QUAD meeting 3 March 22 Russia-Ukraine conflict

The Russian invasion of Ukraine or Russia-Ukraine conflict has generated horrifying visuals which occupy the global broadcasting space today to instill a sense of complete hopelessness for the common man while the leaders go about their egotistical agendas directing their spin doctors to design the appropriate narrative for them. IfRead More →

Hijab Protests Melbourne

Whenever there are elections in India, its diversity is used as a tool by politicians of all persuasions to earn some political capital. This latest issue of wearing hijab in school classrooms or hijab protests is one such issue which would never have come up, were there no elections inRead More →

Daniel Andrews has announced restrictions to ease in Victoria

With continuous better numbers on COVID, Victoria’s restrictions are set to ease from Friday, February 18. With hospitalisation numbers and community transmission decreasing and more than half of Victorians aged over 16 now vaccinated with three doses, a number of common-sense restrictions and recommendations in place during the state’s OmicronRead More →

S. Jaishankar Lisa Singh at the Australia India Institute

Dr S. Jaishankar, India’s minister for External Affairs visited Australia last week for QUAD security talks meeting his counterparts from Australia, the US and Japan. Dr S. Jaishankar also met the Prime Minister Scott Morrison, Anthony Albanese Federal leader of the Opposition and Federal Minister for Immigration Alex Hawke. InRead More →

Kahshaliya Vaghela

Indians make history no matter where they are. And Kaushaliya Vaghela, the first Indian born Labor MP in Victoria, made history when she sensationally crossed the floor and delivered the crucial vote required to have the Andrews government’s infamous “red shirts” scandal reinvestigated? We sift through her political journey toRead More →

Literacy and numeracy test for senior students from 2022

As part of the Andrews Labor Government’s reform of the VCE and VCAL system, Victorian senior secondary students will have their literacy and numeracy skills measured against new standards in a reformed General Achievement Test (GAT) from this year. Minister for Education James Merlino today announced the changes to theRead More →