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Australian and international news and information in Hindi.

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Australian and international news and information in Hindi.
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2019-03-22 04:58
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2019-03-21 03:52
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Date Thumb Title & Description Contributors
21.03.2019

Indian community emphasizes need for a 'reliable safety and security system' at places of worship

Members of all faith within the Indian Australian community have welcomed Prime Minister Scott Morrison’s announcement of a grant for improving security arrangements at places of worship.
21.03.2019

A tight finish expected in the race for government in NSW

New South Wales residents will go to the polls on Saturday to decide who will lead their state for the next four years. It looks set to be a tight race; multiple polls have the Coalition and Labor deadlocked at 50-50 on a two-party preferred basis goin...
21.03.2019

'I want to stand for what is right': Pallavi Sinha

Australia born daughter of Indian-migrants, Ms Pallavi Sinha is a liberal party candidate for NSW Upper House. In this interview, she tells SBS Hindi she wants to stand up for what is right.
20.03.2019

Indian migrants play a part in welcoming other migrants, says PM Scott Morrisson

EXCLUSIVE: Prime Minister Scott Morrison tells SBS Hindi that he believes regional areas of Australia are ready to welcome a large number of migrants.
19.03.2019

'I was paid less than $6 per hour'

As most international students do, Mohit Jain too looked for casual jobs in his University holidays. 
19.03.2019

Brushing twice a day 'not enough' for good oral health, says dentist

On this World Oral Health Day, SBS Hindi finds out what one must do to maintain good oral health. 
16.03.2019

Tens of thousands of students call for climate action

Tens of thousands of Australian students had marched out the school gates and into the streets to call for more action on climate change. And while some politicians warned them against missing school, students say this is more important than anything t...
15.03.2019

World Sleep Day: Do you sleep well at night?

15th March every year is celebrated as the World Sleep Day.
15.03.2019

The Psychology of Politics - मनोविज्ञान और राजकारण

Political psychology is an interdisciplinary academic field dedicated to understanding politics, politicians and political behaviour from a psychological perspective. Dr Manan Thakrar spoke to SBS Hindi about the connection between Politics and psychol...
15.03.2019

Meet the singer Ustad Rashid Khan who sang the hit number 'Aaoge Jab Tum'

Ustad Rashid Khan shares how he liked the song 'Aaoge Jab Tum' when he first heard it but never thought it would become so popular. 
14.03.2019

What is Adjustment Disorder? - एडजस्टमेंट डिसॉर्डर क्या है ?

Adjustment disorder is a mental condition; it is a collection of symptoms, such as tension, feeling sad, negative or hopeless, and physical symptoms that can occur after you go through a stressful life event. Dr Manan Thakrar shares the details.  - नए ...
14.03.2019

Adjustment Disorder: Symptoms and Cure - एडजस्टमेंट डिसऑर्डर और उपचार

Signs and symptoms of adjustment disorder depend on a person's personality and can vary from person to person. It influences how you feel and think about yourself and the world and may also affect your actions or behaviour.  Dr Manan Thakrar explains  ...
14.03.2019

Holi Hai.... - होली है...

Holi is the festival of colour and love, but this time some unique traditional aspects been added to its Sydney celebration, like people can play Holi on the riverside, or enjoy playing Holi with the traditional and regional styles and there will be a ...
14.03.2019

What do current Australian visa changes mean for Indian aspirants?

The Australian Government has changed certain visa rules aiming to address chronic labour shortages within the agriculture sector, but industry sources say they don't go far enough.
14.03.2019

Australia clinches historic ODI series victory over India

Australia won the fifth and final One Day International of the series against India by 35 runs, capping off a remarkable comeback in the series to win overall, 3-2.
14.03.2019

25 लाख लोग, 40 दिन... ये होरी नहीं होरा है

बसंत ऋतु की शुरुआत होने से से होली ब्रज में शुरू हो जाती है. आप किसी पर भी रंग डाल सकते हैं और लोग आप पर रंग डाल देंगे. बस राधे राधे कहते हुए आगे बढ़ जाएं.
13.03.2019

George Pell sentenced to six years in jail

Australian Cardinal George Pell has been sentenced to six years in jail with a non-parole period of three years and eight months for sexually abusing two teenage boys in 1996.In Melbourne's County court on Wednesday, Chief Judge Peter Kidd handed down ...
12.03.2019

