Celebrate India Inc. is once again fully ready with their Diwali 2019 celebrations program. Having delivered the festivities for many years, and growing by leaps and bounds each year, this year’s program promises to beat all previous offerings. With over 40 videos from groups and solo artists submitted, the very
Detecting Racial Microaggression in our society Australia is made up a large number of ethnic groups – having come to live in Australia from all over the world. In sucha diverse scenario – there are bound to be minority groups and if the instruments governing society are not well-oiled and
R. VenuGopal, Bharat Times Melbourne, 30 September: A Tamil family of Sri Lankan descent – comprising of the husband Nadesalingam, wife priya and their two Australian born daughters, who were being deported back to Sri Lanka – have won a five day stay on their deportation while their lawyers make
R. VenuGopal, Bharat Times Poshik Sharma, an Indian student in Melbourne, has been found dead in tragic but strange and unusual circumstances. His death is not being treated as suspicious. Rescue search for Poshik, who went missing after arguing with his friends at Duck Inn, a pub in Marysville, rural
Canberra, 28 June: The Morrison Government continues to focus on Australian citizenship processing and creating a common bond between communities through Australian citizenship. Between 1 July 2018 and 31 May 2019, more than 132,000 citizenship by conferral applications have been approved, up from 70,000 in the same period last year.
Multicultural audiences are proud of their country of birth and proud that Australia has provided for a new beginning. Salvation Army Red Shield appeal is one of the many opportunities where many look forward to contribute back. Leichhardt, May 1: Federal Minister Hon David Coleman MP, Minister for Immigration, Citizenship