Sushant Singh Rajput’s death has been dominating Bollywood news for almost a month. Attention seeking Bollywood starlets have been finding it difficult to break into the news cycles and Anushka has managed to grab media attention, finally. Taking to Instagram, Anushka Sharma shared pictures from her Vogue photoshoot and manage
No word is more synonymous with China’s global conduct in the recent past than expansionism. Gorging countries with treacherous investment schemes through Belt and Road Initiatives (BRI)) is just a small offshoot of Beijing’s macro political agenda. Beijing knows India is no destination for its BRI schemes’ machiavellian results. It
The Indian parliament has passed the much controversial Citizenship Amendment Bill 2019 or CAB. It has finally been cleared by both houses of Indian parliament and will go to the President of India for his assent before it becomes the law. Under this new law – persecuted minorities of Hindus,
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
Dutton pledges loyalty to Morrison Scott Morrison has defeated Peter Dutton in the leadership spill by 45-40. Julie Bishop was also in the fray, making it a 3-way contest but was eliminated in the first vote. Having attempted and lost the leadership vote, the position of deputy leadership became vacant.
Sydney: Flexible and sturdy, Angelina’s bio-inspired plastic may soon be sustainable way of using seafood waste for all plastic bags. Angelina is a budding young scientist who had earlier won first prize in chemistry at the NSW Young Scientist Awards in 2016, for developing a plastic type made out of
MLA’s Lamb ad sparks Australia wide protests Melbourne, September 24: As reported by Bharat Times earlier, the Meat & Livestock Australia (“MLA”) advertisement depicting Lord Ganesh in its Lamb advertisement has upset Indians and Hindus all over the world. Such is the depth of gravity of their hurt and protest
Toorak, July 30: 2017 marked the 10th anniversary of the Australian Indian Benevolent and Charitable Trust (AIBCT, the Trust). As fund-raiser for the trust, former Honorary Consul General for India in Melbourne Dr T. J. Rao assisted by Dr Jasbir Bedi and Inderjit Jassal organized a musical concert – Mukesh