Author Archive
Stories written by Neerja

“I shall go on breaking my limitations as an actor” – Manoj Bajpayee

By Neeru Saluja Actor Manoj Bajyapee is one of the finest actors that our industry has gifted to us. He has made us Australians proud once again being nominated for the third time at the Asia Pacific Screen Awards (APSA) for his performance in Bhonsle. From the underworld don in Satya, the ruthless gangster in […]

Agarwal hits a double century and India wins by a huge margin

By Kersi Meher-Homji Thanks to a magnificent double century by Indian opening sensation Mayank Agarwal and penetrating swing bowling by fast bowlers Ishant Sharma, Mohammed Shami and Umesh Yadav, India won the first Test against Bangladesh at Indore by an innings and 130 runs. In reply to Bangladesh’s 150 India declared at 6 for 493 […]

Shivanjani Lal awarded 2019 NSW Visual Arts Emerging Fellowship

Shivanjani Lal, is the recipient of the 2019 NSW Visual Arts Emerging Fellowship courtesy of Artspace and Create NSW. Shivanjani has been awarded the prestigious $30,000 Fellowship for her work presented in this year’s exhibition. Parliamentary Secretary for Energy and the Arts, The Hon. Ben Franklin, MLC, presented the Fellowship at the exhibition’s launch this evening, noting that […]

Melbourne hosts an eclectic showcase of South Asian Performing Arts this November

A 3-day festival, bringing together globally renowned, award winning artists from India in performance with Australian artists of diverse backgrounds committed to the Indian arts will take place in Melbourne from the 21-23 November. Curated by Dr. Priya Srinivasan, Uthra Vijay and Hari Sivanesan, Sangam will feature over 6 events at Bunjil Place, Narre Warren and Dancehouse, Carlton. Framing […]

Victor Dominello: Contribution of languages is priceless

New South Wales Government Minister Victor Dominello said that teaching children community languages could guarantee their economic future, in an ever-changing, unpredictable world. The Minister for Customer Service, Victor Dominello, was launching a Macquarie University research paper on the value of community languages to the future of New South Wales. The research paper ‘What are […]

Navy at the firefront

By Lieutenant Commander Helen Ward A Royal Australian Navy MRH-90 helicopter spent the first day of catastrophic fire conditions on search-and-rescue missions to support firefighting efforts around Kempsey, New South Wales. After leaving Royal Australian Air Force Base Williamtown, Newcastle, the helicopter kept ahead of the firefront to ensure property owners were well prepared and […]

Harayanvis in Sydney celebrate National Haryana Day

The 2nd National Haryana Day Celebration in Australia was organised by the Association of Haryanvis in Australia in Rosehill Racecourse in Western Sydney with full fervour and zest on November 10, 2019. Haryana Day marks the occasion of the formation of the Indian State of Haryana through a trifurcation of the India State of Punjab […]

World of Mahatma Gandhi: enter online international competition for children entry deadline 30 January, 2020

On the occasion of Gandhi@150 celebrations, ICCR has launched “World of Mahatma Gandhi”, an online international painting competition for children all over the world to connect children with the ever-inspiring life and spirit of Gandhi ji in collaboration with Khula Aasmaan of India Art Foundation. All nationalities from NSW & South Australia are encouraged to participate in painting competition. The age limit […]

Business boost for city of Sydney

Aspiring and existing business owners in the City of Sydney can now access a NSW Government one-stop shop Business Concierge service, potentially saving them time and money when starting or expanding a café, restaurant or small bar. Minister for Customer Service Victor Dominello congratulated the City of Sydney for coming on board, saying Service NSW […]

PM Scott Morrison: We respect Sikh cultural traditions and faith

Prime Minister Scott Morrison’s message on the occasion of 550th Birth Anniversary of Guru Nanak Commemoration of the birth of Guru Nanak is a moment of deep significance for those of the Sikh faith and for all inspired by his teachings of honesty, equality and goodwill. Sikhism is one of the fastest growing religions in Australia, with […]

Search Archive

Search by Date
Search by Category
Search with Google