Melbourne, May 2: A 7-Eleven operator in Sydney has been penalised a record $214,200 for deliberately short-changing two migrant employees and falsifying records, following legal action by the Fair Work Ombudsman. Harmandeep Singh Sarkaria – who owns and operates the 7-Eleven fuel outlet at 354 Flushcombe Road in Blacktown –Read More →

Melbourne, April 25: That was in April 1915, when the Indian Expeditionary force “G” was sent to reinforce the Gallipoli campaign. The Allied forces consisted of a massive Indian Contingent of 16,000 Crack Indian Soldiers who fought gallantly alongside the ANZACS for the entire 8 long months of Close Battle,Read More →

Issuing such politically correct statements for a particular religion mounts the challenge of ‘exclusion’ of other religions, and would most definitely fan the flames of irrational and incoherent thinking writes Ramakrishna VenuGopal Melbourne, April 29: Attorney-General Martin Pakula has taken to social media to call out the “disgraceful stuff” thatRead More →

Oakleigh, April 23: The Indian community in Melbourne celebrated 22nd Anniversary of VCE Hindi Award Function at the Oakleigh Hall today. Rahul Gupta, President, Hindi Niketan thanked everyone on behalf of Hindi Niketan who had attended and encouraged the efforts of VCE class of Hindi student of 2015. He also proposedRead More →

Melbourne, April 29: Police are appealing for public assistance to help locate missing 22-year-old man Tej Chitnis. At 10:00am Wednesday 27th April 2016 Tej left his Burwood East home address in his silver Golf. He usually drives to the Blackburn Railway station, parks his car in a nearby street andRead More →

Melbourne, April 28: New migrants to Australia generally eat more healthy diets than the locals, but many are dragged into bad habits by Australia’s fast food culture, new research has found. The study found new migrants were much more likely to eat together as a family than established Australians andRead More →

Melbourne, April 28: Inspired by the humble cactus, a new type of membrane has the potential to significantly boost the performance of fuel cells and transform the electric vehicle industry. The membrane, developed by scientists from CSIRO and Hanyang University in Korea, was described today in the journal Nature. TheRead More →

A rare and evocative narration on abandonment! India’s Shekhawati area of Rajasthan today hosts abandoned mansions and desert towns; whilst descendants have been drawn to urban and economic centres. Melbourne’s architectural photographer Kip Scott visited Rajasthan, India in 2015 and fell in love with this Shekhawati region. His recently publishedRead More →

Melbourne, April 21: The Australian city of Melbourne has been named the world’s best sporting city of the past decade, beating London, New York, Tokyo, Berlin and Sydney to the crown. Melbourne won three out of 14 categories at the 2016 Ultimate Sports City awards in Switzerland on Wednesday, includingRead More →