUTHRA.
Aishwarya Rai Bachchan.Indian Link

She came, we saw, she conquered

One of India’s best-loved personalities drops by in Sydney, writes KALYANI WAKHARE.
Beach.Indian Link

Beyond Bondi: Exploring Sydney’s northern coast

Sydney’s Northern beaches offer a cleaner, less crowded and more exclusive feel, writes EMIE ROY
Shoma Chaudhury.Indian Link

How Gandhi would navigate a post-truth world

Acclaimed Indian journalist and political commentator Shoma Chaudhury presents the 7th annual Gandhi Oration at UNSW. Writes RAJNI ANAND LUTHRA
Armogam Murgan.IndianLink

Armogam Murgan, OAM: Community as family

For service to the Indian community of Sydney, writes NANDITHA SURESH.
Dr Vanita Parekh.IndianLink

Dr Vanita Rajul Parekh, AM: Of healing and hope

For significant service to medicine as a specialist in the fields of sexual health and forensic medicine, as an educator and clinician, and to professional associations, Writes HARSHAD PANDHARIPANDE.
sikh.IndianLink

Punjab beyond borders

A new book takes an unprecedented look at how Sikh legacy has been preserved in Pakistan, writes SIMREN SAMRAI
Alisha Kapoor.Indian Link

Waiting to exhale

Suffering from a rare disease, 4-year-old Alisha Kapoor awaits a heart-lung transplant, writes SARONI ROY