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Saving Hindi at La Trobe

  A video message prepared by Dr Ian Woolford of La Trobe University, to save Hindi studies from being terminated due to COVID-caused financial hardships,...

3rd Vimla Luthra Memorial Hindi Poetry Contest

The third Vimla Luthra Memorial Hindi Poetry contest was held as part of Hindi Diwas celebrations in Sydney in mid-September. The contest was hosted by...

Why I chose Hindi for my HSC and why you should too

You might not know this, but the NSW Government’s Department of Education offers Hindi as a subject in High School. Hindi? You’re thinking. I wouldn’t...

Netflix launches Hindi-language user interface

In a new move to allow more Indian users to easily discover, access and enjoy their favourite streaming content in the country, Netflix has...

Drop in for a chai and a chat in Hindi

Namaste! Aap kaise hai?” enquired a pleasant voice with a discernible Australian accent. “Aapka naam kya hain? Mera naam Teela hai.” Meet Teela Mah, an Anglo-Indian-Australian and...

When Hindi lovers gather: Hindi Diwas Celebrations

The Indian Consulate in Sydney hosted Hindi Diwas on 14 Sept. Organised by the Indian Literary and Art Society of Australia (ILASA) and Bhartiya Vidya Bhavan...

Hindi Diwas at IABBV Hindi School

The Vimla Luthra Memorial Hindi Poetry Competition is a highlight, among other activities including skits, dances and a Gandhi exhibition

Kate Tempany’s quest to learn Hindi changed her life

It was 1989; Australians were angry – angry at the rapid growth of American influence all over Australia. It was then that Kate Tempany all...

PM Modi: ‘Frontline workers will be first to get Covid vaccine’

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  Prime Minister Narendra Modi has announced that health and frontline workers will get priority when it comes to getting the Covid vaccine when it...

NSW restrictions eased in time for Christmas

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  More people will be allowed to gather both at home and in outdoor public spaces, and smaller hospitality venues can increase their capacity under...

Recording the histories of Indian ayahs who travelled the world

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  In tracing the relationships between Indians and their colonisers, there’s often one interesting figure who stands out – the Indian ayah. She cared for...

Planning a road trip in a pandemic? 11 tips for before...

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  As restrictions ease around the country and the prospect of travel beckons, many of us will be planning road trips for the holiday season. To...

5 ways to combat body odour while running

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  Sweating and perspiration is an inevitable part of running which will result in strong body odour. Whether you are a distance runner or a...
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