Monday, January 25, 2021

Articles by Sukrit Sabhlok

Australia’s health care system is fine…

… until you get sick. The public health system will do just enough to keep you alive; it won’t improve your quality of life, writes SUKRIT SABHLOK

Steal from the rich, give to the poor

Let the dole bludgers have their cake, argues SUKRIT SABHLOK

Helping to educate India's children

A group of students from Monash University sees India up close, writes SUKRIT SABHLOK

Indian links at the Victoria 2014 elections

Passion for community work and a desire to effect change appear to be motivating factors for the Indian-origin Australians in the fray at this year’s state elections, writes SUKRIT SABHLOK

What’s responsible for rising divorce rates?

Marriage used to be for life, but now it seems to be until your next wife, writes SUKRIT SABHLOK

Why Section 18C should have been repealed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

Youth unemployment issues

A whole generation of young people are entering the labour market with little prospect of success, believes SUKRIT SABHLOK

Osama bin Laden is gone, but terrorism is not

New solutions need to be sought to eradicate terrorism, as al-Qaeda grows stronger in North Africa and the Middle East, writes SUKRIT SABHLOK
Sukrit is a Masters candidate at Monash University and owner of First Class Law Tutoring

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