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Monday, January 25, 2021

Articles by Nanditha Suresh

When an engineer turns baker…the cakes get a bit of movement

What kind of a birthday cake would you make for a Luna Park obsessed teenager? A Ferris wheel cake would bring the house down,...

An Australian foundation working for the needy in Dehradun

Two World War II veterans, one foundation with the sole aim of providing relief to those suffering, 60 years and counting. Nestled in the...

An eco-friendly Ganesh Chaturthi

Made with terracotta pottery clay, the idols dissolve in water upon immersion and do not pollute the environment.

Power of an idea

Harpreet’s pitches are anchored on bridging different cultures and bringing the local community closer.

Creating women leaders

Vaishali Vijay is one of the few women in the higher ranks of ICT industry. She hopes it doesn’t stay that way, writes NANDITHA SURESH

Armogam Murgan, OAM: Community as family

For service to the Indian community of Sydney, writes NANDITHA SURESH.

Let’s learn Telugu

Sydney grandfather creates syllabus for Telugu language schools in NSW

Destigmatising dementia

First-of-its-kind support group launched for Indian-Australians. NANDITHA SURESH reports.
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Nanditha is a food blogger, qualified journalist, writer and editor. Her passion for writing includes feature articles, lifestyle, food, and fashion.

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