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Indian High Commission lodges ‘diplomatic complaint’ over the lamb ad portraying lord ‘Ganesha’

By at September 12, 2017 | 12:14 am | 0 Comment

Indian High Commission lodges ‘diplomatic complaint’ over  the lamb ad portraying lord ‘Ganesha’

High Commission of India, Canberra, taking note of the protests of Indian community in Australia, have made a demarche to the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, Department of Communication and Arts and Department of Agriculture bringing to their notice an offensive advertisement by Meat and Livestock Australia that hurt the religious sentiments of the Indian more...

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2017 Premier’s ‘Multicultural Media Awards’ winners announced

By at August 31, 2017 | 12:34 am | 0 Comment

2017 Premier’s ‘Multicultural Media Awards’ winners announced

NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian and Minister for Multiculturalism Ray Williams announced the winners of the 2017 Premier’s Multicultural Media Awards on August 30, 2017 at Waterview in Bicentennial Park, Sydney. Ground-breaking stories reporting on the devastating impact of domestic violence, a digital journey of an endangered Indigenous language, and personal stories more...

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Get ready for a musical voyage with Sangeet Mehfil’s team on September 9

By at August 29, 2017 | 9:42 am | 0 Comment

Get ready for a musical voyage with Sangeet Mehfil’s team on September 9

Even after 37 years of his death, immortal voice of legendary singer- Mohammad Rafi continues to rule thousands of hearts. The early departure of the saint singer- Mohammad Rafi created a void in people’s lives and in the Hindi film industry leaving many of his fans across the world disheartened. To fill that gap and to keep his memories afresh, hundreds of concerts more...

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FIAN celebrates Indian Independence Day in Sydney

By at August 21, 2017 | 1:15 am | 0 Comment

FIAN celebrates Indian Independence Day in Sydney

Federation of Indian Associations of NSW (FIAN) organized ‘India Day’ event to celebrate Indian Independence Day in Parramatta Park on Saturday,  August 12, 2017 which was attended by  around 15,000 people.This was FIAN’s 3rd India Day’s event. << Several ministers, MPs, MLCs, Councilors, community leaders, representatives from Indian media, and SBS were more...

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When Australian Rules Meets Cultural Diversity: 2017 AFL Multicultural Festival

By at July 28, 2017 | 12:47 pm | 0 Comment

When Australian Rules Meets Cultural Diversity: 2017 AFL Multicultural Festival

The 2017 AFL Multicultural Festival, presented by Australia Post and supported by Multicultural NSW is set to kick off this weekend, Saturday, 29 July, from 12pm – 6pm. Members of the public will be able to enjoy all of this for free at Cathy Freeman Park, located at Sydney Olympic Park just opposite Spotless Stadium. This year’s festival footfall is expected more...

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Rekha Rajvanshi’s Ghazal book –‘Mutthi Bhar Chandni’ released

By at July 26, 2017 | 12:28 pm | 0 Comment

Rekha Rajvanshi’s Ghazal book –‘Mutthi Bhar Chandni’ released

‘Mutthi Bhar Chandni,  a bilingual poetry book  by Rekha Rajvanshi was launched at Epping Leisure and learning centre on July 23 in presence of  more than hundred artists , singers and poetry lovers of Sydney. The Consul General of Sydney, Vanlalvawna, and Jodi McKay, MP Strathfield officially launched the book with 51 ghazals. The Consul General praised more...

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CGI Sydney celebrates International Yoga Day

By at July 4, 2017 | 2:27 am | 0 Comment

CGI Sydney celebrates International Yoga Day

Indian Cultural Centre at the Consulate General of India, Sydney have conducted a series of Yoga promotion activities like workshops, lecture demonstration, seminars and discussions as part of International Day of Yoga, 2017 celebrations. Three Yoga workshops / talks were hosted at the Indian Cultural Centre wherein topics related to body types, balanced diet for 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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Bling comes out at ‘Sakhi Divas’ event

By at May 4, 2017 | 8:18 pm | 0 Comment

Bling comes out at ‘Sakhi Divas’ event

Imagine if you get a chance to see hundreds of brides all together; it would definitely leave anyone awestruck. The event was organized by Amardeep Kaur Grewal and Gayatri Dureja Kohli  who chose the bridal theme for the event as to give all the attendees a chance to relive one of the most precious moments of their life once again. The Croation Club, Punchbowl came more...

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