Freedom: One spirit, many forms

A tribute to India in dance, writes VISH CHILUMKURTI

The more we play together…

The more we play together…… the happier we’ll be. Multicultural festival presents mind boggling variety

Sunny Chandra: For immigration and regional development

IT entrepreneur Sunny Chandra, a candidate for the Senate in the upcoming Federal Elections, talks to PREETI JABBAL

Young violinist to perform with Australian World Orchestra in India

Sagar Nagaraj has been invited to perform in India this month as part of the prestigious Australian World Orchestra (AWO), writes USHA RAMANUJAM ARVIND

Delhi team wins $1mn XPrize for safety device inspired by Nirbhaya

The pendant-like electronic device can send an alert within seconds of being activated to family and police giving the exact location of the victim

A breath of fresh air for Rahi Masoom Raza’s Scene 75

Poonam Saxena manages to capture the essence of the original Hindi-Urdu novel in her rendition.

When the Kem chhos came to Oz

On being vegetarian and Hindu in 1970s Australia, and how the Garba was launched. PAWAN LUTHRA on a new book about the Gujarati community
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‘Call to Action’ interfaith forum addresses domestic violence, safety

Promoting respectful relationships to enhance safety and well-being was the primary focus at Whitehorse Council’s 'Call to Action' interfaith forum, held at Box Hill Town Hall, recently.The event provided an opportunity for pooling the...

Seniors: Preserving personal history

A RAIN project captures the challenges and triumphs in the life stories of its members, writes SAROJA SRINIVASAN

Why AR Rahman loves Melbourne

PREETI JABBAL speaks with famed musical icon AR Rahman ahead of his visit Down Under