Boronia, June 20: Melbourne’s First Hindu Organisation and Temple & Associations (HOTA) Forum held on the first Sunday of June, at Sri Vakratunda Vinayagar Hindu Temple in Basin, Melbourne was a big success. HOTA, using the Ekta Shankh as its symbol, brought together representatives from different cultural, spiritual and educational groups ofRead More →

Chandigarh, July 25: The Australian government is in the advanced stage of signing an MoU with the Punjab Institute of Sports to provide training to the sportspersons and coaches to upgrade their skills in the sports, Australian High Commissioner to India Harinder Sidhu said on Sunday. She also said thatRead More →

Access to Australian International education made easier Effective 1 July 2016, the application process for student visas has been streamlined and simplified. Melbourne, July 24: Pre-July 2016, there were 7 student visa subclasses 570, 571, 572, 573, 574, 575 and 576 and these subclass resided on the type of courseRead More →

Melbourne, July 24: For the past 45 years, the Show has grown to be the largest Camellia Show in Victoria and is a highlight of the Victorian Winter Horticultural Calendar. The Camellia is hailed as ‘The Queen of the Winter Flowers’. THE ICONIC CAMELLIA & GARDEN SHOW is on againRead More →

Canberra, July 22: An 1,800-year-old Buddha statue which was displayed in the National Gallery of Australia (NGA) is being prepared for its return to India, after it was found to have been purchased from an illegal antiquity trafficker, authorities said on Friday. The second-century statue stands at 1.3 metres tall,Read More →

Australian universities should explore ways of working with Indian institutions By Trent Brown and Craig Jeffery Melbourne, July 20: India has a high and growing demand for tertiary education that can’t currently be met by Indian institutions alone. The government’s goal to fill 40 million university places by 2020 meansRead More →