Sport

Tennis star of the future – Zachary Viiala »

By Kersi Meher-Homji Two 12-year-old Australian elite junior tennis players – Zachary Viiala from Perth and Hana Sonton from the Gold Coast – have been announced as Australia’s representatives for…

May 12 2018 / No Comment / Read More »

The uncapped Karnataka gun and the wizard from Barbados »

By Gaurav Joshi The beauty of the Indian Premier League is the way uncapped players rub shoulder with each other in dressing rooms and despite coming from different corners of…

May 6 2018 / No Comment / Read More »
Community

Richa Sharma mesmerises Sydney with her energetic performance »

By Manju Mittal Richa Sharma needs no introduction to her fans world wide. Richa Sharma, the Indian play back singer,…

May 21 2018 / No Comment / Read More »

Ramadan Eid Bazaar on June 9 in Liverpool’s Whitlam Centre »

After a month long Ramadan fasting, Sydney’s Muslim community is all smiles after observing the month long fast everyone gets…

May 20 2018 / No Comment / Read More »

Shaam-e-Mehfil for a noble cause with Suhas and Savaniee »

By Manju Mittal On May 12, 2018, Mother’s Day weekend, not even a cold chilly wet weather stopped music lovers…

May 19 2018 / No Comment / Read More »

Roanna Gonsalves’ ‘Permanent Resident’ wins Premier’s Literary Award »

Minister for Multiculturalism Ray Williams presented Roanna Gonsalves with the Multicultural NSW Award at the 2018 NSW Premier’s Literary Awards.…

May 18 2018 / No Comment / Read More »
Body Mind Spirit

Shiva – The Cosmic Dancer »

By Kanaka Ramakrishna The Worship of Shiva as ‘Mahayogi’ and ‘Pasupati’ as found in the  Indus valley civilization in the north west of India 5000 years ago, was later integrated into the early Vedic Aryan civilisation as ‘Rudra’, and later as ‘Shiva’. Though the worship…

Feb 16 2018 / No Comment / Read More »

Sleep well with the help from Vastushastra »

By T. SELVA One of the biggest challenge of almost every individual is getting a quality sleep every night. Most of us go to bed but how many of us really get a decent snooze? Getting an adequate number of hours of slumber is important for…

Feb 9 2018 / No Comment / Read More »

The Happy Pill »

By Devaki Parthsarathy Many people ask me why I am so happy all the time. For a bright and chirpy “Good Morning” I receive a rather dejected, “So what’s so good about this morning?” or “Can I have the happy pill you’re on?” or “In…

Jan 5 2018 / No Comment / Read More »
E-Paper

E-Paper October-November 2017 »

The Indian Down Under – E Paper October-November 2017 by indiandownunder on Scribd…

Sep 30 2017 / No Comment / Read More »

E-Paper January-February 2017 »

E paper - January - February 2017

Indian Down Under E Paper Jan-Feb 2017 by indiandownunder on Scribd…

Mar 12 2017 / No Comment / Read More »

E-Paper August-September 2016 »

Indian Down Under August-September 2016 E Paper by indiandownunder on Scribd…

Sep 11 2016 / No Comment / Read More »
Opinion

Much more to do for Australians than 18C

By Vijay Badhwar It’s a sign of a dysfunctional Government which distracts public attention from main issues, matters that matter, towards completely irrelevant issues, unimportant in the context of building a nation, its future and the…

Mar 23 2017 / Read More »

Australian super funds still shy of buying Jaitley’s India story

  By Rekha Bhattacharjee As the Australian visit of India’s Finance Minister Arun Jaitley enters its concluding phase, a section of the media here is already lamenting the tepid reception given to him, while also doubting if he…

Apr 3 2016 / Read More »

Future of World Economy

By Vivek Wadhwa of Stanford Governments, businesses, and economists have all been caught off guard by the geopolitical shifts that happened with the crash of oil prices and the slowdown of China’s economy. Most believe that…

Jan 28 2016 / Read More »
Bollywood

Richa Sharma mesmerises Sydney with her energetic performance

By Manju Mittal Richa Sharma needs no introduction to her fans world wide. Richa Sharma, the Indian play back singer, came to Sydney, with her gifted powerful voice to perform in a live concert.  She is…

May 21 2018 / Read More »

Shaam-e-Mehfil for a noble cause with Suhas and Savaniee

By Manju Mittal On May 12, 2018, Mother’s Day weekend, not even a cold chilly wet weather stopped music lovers to attend Shaam-e-Mehfil organised by Suhas Mahajan and presented by Sewa Australia at Madison Function Centre,…

May 19 2018 / Read More »

I would have not made Raazi without Alia Bhatt: Meghna Gulzar

By Neeru Saluja Sensitive filmmaker Meghna Gulzar has once again delved into narrating a true life story with ‘Raazi’. As the much anticipated film has been receiving raving reviews, the director was both excited and nervous…

May 12 2018 / Read More »
Indian News

Angry Kangaroo, Defiant Tiger

Pokhran II 20th Anniversary By Rekha Bhattacharjee Sydney 11th May 2018  IANS “We can also say the date has been engraved in the history of India as a demonstration of its military power,” Indian Prime Minister…

May 12 2018 / Read More »

Kathua and Unnao – A new low

By Sudha Kumar A week passed by that was filled with festivities, of music and dance, of sumptuous food and laughter, as communities miles away from their motherland came together to celebrate ushering in a New…

Apr 23 2018 / Read More »

Gutter Politics

  By Vijay Badhwar Indian voters are easily excitable. And political goons make no mistake not to exploit them. Imagine a dysfunctional parliament not able to discuss anything for the whole Budget Session, pass legislations without…

Apr 14 2018 / Read More »
Humour

फिर वही दिल ….

संत राम बजाज          कुछ समय पहले मैं ने दिल पर एक लेख –‘दिल ही तो है’ लिखा था जिसे पढ़ने के बाद एक भाई ने कहा कि मैं ने अपने लेख में ‘दिल वाले दुलहनिया…

Apr 29 2018 / Read More »

These Indians are good at making us all laugh

By Anu Jose The Indian All Star Comedy Showcase gave an Indian flavour to the Melbourne Comedy Festival and a new notion that Indians are capable of stand up. Starring Sorabh Pant, Azeem Banatwalla, Rahul Subramanian…

Apr 24 2018 / Read More »

Holi celebrated by ILASA had humour laced at places with serious poetry by local poets

  Indian Literary and Art Society of Australia (ILASA) Inc celebrated Holi in their artistic style on March 11th this year. As the saying goes ‘Bura Na Mano Holi hai’ (do not mind it is Holi),…

Apr 3 2018 / Read More »

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