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COVID-19: Refunds, waivers for certain temporary visas

Many tourists and other temporary visa holders have been badly affected by the pandemic, a large number stranded in other countries with time ticking...

Suketu Mehta jots down an immigrant's manifesto

People have migrated through the ages, in search of greener pastures, more abundant food sources, better climatic conditions, and after defeat in wars or...

OCI confusion continues

Several families travelling to India were stranded at airports across Australia and New Zealand, as airlines continue the rigid implementation of little-known rules relating...

Welcome Act: Pakistan to host Sikh pilgrims at Kartarpur

The Pakistan government has set up 80 counters at the Kartarpur Corridor to facilitate Sikh pilgrims arriving from India and all over the world...

UK officials threaten Indian woman in coma with deportation

A 31-year-old Indian woman has been threatened with deportation by UK Home Office officials despite being in a coma after undergoing a major operation. Bhavani...

Indian Link exclusive interview: Opposition leader Bill Shorten

The Leader of the Opposition Bill Shorten about why he deserves a turn in government, about issues of concern within Australia’s Indian community, and...

Visa deportation scam

Migrants aned visa holders have been warned by the ACCC about a recent scam which demands $900 from visa holders and migrants

Tandav on Amazon Prime: REVIEW and backlash

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  Tandav opens with a raging kisaan andolan in Greater Noida over a government decision to turn farm land into a SEZ for urbanisation. Soon,...

India’s Buddhist Kung Fu nuns

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Buddhist Kung Fu nuns kicking hard at centuries-old taboos
  They are the Buddhist Kung Fu nuns of Drukpa lineage, known globally for trekking across the Himalayas to pick up trash, paddling through mountain...

Khalsa Aid nominated for Nobel Peace Prize

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  Khalsa Aid, a non-for-profit based in the United Kingdom has been nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize for its humanitarian efforts. Canadian MP Tim Uppal,...

Natarajan: From the dusty fields in Salem to Gabba high

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Natarajan
  Pace bowler T Natarajan had all odds stacked against him growing up. His family, led by a father who toiled for daily wages and...

WATCH: Pujara puts his body on the line at the Gabba

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cheteshwar pujara
  A battered and bruised Indian cricket team soldiered on to a thrilling conclusion of the AUSvIND Test series. The frustrated Australian bowlers tried all the...
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