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‘Happy times ahead for Amar’

By at February 18, 2014 | 3:54 pm | 0 Comment

‘Happy times ahead for Amar’

Amardeep Saran, a muscular guy with undulating muscles is an engaging actor with boundless enthusiasm for the process of creating a character from the page to the screen. Destiny decides your fate and this holds true for Amardeep as well who after completing his degree in Physiotherapy chose acting as a career. Amardeep was always fascinated by acting, so after more...

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Bollywood strengthening ‘Indo-Aus’ ties: Dr Vikrant Kishore

By at February 17, 2014 | 1:05 pm | 0 Comment

Bollywood strengthening ‘Indo-Aus’ ties: Dr Vikrant Kishore

Newcastle is all set to hold a major Bollywood 101 Film festival and an International Conference on "Bollywood and It's others" on February 20th and 21st , 2014. Bollywood has always attracted the fancy of the people as it is the largest film producer in India. It is a globalized cultural industry, cinema of attractions and the most fascinating film industry of the more...

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‘We need to raise our boys to be gentlemen,’ says Victor Dominello

By at February 14, 2014 | 4:23 pm | 0 Comment

‘We need to raise our boys to be  gentlemen,’ says Victor Dominello

It was a great ‘Premier Multicultural Media Awards’ night at Doltone house on Thursday February 13 where different ethnic media groups were awarded for their achievements and  contributions to the Australian society. The Premier's Multicultural Media Awards initiated and supported by the New South Wales Government, recognises excellence in journalism across the more...

National

Don’t miss ‘Bollywood Tadka’ in Short+Sweet week 7

By at February 13, 2014 | 2:15 pm | 0 Comment

Don’t miss ‘Bollywood Tadka’ in Short+Sweet week 7

As the Short+ Sweet festival is heading towards its final stages, it is becoming more competitive and interesting.  With so many artists bringing on stage the vivid subjects and stories through their plays, the competition is getting tougher. Many of the finalists have already been locked in for the Gala Awards Final at the Seymour Centre York Theatre on Friday 21 more...

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GOPIO felicitates meritorious Indian origin HSC students

By at February 12, 2014 | 10:30 am | 0 Comment

GOPIO felicitates meritorious Indian origin HSC students

GOPIO  organised ‘GYAAN-2014 Young Achievers Awards Night’ to  praise the meritorious HSC students.  The event was held on February  9, under the president ship of Bhupinder Chibber at Castle Grande, Castle Hill, NSW. The event was a tremendous success, well received and attended by about 400 people. GYAAN- Young Achievers Awards Night is a signature event more...

Community , India

It’s ‘Jhappi time’ for Indians

By at February 12, 2014 | 3:38 am | 0 Comment

It’s ‘Jhappi time’ for Indians

It’s  Jhappi time !!! Yes, it is - ‘Jhappi  is all about sharing a warm, loving hug with those you care about the most – and where better for ‘Jhappi Time’ than Sydney and New South Wales? Jhappi is a very common 'Punjabi' and 'Hindi' word which means a tight loving hug. This lingo has become a common household word in India because of its frequent usage in more...

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Bollywood Conference : An opportunity to peek into Bollywood

By at February 10, 2014 | 7:36 pm | 0 Comment

Bollywood Conference : An opportunity to peek into Bollywood

To celebrate 101 years of Indian cinema, the University of Newcastle, NSW has organized a two day event beginning with a free film screening followed by an academic conference. Bollywood 101 Film Festival on February 20  will start at 6 pm at Tower Cinema. The Film Festival will be attended by special guests including  Arun Kumar Goel -Consul General of India, Prof more...

World

Short+Sweet week 6 focussed on ‘staid and severe’ issues

By at February 10, 2014 | 1:03 am | 0 Comment

Short+Sweet week 6 focussed on ‘staid and severe’ issues

As the Short +Sweet festival continues to its week 6, theatre lovers have a chance to watch some serious plays with intense story line.  Many severe issues will be highlighted this week ranging from a murder mystery to men on weekend detention. Week 6 features a diabolical puzzle, a Muslim woman at a Nazi job interview, a murder mystery, an immigrant discovering more...

National

‘GOPIO NW distributed shoes and warm clothes to underprivileged children in North India’

By at February 9, 2014 | 1:38 pm | 0 Comment

‘GOPIO NW distributed shoes and warm clothes to underprivileged children in North  India’

Continuing its efforts to help the underprivileged school children in India, GOPIO Sydney North West (NW) Chapter delivered shoes and warm clothes to underprivileged school children at village Wara Poh Windia (Zira) in North India on January 31, 2014. It is the 4th year of  uninterrupted charity service  by GOPIO Sydney North West. For the last four years, the more...

Community , India

‘Bollywood Under The Stars’ marked CIA’s Australia Day/ Indian Republic Day Celebrations’

By at February 8, 2014 | 12:49 pm | 0 Comment

‘Bollywood Under The Stars’ marked CIA’s Australia Day/ Indian Republic Day Celebrations’

The 'Ironbark lake park' at the Ponds, Western Sydney provided a picturesque and a perfect location to the Council of Indian Australians (CIA) for celebrating the Australia Day / Indian Republic Day on January 26, 201`4. The Council of Indian Australians represents nearly 400,000 members of the Indian community in Australia. Keeping in mind, the centenary milestone more...

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