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Thursday, December 3, 2020

Indian farmers continue protest for seventh day as diaspora joins in

  As protests against three controversial agriculture laws gain momentum in India, many questions have been raised about the impact of these reforms. There’s growing...

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Rare pangolin rescued near Agra

  A rare and endangered Indian pangolin was rescued by Wildlife SOS after it was seen wandering across a field in Bichpuri village, around 10...

Delhi govt’s decision to engage final year students on COVID duties draws flak

  An association of resident doctors in Delhi has expressed discontent with the Delhi government's latest order to deploy undergraduate MBBS (medicine) and BDS (dentistry)...

26/11 attacks: 50% justice done, Pak yet to act

  As India solemnly marks the 12th anniversary of the dastardly terror strikes by 10-heavily armed Pakistani mercenaries on Nov. 26, 2008, full justice eludes...

Australia India Business Trade Foundation set up to push Indo Aus trade

ASIC has said there is an opportunity to launch 334 Indian organisations in Australia, claimed Rahul Jethi, founding member of the newly launched Australia...

Australian High Commissioner’s RSS visit raises eyebrows

  Human rights and political advocacy organisation The Humanism Project has released a letter of concern addressed to Prime Minister Scott Morrison regarding Australian High...

And a very happy Diwali to you too, Australia Post

  ‘Tis the holiday season - time to spread the cheer. Around this festive time, Indian Link sends hundreds of Diwali cards via Australia Post...
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US Elections 2020: Trump is finally the ‘chosen one’

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Donald Trump has long anointed himself as the saviour of America’s working class, a messiah sent by some higher power. Over the years, Trump...
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The tyranny of a distanced Diwali

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  An Australian classic by well-known historian Geoffrey Blainey uses the phrase, “the tyranny of distance” to describe how distance and isolation has shaped Australia’s...

Tanishq ad: a time to stand together

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A modern, progressive secular country that "wears" its traditions proudly, that is what the Tanishq ad said to me. Eight years ago Tanishq made a...

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Peachy keen! Sugar-free summer recipes

Here are some classic peach recipes with a subtle difference - no sugar, writes GAURAV MASAND

Inside out: Men’s health month

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The other side of Indian festivals

  For the last month, we all have been enjoying the Indian festival season with Navratri, Durga Puja, Diwali, Bhai Duj and Annakut. Though we...

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