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Holi Festival Australia

Amit Batra

Festivals Events Indians in Australia

Celebrating Unity in Diversity- The Colourful Splendour of Holi Festival Canberra 2024

Canberra, the political heartbeat of Australia, is set to pulsate with vibrant colours and joyous celebrations as it hosts the Holi Festival on the 2nd and 3rd of March 2024. This annual event, revered for its exuberance and cultural significance, transcends beyond mere festivity, symbolising unity in diversity. At Stage 88, Commonwealth Park, Canberra’s Holi...Read More

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PM Modi’s Pivotal Role in COP28- A Global Commitment to Climate Action

As the World Climate Action Summit of COP28 approaches on December 1, all eyes are on Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who is set to play a pivotal role in shaping the global discourse on climate change. This editorial delves into the significance of PM Modi’s participation, the expectations surrounding India’s stance, and the broader implications...Read More

Health & Fitness

Striking the Right Balance: How Young People Can Avoid the Pitfalls of Over-Exercising

The tragic and sudden death of Kannada star Puneeth Rajkumar after a workout session has left fans and fitness enthusiasts alike questioning the true cost of vigorous exercise. While the benefits of physical activity are widely acknowledged, this incident serves as a stark reminder that moderation is key, especially for young people who are often...Read More

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Diljit Dosanjh’s Wax Figure Debuts at Madame Tussauds Sydney

Celebrating Punjabi Rap and Desi Artistry: Diljit Dosanjh’s Immortalised Presence at Madame Tussauds Sydney The vibrancy of Punjabi rap and the artistic brilliance of Desi icon Diljit Dosanjh take centre stage as his wax figure arrives at Madame Tussauds Sydney. This article explores the significance of this cultural milestone, celebrating the fusion of music, art,...Read More

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The Bitter Truth: How Artificial Sweeteners Affect Heart Health and the Natural Alternatives You ShouldConsider

Artificial sweeteners have long been hailed as the calorie-free saviours for those who have a sweet tooth but want to avoid the pitfalls of sugar. Yet, recent studies suggest that these synthetic substitutes may be doing more harm than good, particularly when it comes to heart health. As we become increasingly aware of the food...Read More

Australia

Charting a Prudent Course: The Imperative to Realign Victoria’s Mounting Debt and Social Priorities

Former Premier of Victoria, Jeff Kennett, has laid down a gauntlet, urging incumbent Premier Daniel Andrews to steer the state away from what he describes as ‘out-of-control’ debt. With the burden of Victoria’s financial obligations rapidly nearing the $200 billion mark, there is an undeniable urgency to scrutinise the trajectory of public expenditure. Yet, in...Read More

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An ancient Indian university on a journey to regain its historical glory

Nalanda University was an ancient learning centre for students across the country and the neighbouring nationalities in the early 5th and 6th centuries. The Buddhist monastic institute located in the ancient Magadha (modern-day Bihar) was the world’s first residential University. Many historians and scholars have considered it one of the greatest learning centres. Besides, Kumaragupta...Read More

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An Indian migrant family return to Biloela after four years of detention

Following an intense four years of detention centres, court challenges and a major medical scare, a family of four Tamil asylum seekers returned home to Queensland. Priya and Nades Nadesalingam and their Australian-born daughters Kopika and Tharnicaa arrived at the Thangool Airport near their home town in Biloela on Friday (10th June). Their youngest daughter...Read More

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Sikh Volunteers travel 34 hours to Lismore to provide free food to Flood-affected victims

Recent Torrential rains caused the worst flood in ten years in Australia’s southeast coastal region, forcing tens of thousands of people to evacuate. The constant rain led to the submerging of town centres, washing away many homes and power cuts. Furthermore, as per the latest reports, at least 13 people have lost their lives due...Read More