Indrasish Banerjee

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Top 8 replicas of the Taj Mahal across the world

Taj Mahal is one of the seven wonders of the world and an excellent example of Mughal architecture that combines Ottoman, Turkish, and Indian architecture elements. Mughal emperor Shah Jahan commissioned the construction in 1632, and it took twenty-two years to complete it. The structure is an ivory-white mausoleum situated on the right bank of...Read More


161-year-old Cemetery Found At Sydney’s Central Station

Under Sydney’s Central Station, a 181-year-old burial vault has been discovered. The discovery was made during excavations for the site’s new metro platforms. The descendants of two colonial Sydney families buried in the crypt are currently being sought. “We’re uncovering some of Sydney’s rich past as we construct Sydney’s transportation future,” Transport Minister Rob Stokes...Read More


Young Australians Lodge Human Rights Complaint Against Australian Government

It is a well-known fact that Australia is probably the worst performer amongst developed nations in adhering to greenhouse emission reduction objectives. ScoMo made no commitments to set a target for the year 2030, a vital milestone to prevent the disastrous effects of climate change before it’s too late. Now, five courageous young Australians, including...Read More

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Everyone knows that Diwali is the most popular Hindu festival in the world. We know of the lamps, of the sweets, of the firecrackers. But there are some lesser known facts about Diwali that we’re bringing out in this article. Read on to find out more. A row of earthen lamps. Fireworks that light up...Read More

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Western Sydney University Appoints An Academic Chair in Ayurvedic Medicine

Western Sydney University has finalised a plan to appoint an Academic Chair in Ayurvedic Medicine. A Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) had been signed by both the Western Sydney University and the Government of India Ministry of AYUSH. The AYUSH Academic Chair will be in charge of the campaign supporting Ayurvedic Medicine and oversee Ayurvedic Medicine...Read More

Australia Covid 19 News

COVID-19 Vaccination Remains Voluntary as Scott Morrison Clarifies There Will Not Be a Mandatory Vaccine Policy

Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison made it clear in a statement last week that there will be no federal policy that requires COVID-19 vaccinations mandatory. Inoculation is purely voluntary, but employers do have the option of requiring the jab for high-risk workers. Morrison explains that companies have the discretion to make the vaccine mandatory for...Read More