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The Rolling Stone Sydney Review @ Seymour Centre

Begging the question ‘How can I believe in God when he doesn’t believe in me?’, Director Adam Cook’s interpretation of Chris Urch’s award-winning play presents a fascinating dissection of family, religion, politics and love in a Ugandan landscape eerily similar to our own. Manan Luthra reports.

Book Review: ‘Ritu weds Chandni’ by Ameya Narvankar

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RITU WEDS CHANDNI BOOK COVER
  "But what is wrong with that? Why shouldn't she marry Chandni didi?," asks Ayesha, the young protagonist in Ameya Narvankar's Ritu weds Chandni. The innocent...

Infosys, Accenture to pay for vaccination of their staff

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the infosys pyramid in Bengaluru
  Global software majors Infosys and Accenture have announced that they will pay for the vaccination of their employees. "We will cover the vaccination cost for...

COVID vaccine: Multicultural messaging

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man getting vaccine
  Australia launched its COVID-19 vaccination campaign last week, beginning with frontline workers in hotel quarantine, health care and aged care. But one critical question is...

Sexual assault: what can you do if you don’t want to...

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  *Trigger warning: sexual assault.* The alleged rape of former Liberal Party staffer Brittany Higgins has raised many questions about how sexual assault gets reported. Members of the...

Indian shows and movies to watch in March 2021

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march 2021 shows and movies
  Bombay Begums (Netflix) After the award-winning Lipstick Under My Burkha (2016), director Alankrita Shrivastava is back with another empowering series about women. Set in urban...
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