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Healthier & Eco-friendly: Home-made Cookies recipe

Buying the occasional packet of yours or your child’s favourite biscuits or cookies is not a crime. It’s a treat, an indulgence that has...

Simple tips to start composting in your backyard today

There is a consensus amongst most scientists that man's negative influence on climate change is for real. One way to tackle that at a...

Bushfires, Jacaranda, Poppies and more at Preschoolers art exhibition

Bushfires. Burnt trees. Blooming jacarandas. Poppies on Remembrance Day. These quintessential Australian motifs were all seen in beautiful artworks at a recent art exhibition,...

The greening of Delhi’s Gurdwara Bangla Sahib

Gurdwara Bangla Sahib has decided to ban use of all types of plastics in the shrine complex to commemorate 550th birth anniversary of Guru...

Celebrate this Raksha Bandhan with eco-friendly seed rakhis

A silent movement to curb pollution is underway in Jaipur with thousands of people working to produce plastic-free plantable ‘Seed Rakhi’ for the upcoming...

Bamboo replaces plastic, giving Goa polls an eco-friendly touch

Electioneering in Goa went green this year, with bamboo products replacing plastic items for the majority of poll-related paraphernalia. According to Chief Electoral Officer Kunal,...

Making a case for eco-friendly alternatives to disposable plastic

I recently attended a function that highlighted our over-dependence on disposable plastic items. It was a joyful atmosphere, with colourful decorations, children running around,...

South Asians talking about Mardi Gras

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Queer support group Trikone Australia’s Alan Maurice, Kunal Mirchandani and Ravin chat with Bageshri Savyasachi
  Pride week has already begun in Australia! Since Sydney's fabulous Mardi Gras parade is coming up this weekend, I had a chat with members...

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...

Little red rubies: 5 pomegranate recipes to try this weekend

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pomegranate
  Can you please peel the pomegranate for me, I said to my daughter recently as I rushed madly to finish last minute jobs before...

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...

WATCH: Hindi poem about women empowerment

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women empowerment
  Ever have those days where nothing is going your way? You feel demotivated and wonder, "what's the point?". The last couple of weeks in Australia...
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