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‘Nobody Left Behind’, a campaign to help temporary migrants

COVID-19 has sent governments around the world scrambling to implement stimulus packages to encourage spending and keep their teetering economies from collapsing. Australia’s focus,...

New English language requirement a hark back to White Australia Policy?

There is dismay and anger in Australia’s multicultural community at the government's recent announcement regarding new language requirements for Partner visa applicants and their...

Amitav Ghosh's Gun Island review: Magic of the Bonduki story

Gun Island By Amitav Ghosh Journeys to distant lands, migration and ancient connections between civilisations are recurring themes in Amitav Ghosh's books. His latest offering, Gun...

WATCH: Hindi poem about women empowerment

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  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...

Women in Business 2021 report: India ahead of global average ...

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India ranks third in the world for women working in senior management positions, according to the Women in Business 2021 report by global accounting...

WATCH: An Indian and an Aussie swap morning routines

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  It might not be fair to compare the lifestyle of an Aussie with the lifestyle of an Indian... but it sure can bring out...

Indian art at Melb’s NGV Triennial 2020-21

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Siji Krishnan, Father’s portrait 2016 (watercolour on rice paper) 134.6 x 315.0 cm. National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne
  The National Gallery of Victoria (NGV) Triennial is an art exhibition organised every three years which displays works of contemporary artists and designers across...

I’m a sexual assault counsellor. Here’s why it’s so hard for...

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  As a senior sexual assault counsellor working with Sydney’s Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, I often sit across from people on the worst day of...
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