Indian Spies expelled from Australia

A report published in the Washington Post has revealed the identity of the nation, the 2 spies expelled from Australia in 2020 were Indian spies – from the busted spy-nest. It has been claimed in the media that the 2 operatives (Indian spies) were ‘undeclared’ agents in Australia, involved inRead More →

Kangana Supriya Shrinate

A social media in-charge Supriya Shrinate’s now deleted post commenting on actor Kangana Ranaut who is the BJP candidate from the Mandi Lok Sabha constituency in Himachal Pradesh has triggered a political tsunami. In the post, Supriya Shrinate posted a semi-nude photo of Kangana with the caption – “Kya Bhav chal raha hai MandiRead More →

Daniel Andrews-Mat Guy - Gap Closing

It is up to the women in Victoria The state election 2022 result on Saturday will be a lot tighter than many would have thought. According to The Age, voters have significantly moved away from Labor in the last few days and the primary vote for both major parties nowRead More →

Rinku Sharma

Melbourne, February 15: The Vishva Hindu Parishad (VHP) in India has claimed that 25-year-old Rinku Sharma was stabbed to death in India’s capital city, Delhi; for being part of a donation drive for the Ram Mandir construction in Ayodhya, in India. The murder case has now been transferred to CrimeRead More →

2021 Honours List has Anandhan p Naidoo and Amarjit More

The Australia Day 2021 Honours List, recognises 844 Australians. Two prominent Indian Australians feature in this year’s Honours List. Late Dr Amarjit Singh More (of Woolgoolga) and Dr Anandhan Perumal Naidoo (of Coffs Harbour) have been awarded OAM. Amarjit Singh More OAM Dr Amarjit Singh More was first honoured inRead More →

Kangana subdues Tharoor

‘I’d like all Indian women to be as empowered as you’ When ambitious politician Kamal Hassan tweeted originally in Tamil and then in English to reach wider audiences; about recognising home-making as salaried profession; little did he know that his bluff would be called out more by women than anyoneRead More →

Why Barry O'Farrell's meeting with the RSS chief was not wrong

When Australian High Commissioner to India Barry O’Farrell met the chief of Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS), Mohan Bhagwat, last month, he tweeted that RSS had been actively supporting the community during the COVID-19 pandemic. “The @RSSorg has been actively supporting the community during COVID19. I met with Sarsanghchalak Dr Mohan Bhagwat whoRead More →