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PECOSA ( Punjab Engineering College Old Student Association )

PECOSA ( Punjab Engineering College Old Student Association )

PECOSA Australia ( An Alumni of old students of PEC University & Technology, Chandigarh ) was started in 1991 in Sydney. It was a brainchild of Mr. Gian Banga who himself passed out from the institution 52 years ago. Since its inception the Alumni has been involved in providing scholarships to deserving engineering students every […]

Sitarella : Tickets on Sale Now

Sitarella : Tickets on Sale Now

Written, choreographed and directed by Sheila Nair, Sitarella with a twist! will entice everyone with its vibrant colour costumes and dance sequences. Derived from thefairytale Cinderella, this dance drama will certainly entertain and captivate you with a touch of Indian spice! Junior artistes ranging from little kids to some of the best local talents in […]

Giant Sand Sculpture to Raise Awareness of Mobile Phone Addiction

Giant Sand Sculpture to Raise Awareness of Mobile Phone Addiction

A massive sand sculpture has been created by well-known sand sculptor Manas Sahoo depicting a number of world-renowned landmarks and a mobile phone in support of global Moodoff Day held on February 24th. The growing trend of smart phone addiction is affecting more and more people around the world, with global initiative Moodoff Day asking […]

The Gandhi legacy

The Gandhi legacy

The central messages from the life of Mahatma Gandhi continue to challenge us and Australians can learn much from the Father of India on women’s rights, animal rights, climate change and sexuality, Michael Kirby has told a UNSW audience. Justice Kirby delivered the University’s annual Gandhi Oration to a capacity audience on the anniversary of […]

INDAUS Inc celebrates Australia Day & Indian Republic Day

INDAUS Inc celebrates Australia Day & Indian Republic Day

The Indian Australian Association of NSW Inc. [INDAUS Inc.] celebrated Australia Day and Indian
Republic Day on Sunday 27 January 2013 with a style and a class of its own. A large gathering of 400+
people filled the Ryde Civic Hall to capacity. Political and government dignitaries included federal parliament members Hon. Laurie Ferguson
(Werriwa) representing the Federal […]

Inaugural Summer Cricket Day

Inaugural Summer Cricket Day

United Indian Associations Inc. held a successful ‘Summer Cricket Day’ at North Parramatta between UIA team and NSW State Parliamentarians. “This is an inaugural Summer Cricket Day to engage the governments of the Day with the community and help build the relationships among the larger mainstream Australians. The game of cricket binds Indians & Australians […]

UP Minister Rajendra Singh Rana felicitated in Sydney

UP Minister Rajendra Singh Rana felicitated in Sydney

Sanjay Deshwal and Chandru Tolani hosted a very warm welcome to UP State Minister Rajendra Singh Rana and G S Rana, a leading business man from Ghaziabad in Sydney recently. They were visiting Sydney on a personal invitation from Sanjay Deshwal. The minister was welcomed by Parramatta MP Geoffrey Lee. The Minister was very pleased with […]

NEW SWAMINARAYAN TEMPLE IN SYDNEY

NEW SWAMINARAYAN TEMPLE IN SYDNEY

Federal Member for Greenway and Co-Chair of the Sub-Continent Ministerial Consultative Committee, Michelle Rowland has joined with members of the Indian community to celebrate the opening of the Shree Swaminarayan Temple in Kings Park. Speaking at the opening, Ms Rowland said the new place of worship was a welcome addition to the multicultural landscape in […]

Big turnout for Australia Day and Republic Day UIA event in Sydney

Big turnout for Australia Day and Republic Day UIA event in Sydney

United Indian Associations(UIA), the premier body representing Australian Indian community organised an event to celebrate Australia Day and Indian Republic Day on 18th January at Bowman Hall in Sydney. The sell out event also saw participation by Parliament Members from both sides of politics.The event made the best memories for 33 of the 2012 HSC students […]

India is the emerging democratic super power of Asia – Tony Abbott

India is the emerging democratic super power of Asia – Tony Abbott

AIBC NSW recently celebrated its end of year function at the Hilton Hotel in Sydney, which also witnessed the presence of Federal Opposition Leader, Tony Abbott and many other Indian businessmen who have invested in Australia, including Arun Jagatramka of Gujarat NRE and Nitin Jain of SP Jain School of Management.   In the picture […]

Gillard’s Surprise Entry Lights Up Deepwali Function

Gillard’s Surprise Entry Lights Up Deepwali Function

Prime Minister of Australia Hon Julia Gillard made a surprise entry to the Deepawali celebrations hosted by Hindu Council of Australia (HCA) in the Federal Parliament in Canberra. Gillard was met with a long standing ovation from a very appreciative crowd. The function was very well organised by the (HCA) Vice President Kanti Jinha. Day started on time […]

Ratan Tata urges stronger ties between Australia and India

Ratan Tata urges stronger ties between Australia and India

There are major opportunities for growth in the trade and business relationships between Australia and India, Mr Ratan Tata, Chairman of the Tata Group, told a packed audience at the University of New South Wales. “The two countries have reason to do much more together than they have done,” Mr Tata said. “Australia is really […]

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