28 Jun

AIBC recognises individuals for their contribution to India and Australia


Australia India Business Council (AIBC) at a function inside NSW State Parliament honoured 3 individuals for their outstanding achievement to promote trade and bilateral relationship between India and Australia. NSW Premier Barry O’ Farrell was present on the occasion and gave away the awards to Arun Jagatramka, CEO of Gujarat NRE, cricketer Brett Lee and […]

22 Jun

Anupam Sharma in Power List 50 of Australian Film Industry

Sydney based film maker Anupam Sharma is the latest inclusion in  the Power 50 List of the 50 Most powerful and influential professionals in the Australian film industry. Australia’s most prestigious film industry publication ENCORE  released its annual list of film professionals “who have achieved new heights in 2010/11, whose decisions influence and shape Australia […]

22 Jun

Brett Lee – Australia’s Best Ambassador in India


Brett Lee’s Foundation launches a Community Music Centre for Indian children The children who live alongside the Deonar Dumping Ground in the slum community of Govandi will now experience the joy of learning music, thanks to the launch of a Community Music Centre, courtesy of Australian pace bowler, Brett Lee’s new Foundation, ‘Mewsic.’ Working with […]

12 Jun

Pakistan’s obsession with India


How Pakistan’s obsession with India is hurting it and stopping it from joining the global mainstream. A video documentary.

05 Jun

My Homeland Kashmir

Kashmiri pandits stagessssssa

A story on the plight of Kashmiri Pandits. The agony and the pain faced by people of Kashmiri Pandit community. A story of My homeland Kashmir. Homeland is the place from where we hail from. The land which holds our roots. My homeland is – Kashmir – is best defined by poet Dina Nath ‘Nadim’. […]

23 May

Autumn in Auburn

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Its Sydney’s best kept secret. Located in the midst of Sydney, in the heart of Auburn at the corner of Chisholm and Chiswick Roads is 9.2 hectares of lush parklands, called the Auburn Botanical Gardens. The park features a Japanese Garden with traditional landscaping including a waterfall, decorative bridges and ornamental trees set around a […]

18 May

Gurudev – The Pride of India

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Rabindranath Tagore lived from 7 May 1861 – 7 August 1941 and earned himself a sobriquet Gurudev. He was a Bengali poet, novelist, musician, painter and playwright who reshaped Bengali literature and music. As author of Gitanjali with its “profoundly sensitive, fresh and beautiful verse”,he was the first non-European to be awarded the Nobel Prize […]

17 May

Parliamentary Secretary for Asia-Pacific Trade, Paul Toole’s speech at the AIBC

Parliamentary Secretary for Asia-Pacific Trade, Paul Toole’s

The NSW Government places great importance on our economic, trade and cultural relationship with India; building these ties is one of the top priorities of the new Government. We’ve made it very clear since being elected that we are determined to forge closer trade links with India – you are already one of our most […]

13 May

Anand Sharma launches FTA negotiations between India and Australia


India has been the flavour of the season and the realisation that India is the next big trade frontier for Australia is slowly sinking in. During his recent trip to Australia, India’s Commerce and Industry Minister, Anand Sharma did an awesome job of convincing even the die-hard critics of the need for a deeper Australian […]

10 May

The Weave of Life – A great effort by Curator Carole Douglas

‘Hatho’ - palm of hand - the weavers’ tool of trade

‘The Weave of Life – stories of community, change and challenge’ is a collection of unique narrative rugs by Tejsi Dhana Marwada and Samat Tejsi Marwada of Kutch in Gujarat in North western India. This exhibition opened on 4th May and was inaugurated by Amit Dasgupta, Consul General of India at Bondi Pavilion. Carole Douglas […]

09 May

There is a growing audience in India for new cinema – ONIR

I AM is not your usual “Bollywood Film” – for the first time in Indian cimema history, the film has been almost completely crowd sourced -started from a mere $35 to over $0.6million – it is a great testimony to producers Sanjay Suri and Onir pioneering work in creating truly path breaking cinema – giving […]

04 May

The Elimination of Osama Bin Laden


Bin Laden changed the course of history and his death has again changed the course of history.