Footsteps on the sands of time along a colourful journey

Footsteps on the sands of time along a colourful journey

Multi-faceted artiste in New Zealand creates a unique fusion of dances By -Wenceslaus Anthony Former Indian President Dr APJ Abdul Kalam once said, “Dreams are not what you see in sleep, they are those which do not let you sleep.” Despite his inspiring words, very few people have the courage and determination to make their […]

Ghazal Night with veteran artiste Dr Radhika Chopra

Ghazal Night with veteran artiste Dr Radhika Chopra

In an era where fusion and new age music dominate the current Indian music scenario, Dr. Radhika Chopra, an extremely talented and a versatile artiste, predominantly features as a rare performer who continues to excel and please the connoisseur with her traditional puritan raga based gayaki. October 24th, 2015, saw Dr Chopra mesmerize the audience […]

Walk Together Adelaide

Walk Together Adelaide

South Australian Premier Jay Weatherill, other political leaders, performers and thousands of Adelaide residents this Saturday, October 31st for “Walk Together“. As part of the National Day of Unity, Welcome to Australia SA encourages South Australians to participate in National Mosque Open Day by visiting a local Mosque before walking together from Festival Plaza (behind […]

Welcome New Indian Migrants to South Australia

Welcome New Indian Migrants to South Australia

FICSA’s Team (Federation of Indian Communities in South Australia) had organised an event called ‘Welcome New Indian Migrants to South Australia’ “on 25th of September 2015. It was a unique networking opportunity for new Indian Migrants to meet and network with other established members. It was also a great opportunity to meet old and new […]

International student employs 10 engineers and managers in home Country while studying in Adelaide!

International student employs 10 engineers and managers in home Country while studying in Adelaide!

By- Umesh Nagasandra Richards David came to Adelaide to pursue Electronics Engineering at the University of South Australia. His Engineering internship is to develop a strategy to have university STEM and non-STEM (SEL) students to teach primary and high school students to program or code microchips to solve problems.STEM stands for Science Technology Engineering Maths […]

Federation of Indian Communities in South Australia (FICSA) launched in Adelaide

Federation of Indian Communities in South Australia (FICSA) launched in Adelaide

FICSA, a multi-cultural, non-political and non-sectarian federation was launched on 3rd September, 2015 in Adelaide. Their mission is to help, support, train & build stronger, self-reliant and resilient ethnic migrant communities. Their objectives are to promote the welfare of migrant communities by preserving, practicing and delivering rich & inter cultural values of communities. Their aim […]

‘Air India flights to Australia have brought home a lot closer’

‘Air India flights to Australia have brought home a lot closer’

  With Air India completing two years of operation in Australia, Madhu Mathen, the Manager of Air India in Australia talks to Indus Age. Excerpts from the interview:   Air India has completed two years of operation in Australia. What has been the response to Air India’s return to the market after a long hiatus? […]

Wyndham Eid Festival event a grand success for Wyndham residents

Wyndham Eid Festival event a grand success for Wyndham residents

By- Mohammed Fakruddin Jamal   The multicultural Eid festival event organised in short time broke all the records of crowd participation in western suburbs.  Wyndham Eid festival had a huge response from local and non local residents, who enjoyed the first ever Eid festival organised in Werribee. More than 12,000 people attended the biggest ever […]