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‘Bulbul Can Sing’ to open the Indian Film Festival of Melbourne

National Award winning Assamese filmmaker Rima Das' Bulbul Can Sing has been selected as the opening film of the Indian Film Festival of Melbourne,...

ICC Cricket World Cup 2019: Looking at India, Australia and England

The concept of home team advantage is perhaps more prevalent in cricket than in any other sport. With each international cricket team struggling to...

Book review: Slice Girls by Dr Joan Arakkal is a thought-provoking...

If we were to look back over the last decade, we would agree that globally, a collective awakening took place. This awakening prompted introspection,...

India to respond to Australia’s White paper on trade

The Indian economic strategy released last year by the Australian government - put together over eleven months by former diplomat Peter Varghese - has...

Democracy battles Uncertainty – Australian Election 2019

On a global scale, the most reliable element of democracy in the last three years has been its unrelenting uncertainty. Closer to home in the...

The pull of studying abroad for Indian students: Australia preferred choice

The growth in India's middle class and the strong aspiration among India's young to be part of a global workforce have emerged as key...

The meaning of Anzac Day according to young Indian Australians

Young Indian Australians share their thoughts

Starting out at Uni

RITAM MITRA on what new students - and parents - can expect from the next few years

India, Australia and Southeast Asia

An Asian regional relationship needs to be enhanced and maintained, beyond traditional ties, writes NOEL G DESOUZA