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Demystifying camera, aperture, footage, digital cameras and shutter speed

Demystifying camera, aperture, footage, digital cameras and shutter speed

Each film or video needs a system for capturing images. Video is nothing but a series of images captured by a camera. In the next few series of articles, I am going to be illustrating some of the concepts on digital cameras, some technical jargons, Video cameras vs. DSLRs and who to get advice. Please […]

Baisakhi in Different Cultures

Baisakhi in Different Cultures

Lets welcome the Baisakhi with the traditional song written by Nobel laureate Gurudev Rabindranath Tagore “Esho hey Baishakh esho esho” mean we welcome the New Year. There is another Indian saying “Plant a thought, harvest an act, plant an act, harvest a habit, plant a habit, harvest a character, plant a character, harvest a destiny”. […]

Vaisakhi Celebrated in NSW Parliament

Vaisakhi Celebrated in NSW Parliament

Punjabi Council of Australia celebrated Vaisakhi at NSW Parliament on 2nd April 2012. This was the seventh celebration in a row organised by Punjabi Council of Australia with NSW Parliament and Parliamentary host Nathan Reese, State MP from Toongabbie. Vaisakhi is an important day in Sikh Calendar being Birthday of Sikh Community dating back to 1699. Vaisakhi […]

Westpac granted banking license in India

Westpac granted banking license in India

Westpac has announced that it has received in-principle approval for a foreign banking licence to operate in India and to open its maiden branch in Mumbai. Group Executive, Westpac Institutional Bank, Rob Whitfield said: “India is Australia’s fifth-largest trading partner and fourth-largest export market so it is a very important market for our customers. “Extending […]

Premier Barry O’Farrell – A Year in Office

Premier Barry O’Farrell – A Year in Office

They say a year is a long time in politics but as Premier Barry O’Farrell admits, “We were never going to fix in 12 months what it took 16 years to bugger up.” His government has had its fair share of controversies. However the voters honeymoon with Barry O Farrell shows no signs of waning. […]

April 23 is World Books and Copyrights Day

April 23 is World Books and Copyrights Day

Books have not lost their mystical pull in the throng of digital extravaganzas, cinema, television reality shows and harsh publishing realities. Defying predictions, reading has seen a revival with a flood of new titles, proliferation of publishers, explosion of young readers, bustling vernacular markets and electronic reading aids, say experts and members of the fine […]

Indian President for World Heart Foundation

Indian President for World Heart Foundation

The Board of the World Heart Federation has announced the appointment of Prof. K. Srinath Reddy MD, DM, MSc as President Elect, his candidacy was unanimously accepted by members at the General Assembly on 20 April. Prof. Reddy has been involved with the World Heart Federation since 2003, and has been a Board member since […]

Knowledge Communication Training held at UNSW

Knowledge Communication Training held at UNSW

  The School of Materials Science and Engineering is regarded as one of the best, if not the best, School in UNSW, the University of New South Wales in Sydney, Australia. Last year the Head of School, Prof Mark Hoffman, introduced a new procedure for Industrial Training for the SMSE students which required them to […]

“I am both a beneficiary and a product of Multiculturalism” – Victor Dominello

“I am both a beneficiary and a product of Multiculturalism” – Victor Dominello

Victor Dominello, Minister for Citizenship and Communities and Minister for Aboriginal Affairs in the O’Farrell Liberal Government is one of the most recognizable faces of NSW Government. Victor Dominello spoke to Indian Herald, Editor-in-Chief, Rohit Revo about the multicultural policies of the government. Upon completing a year on office, what is the mood in the […]

Speed Kills – Essential Driving Tips

Speed Kills – Essential Driving Tips

Driving can really be a liberating and enjoyable experience if you follow the basic rules and regulations. And undoubtedly the most crucial lesson that you learn in your driving school in almost all your driving lessons is ‘safety’. And when it comes to children’s safely you must be even more cautious and responsible. According to […]

Hundred dog bites a day and counting in Srinagar

Hundred dog bites a day and counting in Srinagar

Every dog seems to be having his day in the Jammu and Kashmir summer capital. The stray population of the canines in Srinagar is over 100,000 and the daily incidents of dog bite are assuming alarming proportions. “If the government still shies away from its responsibility to bring the canine population under control, we will […]

Australia and India in the Asian Century – Craig Emerson

Australia and India in the Asian Century – Craig Emerson

The Australia India Institute’s Inaugural Ben Chifley Memorial Lecture was delivered by Dr Craig Emerson, Australian Minister for Trade and Competitiveness. Here is the text of his speech. Ben Chifley was one of the very first Prime Ministers to recognise the opportunities for Australia of engaging with India and the rest of Asia. Following the […]

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