Home » 2012 » September

Global Marathi Meet to be held in Sydney

Global Marathi Meet to be held in Sydney

Marathi Association Sydney Inc (MASI) will be holding their Triennial National Convention “Akhil Australia Marathi Sammelan” (AAMS 2013) from 29th to 31 March 2013 in Sydney. Visitors are expected from across the globe with good attendance from NZ, Singapore Thailand, Malaysia, other neighbouring countries and India. This will be the largest gathering of  Marathi speaking […]

New DFAT Secretary boosts Australia India Relations

New DFAT Secretary boosts Australia India Relations

Foreign Minister Bob Carr has congratulated Australia’s High Commissioner to India, Mr Peter Varghese AO, on his appointment as Secretary of the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade. Senator Carr said Mr Varghese knows India, and the region, extremely well. “His appointment will help generate further momentum in Australia’s growing relationship with India and position […]

Matt Kean – Our Youngest State MP

Matt Kean – Our Youngest State MP

Matt Kean, the youngest State MP in NSW Parliament is like a breath of fresh air – he connects to everyone at a deep personal level and his infectious warm smile has already earned him many friends in the Indian community. A regular at most Indian functions, Matt Kean is one of the MPs in […]

Alaap – Unique celebration of Music

Alaap – Unique celebration of Music

Alaap – a unique program of Dance and Music was organised by Sydney’s versatile singer Kakoli Mukherjee and was held on 8th September. Kakoli Mukherjee’s Bharatiya Sangeet Academy aims to give encouragement to the youth through music by promoting them in India, New Zealand and Australia. “Singing is the art of listening. More you listen, […]

Politicians make a beeline for UIA Friendship Fair

Politicians make a beeline for UIA Friendship Fair

Sunshine and smiles were the order of the day during the recently held UIA Friendship Fair. The annual India Australia Friendship Fair at Sydney Olympic Park, celebrating the 66th Indian Independence Day on August 19, was a memorable day in the Park with the presence of Australia’s top politicians from both sides of government. Organised […]

Narinder Chanchal draws 4500 people at Blacktown Jagran

Narinder Chanchal draws 4500 people at Blacktown Jagran

Think of the Mother Goddess, and two things come to mind. Mata Vaishnodevi Temple in Jammu in India and singer Narinder Chanchal. Think Chanchal, and think “Mata Ka Bulawa Aya Hai” — the bhajan he belted out many years ago in the movie Avtaar. Chanchal has devoted his life to singing to the glory of […]

Australian Indians in Council Elections

Australian Indians in Council Elections

More than a decade back when I was working in India, in one of the offices I was allocated a seat on the same floor as the Vice President. Being close to him I did get to hear a lot of things he said. He always used to mention that in corporate offices there are […]

TCS – Driving Growth through Innovation in Australia and New Zealand

TCS – Driving Growth through Innovation in Australia and New Zealand

TCS is part of the Tata group, one of India’s largest industrial conglomerates and most respected brands. TCS has over 238,583 of the world’s best-trained IT consultants in 42 countries. TCS has a long history in Australia and New Zealand (ANZ) and is a recognized leader in the delivery of transformational IT, outsourcing and consulting services to […]

TCS promotes Co- Innovation in Australia

TCS promotes Co- Innovation in Australia

K Ananth Krishnan, Chief Technology Officer, Tata Consultancy Services and Deborah Hadwen, CEO, TCS – Australia and New Zealand conducted a TCS Co-Innovation Forum in Sydney recently at the Park Hyatt in Sydney. The Forum was a success. Senior level executives from AGL, Qantas, Woolworths, Fuji Xerox, Foxtel, American Express, CUA, Commonwealth Bank, Arab Bank […]

Shobana presents ‘Krishna’ in Sydney

Shobana presents ‘Krishna’ in Sydney

Shobana, the divine danseuse has come out with a brilliant new dance/ drama production which is a fine mixture of flamboyance, subtlety, artistry, divinity and above all ornamented with originality. She did not stick to a genre of dance form; rather put to good use other dance forms to give variety and flair. It was […]

Australia-India Literatures International Forum a great success

Australia-India Literatures International Forum a great success

The promise that the Australia-India Literatures International forum ‘will generate lively discussions from passionate speakers’ was brilliantly fulfilled.  Held at the State Library of NSW from 4 – 6 September, this was a ground-breaking event. From the opening reception to the final session, this ‘initiative to foster literary ties between India and Australia’ was successful […]

Sub Continent Ministerial Committee Meets In Canberra

Sub Continent Ministerial Committee Meets In Canberra

Inaugural meeting of the Sub Continent Ministerial Consultative Committee met at Canberra. This meeting was initiated by the Minister for Immigration Hon Chris Bowen and Minister for multiculturalism Hon Senator Kate Lundy and Co chairs of the group Member for Greenway Michelle Rowland MP and Senator Lisa Singh . In attendance were Mr Mahendra Kumar […]

Page 1 of 212

Widgetized Section

Go to Admin » appearance » Widgets » and move a widget into Advertise Widget Zone