Narendra Modi lookalike to contest against PM in 2019 elections

Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh now have an unusual candidate pitted against them: Abhinandan Pathak, a lookalike of Modi, who is contesting form Lucknow and Varanasi as an independent...
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Perth community pips Sydney and Melbourne in race for Indian Centre

If all goes well, Perth’s Indian community will be celebrating India’s Independence Day this August at their own premises, the Indian Community Centre. This will be possible thanks to a $2.5 million grant announced by...
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Snapchat launches tools for voters ahead of Indian elections

Aiming to encourage people ahead of the 2019 Lok Sabha polls, photo-messaging app Snapchat has announced the launch of tools and polling information for Indian voters. Educating its users about the resources provided by the...
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Book review: Zucked: Waking Up to the Facebook Catastrophe

Facebook is perhaps the best example of how a great idea of connecting with family and friends online can become a catastrophe in just 15 years of its existence. From the Cambridge Analytica data scandal,...
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Review: Modi – Journey Of A Common Man

Starring: Ashish Sharma and Faisal Khan Director: Umesh Shukla Rating: *** (3 stars) A very thin line divides passion from propaganda. Films about figures we admire, specially the living ones, tend to lose their focus and blur...

It’s election tourism time in India

It is being marketed as an additional attraction to those who are already planning a trip or have made their bookings for holidays in India

Constantly tired? You could be anaemic

About a medical condition widespread in women of Indian ethnicity, WRITES JYOTHSNA R RAO.

Sydney surgeon on a mission

Dr Ray Hodgson has his own mountain to climb in Nepal, and it’s not Everest

Seeking an Australia of colour

The impact of on-screen diversity on real life harmony

#justnotthatmany: A call for higher on-screen visibility

Artists of South-Asian origin take a stand against the lack of diversity in our performing arts landscape