Pawan Luthra on Stan Grant’s Matter Of Fact, ABC News, Thursday 15 Nov 2018

When Stan Grant of ABC News discussed Australia’s place in the new Asian world order on his show Matter Of Fact, Pawan Luthra joined him as guest alongside Michael Wesley of ANU and Merriden Varrall of KPMG Australia.

Why Virat makes them mad

Why the Australian cricket-loving public seem to have a special love-hate relationship with the Indian cricket captain

Into our 25th year

To our readers and listeners and followers, we are deeply in your debt for your trust in Indian Link.

Youth is the key: Craig Jeffrey on #Sec377

India’s youngsters have to lead the charge in bringing about major social reforms says CRAIG JEFFREY

The ref has ruled

In today’s world where decisions are microscopically scrutinised with social media trolls ready to pounce, abuse and vilify, being an umpire, a referee or an adjudicator is not an easy job.

What the Canberra shenanigans mean for Aus-India ties

The recent paper on Australia’s India economic strategy by Peter Varghese is a brilliant roadmap of how Australia can work with one of the fastest growing economies in the world. Yet, the low-key launch of the report led to murmurings of a ‘burial’.

Independence Day: Free to be free

On an individual level, we struggle against self-created obstructions in our own minds that keep us from living fully free lives. Identifying these internal and external shackles is the first step towards reclaiming freedom.

Why I teach Premchand to my Australian students

Premchand’s writing is relevant today, because it opens the door for authors such as Omprakash Valmiki who write from the margins. Premchand taught me to read Hindi literature. The list goes on, and fills my office bookshelves. For this, I am grateful to Premchand and wish all readers good fortune on his birth anniversary.
curry.Indian Link

The politics of curry

I wondered how one could possibly munch curry? The way I understood it, curry, being a liquid, could be eaten with rice or one could even drink it as one did rasam and even sambhar. But there was no way one could munch curry as if it were a biscuit.
Practice.Indian Link

Practice makes perfect?

The idea of ‘perfection’ we seek in our kids’ endeavours from constant practice is deeply flawed. By MOHAN DHALL