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Sachin sweeps Bandra, Modi praises

  Cricket maestro Bharat Ratna Sachin Tendulkar and Yuva Sena chief Aditya Thackeray and others picked up brooms to sweep parts of Bandra here on Tuesday, earning praise directly from Prime Minister Narendra Modi. The move follows a recent appeal by Modi to prominent personalities urging them to take part in the renewed sanitation drive…

Australian Preschools urged to offer Hindi language learning in 2018

Canberra, October 10: Minister for Education and Training, Simon Birmingham is encouraging preschools across Australia to introduce children to Hindi in 2018 as part of a language program run by the Turnbull Government. Applications are now open for participation in the Early Learning Languages Australia (ELLA) program which engages pre-schoolers with languages other than English…

International Students- India now 3rd largest source nation

Australia is now firmly entrenched as the third most popular global destination for international students studying abroad, as the international student population continues to increase in both universities and other education sectors. According to the latest research from Savills Australian Student Accommodation Market Report, Australia has a strong reliance on international students from a number…

Fame does not come cheap, says Vikram Bhatt

He had a rocky start in Bollywood and faced upheavals in his personal life but earned fame with films like “Ghulam”, “Raaz” and “1920”. Filmmaker Vikram Bhatt says life in the spotlight comes at a price — and he has paid heavily. “My life in the spotlight has cost me a lot,” Bhatt told IANS…

‘padhaaku’: Kriti Sanon

  New Delhi: Kriti Sanon, who shifted gears from being an engineering graduate to becoming a model and actress, says she was very studious as a child. “I was very ‘padhaaku’ (studious), at least till the second year of college. I couldn’t sleep if I hadn’t finished my course. I couldn’t eat also. I used…

Dhoni will play 2019 World Cup, says Shastri

New Delhi: India head coach Ravi Shastri has dismissed doubts about Mahendra Singh Dhoni’s international future, saying that the team management cannot even think of removing the Ranchi stalwart considering his current form and fitness. Dhoni was in top form in Sri Lanka, having scored 162 runs with a strike-rate of 82.23. The former India…

Australian Standard Bureau’s many standards..!

MLA’s Lamb ad sparks Australia wide protests Melbourne, September 24:  As reported by Bharat Times earlier, the Meat & Livestock Australia (“MLA”) advertisement depicting Lord Ganesh in its Lamb advertisement has upset Indians and Hindus all over the world. Such is the depth of gravity of their hurt and protest that the matter had the…

Australia wide protests against MLA’s Ganesha ridicule ad

India Forums Australia organised a peaceful gathering – “Stand For Ganesha” to raise awareness throughout Australia. People gathered in Melbourne Sydney, Adelaide, Brisbane and Perth in different numbers but all Ganesha worshippers who protested peacefully against the might of the powerful Meat & Livestock Australia (“MLA”) who have chosen to ridicule God Ganesha by putting…

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