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Lessons from the story of Anh Do, the ‘happiest refugee’ in Australia

It was 700 of us in the Adelaide Convention Centre, and we were all laughing and crying at the same time, thanks to Anh...

Expert says Oz should collect ethnic data during COVID tests

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  It is important to collect data about ethnic backgrounds of people who come forward for COVID tests because it is essential to planning, says...

My Encounter With Terrorists That Night: 26-11 Taj attack hero writes

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  On the night of the 26/11 terrorist attacks on Mumbai, Marine Commandos of the Indian Navy (MARCOS) entered the Taj, one of the places...

Even in COVID year, Blacktown Diwali Lights Competition 2020 shines on

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  Despite a ‘distanced Diwali’, the irresistible festive spirit continued this year in NSW with Blacktown City Council’s annual Diwali Lights Competition. Blacktown, the third largest...

Recording the histories of Indian ayahs who travelled the world

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  In tracing the relationships between Indians and their colonisers, there’s often one interesting figure who stands out – the Indian ayah. She cared for...

26/11 attacks: 50% justice done, Pak yet to act

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  As India solemnly marks the 12th anniversary of the dastardly terror strikes by 10-heavily armed Pakistani mercenaries on Nov. 26, 2008, full justice eludes...
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