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Enduring Melbourne’s second lockdown without family

Melbourne's second lockdown is proving to be much harsher than the first. With a strict 8 pm to 5 am curfew, this time around,...

William Dalrymple's next being planned & researched through Lockdown

His magnum opus in 2019, ‘Anarchy: The East India Company, Corporate Violence, and the Pillage of an Empire’ has been his most successful and...

My lockdown life: Yaz Mubarakai

Shahyaz Yezdi "Yaz" Mubarakai is a Labor member of the Western Australian Legislative Assembly representing Jandakot.   Born and raised in Mumbai, he moved to...

Farmers’ protests aren’t new in India

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farmer protest india
  Hundreds of thousands of farmers have been protesting in India since September last year in what has become the largest farmers protest in India’s...

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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  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...

Big Indians No Chief

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sydney indian community car rally indian community glenwood gurdwara
  Over the past few weeks, tensions have emerged within some sections of Sydney’s Indian community after a car rally with overtly religious overtures found...

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...
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