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Headis – High energy new sport about to hit Sydney

By at February 13, 2018 | 5:51 pm | 0 Comment

Headis – High energy new sport about to hit Sydney

Headis is a game that has rapidly become popular in Europe and is now spreading to many other countries. It will land in Australia in February with a visit from René Wegner who invented the game in 2006 when he was a student in Germany. René Wegner will be available for interview or for a photo opportunity throughout his stay in Sydney from 16 to 24 February. René is more...

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Pandit Rajendra Gangani creates ‘Kathak magic’ in Sydney

By at November 8, 2017 | 12:24 am | 0 Comment

Pandit Rajendra Gangani creates ‘Kathak magic’ in Sydney

Maestro Pandit Rajendra Gangani, one of the most revered classical artists of India, is popularizing Kathak and widening its repertoire without meddling with the classical framework of the form. Rajendra Gangani belongs to Jaipur Gharana and is seventh scion of the lineage. An accomplished artist, Rajendra Gangani wears many roles, a guru, performer, choreographer, more...

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Vivid -‘Festival of lights’ to illuminate Sydney for 23 spectacular nights

By at March 15, 2017 | 12:10 am | 0 Comment

Vivid -‘Festival of lights’ to illuminate Sydney for 23 spectacular nights

Vivid Sydney returns from 26 May to 17 June 2017, promising its biggest program ever. The world’s largest festival of light, music and ideas returns this year with a stellar program that will illuminate Sydney for 23 spectacular nights. The Vivid Light Walk returns to the city, joined by displays at Chatswood, Martin Place, Darling Harbour, Taronga Zoo, plus an more...

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Indian-Australians celebrate 68th Republic Day in Sydney

By at January 26, 2017 | 4:40 pm | 0 Comment

Indian-Australians celebrate 68th Republic Day in Sydney

26th January has a special relevance for both Indians and Australians. Where Indians celebrate their Republic Day, the Australians celebrate their Foundation day.  But Indian-Australians have a bit more to celebrate as they celebrate the achievements of both the nations; one where they were born and the other where they migrated and adopted as their home. An event more...

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Indian Consulate celebrates PBD and World Hindi Day in Sydney

By at January 17, 2017 | 11:21 pm | 0 Comment

Indian Consulate celebrates PBD and World Hindi Day in Sydney

An event was organized by Consulate General of India in Sydney on January 9, 2017 to celebrate the 14th   Parvasi Bharatiya Divas (PBD 2017) and World Hindi Day 2017 at Indian Cultural Center, Sydney. The event was well attended by Indian people from different backgrounds. The program started with the lighting of lamp by Consul General B Vanlalvawna, Mala Mehta, more...

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Swastik Institute to present – ‘A magical Journey with Krishna’ on August 27

By at July 23, 2016 | 12:47 am | 0 Comment

Swastik Institute to present – ‘A magical Journey with Krishna’ on August 27

A sea of sequins and saris will descend upon Parramatta’s Riverside Theatre with ‘A Magical Journey with Krishna ‘– which will be performed for one  night only on August 27. Produced by Swastik Institute of Dance, the play will feature sweeping dance performances, foot-tapping music, dazzling costumes, and a cast of more than 100 actors and dancers. “It is more...

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Water bills set to be reduced

By at July 6, 2015 | 9:53 pm | 0 Comment

Water bills set to be reduced

Households will save up to $100 on their water bill each year under a proposal from Sydney Water. Minister for Lands and Water Niall Blair said the proposal to make Sydney Water more efficient to reduce water bills will assist families across Sydney. “By making government agencies, like Sydney Water, more efficient it means those savings can be passed on to more...

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Lakshmy Ramaswamy and Aditi Bhalla declared as winners of IASDS – 2015

By at July 6, 2015 | 9:22 pm | 0 Comment

Lakshmy Ramaswamy and Aditi Bhalla declared as winners of IASDS – 2015

Dashing costumes, energetic moves, artistic props and loads of energy was showcased by the contestants in the finals of the Indian Australian Singing and Dancing Star 2015.   Contestants participating in IASDS – a ‘Talent Hunt’ show organized by Hindi Gaurav showed that nothing can deter the spirit when it comes to talent. Bahai Center was brimming with more...

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Usha Uthap: ‘A combo of tradition and modernity’

By at May 18, 2015 | 3:13 pm | 0 Comment

Usha Uthap: ‘A combo of tradition and modernity’

More than four decades ago, the night clubs in Chennai resonated with a melodious voice and that was the beginning of a new chapter in the history of Indi-Pop music. Let me describe her … ‘She is traditional, yet far off from being conservative. Clad in a saree, she sings western leg-shaking numbers and the trademark 'Bindi'  is her specialty’, ...  yes we are more...

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Harbhajan Mann—Riding the Ladder

By at April 30, 2015 | 10:14 pm | 0 Comment

Harbhajan Mann—Riding the Ladder

After gaining popularity as a versatile singer, Harbhajan Mann is  now dominating the Punjabi film industry. When the  'Galan Gorian De Wich Toye’ fame singer Harbhajan Mann was featured in the Punjabi film ‘Jee Aayan Nu’ in 2002, the audience went berserk and the man with a syrupy voice became the talk of the town. Whether it was singing, dance videos or acting, more...

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