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Wednesday, May 12, 2021

Guiding Star

Jennifer Star’s NGO Tara.Ed works with 21 schools in rural India, training 250 teachers and helping educate more than 6,500 underprivileged children   Since first deciding...

Snoop troop

NRI parents down under are now turning to detectives in India to spy on potential brides and grooms in the marriage market   Tucked away on...

Mixed, but matched

Chindians are people of mixed Chinese and Indian heritage. A minority within a minority, little is known about this community. The Chindian Diaries exhibition...

Literary Commons! Sharing Australian, Indian stories

First Nations Australia Writers Network and UWS Writing and Society Research Centre launch cross-border literary platform Last September a group of 12 indigenous writers...

The Bud who came into bloom

Manpreet K Singh delves into the life of Bud Singh, the Punjabi hawker who contributed to the development of Australia in the early 20th...

The healer’s touch

For the last 25 years, the Kairali Ayurvedic Group, founded on the principles of authentic Ayurvedic medicine and philosophy, has believed in delivering high...

Raising bilingual children possible: linguist

Dr Susanne Dopke says learning two languages will give child a high level of awareness about grammar and sentence structure Australia’s bias towards English makes...

The answer is ‘why’

You’ve got the money, the job, the friends – the IQ, the EQ and every other Q – so why is it that you...

Social media helps mental health website reach out to youth

Young Australians are now turning to the internet as a platform for information and support about mental well-being. In an increasingly digital world, ReachOut.com is...

Indian flavour, Aussie flourish

Director Stanley Joseph tells Alys Francis why he wants his movies to break free of the Bollywood mould. And how his first filmMy Cornerstone...