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I never considered being upset by a YES vote

Equality campaigner ANEETA MENON on what the postal survey results really mean for multicultural communities
Confluence.Indian Link

Confluence, or a trickle?

With its limited reach and menu, the Festival of India in Australia runs the risk of not engaging with mainstream Australians. PAWAN LUTHRA writes.

Editorial: Time to talk

The very basic need to talk and to connect face-to-face, even in a world ruled by social media, is as strong as ever, writes PAWAN LUTHRA

Moving from a disadvantaged position

It is essential to maximise jobs for long term socio-economic stability, writes NOEL G DESOUZA

Seeking reparations – the Shashi Tharoor way!

SANAM SHARMA on why SHASHI THAROOR's viral video is a much needed vision of Modern India for the rest of the world

India’s reservations over Sino-Pak nuclear deal

When PM Modi visits China later this year, no doubt the Sino-Pak nuclear energy agreements will be up for discussion, writes LINDSAY HUGHES

Hijab and the workplace

What is the problem with wearing hijab in the workplace? Is it the fear of judgement, of being sneered at? Or, is it the fear of becoming the unknowable other, that there is nothing...

Why the myopic view?

While the media and government induced furore on the ‘boat’ people continues, the public must be made aware of honest facts and practical solution writes MALLI IYER in our October (1) 2012 issueGlobal perceptions...

Indian-origin diplomats in New Delhi: Australia was a trendsetter

The Australian Foreign Service initiated a multicultural presence in the western diplomatic corps long before it became the norm in India, writes RAKESH AHUJA

A deeper shade of blue to be ‘true blue’

Perhaps those who are designing the new visa and citizenship systems need to have their own Australian values tested, writes PAWAN LUTHRA