Section 18C: Another nail in the coffin?

With a one-seat lead in the current Parliament, PAWAN LUTHRA asks, how can the Coalition disregard the flow-on effects within the multicultural vote bank?

Why Section 18C should have been repealed

If we don’t allow for free speech for the worst members of society, then ‘free speech’ doesn’t hold much weight, writes SUKRIT SABHLOK

Irrational exuberance?

PAWAN LUTHRA on property prices in Sydney, which seem to be achieving new heights. Reports of sales well above their reserve levels

It's our nineteenth birthday!

In October 2013, Indian Link newspaper turns 20. We started as a 24-page black-and-white monthly publication, writes PAWAN LUTHRA

Is doing business in India really easier now?

AMIT KAPOOR on what the World Bank’s new Doing Business ranking really means for India.

Tackling youth radicalisation

PAWAN LUTHRA gives his views on a way forward following the Parramatta terror incident

Fortitude through Facebook

One has the choice of letting the networking site discourage and destroy, or inspire and initiate, writes SHAFEEN MUSTAQ

What women want

The film ‘Lipstick Under My Burkha’ gets applause for its frank portrayal of female sexuality. APARNA ANANTHUNI writes.

The ticking time bomb for image conscious teens

It’s important for young girls to embrace a positive body image rather than obsess over unrealistic standards, writes SARGUN BHATIA

India’s reservations over Sino-Pak nuclear deal

When PM Modi visits China later this year, no doubt the Sino-Pak nuclear energy agreements will be up for discussion, writes LINDSAY HUGHES