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Air India plans to service Australia

Air India plans to service Australia

Air India is targeting the large Indian market living in Australia with the likely launch of its Delhi-Melbourne flight at the end of this year, when the airline acquires new Boeing 787 aircraft. This move made by the Indian national carrier will make Air India the only airline to service the India-Australia market non-stop, the […]

Bollywood movie Bhaag Milkha Bhaag to be filmed in Victoria

Bollywood movie Bhaag Milkha Bhaag to be filmed in Victoria

A new Bollywood film about one of India’s greatest sporting heroes will shoot key scenes in Melbourne, the Premier of Victoria and Minister for the Arts Ted Baillieu announced. The film Bhaag Milkha Bhaag (Run Milkha Run) will tell the story of the legendary Indian runner Milkha Singh, known as the ‘Flying Sikh’, who won […]

Are you touchy about Self-Dating!

Are you touchy about Self-Dating!

It is high time that we stop grumbling about our partners and their, either justified or unjustified, inability to spend time with us. Why not just stop going back to ‘that’ date on the calendar when we dated with our special one? Why not stop all the time anticipating when can we plan the next […]

Premier Ted Baillieu leads largest-ever Australian trade mission to India

Premier Ted Baillieu leads largest-ever Australian trade mission to India

Victoria has set a new benchmark in its trade engagement with one of the world’s fastest-growing economies as Premier Ted Baillieu leads a Super Trade Mission to India. Premier Ted Baillieu is on a mission to India in the hopes of generating more than $200 million worth of trade and export business for Victoria. Mr […]

New Sanskrit School inaugurated

New Sanskrit School inaugurated

BSK Flemington Sanskrit School inauguration ceremony was celebrated at Homebush Boy’s High School premises on 5 February 2012. Many Dignitaries attended this including Raju Varanasi Director, NSW Curriculum & Learning Innovation Centre; William Hilliard Deputy Principal, Homebush Boy’s High School; Alex Di Prinzio Education Officer, NSW Federation of Community Language Schools; Nina Conomos Leader, NSW […]

Sur Sangam community radio featured on International TV

Sur Sangam community radio featured on International TV

Sur Sangam, Sydney’s local community radio program has added one more feather on its hat as this program recently got featured on international TV channels ESPN, Star Cricket and Ten Sports worldwide. Nitin Madan, Producer and broadcaster of the show recalls,” It started with an email we received from Mr. Dinesh Chopra, sports journalist with […]

First Gujarati Film Shot and Produced in Australia

First Gujarati Film Shot and Produced in Australia

The Gujarati film industry had created a distinct path, since the first Gujarati film “Narsinh Mehta” was screened. 1970 was the “Golden Era” of Gujarati music, songs and films. Some classic movies and some all time favourite songs were created during this era, which are in memory till date. In 1984, after the sad departure […]

Historic visit by Governor-General Quentin Bryce to CMRI

Historic visit by Governor-General Quentin Bryce to CMRI

The Governor-General, Her Excellency Ms Quentin Bryce AC CVO, visited Children’s Medical Research Institute (CMRI) in Westmead, Sydney on 2nd February —the first visit by a governor-general in the institute’s fifty-year history. CMRI is at the forefront of international research in the areas of embryonic development and birth defects, cancer, nerve cell signalling, epilepsy, and […]

Bushlight India: A shining example of Asia-Pacific Partnership

Bushlight India: A shining example of Asia-Pacific Partnership

Bushlight India Project is a fine example of Australia India cooperation at grass roots level and is an ample proof of the unlimited potential to change lives, which partnership between the two countries offers. The Bushlight India Project took out the top honour of the Sir William Hudson Award for engineering excellence from 50 national […]

Inaugural Gandhi Oration – A Big Success

Inaugural Gandhi Oration – A Big Success

On 30th January, 1948, Mahatma Gandhi was assassinated in India and the day is celebrated as Martyrs day in India. To commemorate Martyrs Day in Sydney, a lecture was delivered as part of Gandhi Oration by highly respected aboriginal leader, Professor Pat Dodson, The inaugural Gandhi Oration was organised in UNSW. The Gandhi Oration was […]

Production Begins on Save Your Legs Movie

Production Begins on Save Your Legs Movie

Australian comedy Save Your Legs! Has gone into production, with principal photography having commenced in Melbourne on 12 December, followed by an extensive shoot in India early in 2012. The film boasts a talented cast very familiar to audiences, including Stephen Curry (The Castle, The Cup, The King), Brendan Cowell (Beneath Hill 60, Noise, Love […]

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