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In the midst of deep grief, a scholar writes how Hindu rituals taught her to let go

Cultures have built elaborate rituals to help humans process the grief of losing someone. Rituals can hold the core beliefs of a culture and provide a sense of control in an...

BAPS community prepares for spectacular Annakut

NSW Premier Gladys Berejeklian enjoys the mini Annakut by BAPS at Multicultural NSW's Diwali lighting of the Sydney Opera House

The benefits of volunteerism: It's more than all work and no pay

The Indian community is stirring out of its winter hibernation. With the festive season soon upon us, a plethora of activities will start crowding...

26/11 attacks: 50% justice done, Pak yet to act

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  As India solemnly marks the 12th anniversary of the dastardly terror strikes by 10-heavily armed Pakistani mercenaries on Nov. 26, 2008, full justice eludes...

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...

Malayalam film ‘Jallikattu’ is India’s entry for Oscars 2021

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The Malayalam film, Jallikattu, has been selected as the official Indian entry in the Best International Feature Film category at the upcoming 93rd Academy...

Australia v India ODI at Sydney: Indian bowlers and fans stunned...

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Toss between captains on 1st ODI between australia and india
The first post-COVID international cricket match with fans in attendance promised the Indian players a taste of those elements of the game to which...

India’s Pilibhit Reserve gets global award for doubling tiger population

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  The Pilibhit Tiger Reserve (PTR) and the Uttar Pradesh Forest department have bagged the first-ever international award, TX2, for doubling the number of tigers...
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