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सरकारी न्योता…

संतराम बजाज  “बजाज साहिब, आप वहां दिखाई नहीं दिए?” हमारे मित्र वर्मा जी ने पूछा| “कहाँ ” “अरे, भई पार्लियामेंट हाउस में |” “जनाब, हम ने कोई चुनाव आदि जीता नहीं तो हम भला वहां क्यों जाते?” “अरे, मैं तो पार्लियामेंट हाउस में पार्टी की बात कर रहा हूँ, जहाँ यहाँ के सब प्रतिष्टित लोगों […]

‘Suneheri Yaadein’ by ISGH for a good cause on September 6

On Friday September 6, 2019, the seniors’ group, ISG, headed by Dave Passi and his wife Kanchan Passi is hosting an evening of entertainment, dinner and cocktails at Parravilla Function Centre. Some of the finest and most experienced musicians namely Pushpa Jagadish, Sadiq Rehmani, Abhijit Dan and Vishal Lakhia. There will also be a few emerging […]

Only Modi has the ticker to revoke Article 370

By Vijay Badhwar Only the Modi Government could do this – to revoke Article 370 – a folly that had festered for 70 years, simmered and boiled over in two wars, for no benefit to anyone but a few politicians who brainwashed the simple Kashmiris into hardliners and terrorists to serve their selfish cause. The […]

Avijit’s guidance and Sadiq’s motivation behind my success, says Kerman

By Kersi Meher-Homji An Avijit Sarkar concert appeals to us in many ways. It takes us back to our youthful years, nostalgia unlimited. You come home not only humming old tunes but also richer in your knowledge on legendary singers and composers. During his concert in Sydney last month, Avijit not only conducted music of […]

Vision 2020 celebrates Diwali by staging ‘Abhijana Shakunthalam’ on October 12

Vision 2020 is celebrating Diwali this year with a grand ballet based on the great Indian poet Kalidasa’s immortal drama ‘Abhijana Shakunthalam’. This ballet, exclusively choreographed by Sydney’s renowned artist Ms Hamsa Venkat & presented by Samskriti School of Dance; will be a rich cultural experience for all age groups. The event is organised on Saturday 12 October […]

‘Ten Years to Home’: A Pleasing Theatrical Presentation of a Moving Tale

By Aradhana Bhatt Every migrant is a living story, a story that often remains untold. But when a story of the first (or one of the first migrant families) migrant family who landed on the shores of Australia in the 1950s, is told and told from a female perspective, the result is the delicately depicted […]

They’re all the same, including BJP

By Vijay Badhwar Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi is a nationalist and an idealist. His ‘Mann ki Baat’, a monthly broadcast on All India Radio, is a popular interaction with people on his thoughts about all aspects of life and nation building, but, it seems, what he preaches falls on deaf ears within his Bharatiya […]

Rajah, the nation’s pride!

A poem by Saanvi Tara In the residence of the Savannah,lives one, feared by all,with a tangerine colour; shades of red here and there.Your textured skin girdled with black,a wonderful creation by Him, really,with white, sharp teeth inherited from the saber tooth,you stand tall amidst them all. There once was a time wherein you ran […]

Sadhguru in Sydney: ‘This is the best time for immense potential for humanity to transform’

By Sudha Kumar Sadhguru Jaggi Vasudev was in Sydney in July. He addressed a huge gathering of about 4800 people at the Dome, Sydney Olympic Park. His last visit was about seven years ago. The gathering was an eclectic mix of all hues of humans. There was a music ensemble that rendered live soulful music […]

First sponsored parent visas granted

Parents from South Africa, Venezuela, China, South Korea, Bolivia, the UK and Egypt and India will soon be in Australia with their families after being granted the first visas under the Morrison Government’s new Temporary Sponsored Parent Visas. Minister for Immigration, Citizenship, Migrant Services and Multicultural Affairs David Coleman said more than 1300 sponsorship applications […]

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