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Winners | Lens Flair Alice Springs 24 Hour Film Festival

By at February 10, 2014 | 10:00 pm | 0 Comment

Christopher Raja a national award-winning writer based in Alice Springs and is best known for his provocative and polarizing contributions to publications ranging from The Drum to Southerly and Art Monthly Australia. He and his actor wife Natasha co-wrote ‘The First Garden’ which premiered in September 2011. The script is published by, Currency Press. In 2013 the more...

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‘Top golf performers awarded by GOA NSW at Terry Hills’

By at February 10, 2014 | 12:54 am | 0 Comment

‘Top golf performers awarded by GOA NSW at Terry Hills’

Urban Tadka Restaurant, Terry Hills, NSW provided the perfect setting for the 28th GOA NSW Annual Golf Awards Luncheon held on Sunday February 2, 2014. The event was well attended by all the GOA Golfers, GOA members and their wives and families. Roy Do Rosario, Sports Director G.O.A.-NSW in his welcome address said that the Golf wing had consistently maintained the more...

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‘University of New Castle to celebrate 101 years of Indian Cinema’

By at February 7, 2014 | 8:02 pm | 0 Comment

‘University of New Castle to celebrate 101 years of Indian Cinema’

 To celebrate 101 years of Indian cinema, especially Bollywood and its reach in the world, the School of Design, Communication and IT, University of Newcastle, NSW is organizing a two days event – Bollywood 101 Film Festival on February 20 at the Tower Cinema and Bollywood and Its Other(s) conference on February 21 at the TV Studio, ICT Building, DCITT, University of more...

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Asylum-seekers – Third most important matter for Australians

By at February 5, 2014 | 10:39 pm | 0 Comment

Asylum-seekers – Third most important matter for Australians

What do Australians really think of migrants and asylum-seekers?  This fraught question will be explored at a Sydney forum next week, based on the results of a high-powered national survey on social cohesion.  Organised by the Community Relations Commission of NSW, the forum has been prompted by the findings of the Sixth Scanlon Foundation Mapping Social Cohesion more...

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Dominello to visit India to strengthen cultural and trade ties

By at February 5, 2014 | 10:28 pm | 0 Comment

Dominello to visit India to strengthen cultural and trade ties

Minister for Citizenship and Communities, Victor Dominello will visit India this week, supporting initiatives of NSW Premier, Barry O’Farrell to promote trade and investment opportunities in NSW. Dominello will spend five days in India, where he will meet Indian trade representatives in Gujarat and sister-state Maharashtra, where he will discuss work programs on more...

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Spicy and Hot – Kashmiri Dam Aloo

By at February 4, 2014 | 4:25 pm | 0 Comment

Spicy and Hot – Kashmiri Dam Aloo

Kashmiri cuisine is rich, flavourful and hot . Kashmiri's used very fragrant and hot spices to flavour their food. Authentic Kashmiri ‘Dum Aloo’ is cooked with yogurt, fennel ,ginger powder and few spices, and while cooking on dum, the gravy is almost absorbed in the potatoes and then the potatoes are served coated with spices and little fat and off course very more...

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AIII geared up for ‘Holi Fair 2014’

By at February 4, 2014 | 3:26 pm | 0 Comment

AIII geared up for ‘Holi Fair 2014’

Australian Indian Innovations Inc (AIII) in association with Sundrop Group is all set to organise ‘AIII Holi Mela’ 2014 at the Sandown Race course on March 16. This is the AIII’s sixth year of staging the Holi Fair at Sandown Racecourse. The Fair, which will run from 11.30 AM to 8.30 PM, will be in two sessions. The first session will start at 11:30 AM and more...

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‘Multicultural March’ to keep NSW busy

By at February 4, 2014 | 3:13 pm | 0 Comment

‘Multicultural March’ to keep NSW busy

After a long break of Christmas and New Year celebrations, 2104 started with the celebrations of Australian day, Indian Republic day and recently the Chinese New year which kept every one busy. Continuing with the celebrations, the NSW government is gearing up for   ‘Multicultural March’- a month assigned to celebrate the Multiculturalism of NSW with activities more...

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‘Jonty Rhodes to write for Cricket Lifestyle’

By at January 21, 2014 | 3:59 pm | 0 Comment

‘Jonty Rhodes to write for Cricket Lifestyle’

Jonathan Neil Rhodes, better known as Jonty, was born in Pietermaritzburg on the 27th of July 1969. Jonty was not only a whizz on the sports field but also excelled academically. For most of his He was in the ‘B class’ for most of his schooling career but improved to an ‘A’ pupil by the time he got to matric level. Although it was cricket that shot Jonty to more...

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‘Relevance of Vastu to Astrology’

By at January 21, 2014 | 3:47 pm | 0 Comment

‘Relevance of Vastu to Astrology’

Many difficulties or sufferings in various aspects of our lives are the direct result of vastu defects in our residential building or in our office and unfavourable planetary influences in our horoscopes. We might have used colours which are unfavourable to us as per our birth charts / horoscopes. We might be having a puja sthana / place of meditation in a wrong place; more...

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