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Moon landing 50th anniversary: What’s your impossible?

This month we mark the 50th anniversary of the moon landing. It was on 20th July 1969 that Neil Armstrong became the first man to walk on our closest celestial neighbour. For most of us,...

Excuse me sir, there’s beer in my soup!

No, that’s not a typo! We’re talking beer in your broth, writes DHANYA SAMUEL
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The many ways in which modern life can be oh-so-annoying

A man raised by wolves in a forest says he misses his old life. Living as a wolf cub in a Spanish wilderness was much less stressful than modern life, Marcos Rodríguez Pantoja told...
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How Melbourne celebrated International Day of Yoga (in pics)

Last Friday, the world celebrated the 5th International Day of Yoga (IDY) with plenty of gusto and enthusiasm. When we think about the origins of yoga, we envision sadhus and yogis on Himalayan peaks and...

When Yoga went Abroad

When we think about the origins of Yoga, we envision sadhus and yogis on Himalayan peaks and in jungles, living an ascetic life. Fast forward to 2019, when chic studios are brimming with athleisure-clad,...
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Men’s health: encouraging men to be brave enough to be vulnerable

The predictability and focus required for daily life can act as a distractor from attending to things that, if not attended, can shake us, break us, unmake and remake us. The life changing experiences...
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Indian Link loves: our favourite things to read, listen, eat and watch

Indian Link recommends - A graphic novel by Mira Jacob, a podcast by a desi abroad, amazing south Indian filter coffee and a hard look at the struggles of aspiring IITians. READ Good Talk, a graphic memoir...
dementia5.Indian Link

Why fats can be good for you: how your diet can help ward off...

Living in Melbourne, I get severe bouts of homesickness for traditional foods, and that is when I start calling my extended family for recipes. One afternoon, I called my great aunt for an uppuma...

Indian Link lists a few of our favourite things

Indian Link's favourites to read, listen to, eat, and watch for the month. If you're looking to try new things, this is place to find them!
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“Your bowel matters,” says Pink Sari with its incredible new initiative

They are a winning combination and they are determined to replicate their recent success with other equally empowering missions. After dispelling the shame and stigma around breast cancer, Pink Sari Inc, Multicultural Health Communication Services...