Toronto, March 4:Excessive intake of coffee is likely to reduce the risk of multiple sclerosis (MS), an autoimmune condition affecting the nerve cells, finds a study. The findings, which add to the growing evidence of health benefits of coffee, showed that the higher the quantity of coffee consumed in aRead More →

Take your valentine to cloud nine this Valentine’s Day with a visit to Melbourne’s most romantic spot, Eureka Skydeck, from 10am until late. Love birds visiting Eureka Skydeck will be greeted by a giant LOVE sign, before being whisked up the elevator to relish in the breathtaking 360 degree, floor-to-ceilingRead More →

Shillong, February 6: Indian women’s football team’s goalkeeper Aditi Chauhan believes the game is the new trend in India and is on an upward graph. “Women’s football is the new trend in India and it certainly is on an upward surge. It is heartening to see young girls passionately indulgedRead More →

Some important and latest tips around how students can manage their backpacks and posture to optimise health and prevent the risk of possible long term spinal damage. As children return to school this January, the Chiropractors’ Association of Australia (CAA) Deputy President, Dr. Andrew Lawrence, would like to warn parentsRead More →

New York, February 8: US researchers have found a new sunscreen that guarantees no loss of vitamin D, rather allows the body to produce the essential vitamin, a deficiency or insufficiency of which causes major health problems in both adults and children. Researchers from Boston University in the US developedRead More →

London, February 8: Spanish researchers have found that children whose mothers ate three to four servings of fish a week during pregnancy had higher IQ scores than those whose mothers ate less amount of fish. The research also showed that consuming fish during pregnancy may help reduce offspring’s risk ofRead More →

Some simple yet scrumptious ideas from The Dairy Kitchen whether you are thinking of evening tea or for kids’ lunchbox. The goodness of dairy brings veggies to life and adds a little oomph to even bland Zucchini. Chocolate Stuffed Gingerbread Cookies – Makes 25 Ingredients: 125g unsalted butter 1/2 cupRead More →

THAT MINUTE … never returns is a short film by Melbourne based filmmaker Ashok Chavali. The film portrays a unique but well researched father-daughter relationship. Each father-daughter relationship is unique yet most Indian households draw a parallel – best described as love-hate-love relationship until she moves on as a responsibleRead More →

On 15 December 2015, Herald Sun printed this piece with this huge photograph with this caption – A country best enjoyed together – and ran a story of Deven Pravin Tanna as below: While Victoria’s Indian community is huge, migrant Deven Tanna wasn’t able to find love here with someoneRead More →