Holy sh*t, my HSC Drama project made it to OnSTAGE

OnSTAGE, a showcase of select Drama works from HSC 2017, is currently on at Sydney’s Seymour Centre

An influx of internationals

Exciting talent from Afghanistan and Pakistan made its mark in this year’s BBL
Shoma Chaudhury.Indian Link

How Gandhi would navigate a post-truth world

Acclaimed Indian journalist and political commentator Shoma Chaudhury presents the 7th annual Gandhi Oration at UNSW. Writes RAJNI ANAND LUTHRA
Yuki Bhambri.IndianLink

Challengers to the throne

While Federer proved why he’s regarded as the greatest, here’s a look at four young and exciting players from this year’s Australian Open 2018
Australia Day.IndianLink

Australia Day Honours 2018

Doctors and researchers lead the fray from the Indian community yet again. Here are their inspirational stories
Professor Sharad Kumar

Professor Sharad Kumar, AM: A warrior against cancer

For significant service to medical research in the field of cancer and cell biology, as a scientist and author, to medical education, and as a mentor. SUDARSHAN ARVIND writes.
Armogam Murgan.IndianLink

Armogam Murgan, OAM: Community as family

For service to the Indian community of Sydney, writes NANDITHA SURESH.
Anant Kaur.IndianLink

Anant Kaur Sandhu, AM: Paying it forward with food

For significant service to the restaurant and catering industry in South Australia, and to the community through support for charitable organisations. Writes PREETI JABBAL
Dr Mukesh Haikerwal.IndianLink

Dr Mukesh Chandra Haikerwal, AC: The good doctor

For eminent service to medical governance, administration, and technology, and to medicine, through leadership roles with a range of organisations, to education and the not-for-profit sector, and to the community of western Melbourne. Writes PREETI JABBAL
Dr Vanita Parekh.IndianLink

Dr Vanita Rajul Parekh, AM: Of healing and hope

For significant service to medicine as a specialist in the fields of sexual health and forensic medicine, as an educator and clinician, and to professional associations, Writes HARSHAD PANDHARIPANDE.