From running a successful business in Australia to winning elections in India, meet Wajib Ali

Wajib Ali, an Indian Australian was elected as Member of Legislative Assembly in recently held Rajasthan Assembly elections.
12.03.2019

Community comes together to repatriate international student’s mortal remains to India

An Indian international student Sourav Bose died of heart attack in Melbourne.
11.03.2019

Travel Smart advice for all travellers - अपनी अंतरराष्ट्रीय यात्रासे पहले इन चीजोंका विशेष ध्यान रखें

Tourism industry expert Mr Navneet Mital's advise, "Avoid surprises — before you go, find and check your passport and have travel insurance." listen to the podcast for details.  - पर्यटन क्षेत्र के विशेषज्ञ श्री नवनीत मित्तल सलाह देते है की  " आप  किसी भी  यात्रा पर  जाए  इससे ...
11.03.2019

Cancer is linked to unexpressed emotions, Studies Say - क्या आप जानते हैं कि कैंसर का संबंध भावनाओं से भी है?

Do you know that cancer also has links with emotion? Unexpressed emotion is one major contributor to the disease that is almost always overlooked: repressed emotions and unexpressed anger. Public health Consultant and Nutritionist Reinaa Shukla Shares ...
11.03.2019

More occupations added to Australia's new skilled occupations list

A new and updated occupations list for Australia skilled visa is out. 
9.03.2019

Sydney welcomed Air India All Women flight today - ऑल वुमन क्रू फ्लाइट का सिडनी में किया गया स्वागत

As of International Women's day celebration, Air India flew All Women Crew flights to 12 foreign stations and Sydney was one of them. All Women Crew flight arrived at Sydney in the morning, SBS Hindi spoke to Cabin Crew members about their experience. ...
8.03.2019

Do you know advantages of Real Estate Investments? - क्या आप रियल एस्टेट क्षेत्रमें निवेश के लाभ जानते है ?

Real Estate expert Mr Amit Jaduan, suggests that  If you're looking to build real wealth for the future, this one strategy can't beat.   - अगर व्यक्ति को आर्थिक रूप से  समृद्ध होना है, तो रियल एस्टेट पोर्टफोलियो का मार्ग श्रेष्ठ है , ये कहना है बायर्स एडवोकेट और रियल एस्टेट तजज्ञ  श्री अमित जादौन...
8.03.2019

It's a time to buy a home, according to a Buyers Advocate. - अपना पहला घर खरीदने या बनाने के ले यही सही समय है, तजज्ञ

As the media the talks around the property market is all doom and gloom, so you couldn’t be blamed for thinking this is not the best time to be considering buying. Mr Amit Jadaun shares essential information on this topic.  - प्रॉपर्टी बाजार में  गिरावट के चलते अप...
8.03.2019

'Women are capable of taking up the stereotypical male jobs' - Nisha Bajaj

“The discrimination and inequality pushed me, even more, to get involved in the building and construction trade,” said Ms Nisha Bajaj. In this the second largest industry of Australia, women make up only one per cent of the workforce.
8.03.2019

Should you build or buy your house?

While home ownership has been on the decrease in recent years, it’s still considered to be an integral part of Australian life. Whether you'll buy an established house or build a new one, property experts say both options have their advantages
7.03.2019

Report shows men are failing to head heavy drinking warnings

A new report has found men in Victoria are failing to heed warnings when it comes to heavy drinking.
7.03.2019

Application for process of long stay parents (Temporary) visa will start from 17 April 2019

This visa is called five-year subclass 870 Sponsored Parent (Temporary) visa.
5.03.2019

Indian community to donate Maha Shivratri food donations to bushfire victims

Melbourne's Sri Durga Temple has urged people to come forward and help bushfire victims.
5.03.2019

The Transgender community helps a poor girl

The Transgender community or Kinnars as they are called in India, often face discrimination in various walks of life. They are marginalised and live on the fringes of society, singing and dancing at the celebrations of the wider community. Yet it is a ...
5.03.2019

War is not the answer, says a CRPF soldier

While recent events between India and Pakistan saw many people on both sides of the border endorsing a war, a local family in Jammu and Kashmir, with a son in the Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF), feels the war is not the answer to the problem. 
5.03.2019

