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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

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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

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Sydney to proceed with smaller New Year’s Eve fireworks with the 9 pm celebration scrapped

Sydney, the state capital of New South Wales and the most populous city in Australia and Oceania- the metropolitan city is located on the east coast of Australia, surrounded by Port Jackson, Hawkesbury, Royal National Park, and Macarthur. Sydney is the home to about 65% of New South Wales. In 2019, NSW had an estimated...Read More

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224 Indian nationals stuck in Sydney find their way home, thanks to Vande Bharat Mission

Yesterday was a new, exciting day for a lot of Indian families. A lot of Indian nationals have been stuck in Australia for a long time due to flights being cancelled amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Now, after weeks and weeks of waiting in anticipation, it finally looks like these Indian citizens will be able to...Read More

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Sydney’s South Asian community wowed at Telstra’s Bollywood Wednesdays VIP Event

The Telstra Bollywood Wednesdays VIP event, held at Event Cinema Burwood showed Farhan Akhtar and Vidya Balan’s romantic-comedy film, Shaadi Ke Side Effects to a full house on 5th March 2014. Telstra Bollywood Wednesday’s is a way to reward Telstra customers, with $10 tickets to Bollywood films available every Wednesday at Telstra’s partner cinemas in...Read More