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Sakhi Celebration 2017 : Let’s celebrate Womanhood in style

By at June 27, 2017 | 12:03 am | 0 Comment

Sakhi Celebration 2017 : Let’s celebrate Womanhood in style

The stage is all set for one of the most talked about ladies only event - Sakhi Celebration -2017 with only a week left for the event which is scheduled for July 2, 2017. This is the third consecutive year of celebration and the organizers have a very clear vision to provide the best entertainment in authentic Desi style to all the attendees. The organizers of the more...

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Jatinga shows the plight of less fortune women: Faezeh

By at June 16, 2017 | 4:59 am | 0 Comment

Jatinga shows the plight of less fortune women:  Faezeh

Jatinga, a small town with a population over 2500  and most famous for the phenomenon of birds ‘committing suicide’ by mysteriously flying off a cliff and plunging to their deaths but in reality these suicides are a myth.   Purva Naresh, an award- winning playwright has aptly used the concept to write his new play, Jatinga - the story of five young girls who more...

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RSL Blacktown war memorial puts up photograph of Indian army

By at June 11, 2017 | 11:32 pm | 0 Comment

RSL Blacktown war memorial puts up photograph of Indian army

The Indian army had played a great part in Gallipoli and thousands have sacrificed their living while fighting there. As per the historians, almost 1400 Indians died and more than 300 were wounded at Gallipoli while fighting along with Australian soldiers.  To honour the sacrifices of Indian Army men, a photograph of the Indian Army was added to the war memorial of RSL more...

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The 64th Sydney film festival begins

By at June 8, 2017 | 1:47 am | 0 Comment

The 64th Sydney film festival begins

The 64th Sydney Film Festival (7 – 18 June) opened on June 7, 2017 at the State Theatre with the world premiere of Australian film We Don’t Need a Map. Festival Director Nashen Moodley was pleased to open his sixth Festival to a packed auditorium including the film’s director Warwick Thornton and producer Brendan Fletcher, alongside Timmy Murrmurrnga Burarrwanga, more...

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SAFAL celebrates diversity of South Asian communities

By at June 3, 2017 | 4:30 am | 0 Comment

SAFAL celebrates diversity of South Asian communities

The Australian South Asia Forum Inc. (ASAF) organised the world’s first integrated South Asian Film, Arts & Literature Festival (SAFAL Fest) on 20 and 21 May in host partner Macquarie University’s North Ryde Campus in Sydney Australia. The festival celebrated and showcased the richness and diversity of South Asian arts, culture and literature bringing together more...

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Stamp duty exemptions and discounts to first home buyers in NSW

By at June 2, 2017 | 3:40 pm | 0 Comment

Stamp duty exemptions and discounts to first home buyers in NSW

A package to improve housing affordability will support first home buyers by providing stamp duty exemptions and discounts, boosting housing supply and delivering infrastructure to support growing NSW communities. The government has developed a new comprehensive package to improve housing affordability across the state. For first home buyers, the package will: • more...

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