Census 2016.Indian Link

DYK these facts about Hindus in Oz from Census 2016?

Hindus welcomed Lord Ganesh into their homes on 25 August as the 10-day festival dedicated to the elephant-headed god. It one of the most important days of observance on the Hindu calendar. There certainly were...
IFFM.Indian Link

Masterclass revelations

KASHIF HARRISON sits in as B-Town bigwigs are out under the spotlight

IFFM celebrates Bollywood’s finest and most beautiful

Missed what happened at IFFM? PREETI JABBAL gives you a ringside view, and all the glam and gupshup from the glitzy affair

Now, migrant workers can report workplace issues in their own language

It is easier now for migrant workers in Australia to report their workplace concerns in their own language. The Fair Work Ombudsman in Australia has made it easier for migrant workers to report workplace concerns...

Aishwarya to attend Indian Film Festival of Melbourne

The actress will hoist the Indian tricolour on 12 August to celebrate Indian Independence Day Internationally acclaimed actress Aishwarya Rai Bachchan will attend the opening weekend of this year’s The Indian Film Festival of Melbourne...

Making sense of the census

From religion to language to multiculturalism, RAJNI ANAND LUTHRA AND HARSHAD PANDHARIPANDE look at what the Indian community can take away from Census 2016 By now, you probably know the Census 2016 finding that Indians...

Victoria govt’s big plans for small business

First-generation migrants setting up new ventures to get support, funds, PREETI JABBAL reports

Spiritual group exhibits at Parliament House in Melbourne

Only days before news came in that Hinduism is now one of the major religions of Australia, Victoria’s Parliament House got a sneak peek of some of its most basic tenets in a special five-day exhibition. Writes ANUBHUTI MADAN-SINGH

Sydney to Melbourne by boat

A short cruise makes for a perfect birthday present for Mum, writes PETRA O’NEILL.

Leading Aust railway research institute to work with Indian Railways

DHANYA SAMUEL talks with Ravi Ravitharan, Director of Monash University’s Institute of Railway Technology