India-Australia must forge knowledge partnership

Can the two countries envision a mutually-benefiting relationship on the basis of education, questions AMIT DASGUPTA

Finishing strong

School holidays: MOHAN DHALL suggests finding a balance between self-absorption and (shock horror!) routine activities
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Smile Train India to bring smile on Himachal children’s faces

The organisation will support free surgeries and post-operative care for children with congenital cleft lips and palates.

The business of music

Melbourne entrepreneur Harish Rao takes on new role – in music

A poet and a questioner

Om Krishan Rahat will be remembered as a humanitarian who stood for betterment and for equality of human beings

A daring contemporary spin on the goddess trope

Anita Ratnam’s Bharatanatyam piece for Mapping Melbourne is a feminist’s delight. APARNA ANANTHUNI reports

How you can celebrate an eco-friendly Christmas

A green Christmas is what the planet needs...and we do too, writes EMIE ROY

What Sydney can learn from Delhi

Uni student Kavya Nagpal, who won the Lendlease Bradfield Urbanisation Scholarship, on Sydney’s future as a global city

Editorial: Time to talk

The very basic need to talk and to connect face-to-face, even in a world ruled by social media, is as strong as ever, writes PAWAN LUTHRA

Nickyanka wedding…and the Twitter tantrums

Social media had a short-lived love-hate relationship with the Priyanka and Nick shaadi, writes RAJNI ANAND LUTHRA.