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Community outrage forces SBS to modify controversial Kashmir map

Following a huge outcry in the Indian-Australian community over the controversial depiction of Kashmir in an SBS video about Partition of India, the national public television network has quietly modified the map. While the earlier...

Brisbane break

Warmth and sun make the school holidays fun, writes ANANYA WAKHARE I cannot believe it’s already the start of Term 3!! Honestly, looking back, half the year has actually finished and wow, just wow! Since last...

ISRO makes history

ISRO launches 104 satellites into space in single mission, India hails world record

So close and yet so far! England beat India to lift Women’s World Cup

It was a case of 'so near and yet so far' for India as they suffered a spectacular middle and lower order batting collapse to lose by nine runs to England in a nail-biting...

Congress’ Ahmed Patel deals severe blow to BJP, wins RS poll

"This is not just my victory. It is a defeat of the most blatant use of money power, muscle power and abuse of state machinery," Ahmed Patel tweeted after winning RS polls.  Ahmed Patel dealt...

eToilets: Transforming sanitation via technology

eToilets are the future of latrines writes AKANKI SHARMA

Kovind sworn in as Indian President, pledges to follow ‘mantra’ of Constitution

Making history as the first occupant of Rashtrapati Bhavan from the BJP, President Ram Nath Kovind pledged to always follow the basic mantra of the Constitution to ensure justice, liberty, equality and fraternity. Elected to...

India’s SC strikes down instant triple talaq, political parties hail decision

The political parties said the landmark judgment accorded equality to Muslim women and rendered gender justice. In a landmark judgment, the Supreme Court of India by a 3-2 decision struck down the centuries-old practice of...
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We Are Sikhs: Sikh TV campaign in US increases positive view of community

78 per cent of those who had seen the TV commercials said they know something about Sikhism.

The fading stories of India’s Partition

Recently, a friend and I have been seeking and sharing published accounts of stories from the era of India’s partition in 1947. We often message each other electronic links to blogs, write-ups, book excerpts...