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‘Abhinay School of Performing Arts’ all set to perform at the Vedanta play festival

By at June 6, 2014 | 5:09 pm | 0 Comment

‘Abhinay School of Performing Arts’ all set to  perform at the Vedanta play festival

There  are only few hours to go for the Vedanta ten-minute play festival which will take you to a journey of self- discovery through 22 plays set in the suburbs of contemporary Australia and 18th Century India.   The festival is focussed on exploring the life and teachings of Swami Vivekananda and his impact on Modern Society. Aishveryaa Nidhi, a veteran more...

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OFBJP organised grand celebrations on BJP’s victory

By at May 20, 2014 | 8:49 pm | 0 Comment

OFBJP organised grand celebrations on BJP’s victory

It was a historic day for Indian Politics and the Indians living in Australia made it more significant by celebrating the victory of BJP with Bhangra, dhol and partying.   On May 16, the D-Day for the Indian politics, the Overseas Friends of BJP celebrated their party’s success in Grand Marion Palace with full grandeur. Sanjay Patel of Patel Brothers along more...

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ATF organised Vanabhojanalu

By at April 24, 2014 | 2:01 pm | 0 Comment

ATF organised Vanabhojanalu

With over 150 participants, ATF-Vanabhojanalu (Picnic in Forest) brought all Sydney siders originated from Telangana state together. ATF organized this outstanding event at Cattai National Park on April 13, 2014. Vanabhojanalu is a forest picnic where people of a community share their happiness. During Vanabhojanalu all people prepare food together. They play games and more...

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Sahil Phull spreading awareness about ‘voting’ at busy ‘Juhu’ signal

By at April 23, 2014 | 3:22 pm | 0 Comment

Sahil Phull spreading awareness about ‘voting’  at busy ‘Juhu’ signal

To disseminate the  message of ‘Right to vote’ and to make more and more people aware about their power of vote, actor Sahil Phull  is running a  very special campaign  on the  busiest Juhu Signal, Mumbai .   Sahil’s 10  days long campaign, “Please Vote and Win a Trip to Better India’ which started on 14 th April aims at sending a message to the more...

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Pallavi shortlisted as a finalist in ‘Diversity and the Law’ at the Australian Migration and Settlement Awards , 2014

By at April 10, 2014 | 1:43 pm | 0 Comment

Pallavi shortlisted as a finalist in ‘Diversity and the Law’ at the Australian Migration  and Settlement Awards , 2014

Pallavi Sinha, a migrant lawyer, migration law lecturer at the Australian National University and an accredited mediator and counsellor is actively involved with the Indian subcontinent community for over two decades now. Although she is born and brought up in Australia, but her Indian background has much impact on her and that is the reason she has a soft corner for the more...

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‘Localities enjoyed chat with Liberal State and Federal Members at Hornsby Heights’

By at April 2, 2014 | 1:50 pm | 0 Comment

‘Localities enjoyed chat with Liberal State and Federal Members at Hornsby Heights’

The Fox Valley branch of the Liberal party held a meet and greet with the name “Eggs and Politics” on March 29 at Hornsby Heights.   David Citer , Councillor for the Gordon Ward at Ku-ring-gai Council hosted this breakfast with Matt Kean MP and Philip Ruddock. It was  a free family barbecue and a great opportunity for people to have a chat with their more...

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‘Into a filmmaker’s mind’

By at March 21, 2014 | 2:48 pm | 0 Comment

‘Into a filmmaker’s mind’

There is now a new generation of storytellers amid us and they are willing to go to great lengths to showcase the story in the right way. They don’t want to focus on routine subjects, but on unusual subjects which most of the times are neglected by the old hand filmmakers. One may wonder as to what retains debutant filmmakers in an industry where there are hordes of more...

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Suman Kapoor – ‘A gritty and inspiring lady’

By at March 19, 2014 | 11:27 pm | 0 Comment

Suman Kapoor – ‘A gritty and  inspiring lady’

All around us are success stories — some deeply inspiring and others less noticed — of women who have shown courage, will and determination in their lives and careers and have contributed in different ways to the society. Suman Kapoor is one such personality. She is not an activist, not even a protester but visionary who values and recognises diversity.  Whatever more...

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‘Strings’ – film based on ‘Hope and Despair’ set to rock out in IFFM

By at March 19, 2014 | 3:33 pm | 0 Comment

‘Strings’ – film based on ‘Hope and Despair’ set to rock out in IFFM

The latest production of Sandeep Raj Films, ‘Strings’ is all set to rock in the   Indian Film Festival of Melbourne (IFFM).  Vidya Balan along with other Bollywood mentors will judge the movie   in the film festival. Sandeep Raj Films have many hopes from the film.  The film deals with very delicate issues. The concept of the film is based on “Hope” – more...

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ATF held health seminar

By at March 13, 2014 | 2:27 pm | 0 Comment

ATF held health seminar

To educate the society about the health matters, ATF orgnaised a seminar at Toongabbie community centre on March 9. About 35 people participated in the seminar and learnt about the health issues in this 3 hours long seminar which started at 4:30 PM. Dr Yadu Singh, Sydney based renowned Cardiologist while speaking on the occasion emphasized on the importance of a more...

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