As summer begins, be careful when going out for a swim

Summer’s here and the beach is where we’ll head to as much as possible over the next few months. Sea shore, river banks or lakes - lovely cool water, and possibly water sports, make...

Youth for climate justice

Young leaders are rising to the challenge many of us have sought to address
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Indian Link exclusive interview: Opposition leader Bill Shorten

The Leader of the Opposition Bill Shorten about why he deserves a turn in government, about issues of concern within Australia’s Indian community, and about the Australia-India relationship. Welcome to Indian Link, Mr Shorten. Namaste and...

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...

Melbourne car crash tragedy: A fundraiser for the family

UPDATE: As per a press release from The Royal Melbourne Hospital on behalf of the Panicker family, George sustained minor injury and his wife Manju is recovering in intensive care unit. Friends and loved ones have come...

Shivali Nayak

In an era of heightened concern about diversity, Shivali Nayak, listed in this year’s 40 Under 40 Most influential Asian-Australians, has experienced the double whammy of bias based on her ethnicity as well as gender....

Australian Government to return three more stolen artefacts to India

When PM Scott Morrison visits India in January 2020, he will take with him three stolen artefacts (statues) from the National Gallery of Australia (Canberra). These include a...

New Oz-India economic strategy aims at $100 billion investment

The report said it would see Australian exports to India grow from $14.9 billion in 2017 to around $45 billion in the next 20 years, and outward Australian investment to India rise from $10.3 billion to over the $100 billion mark.
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Australian Findings Could End Global TB Epidemic

Testing relatives of TB sufferers for the deadly disease will double diagnosis rates, and could save thousands of lives each year, a ground-breaking Australian-led study has confirmed

Harinath announcement comes at Parliament’s Independence Day event

The oldest parliament in Australia has marked several important calendar events for the state’s Indian community, but it is believed this is the first time the anniversary of India’s Independence was celebrated here.