Browsing Month March, 2014

Have you heard of Showtime? Firangi Paani’s 2nd Annual Premier Event in Sydney!

By at August 29, 2014 | 9:25 pm | 0 Comment

Have you heard of Showtime? Firangi Paani’s 2nd Annual Premier Event in Sydney!

With a large turnout and a successful event last year, Firangi Paani is all set to deliver their 2nd Annual Showtime event this year on Friday, 5th September 2014 in Sydney, Australia. Showtime themed as The Bollywood Style Moulin Rouge will be a blissful evening full of Fun, Entertainment and Masti!! This year Showtime will be held at Parravilla Function Lounge in more...

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Indian-Australians as part of “Team Australia”!

By at August 29, 2014 | 8:22 pm | 0 Comment

Indian-Australians as part of “Team Australia”!

Prime Minister, Tony Abbott, has rightly said recently that there is no point to migrate if people are not willing to put Australia, its interests, its values and its people first! He further said ‘You don’t migrate to this country unless you want to join our team, calling it “Team Australia”. He praised migrants for choosing to migrate to Australia, more...

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Parramasala 2014 all set to amuse ‘Sydneysiders’

By at August 28, 2014 | 5:57 pm | 0 Comment

Parramasala 2014 all set to amuse ‘Sydneysiders’

It was an eventful evening full of exciting announcements at the launch of Parramasala 2014, at Grand Marion, Harris Park on August 27. NSW Premier Mike Baird and the Lord Mayor of Parramatta, Councillor John Chedid, announced the program for Parramasala 2014, a festival of the many diverse and rich cultures in Sydney and a much awaited event now, which has entered its more...

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Landmark 5 – Star hotel to boost tourism at revitalised Darling Harbour

By at August 27, 2014 | 3:01 pm | 0 Comment

Landmark  5 – Star hotel to boost tourism at revitalised Darling Harbour

A luxury, harbour-side hotel is set to headline the $2.5 billion Darling Harbour upgrade program, in a major boost for NSW tourism. The premium hotel will have around 600 rooms and will be the first large luxury hotel built in Sydney since the 2000 Olympics. The hotel will be operated by Accor, under the Sofitel brand – set to offer conference, special event and more...

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NADF held bike ride to create awareness on ‘Mental Health and Brain Injury’ problems

By at August 27, 2014 | 2:39 pm | 0 Comment

NADF held bike ride to create awareness on ‘Mental Health and Brain Injury’ problems

To create awareness among the people regarding the Mental Health and Brain Injury problems (MHBI), Nepalese Australian Democratic Forum (NADF) hosted a bike ride on August 24, 2014 in the Sydney Olympic Park to Blaxland Riverside Park NSW. The MHBI awareness program was organised in two different sessions: Bike ride and Interaction along with BBQ on the same day. The more...

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New plan to protect NSW’s water resources

By at August 26, 2014 | 3:31 pm | 0 Comment

New plan to protect NSW’s water resources

The NSW Office of Water has introduced a new Water Monitoring Framework to help protect the State’s water resources. The Water Monitoring Framework (link is external) will change the way water data is collected, using advanced computer modelling to map and protect underground water resources. The new framework will be introduced to map the Gunnedah, Gloucester and more...

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13th Amendment of Sri Lanka’s Constitution can help to heal the divide in Sri Lanka!

By at August 26, 2014 | 3:19 pm | 0 Comment

13th Amendment of Sri Lanka’s Constitution can help to heal the divide in Sri Lanka!

Sri Lanka is a friendly country to India and both have many commonalities. Sri Lanka has a Free Trade Agreement (FTA) with India and both the major ethnic groups-Singhalese and Tamil- have their origins in India. Until 2009, it had a ferocious and violent civil war, killing thousands from both sides. After a series of battles, Sri Lankan Army was able to defeat LTTE in more...

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14 paper public transport tickets to be retired next week

By at August 25, 2014 | 5:43 pm | 0 Comment

14 paper public transport tickets to be retired next week

On Monday 1 September, 14 public transport ticket types will no longer be available, including the MyTrain weekly. The 14 paper tickets that will no longer be available to NSW transport customers include: Train Adult Off-Peak Return Adult Weekly (7 Day) Adult Fortnightly (14 Day) Adult Quarterly (90 Day) Adult Yearly (365 Day) Concessions Monthly more...

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The night of stars

By at August 23, 2014 | 3:55 pm | 0 Comment

The night of stars

Two shows old, Neerav Rastogi has become adept at tantalizing Sydneysiders with his completely remarkable shows. If his debut show with playback/ rock singer Neeraj Shridhar, announced his arrival, his second show Bollywood Vibration 2014 consolidated his reputation as a major new showman in the Sydney show arena. Neerav was not alone in his endeavour to bring these more...

Community , India

‘Australia concludes Nuclear trade deal with India’

By at August 22, 2014 | 2:21 pm | 0 Comment

‘Australia concludes Nuclear trade deal with India’

From various news sources, it is clear that Australia has concluded Civil nuclear deal with India recently. Uranium trade between Australia and India is likely to start soon. It appears that the deal has been concluded relatively quickly after India elected its new government led by  Narendra Modi. The agreement is likely to be signed by India and Australia during more...

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