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Thursday, December 3, 2020

Brisbane

Unexpected demise of Indian student in Brisbane

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Harishivashanker Reddy Nagaram, an Indian postgraduate information technology student has died unexpectedly. The institution he attended, Southern Cross University, has extended its deepest sympathy...

How Richi Nayak from QUT is making Twitter safer for women

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Social media can be a great place to feel connected to others and express yourself freely, but at its worst, it can become an...
Brisbane.Indian Link

What's On in Brisbane

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Some events in Brisbane's Indian community this month
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...

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,...

A car rally with multi-faith pitstops: Brisbane tribute to Gandhi

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In a unique tribute to Gandhi on his sesquicentenary, a car rally titled Bapu Peace Drive has made its way through Sikh, Muslim and...

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...

Saare jahan se achcha: Marking India’s Independence Day in Brisbane

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A few months ago, social media circulated a viral forward about TIME magazine’s pre-elections article on Narendra Modi, and faced a barrage of criticism over the...
Sinnathamby.Indian Link

Queen’s Birthday Honours 2019: Mahalingam Sinnathamby, AM

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In the early nineties, an enterprising property developer purchased 2860 hectares of bushland near Brisbane that had been beset by planning problems. He set...
Sharma.Indian Link

Queen’s Birthday Honours 2019: Professor Arun Kumar Sharma, AM

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A look at the career highlights of Prof. Arun Kumar Sharma makes one wonder why his Australian Government honour did not come sooner. The Queensland...

Uni students fundraise for Pulwama

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UQISC sets a noble agenda for 2019, WRITES RAJNI ANAND LUTHRA.

When Mad March begins in February

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It’s been an art-soaked few weeks for the culture vulture

#BalanceForBetter

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GOPIO Gold Coast marks Women’s Day

Indians in Oz

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The FAQs that make us love our Facebook community groups
lalitha kalalaya.Indian Link

Knowing themselves through dance

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Students of the Lalitha Kalalaya school of dance present annual concert, WRITES VISH CHILUMKURTI.

Thinkers and Link-ers

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25 years on, our writers have created for us a canvas that's as full of colours as it is of substance.

Film review: Andhadhun

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For most of its length, Andhadhun functions so efficiently that we put the cause and its effects on hold and go with the action.

Australia #StandsWithKerala

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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.

Kerala: Bringing God’s Own Country back

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Over 400 lives lost, countless homes destroyed, livestock and pets lost – the floods in Kerala have ravaged the state like nothing before. After...

The big dry is here

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It’s time to brace ourselves for the ongoing drought in NSW and Queensland, and pitch in to help afflicted farmers, writes EMIE ROY

Why you haven't got your Australian citizenship yet

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At present, 75 percent of all applications are processed within 14 months and 90 percent within 17 months. Minister for Citizenship and Multicultural Affairs, the Hon Alan Tudge MP explains the reasons for delay in Indian migrants receiving their citizenship.

Design Indian Link's Diwali card and win prizes

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Get those colouring pencils and paints out -- it's time for Indian Link's Diwali contest!

Sashi Cheliah: Winning pins…and hearts

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Two immunity pins and Top 10 of Masterchef Australia: Sashi Cheliah is busy making history of sorts
Loki1.IndianLink

Loki Madireddi's recipe for happiness

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“I never had the sense of self-worth or confidence to apply to MasterChef,” starts Loki (Lokesh) Madireddi, “I simply never thought myself good enough...

Podcasts

Ep8: Indian links in Indigenous Australian poet Ali Cobby Eckermann’s life

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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...

Ep 6: The Indian LGBTQ+ community in 2020

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  It’s been two years since the world’s largest democracy repealed the draconian Section 377 which used to allow discrimination against homosexual people. Only this...

Latest News

CONCORDIA-UNIVERSITY

Guru Nanak Chair set up at Canada’s Concordia University

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To mark the 550th birth anniversary of Guru Nanak Dev Ji, the founder of Sikhism, the Concordia University in Montreal has set up a...

Cross Your Heart, Take My Name by Novoneel Chakraborty: A review

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  Cross Your Heart, Take My Name is a rare Indian book to explore the psychological impact of social media, especially Instagram. Garv Roy Gill and...
farmer protest india

Indian farmers continue protest for seventh day as diaspora joins in

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  As protests against three controversial agriculture laws gain momentum in India, many questions have been raised about the impact of these reforms. There’s growing...