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Toddler stranded in India finally reunited with family

When Greeshma Patel sent her toddler Prisha to stay with family in Gujarat, she did not foresee that she would not get to see her daughter for an...
PM and the leaders are getting paid leave if they volunteer for firefighters in NSW

Commonwealth public servants who volunteer will be given extra leaves to fight bushfires.

Prime Minister Scott Morrison addressing the Press, (Pic Source: Internet)The Prime Minister and all the Commonwealth public service leaders are permanently offering their at least 20 working...

Indian links in JLF Adelaide 2019

JLF Adelaide is the only Australian satellite event for the iconic Jaipur Literature Festival (JLF) which returns with three days of transnational celebration and cultural exchange at Adelaide Festival Centre from 1 - 3 November.

Bushfire relief: How Adelaide’s Indian community chipped in

The efforts of people volunteering towards the bushfire-affected has been impressive

Behind the ‘I Am Aussie’ posters that celebrate Oz migrants

When waiting outside a popular street-food restaurant in Harris Park for a takeaway recently, I noticed a striking poster on the blank wall of the car-park. It was a picture, now frayed...

OzAsia 2019: Indian Selection

At the OzAsia Festival this year, there are some excellent artistes of Indian origin, it seems at least one, if not more, in each of the spheres – dance, music, theatre, art,...

It’s barfi, Bharatnatyam and Bollywood at annual Indian Mela

It was that exciting time of year again for the Indians of South Australia – time for the annual Indian Mela in Victoria Square, smack-dab in the...
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A virtual treat in Adelaide

‘Never say never’ seems to be the spirit of Shruthi, Adelaide’s carnatic music lovers’ group. With COVID-19 restrictions on social gatherings limiting cultural events, Shruthi Adelaide decided to continue with their customary...
The Indian-origin academic was conferred the Order of the Rising Sun for his extensive contributions in the field of Japan studies.

Adelaide’s Prof. Purnendra Jain wins Japan’s highest civilian order

Prof. Purnendra Jain of the University of Adelaide was recently awarded the Order of the Rising Sun, Gold Rays with Neck Ribbon by the government of Japan on behalf of...

Immunising Adelaide’s Indian community

When the pandemic hit, many people in the community needed support. Those in self-quarantine needed groceries, international students needed food and financial assistance, and people in high-risk...