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Treasure trio of docos

Three well-made documentaries tell diverse stories of the transgender community, poets and activists, writes UTTAM MUKHERJEE

Gifted dancers in depressing piece

Although the subject was relevant and the performance commendable, Zameen was unfortunately dismal, writes DEEPA GOPINATH

Rocking with Raghu

The Raghu Dixit Project performing at Parramasala 2013 was a treat for Kannadigas, writes SHRADDHA ARJUN

Hunterwali rides again!

An iconic Aussie heroine of the Indian screen makes memorable comeback at Parramasalla, writes USHA RAMANUJAM ARVIND

Dance, music and masti define Parramasala

The opening ceremony of the 2013 festival resulted in a mass street party full of fun and frolic, writes ASTHA SINGH

The unique pole act

The ancient sport of mallakhamb is introduced to Australia with jaw-dropping results, says USHA RAMANUJAM ARVIND

Magical fairyland of dance

Aakash Odedra’s stunningly acute performance in Rising at Parramasala 2013 leaves the audience spellbound, says DEEPA GOPINATH

SRK for Sydney!

So the rumours are true! Shahrukh Khan, Bollywood’s most loved personality, is due to come to our shores for Parramasala

Women, what would you tell your school age self?

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Dr Michelle Ananda-Rajah twitter thread
  Ahead of International Women's Day on 8 March, Monash University's Dr Michelle Ananda-Rajah was asked to speak at a girl's school. The inspiring academic,...

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...

We asked children around the world what they knew about COVID

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  During the pandemic, children have been separated from family and friends, schools have been closed and there have been limitations on important activities, such...

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...

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...
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