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Sanjay Alapakkam: Law Student of the Year

Fourth-year UNSW student Sanjay Alapakkam is far from the typical lawyer you might see on television. You...

Championing Sydney on the world stage

Receiving accolades is not new for Professor Deo Prasad AO, a Scientia Professor at UNSW’s Faculty of...

Indian-origin researcher turns banana waste into packaging material in Sydney

Associate Professor Jayashree Arcot discovered a novel way to turn banana waste into packaging material.An Indian-origin researcher-led...

Indian-origin researcher wins award for work on batteries

Dr Neeraj Sharma from the University of New South Wales (UNSW)Dr Neeraj Sharma from the...

Keeping Gandhi’s light alight: UNSW Gandhi Jayanti celebrations

The most influential figure in humanity.That’s how Laurie Pearcey, Pro Vice Chancellor of UNSW, chose to describe...

Dr Jagnoor Jagnoor

With a background in dental surgery from India, Dr Jagnoor Jagnoor presently works as a Senior Lecturer at UNSW’s Faculty of Medicine....

UNSW Sydney to help Pune become a ‘smart and accessible city’

In a bid to plan a "smart and accessible city", the Pune Smart City Development Corporation Ltd. (PSCDCL) has partnered with the University of...

Gandhi: Love him or hate him?

Writer Thomas Keneally delivers the annual Gandhi Oration. RADHIGA DEY reports

Why do South Asians love political dynasties?

South Asian cultures still defer to traditional authority, while Western cultures strongly question it, says TANVEER AHMED

Indian HRD minister’s visit

Collaborative research ties between Australia and India are set to increase in the fields of health and energy, writes DEEKSHA CHOPRA