Browsing Month March, 2014

Holi celebrations continue with ‘festival of poetry’ in Sydney

By at March 30, 2015 | 10:51 pm | 0 Comment

Holi celebrations continue with ‘festival of poetry’ in Sydney

Splash of colors, symbol of oneness and rainbow of unity in diversity has been the essence of Holi, a festival that sprang from the lanes and by lanes of Lord Krishna’s Mathura thousands of years ago and traversed across the continents spreading the message of love—the eternal love that knows no bounds of religion or region. This is the spirit that has been bringing more...

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‘Short+Sweet Bollywood inaugural festival mesmerized Sydney siders’

By at March 24, 2015 | 10:31 pm | 0 Comment

‘Short+Sweet Bollywood inaugural festival mesmerized Sydney siders’

It was a night of expression, action and entertainment as the inaugural Short+ Sweet  Bollywood festival concluded in a colorful style in front of a full Factory Fusebox Theatre in Marrickville on March 22 , 2015. Bollywood dance is not only famous in India, but now it is getting recognition at International level as well with so many Bollywood dancers performing more...

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Howzat Bollywood!!

By at March 20, 2015 | 4:01 pm | 0 Comment

Howzat Bollywood!!

Monsuun Dance, a Sydney based Dance Company is all set to perform in Short+Sweet Bollywood, one of the  biggest ever Bollywood dance shows in Australia . Indians have a particular space for Bollywood and cricket in their lives. There is no denying that cricket and Bollywood are two of the biggest passionately followed phenomena in India.Where Bollywood films provide a more...

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‘Young leader on a roll’

By at March 19, 2015 | 5:10 pm | 0 Comment

‘Young leader on a roll’

There are a few pioneering women who have gained empowerment by means of education, aided by their own courage and selflessness and Aisha Amjad is one of them. An accomplished young leader across law, politics, media and international relations, Aisha  has a strong focus on Interfaith Dialogue and Multicultural Affairs . Aisha has been working in politics for more more...

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Crime fighting projects to be part of $10 million ‘Community Safety Fund’

By at March 18, 2015 | 4:32 pm | 0 Comment

Crime fighting projects to be part of $10 million ‘Community Safety Fund’

Photo Courtesy : ABC In wake of the recent incident, where a women from Indian background was stabbed to death while returning home from work in Parramatta, Premier Mike Baird has announced $10 million Community safety fund. The fund aims to stamp out anti-social behavior and thereby communities will be able to fight crime at grass roots level. Communities will be more...

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Children shine at ‘Children’s Festival 2015’

By at March 16, 2015 | 8:19 pm | 0 Comment

Children shine at ‘Children’s Festival 2015’

First  Fleet Park in the Rocks  was brimming with tiny tots from different ethnicities dressed up in colorful attires and painted faces , as it was Children’s Festival 2015. It was a fantastic showcase of different cultures and ethnicities by the children who were dressed in beautiful traditional outfits, thus showcasing the co-existence of multiculturalism in more...

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Multiculturalism celebrated at Premier’s Harmony dinner !!

By at March 16, 2015 | 7:59 pm | 0 Comment

Multiculturalism celebrated at Premier’s Harmony dinner !!

Premier’s Harmony Dinner 2015 at Grand Pavilion, Rosehill Gardens was a spectacular evening which bought together around 1400 guests representing different cultures, faiths, linguistic backgrounds and ethnicities. The event was even bigger and better than the previous years as the guests celebrated the success of multiculturalism in NSW, which is one of the most more...

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Community mourns death of Prabha Kumar

By at March 12, 2015 | 4:09 pm | 0 Comment

Community mourns death of Prabha Kumar

Hundreds of people from Indian community along with others gathered in Parramatta Park on Wednesday evening to pay homage to Prabha Arun Kumar who was brutally stabbed to death in the park on Saturday night. It was a short walk that many of them had taken before, but this time the reason was different. Even rain and thunder couldn’t deter the spirits of the people who more...

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‘Prabha Kumar’s family appeals killer to come forward’

By at March 12, 2015 | 2:23 pm | 0 Comment

‘Prabha Kumar’s family appeals  killer to  come forward’

A  press conference was organized by the police  to address the  media  on Prabha Arun Kumar's  stabbing case . Prabha Arun Kumar, a 41-year-old Indian national, died in hospital after being attacked on a public walkway between Argyle Street, Parramatta, and Amos Street, Westmead, about 9.30pm on Saturday (7 March 2015). She was on phone to her husband Arun  more...

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Police renew appeal for information about death of woman at Westmead

By at March 9, 2015 | 4:50 pm | 0 Comment

Police renew appeal for information about death of woman at Westmead

Police investigating the death of a woman in Westmead at the weekend have released CCTV footage as part of their renewed appeal for information from the public. About 9.30pm on Saturday (7 March 2015), emergency services responded to reports of a seriously injured woman on a public walkway between Argyle Street, Parramatta, and Amos Street, Westmead. Ambulance more...

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