A Life Lost, and Gained

A family were crushed when leukaemia took their 2-year-old daughter. But somehow, she found a way to come back Vanhi was just three months old when she was diagnosed with leukaemia, and passed away shortly...
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The god, the bad and the naqli

Letting the sane voice prevail: Adakar’s latest offering is an old classic with a message for contemporary times With a name like Shri 420, there’s no prizes for guessing what Adakar Theatre Group’s latest production...

The changing face of the community

The new arrivals from India in Australia are tech-savvy, open to sharing experiences and eager to help each other out through a large, active online network, writes PAWAN LUTHRA.

Aishwarya to attend Indian Film Festival of Melbourne

The actress will hoist the Indian tricolour on 12 August to celebrate Indian Independence Day Internationally acclaimed actress Aishwarya Rai Bachchan will attend the opening weekend of this year’s The Indian Film Festival of Melbourne...

When dreams crash

The horrific death of student Akanksha Kadam in a car crash once again highlights the importance of safe driving, especially for young drivers. The death of Akanksha Kadam, a student from India, in a car...

Five ‘must-read’ books to look forward to in July 2017

The month of July comes as a boon to fiction readers as several prominent novels are slated to hit the stores. So, stay tuned. The current trend in Indian publishing space, as also globally, shows...

Citizen-activist stirs India against vigilantes

The #NotInMyName protests, inspired by Delhi-based filmmaker Saba Dewan, prompted even Indian PM Modi to term the attacks as 'unacceptable'. PAWAN LUTHRA writes.

Making sense of the census

From religion to language to multiculturalism, RAJNI ANAND LUTHRA AND HARSHAD PANDHARIPANDE look at what the Indian community can take away from Census 2016 By now, you probably know the Census 2016 finding that Indians...