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An Australian’s love affair with India

Growing up in Melbourne and going to school in Box Hill decades ago, Sue Drummond remembers the first Indian girl she made friends with...

End of an era but a new beginning for Tamil Feasts

Most stories on refugees often revolve around transit, but the story of Nirma and three of his other refugee mates from Sri Lanka is...

The Indian Sun writer awarded Judith Neilson Institute grant

Indira Laisram to research and write stories on Indian migrants and the diaspora in Victoria Indira Laisram, a contributor for The Indian Sun, has been...

Finding sweet deals amid coronavirus

Cranbourne-based real estate consultant Alap Patel on how to keep moving in the current crisis. Joining the Qoin movement, he says, was one of...

Are migrants easy prey to branch stacking?

The practice of recruiting large numbers of new party members to influence the results of an internal part ballot, particularly of pre-selections for parliamentary...

A son’s vision, a father’s mission — the story of Qoin

Raj Pathak on how Qoin is a step ahead for global commerce In April 2017, sitting at the airport lounge on a flight from Perth...

Long road home: Stranded Indians in Australia

Melbourne-based Prashant Pandey was all set to go to India for the birth of his first child when COVID-19 took the world by storm....

How Melbourne dancer Sam Goraya is creating more art during lockdown

Early in March just before the coronavirus lockdown brought Melbourne to a standstill, Sam Goraya and his two Odissi dancer friends from India were...
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