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What’s on this weekend in Sydney’s Indian community

Here are some of the events that are happening in Sydney's Indian community this weekend

#Sec377: For culture, for queer

We are South Asian and yes, we support queer people, but we also support our culture, says Siddharth Sharma

#Sec377: Are we there yet?

Society has been cruel to us, and many will still continue to fight for equal rights. But atleast it's a step in the right direction.

Youth is the key: Craig Jeffrey on #Sec377

India’s youngsters have to lead the charge in bringing about major social reforms says CRAIG JEFFREY

My favourite Ganesha

Indians in Australia talk to us about their 'favourite' Ganesh on the occasion of Ganesh Chaturthi

AHIA: Picking up the strings

Members of AHIA mingle and engage in group activities, listen to presentations on health and finance-based information, and have a light meal.

A love of Hindi

Hindi students of IABBV showcased their learning of the language by means of presentations in song, dance, skits and poetry

An eco-friendly Ganesh Chaturthi

Made with terracotta pottery clay, the idols dissolve in water upon immersion and do not pollute the environment.

The curious story of George Jarvis

Historian Robin Walsh and author Roanna Gonsalves attempted to unravel the elusive man servant in a recent talk entitled Finding ‘George Jarvis’

The ref has ruled

In today’s world where decisions are microscopically scrutinised with social media trolls ready to pounce, abuse and vilify, being an umpire, a referee or an adjudicator is not an easy job.