Sport

India defeats Indonesia on Day 3 of the Sudirman Cup »

India’s superstar P V Sindhu won the Women’s singles match as India defeated Indonesia 4-1 in the Total BWF Sudirman Cup 2017. Indonesia now faces Denmark in its Group 1D…

May 26 2017 / No Comment / Read More »

Mumbai Indians win IPL final by one run »

 By Kersi Meher-Homji Oh what a heart-stopping final of IPL 2017 in Hyderabad! Mumbai Indians (MI) under skipper Rohit Sharma defeated Rising Pune Supergiants (RPS) led by Steven Smith by…

May 22 2017 / No Comment / Read More »
Community

Hindu Council of Australia’s Interfaith forum a platform to draw on commonality amongst different faiths »

By Neena Badhwar The Hindu Council of Australia conducted a forum on Interfaith on Saturday, 27th of May, 2014 at…

May 28 2017 / No Comment / Read More »

10 Of The Saddest Words (Or Phrases) In The English Language »

Back To School Back to school are three words that most kids loathe and all parents love. While there’s no…

May 28 2017 / No Comment / Read More »

India defeats Indonesia on Day 3 of the Sudirman Cup »

India’s superstar P V Sindhu won the Women’s singles match as India defeated Indonesia 4-1 in the Total BWF Sudirman…

May 26 2017 / No Comment / Read More »

Punjabi in Australian Schools »

 By Bawa Jagdev Gurmeet Kaur, entrepreneurial Assistant Secretary National Sikh Council of Australia, has been actively involved in the teaching…

May 24 2017 / No Comment / Read More »
Body Mind Spirit

Here lies one who spared neither men nor God: Khushwant Singh »

Kushwant Singh (2 February 1915 – 20 March 2014) was an Indian columnist, novelist, writer and a journalist. Excerpts from Kushwant Singh’s book: ‘The Low-down on life, death & most things in-between.” Penguin Death is rarely spoken about in our homes. I wonder why. Especially…

May 2 2017 / No Comment / Read More »

Australian First: Essential help for women with endometriosis »

Women with endometriosis will now have better access to information and support with new resources from one of Australia’s leading not-for-profit health organisations for women. Jean Hailes for Women’s Health has released four new resources that will help women and health professionals recognise, diagnose and…

Nov 17 2016 / No Comment / Read More »

Vipassana, a much needed meditation technique in today’s world »

Vipassana Meditators who have benefited from this ancient art of observing life and cleansing old samskaras creating an environment in the devotee of ‘anichha’ that is equanimity, stand up by it with total conviction. In ancient language of ‘Pali’ Vipassana means ‘to see things as…

Oct 25 2016 / No Comment / Read More »
E-Paper

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 »

E-Paper June-July 2016 »

  Indian Down Under E paper June-July 16…

Jun 5 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

Multicultural Children’s Festival reflects the reality of today’s society

The NSW Minister for Multiculturalism, Ray Williams, has hailed the Multicultural Children’s Festival 2017 as a true reflection of the state’s success as a culturally diverse society. Speaking at the annual gathering of hundreds of children…

May 17 2017 / Read More »

Looking for Sunny Shah

Tess Joseph Casting team are behind this year’s Oscar nominated Hollywood film, LION, directed by Garth Davis featuring the child wonder Sunny Pawar. The casting team is highly qualified and is led by Tess Joseph, who has worked with children on…

May 17 2017 / Read More »

Namaste to Sydney (18-21 May) and Melbourne (25-27 May) from Vir Das !

By Neeru Saluja Comedian-actor Vir Das is ready to board Sydney for his ‘Boarding Das World Tour’. And in his suitcase he has packed lots of funny jokes, politics, travel and personal stories along with his…

May 10 2017 / Read More »
Indian News

Australian business looking at India as ‘new China’

            By Rekha Bhattacharjee Those Australians who are worried over the slowing Chinese economy may have some reasons to smile as Canberra is already working desperately to stitch up a Free…

Dec 23 2015 / Read More »

Google CEO Sundar Pichai in India

            It’s either the billion plus market of India or just plain connections with the mother country or perhaps to help make lives better of people living in remote villages, India…

Dec 17 2015 / Read More »

Bitter-sweet Test farewell for Michael Clarke

                By Kersi Meher-Homji Michael Clarke started his Test career with a bang way back in 2004 in Bangalore but ended it with almost a whimper at The Oval…

Aug 26 2015 / Read More »
Humour

A cheap cellphone makes life easier

By Melvin Durai My 12-year-old daughter, Divya, had been asking me for a cellphone for a couple of years and I finally decided to buy her one, not because I thought she absolutely needed one, but…

May 24 2017 / Read More »

Man Kaur inspires us to run

By Melvin Durai Most people dream of retiring in their sixties and taking it easy. Some of them might want to keep working, but by the time they reach their seventies, they’re ready to relax, drink…

May 17 2017 / Read More »

मोदी – अभियानों के ‘साईड इफ़ेक्ट’

संतराम बजाज भारत के प्रधान मंत्री नरेंद्र मोदी जी न जाने कहाँ कहाँ से नई नई स्कीमें ढूंढ के लाते हैं ? इस में  कोई संदेह नहीं है कि वे भारतवासियों का भला चाहते हैं, परन्तु…

May 7 2017 / Read More »

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