Adelaide takes a shine to Punjab’s winter festival

In Punjabi folk tradition, Dulla Bhatti’s role in rescuing innocent girls from the clutches of lecherous men is enshrined in folk poetry that is...

Labor announces Multicultural Hub

The latest poll, published in the Australian newspaper, shows 32 per cent of SA voters intend to direct their first preference votes to SA...

‘Time we get Indian-Australian elected to State Parliament’

Mahanbir Grewal on his plans to spread the word about the Labor Party An engineer by profession and founding president of the Guru Nanak Society...
Indian doc celebrates 50 years of healing

Indian doc celebrates 50 years of healing

For years, Dr Jaya Pathi was the only woman solo practitioner in the northern area Dr Jaya Pathi, the longest serving GP in Adelaide northern...
Faith, love, hope and life anew

Faith, love, hope and life anew

Christmas or any other festive magic is powerful, but the power in our hearts is even more magical. Our ability to love one another,...

Life in the positive: Power of the collective

World AIDS Day (WAD) is held on 1 December each year to raise awareness about HIV/AIDS and its associated issues such as stigma and...

‘Family that prays together, stays together’

BAPS volunteers gather at Swaminarayan Mandir to celebrate Diwali and the idea of family bonding Diwali, commonly known as the Festival of Lights, is a...

At their Lever best

The Johnny Lever and Jamie Lever Comedy Show organised by SAARZ showed that laughter does run in the family Since our childhood, we have all...

In the spirit of Karva Chauth

On Karva Chauth, Hindu women mostly in north India, observe a day-long fast with no food or water for their husband's long life. They...

Friendship, the Milaap way

An organisation that works to enhance people-to-people relationships across borders  Seventy years ago, India and Pakistan decided to part ways. Lines were drawn on land,...
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