‘Tagore’s books were way ahead of their time’

Although it was Kabuliwalah that drew her closer to Tagore, it was his words about the emancipation of women in the 19th century that really resonated with Radha.

Diwali memories

Most of us have many happy memories of Diwali. Carefree, joyful times spent in the company of family and friends

Doctors Inc

Doctors of Indian origin are recognised by their peers. LP AYER writes
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Kamal Haasan inspires social change in Melbourne Indian Community

The Melbourne Kamal Haasan Welfare Association (MKHWA) organises a musical extravaganza to raise awareness about blood donation, WRITES DHANYA SAMUEL.

Succeeding in business

Deloitte’s Michael McNulty inspires at YSPN Perth event, NISHA JOSEPH reports
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Much-loved son of Punjab remembered

Poetry event marks Bhagat Singh’s birth anniversary writes PUNEET ANAND

Cultural feast via food and artefacts

Multicultural moments at Harmony Day meetFor the first time, a ‘Taste of Harmony’ event was held in the Faculty of Business, Economics and Law (FBEL), organised by Mrs. Reeta Verma, lecturer at La Trobe’s...

Swan Festival of Lights 2018

The southern state of Tamil Nadu was the focus at this year’s Swan Festival in Perth, writes NV KUMAR

This is our city in summer

Indian Link’s top picks for Sydney Festival 2017

RMIT Indian Club marks India’s Independence Day

A friend recently asked if I get goose-bumps while listening to or singing India’s national anthem.Yes, I replied with gusto.We had just finished a ceremony marking India’s 73rd Independence Day at RMIT University, City Campus, organised by...