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Thursday, May 6, 2021

Adelaide

Dr Jagan Mazumdar (left) and Mr Siva Selvakulalingam (right).

Adelaide’s Indian community mourns the loss of veterans Jagan Mazumdar and Siva Selvakulalingam

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  South Australia’s Indian and Sri Lankan communities lost two prominent leaders in the space of three weeks - Dr Jagan Mazumdar and Mr Siva...
Jasmeen Kaur murder, adelaide, aouth australia, flinders ranges, SA police

UPDATED: Jasmeen Kaur found murdered in a shallow grave in remote South Australia

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Content warning UPDATED (11 March): New information has come to light regarding the Jasmeen Kaur case. The Indian student charged with her murder, whose identity...
sharanya kamath, adarsh parekh, brinda murlikrishna

SACE 2020: Learning in lockdown

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  Students share their insights about surviving a stressful and unusual SACE year in 2020 with online classes, some cancelled formals, but a new way...

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

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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...

Toddler stranded in India finally reunited with family

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When Greeshma Patel sent her toddler Prisha to stay with family in Gujarat, she did not foresee that she would not get to see...

A virtual treat in Adelaide

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‘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,...

Immunising Adelaide’s Indian community

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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...
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

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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...

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

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It was that exciting time of year again for the Indians of South Australia – time for the annual Indian Mela in Victoria Square,...
TV Varadarajan musical makes this year’s Thyagaraja Aradhana in Adelaide it a special event

Thyagaraja biopic is show stealer at Shruthi Adelaide event

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TV Varadarajan musical makes this year’s Thyagaraja Aradhana in Adelaide it a special event
Adelaide.Indian Link

What's On in Adelaide

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Some events in Adelaide's Indian community this month
SACE 2019

SACE 2019: Looking back at the last year of school

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Maya Murali 99.10 St Aloysius College  Khevalin Parekh 95.80 Aberfoyle Park High School Reema Madike 99.85 Wilderness School Ayush Lohana 99.15 Saint Ignatius College  Jude Varghese 99.25 Glenunga International High School Swanika Ramkumar 98.5 Adelaide High...

Bushfire relief: How Adelaide’s Indian community chipped in

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The efforts of people volunteering towards the bushfire-affected has been impressive
New parent, new baby, new bundle of joy

New Year with a bundle of joy

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Adelaide's newest parents Nisha Wadhwa and Deepak Bajaj started the New Year with a bundle of joy in their hands, newborn baby Analiya. Born...
Scott Morrison cancel his trip to India

Scott Morrison's planned trip to India has been cancelled.

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India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi has appeared to confirm Scott Morrison's planned trip to India has been cancelled. In a statement issued hours after the...
Smoke in the air and sky turned orange

Victoria's bushfires: Scores of fires are burning out of control across Australia

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Amidst all the celebration of Christmas and New Year, the most dangerous fires on Monday were in the state of Victoria. People in the...
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.

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The Prime Minister and all the Commonwealth public service leaders are permanently offering their at least 20 working days paid leave, or 28 calendar...
Reissuance of OCI Cardholders

Relaxation on the re-issuance of OCI card

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Some Relaxation on the re-issuance of OCI card The holders of the Overseas Citizens of India or OCI cards, who are either below 20 years or above...
JLF Adelaide

Adelaide’s Jaipur Literature Fest, 2019 was a star-studded affair

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Literature Festival nuggets Scottish writer William Dalrymple traces his family back to Mughal princess Noorjehan, but also has some Brahmin blood in his veins. *...

When the Opera House brought out its Diwali sari

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It was a grand start to the Diwali season for Sydney’s Indian community. As the Sydney Opera House lit up in the golden hues...

Susheela Raman sways the audience at Oz Asia Festival 2019

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The splendour of the traditional Indonesian gamelan orchestra hits my eyes as I enter the Space Theatre inside Adelaide’s Festival Centre, venue of the...

Indian links in JLF Adelaide 2019

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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...

OzAsia 2019: Indian Selection

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

Diwali in children’s literature: An engaging book by James Roy

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We should all read a kid’s storybook now and then, it has been claimed. Children’s literature is filled with wisdom. It teaches important life...

A joyous, festive mandala

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Ten-year-old Akhash Karthikeyan of Pennant Hills NSW has won this year’s Indian Link Diwali Art Contest in the 8-12 years category. Maanvi Dayal, 7,...

Gandhi at 150: A photographic tribute, and lessons in relevance:

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Indians the world over have marked a special Gandhi Jayanti this year, his 150th Sesquicentennial celebrations have taken the form of talks, discussions, film...

Stolen Shiva returns home to dance on at remote temple

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  Friday the 13th, a date dreaded in the West, turned out to be a very auspicious day for over 25,000 people in the southern...

Community gathers for a beloved icon: Ganesha festival in Adelaide

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He is the most recognized Hindu deity the world over, and within India, certainly the most loved. The elephant-headed pot-bellied God Ganesha has a 10-day...
Yoga.Indian Link

How Adelaide celebrated International Day of Yoga

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As Adelaide marked the International Day of Yoga this year on 21 June, the sun was clement and showed up for most of the...
Anh Do1.Indian Link

Lessons from the story of Anh Do, the ‘happiest refugee’ in Australia

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It was 700 of us in the Adelaide Convention Centre, and we were all laughing and crying at the same time, thanks to Anh...

Podcasts

Ep 9: What do young Indians want from love?

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Growing up in Indian culture, most of us know that love has never been as popular as marriage. Even in the movies, the main...

Ep 8: Indian links in Indigenous Australian poet Ali Cobby Eckermann’s...

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To celebrate NAIDOC week 2020 (between 8-15 November) I spoke to Yakunytjatjara poet Ali Cobby Eckermann about her time in India where she taught...

Ep 7: In the case of Sushant Singh Rajput

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  The torrid and high-octane Sushant Singh Rajput case has been fodder for Indian people and press for the last few months. The actor’s tragic...
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Goa's Chief Minister Pramod Sawant

Indian states declare journalists as frontline workers

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  Journalists working in Goa will be designated as frontline workers and will be vaccinated against Covid-19 soon, Chief Minister Pramod Sawant said today. "We have...
#bringthemback #strandedaussies Pawan Luthra on ABC The Drum

‘Bring them back’: Pawan Luthra discusses #StrandedAussies on The Drum

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  As the harsh second wave of COVID-19 sweeps through India, its drastic effects on the Indian healthcare system and the sharp rise in infections...
australia dispatches medical supplies to India

Australia dispatches medical supplies to India

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  Australia will deliver essential medical supplies to India today as part of the initial package of support to the Indian government for combatting the...