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Gender equality.Indian Link

Time’s up for complacency

It’s important for men to fight structural inequality just as strongly as women, writes ANEETA MENON

Victoria govt’s big plans for small business

First-generation migrants setting up new ventures to get support, funds, PREETI JABBAL reports

Stitching it together

Textile and fashion academics form UTS collaborate with master embroiderers in India to bring new life to India’s rich heritage of thread-work
Dr Mukesh Haikerwal.IndianLink

Dr Mukesh Chandra Haikerwal, AC: The good doctor

For eminent service to medical governance, administration, and technology, and to medicine, through leadership roles with a range of organisations, to education and the not-for-profit sector, and to the community of western Melbourne. Writes PREETI JABBAL

Melbourne prays for Pulwama

Amidst the sorrow and the anger, the calls for peace are strong as the Indian-Australian community pay homage to slain soldiers in Kashmir

The Delaneys of Delhi

The Aussie family that calls a Delhi slum home finds that happiness has new meaning for them, writes HAMIDA PARKAR

Australia #StandsWithKerala

As Kerala is getting back on its feet Australia is joining in to help, and the vigil in Melbourne was one of those in many Australian cities to support and #StandWithKerala.

Dr Gondane takes his leave

A special event was hosted by the Indian Consulate in Melbourne recently, to bid farewell to Indian High Commissioner Dr. Ajay M. Gondane. During his tenure HC Gondane energetically pursued the interests...

#JusticeForAsifa: Australian & Indian intelligentsia sign letter of petition

Prominent writers, artists, theatre practitioners, musicians and academics from Australia have signed a letter expressing outrage against the brutal rape and murder that has shocked nations across the world.

Gladys Berejiklian announces $1.6mn partnership between India and NSW

The Premier today announced a two-year $1.58 million partnership between NSW and India