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Aus tourism.Indian Link

India will be a leading source market for Australia tourism: Deloitte report

India will be the leading source market for tourism in Australia in the next three years, a recent report by professional services firm Deloitte has said. The report adds that Australia will reach its target...
Census 2016.Indian Link

DYK these facts about Hindus in Oz from Census 2016?

Hindus welcomed Lord Ganesh into their homes on 25 August as the 10-day festival dedicated to the elephant-headed god. It one of the most important days of observance on the Hindu calendar. There certainly were...
Sikh.Indian Link

We Are Sikhs: Sikh TV campaign in US increases positive view of community

78 per cent of those who had seen the TV commercials said they know something about Sikhism.
basketball.Indian Link

Indian basketball heroes set to make NBL history

Vishesh Bhriguvanshi and Amritpal Singh have been signed on by Adelaide 36ers and Sydney Kings respectively
judi dench and ali fazal.Indian Link

Judi and Ali rule the red carpet at Victoria and Abdul premiere

Lucknow lad Ali plays Abdul Karim in the Stephen Frears directorial, in which Dench is seen as Queen Victoria.
adelaide.Indian Link

Mood India

The year, 1947. The date, 15 August. The feeling, euphoria. The reason, Independence from British rule at long last, after a long and arduous struggle at every level of society, every region of India...

How technology has made Haj easier and safer

Saudi Arabia has ensured the safe passage and mass movement of pilgrims, leveraging the power of technology to enhance security, communication, transportation, accommodation and health services.

We want a clean India

Community support grows for PM Modi’s Clean India Campaign, writes PREETI DAGA

Deadly mass shooting in Las Vegas, death toll rises to 58

Stephen Paddock opened fire with automatic weapons on concertgoers from the 32nd floor of the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino on Sunday night.

Over the fence: What do our Neighbours look like in 2017?

Indian families have been a part of Australian society for many decades but it is only now we’re beginning to see a reflection of this on screen. ANEETA MENON reports