“We are very happy to announce that –for the first time in history an Indian Magazine has found place in South Australian Parliament Library and it was Indus Age Adelaide issue since June 2017. Thanks to Honourable Russle Wortley who was there to help our local correspondent Umesh Nagasandra”.
FICQ presents Diwali Indian Festival of Lights 2017: Come and light up Brisbane with Brisbane’s Indian communities
By Dr Indrani Ganguly Public Relations Officer The Federation of Indian Communities of Queensland Inc., (FICQ), the peak umbrella body of all Indian Associations in Queensland invites members of all communities in Queensland to come and celebrate Diwali, the Indian Festival of Lights. Diwali is considered a signature cultural event and an important contribution to […]
Hindu Council of Australia started the public celebrations of Deepavali – the Festival of Lights- in 1999 in a huge way in Sydney. With community support this festival has now grown as one of the largest community events in Sydney. Hindu Council of Australia will be celebrating Deepavali 2017 at multiple venues across Sydney, Adelaide […]
Largest Ganesh idol to have ever crossed Indian boundaries for the biggest Ganesh festival being celebrated in Adelaide, SA!
By Rakesh Gupta The festival state of South Australia has a mosaic of cultural diversity, assimilated from all corners of the world, making it a global village in true sense. UIOSA (United Indians of South Australia) is an incorporated organisation formed in 2016 to celebrate the diverse multiculturalism in South Australia through various festivals and […]
By Atmarpit Apurvaji This June, PM Narendra Modi paid tribute to the Mahatma’s Mahatma. Known as Shrimad Rajchandraji, a Gujarat-born saint, philosopher, poet and spiritual luminary; who interacted with Mahatma Gandhi before he went to South Africa is believed to have left a deep impression in his life and had influenced his thoughts on truth, […]
By Tara Desai Religious frauds are not a new phenomenon. For millennia, supposedly god-men have abused their positions of authority to exploit naïve, vulnerable individuals who only seek surety on their journey to spiritual enlightenment. Adakar Theatre and Cultural Group’s production ‘Shri 420’, staged at NIDA’s Parade Theatres on July 14th and 15th, explores the […]
The appalling death of an Indian student, Akanksha Kadam, studying in Australia sent shockwaves across the country. Ms Kadam lost her life in a fatal accident that occurred at Terrey Hills, but she will always be remembered as the feisty go-getter… The ever cheerful Akanksha was pursuing MBA at Macquarie Graduate School of Management and […]
By Ritesh(R) Chugh & Ripan(R) Sethi Every time you think of domestic violence, it is usually an image of a female being subject to violence that conjures up. However, figures from the Australian Bureau of Statistics Personal Safety Survey show that almost one in three victims of domestic violence and abuse is a male. This […]
After its resounding success in the last 3 seasons, TIMES NOW and ICICI BANK organized the prestigious NRI of the Year Awards 2017, to salute the spirit of the Global Indian. The fourth edition of ‘TIMES NOW ICICI Bank NRI of the Year Awards was held on 11th July in Mumbai. NRI of the Year […]
Known for being an Indian Financial Powerhouse, Bank of Baroda, has a network of over 4100 branches in India across the length and breadth of the country. It has 99 overseas branches/foreign offices in 26 countries across 5 continents serving a Global customer base of over 39 million. It is not only India’s international Bank […]