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Hotel Mumbai: An anthem of resilience 

By Neeru Saluja The 2008 devastating terror attacks on Mumbai shook the nation, but not the spirit of their target – the Taj Hotel. As the Jihadi terrorists lay siege to the iconic Taj Palace Hotel, the staff put their own lives at risk to save their guests. It is this scenario that forms the […]

Ranveer and Alia in a mind blowing performance in Gully Boy!

By Devaki Parthasarathy And once again, you leave the theatre wondering if the role of Murad was written with Ranveer in mind, or did he just morph into the role and wear it like a second skin…. a soul stirring, thought provoking, mind blowing performance by this Sindhi boy! Tracing the trajectory of a slum […]

India grieves loss of 40 soldiers in terror attack

By Vijay Badhwar from Delhi Normally full-of-life (even chaotic) Delhi is all shuttered down today on February 18, four days after one of the worst terror attacks in India. This is to express public solidarity and a clarion call against terrorism that is affecting all humanity.The Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) lost 40 of its […]

Parramasala unveils its bumper program: March 15-17, 2019

Parramatta is set to be transformed into a rich playground of cultural wonder when Parramasala returns with a bumper program featuring pumping live music, workshops for the whole family, incredible dance, delicious world delicacies and the iconic opening street parade. Running from Friday 15 – Sunday 17 March, the 2019 program features the very best in international and […]

Daksha Sheth presents ‘Kwongkan – Sand’ at Perth International Art festival

By Sudha Kumar Perth International Art Festival has Ochre Contemporary Dance Company, Perth, and Daksha Sheth Dance Company, India, together bring to us ‘Kwongkan’. Ochre Contemporary Dance Company is regarded as one of Australia’s leading physical theatre companies. Daksha Sheth Dance Company is one of India’s leading dance companies, having toured internationally for 25 years. ‘Kwongkan’ journeys […]

When Sydney laughed its head off with Guptaji

By Manju Mittal Appurv Gupta an IT professional and the Indian stand-up comedian by passion, came to Sydney with his gifted talent to perform live for the Sydneysiders on February 9, 2019 at Carlingford Community Centre. Appurv Gupta is considered as one of the best comedians in India. Owner of JRPM Events Rachit Dhingra and […]

The taste of Delhi 

By Ritu Ghai The gastronomic glory of Delhi comes from its rich past and mixed culture imbued in every dish served here. Right from Mughlai dishes to North Indian cuisines and street food variety, Delhi has a taste for every palate. The three most popular street food in Delhi are Chole Bhatura, Chaat and Gol […]

Biggest overhaul of building laws in NSW

New home owners in NSW will be better protected under the Liberals & Nationals Government after it announced strong plans to improve the building and construction industry. Minister for Better Regulation Matt Kean said the plan, which includes appointing a Building Commissioner, has been months in the making, after the Building Ministers’ Forum (BMF) commissioned […]

What’s the best Satyagraha – to preach or practice?

By Devaki Parthasarathy reviews an old movie of Ajay Devgan, ‘Satyagraha’… Yep!!! That’s right I watched an old movie today and was surprised with the quality of this film that somehow went unwatched by me… but not writing about it, would be a bigger crime. Not much unlike Aarakshan, Satyagraha weaves together urban legends of corruption, encompassing […]

Sharman Joshi on his Hollywood debut with ‘The Least of These’ 

By Neeru Saluja Actor Sharman Joshi is all set to make his Hollywood debut with his upcoming film ‘The Least of These’ slated to release on 1 February. Directed by Aneesh Daniel, the film revolves around the poignant tale of Graham Staines, an Australian missionary who along with his two sons were torched to death […]

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