David Jones last week, - launched its Spring Summer 2016 campaign in line with a new brand promise, ‘One Name: Endless Possibilities.’ It was photographed on a rooftop in New York




Why Indian Australians want ABC 7.30 to Apologise?

ABC's 7.30 not allowed Jasvinder Sidhu to make broad and sweeping allegations of Migration Fraud within the Indian community, its presentation also magnified the problem according to Dinesh Malhotra.


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Indian submarine document leak, Australia concerned

Australia warns French shipbuilder; as Indian Submarine documents leaked

Canberra, Aug 26: Australia's Defence Department has warned French shipbuilding company DCNS to ensure total security of the plans for 12 next-generation naval submarine set to be built in Australia. Defence Industry Minister Christopher Pyne reportedly sent a strongly-worded statement to DCNS after it was revealed that, earlier this week, files containing sensitive information about ...
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Australian & Indian personnel in partnership during AUSINDEX2015. Photo Commonwealth of Australia

Building an India-US-Australia partnership in the Indian Ocean

New report calls for a tri-state co-operation between Australia, India and the United States to meet challenges in the Indo-Pacific by forging new partnership. Sydney, August 25: Australia should lead in creating a strong partnership with India that complements our core alliance with the United States, according to a new report written by David Brewster ...
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richa at the IFFM conference - I am closer to Pakistani Fawad Khan than a Tam-Bram South Indian

Women Empowerment – Richa Chadha got talking and then trolled

Melbourne, August 24: Melbourne’s annual Indian Film Festival in celebrating Bollywood to arthouse films through its theme – women empowerment for 2016 kicked off true to its spirit. Richa Chadha got talking! A snap-verbose-nee-women-empowerment googly from actress and feminist Richa Chadha – and media went ga-ga about how Richa defend­ed her Pakist­ani counterpart. And with ...
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national stroke week

think FAST this Stroke Week – protect your brain cells this September

Melbourne, August 25: National Stroke Week in September is around the corner and this year the Stroke Foundation is calling on the community to protect our brain cells from dying. So learn and share the signs of stroke. The Stroke Foundation is urging local residents to think FAST and learn the signs of stroke this ...
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Diksha bakes marshmallows

Diksha Khanna bakes Marshmallows on her way to Win AusMumpreneur 2016

Melbourne, August 18: Hoppers Crossing resident Diksha Khanna, who founded Amazeology Australia – that creates personalised marshmallows, macaroons and fortune cookies with customised designs; has been named 2016 St George Banking Group AusMumpreneur Retail Award winner. The award night held at Crown Melbourne, the mother of two, Diksha was presented with the award by Stuart ...
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Joanne Ryan worried with Indian influx

As Shorten wish Indians on Independence Day – Indian Influx worries for ALP?

Indian influx raises branch-stacking question for Shorten’s Labor: The Australian @rickwallaceoz Melbourne, August 16: As Bill Shorten prepared his statement to wish Indians on Independence Day, The Australian dropped a bombshell – Labor’s branch-stacking scandal in Victoria. Leader of Opposition and Member for Maribyrnong, Bill Shorten said that the “contribution of the Australian Indian community ...
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