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A car rally with multi-faith pitstops: Brisbane tribute to Gandhi

In a unique tribute to Gandhi on his sesquicentenary, a car rally titled Bapu Peace Drive has...

A relationship of promise: Interview with Dr. Ajay Gondane

With just a few weeks to go before his three-year tenure finishes, India’s High Commissioner to Australia Dr Ajay Gondane sat down with Indian...

Lawson Tanner: How a love for Hindi films led to a...

When Lawson Tanner sings Galliyan teri galliyan (the Ankit Tiwari number from the film Ek Villain), you might as well believe he means it as a...

Community gathers for a beloved icon: Ganesha festival in Adelaide

He is the most recognized Hindu deity the world over, and within India, certainly the most loved. The elephant-headed pot-bellied God Ganesha has a 10-day...

Saare jahan se achcha: Marking India’s Independence Day in Brisbane

A few months ago, social media circulated a viral forward about TIME magazine’s pre-elections article on Narendra Modi, and faced a barrage of criticism over the...

Siddharth Banerjee’s Bengali short film Samparka

  Melbourne based actor-director Siddharth Banerjee recently released his Bengali film Samparka, Australia’s first ever Bengali feature film (65 mins). Samparka (Bengali for relationships), revolves around two couples...

AIBC NSW: New Challenges

"There is such potential to increase trade between New South Wales and India, that it is slightly disappointing that we are not capturing these opportunities," Sameer...

‘Mission Mangal’ is Akshay’s highest grosser in Australia

"Mission Mangal", which revolves around the story of India's Mangalyaan or the Mars Orbiter Mission, has become actor Akshay Kumars highest-grossing film in Australia. "'Mission...

Dutton’s duplicity laid bare

The dichotomy that is Peter Dutton is perhaps best revealed by the stark contrast between his treatment of a European au pair who was due...

‘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,...