Ode to Shiva

The third godhead of the Hindu Trinity and perhaps one of our most complex deities is at the centre of a new dance production All that begins must end, thereby continuing the cycle of life...
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Princess Diana: Queen of hearts

It has been twenty years since the tragic passing of Princess Diana. It was a loss of one of those rare humanitarian souls that perhaps the world is lacking at this particular moment, someone...

India: Go beyond

In this Independence Day issue, Indian Link brings you India that is off the usual tourist map, and away from the beaten track.
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Going gaga over Melbourne’s Mt Baw Baw

Every time I go to the snows, I feel compelled to roll down the slopes and break into song and dance. It has to be the diet of Bollywood films I was raised on. Bollywood,...
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Gala National Day reception

Independence Day celebrations, held recently by the Indian Consulate in Melbourne, provided an opportunity to reflect on India’s success in the last 70 years. It was also a chance to look ahead at the future...

Calling migrant Indian women: A survey on female sexuality

A survey by renowned sexologist Dr MARGARET REDELMAN is asking Indian migrant women questions about sexuality, sexual health and men
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Keeping the community safe

Victoria Police’s diversity drive sees Indian-origin officers increase in numbers They are young, capable, and ready to serve the community. And now they have the knowledge and skill to back them up. Meet Vardhan Arora, Rupinder...

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...