G20 Meet in Srinagar

While Prime Minister Narendra Modi Australian hospitality in Sydney, an equally important chapter of India rising was being written in Srinagar, Jammu & Kashmir territory of India. India was hosting the G20 Tourism Working Group Meet in Srinagar attended by G20 countries as the group’s president for 2023. This wasRead More →

Hon. Susan Ley Hon. Jason Wood - CALD communities

The Federal Opposition has revealed that the Albanese Government is leaving – the CALD (Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Communities), Australia’s multicultural communities behind when it comes to skills and training opportunities. When the Coalition was in Government it launched a dedicated campaign to inform Culturally and Linguistically Diverse communities about skillsRead More →


There are reports in the Indian media that pro-Khalistani activist Amritpal Singh soon could surrender at Akal Takht in Amritsar. Punjab Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann assured his state saying the state police were prepared for it or any other eventuality. In the recently released video by Amritpal which went viralRead More →

Docklands New School - Image- Fishermansbendrealty

Students in Melbourne’s growing inner city are being supported with the education they need, with a new campus to expand Docklands Primary School opening in coming months. Minister for Education Natalie Hutchins today announced that Docklands Primary School has secured a nearby site to become a second temporary campus forRead More →

V/Line fares capped at $9.20 max

Best news for families split between regional and metro Melbourne V/Line fares capped at $9.20 max throughout Victoria from March 31 The Andrews Labor Government is making public transport affordable and accessible to Victorians in every corner of the state, with the regional fare cap coming into effect from MarchRead More →

Minister Natalie Hutchins

The Andrews Labor Government is delivering the best start for kids across the state, with a new initiative to assess early literacy skills like phonics for Grade 1 students, through enhanced one-on-one assessments with teachers. Almost 55,000 students in Victorian government schools have been assessed through the English Online InterviewRead More →

Khalistan Referendum in Brisbane 19 March

After the debatable success of Melbourne referendum on January 29, the scheduled Khalistan Referendum in Brisbane went ahead on Sunday, 19 March only meeting with a meagre success. The numbers quoted is 11,000 by the Pakistan based media as against the numbers of 50,000 plus in Melbourne. While in India,Read More →