Cuisine for mind and body balance

Ayurvedic cooking teaches you to eat right using simple ingredients and techniques, finds PINKY BHATIA

The ghosts of a literary Indian hill-station that haunt the writers of the present

ARUP K CHATTERJEE of O.P. JINDAL GLOBAL UNIVERSITY explores the English literary traditions of The Doon in Uttarakhand

Samskriti’s ‘Abhijnana Shakuntalam’ leaves audience spellbound

“If you want the bloom of youth and fruit of later years, If you want what enchants, fulfils, and nourishes, If you want heaven and earth contained...

Queen’s Birthday Honours 2020: Lakshman Prasad Alluri, OAM

While 2020 may go down for most of us as The Year That Never Was, for Canberra’s Lakshman Prasad Alluri it will be a memorable year.

Discovering the healing power of yoga

Enthusiasts come together to celebrate International Day of Yoga in Fitzroy. EMLY ITEE DEWAN writes

Festive sweets!

Celebrate the season with these mouth-watering treats

Taking the e-nitiative

With eVidyaloka, NISHTHA SHARMA is helping to educate children in rural India through Skype

RMIT Indian Club supports Melb students with free groceries

At a time when Victoria reels from the impact of the coronavirus, students from RMIT University's Indian Club decided to make a difference in their own way.

Decoding diabetes

The qualitative study aims to understand patients’ understanding of the Australian healthcare system, their medication taking behaviour, disease management, and health promotion.
China.Indian Link

Stop this China obsession, India is more your cup of chai

$44 million to appease China? Or to reward China for political interference in our democracy? It was with a mixture of interest and horror that I deduced the above from a front page story...