Browsing Month March, 2014

Opal card starts on entire Sydney trains network, 150, 000 cards registered

By at March 31, 2014 | 2:29 pm | 0 Comment

Opal card  starts  on entire Sydney trains network, 150, 000 cards registered

Minister for Transport Gladys Berejiklian said customers could now use their Opal card to travel anywhere on the Sydney Trains network, as Opal goes live on an extra 70 stations. “This marks a significant milestone for commuters across Sydney, as Opal provides cheaper fares, modernises the way people use public transport and puts an end to the Monday morning queue for more...

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Achyut Samanta: Godfather for over 20,000 tribal children

By at March 31, 2014 | 2:03 pm | 0 Comment

Achyut Samanta: Godfather for over 20,000 tribal children

Hardly any efforts are made for the children of lesser God, but Achyut Samanta who is known as the Godfather for the tribal children is tirelessly working for the upliftment of the tribals by providing them free education.   At a time when many individuals and organisations are  busy in projecting  the image of the great nation as hub of corruption, crimes and more...

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Seniors thoroughly enjoyed ‘Caring Cruise for Ageless Seniors’ by GNFKS

By at March 31, 2014 | 1:37 pm | 0 Comment

Seniors thoroughly enjoyed ‘Caring Cruise for Ageless Seniors’ by GNFKS

Guru Nanak Free Kitchenette, Sydney (GNFKS) organised a “Caring Cruise for Ageless Seniors” on March 22, 2014. Guru Nanak Free Kitchenette Sydney was launched by the Shadow Minister of Multicultural Affairs, Michelle Rowland at Huntley point Wharf, Gladesville. This organisation is a group of likeminded people who want to serve the community with passion and more...

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Museums should return stolen ‘Kapoor’ objects back to India

By at March 28, 2014 | 7:17 pm | 0 Comment

Museums should return stolen ‘Kapoor’ objects back to India

The Director of the National Gallery of Australia Mr Ron Radford said in a media interview that he will not return to India, the “Dancing Shiva” allegedly stolen from a temple in Tamil Nadu and other millions of dollars worth of antiques he had purchased from New York dealer Subhash Kapoor. He wants further proof that they have been stolen before the Gallery can act. more...

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‘A celebration of womanhood at Grand Marion’

By at March 27, 2014 | 4:03 pm | 0 Comment

‘A celebration of womanhood at Grand Marion’

It was the perfect opening for the Grand Marion on March 15, 2014 , as it hosted the  first ever function welcoming Michelle Rowland and nearly 120  sub –continent women  who were there to listen to Michelle’s first hand  experiences about her recent  trip to India.   It was an ideal celebration to mark the end of the Women's International Day and a day more...

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Mass trial and death sentences bring closure to Egypt’s Arab Spring

By at March 27, 2014 | 2:54 pm | 0 Comment

Mass trial and death sentences bring closure to Egypt’s Arab Spring

Egypt's farcical trial that sentenced more than 500 Muslim brotherhood supporters and Islamists for killing a single police officer shows the extreme example of a judicial system gone berserk. According to New York Times and other reports, the precise charges against each defendant were unclear because they were not read out in court.   The military-led more...

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Media to be granted court access to broadcast sentencing proceedings

By at March 26, 2014 | 3:35 pm | 0 Comment

Media to be granted court access to broadcast sentencing proceedings

The government is considering new legislation to allow the media to broadcast sentencing proceedings in criminal trials.   NSW Attorney General Greg Smith SC has revealed plans to use broadcast technology to “demystify” the court process, with the aim of making the courts more open and accountable to the community. Under the proposal, final court more...

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‘O’Farrell must stand up to Brandis on ‘Bigot’ comments’

By at March 26, 2014 | 3:20 pm | 0 Comment

‘O’Farrell must stand up to Brandis on ‘Bigot’ comments’

NSW Labor has demanded Premier Barry O’Farrell to  condemn and distance himself from the Federal Liberal Government’s plans to water down the Racial Discrimination Act – as well as Attorney General George Brandis’ offensive comments that “people have a right to be bigots you know”. The Federal Liberal Government is moving to remove Section 18C of the Act. more...

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‘For better, for verse’: Rekha Rajvanshi

By at March 26, 2014 | 2:49 pm | 0 Comment

‘For better, for verse’: Rekha Rajvanshi

For Rekha Rajvanshi, it won’t be wrong to call her cultural crusader, as she has represented India and India’ national Language ‘Hindi’ at various occasions in Australia and India. It needs extra ordinary expertise to promote a language which very few people understand and speak but it is a passion for Rekha Rajvanshi, a Hindi writer and poet of the Australian more...

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The Indian Economy –‘Is the worst over’?

By at March 25, 2014 | 11:43 am | 0 Comment

The Indian Economy –‘Is the worst over’?

There is excitement in the air with the election fever running high! Euphoria over the post poll scenario brings us to the point where we tend to believe that nothing can go wrong from here – the worst is over! Riding the Modi wave, the hype created by the media is that NDA government is only a couple of months far. People are unwilling to even consider the unpleasant more...

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