Young leaders strengthen Aus-India relations

The Australia India Youth Dialogue (AIYD) brought together the best and brightest minds at its successful 2019 strategy launch in Sydney

Australia #StandsWithKerala

As Kerala is getting back on its feet Australia is joining in to help, and the vigil in Melbourne was one of those in many Australian cities to support and #StandWithKerala.

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...

Indian-origin defence engineer is Victoria Father of the Year

Jadhav was chosen from over a thousand nominations for an outstanding father figure by the organisers YMCA Victoria in association with the Father’s Day Council of Victoria.
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Bumpy road ahead for ScoMo

PAWAN LUTHRA on the newest Australian Prime Minister-elect, Scott Morrison

What the Canberra shenanigans mean for Aus-India ties

The recent paper on Australia’s India economic strategy by Peter Varghese is a brilliant roadmap of how Australia can work with one of the fastest growing economies in the world. Yet, the low-key launch of the report led to murmurings of a ‘burial’.

It’s been ‘India week’ in Sydney

The NSW State Parliament marked the occasion for the first time, with Premier Gladys Berejiklian in attendance, and kicked off the week-long celebrations.

IFFM masala and musings

From celebrities and master classes to dance competitions and movie screenings, the Indian Film Festival in Melbourne had something for everyone.

The big dry is here

It’s time to brace ourselves for the ongoing drought in NSW and Queensland, and pitch in to help afflicted farmers, writes EMIE ROY
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Independence Day: What freedom means to me

This issue we ask our readers to think beyond the usual and tell us what the word ‘freedom’ means to them in a more personal sense, and how it reflects the way they live their own lives in contemporary times.