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Remembering Saroj Khan: check out her Top 5 dance performances

  Saroj Khan, a talented dancer and Bollywood's first female choreographer, has left behind a legacy unlike any other. Her career spanned over forty years...

Ancient dance tradition thrives on in Melbourne

It was dazzling display of dance and discipline which left the audience mesmerized, as the Narthana Sorubalaya Bharatanatyam School in Melbourne showcased its very...

Bhoomi: Mother Earth Speaks – A music and dance event

Seetha suffered considerably due to Rama’s over-adherence to dharma (righteousness), but stoically, she did not give voice to her torment. It was left for...

Gandhi at Jubilee Park, Parramatta: A unique celebration

When the life-size Gandhi statue arrived in Parramatta’s Jubilee Park in November 2018, presented by the Indian government and unveiled by President Ram Nath Kovind, it was...

Indian dance group reaches semi-final of AGT

Mumbai-based dance group V Unbeatable's flips and tricks helped it enter semi-final of "America's Got Talent", a popular reality competition series. "Prepare to FLIP cause...

Overseas performers add vivacity to Shruthi Adelaide’s Vibrance show

On the first day of winter, Adelaide Carnatic music lovers enjoyed, besides an unusual balmy evening, a classical cultural bonanza thanks to Shruthi Adelaide....

Nine-year-old dancer shows all the markings of a dance prodigy

All the world’s a stage, believes Sagarika Venkat, who is determined to be one of its rising stars with her dance. Doubly blessed to have...

Nautch review: Brown women pissed off about colonialism

Set in Tasma Terrace and asked to reimagine a British merchant’s drawing room as an opulent Indian palace, Nautch is a show that is...

The other side of Indian festivals

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  For the last month, we all have been enjoying the Indian festival season with Navratri, Durga Puja, Diwali, Bhai Duj and Annakut. Though we...

Australian High Commissioner’s RSS visit raises eyebrows

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  Human rights and political advocacy organisation The Humanism Project has released a letter of concern addressed to Prime Minister Scott Morrison regarding Australian High...

4 Indian female poets you need to read

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As more and more female poets publish their works as collections and anthologies, modern Indian literature is enriched with diverse voices and expressions of...

‘Delhi Crime’ becomes first Indian show to win International Emmy

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  Web series Delhi Crime has won the Best Drama Series award at the 48th International Emmy Awards, held virtually this year owing to the...

10 Australian players all set to join the Indian Super League

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  The Australian links in the upcoming Indian Super League (ISL), which starts later this month, are gradually increasing. Ahead of its seventh edition, the ISL...
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