Indian-origin Professor recognised as one of Australia’s top University Teacher of the Year

Amisha Mehta is Associate Professor with the School of Business at the Queensland University of Technology.
1.03.2019

Companies could face fines for failing to stop sexual harassment

Companies would be fined if they don't do enough to prevent sexual harassment in the workplace under a plan to stamp out abuse.The ACTU says more than eight out of ten women experience harassment, but only one in five reports it.
1.03.2019

‘Love your music’, Ustad Shahid Parvez Khan

Well known sitarist Ustad Shahid Parvez indicated that he has no reservation for composing music for Bollywood.  He said if project appeals, he would take it.
28.02.2019

The colourful celebration of Holi in the BrisAsia festival

The BrisAsia Festival is an initiative of the Brisbane City Council that supports various Regional Asian Community events and festivals. On 2nd March a very colourful and fun-filled Holi festival will be celebrated at the BrisAsia festival. It’s not ju...
28.02.2019

What's so special about Australia's Mardi Gras?

The annual Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras parade is the centerpiece of the entire Mardi Gras festival.And today parade is expected to be watched by hundreds of thousands of people, all around Australia.
28.02.2019

Tensions in Kashmir sharpen as Pakistan claims to capture Indian Air force pilot

Pakistan says it has shot down two Indian military jets and captured a pilot in a major escalation between the two nuclear-armed neighbours.The latest developments are concerning to the international community - but most particularly, to Indian and Pak...
27.02.2019

Indian Australian does the community proud

Indian Australian Gourav Sharma’s humane act has done the Australian Indian community proud. “A big hug and blessings for a humane act were enough for me,” says Gourav. So what did he do? 
26.02.2019

Indian basketball star Jeena Skaria in Australia to play for Ringwood Hawks

Indian woman’s basketball player Jeena Skaria is in Melbourne to play in Australia’s semi-professional league and says she is open to train young Indian-origin girls interested in picking up the game.
26.02.2019

Cardinal George Pell guilty of child sex abuse: suppression orders lifted

One of the most senior figures in the Catholic Church, Australian Cardinal George Pell, has been found guilty of historical child sexual abuse. 
23.02.2019

Multi-media movies to build understanding about dementia in multicultural Australia

Associate Professor Bianca Brijnath, Director Social Gerontology at the National Ageing Research Institute said Moving Pictures was a critical step forward in helping people from CALD backgrounds understand more about dementia and the services that are...
22.02.2019

Settlement Guide: How does the youth justice system work in Australia?

No parent wants to receive a call from the police saying their child has been arrested. But if it happens, it’s important to know your child's rights, including requesting the help of a lawyer.
21.02.2019

Labor turns up the heat in Canberra over Liberal links to HelloWorld

There've been further questions in Canberra over the relationship between the Liberal party and travel company, HelloWorld.They were sparked by reports that Australia's ambassador to the United States, Joe Hockey, arranged a meeting between the company...
20.02.2019

एक व्यंग्य संग्रह - उल्टावाद

साहित्य में, व्यंग्य लेखन एक ऐसी विधा है जिसके द्वारा,  लेखक. समाज और हमारे जीवन की सभी स्थितियों  को पढ़ने वाले के सामने ले आता है। पढ़कर हँसी भी आये और तुरन्त पढ़ने वाला कुछ सोचने पर भी बाध्य हो जाये, बस यही व्यंग्य लेखन की एक गम्भीर ज़िम्मेदारी होती है।
20.02.2019

'जिस पर नामवर ने लिख दिया वो बड़ा लेखक हो गया'

नामवर सिंह नहीं रहे. 50 साल तक हिंदी साहित्य पर एकछत्र राज करने वाले समालोचक नामवर सिंह का 93 साल की उम्र में निधन हो गया. कैसे थे नामवर सिंह, जानिए उनके एक शिष्य, अजीज भरत कुमार से. हिंदी के प्रोफेसर भरत कुमार छह साल तक नामवर सिंह के साथ उनके घर में रहे थे...
20.02.2019

From desk tapping to Grammy Award - Tabla maestro Sandeep Das

“I am honoured and this award is for everyone who appreciates music, the culture of its country, it is a victory for you all, too” tabla maestro Sandeep Das said while speaking with SBS Hindi.  
19.02.2019

Two-minute silence to be observed to mourn Pulwama attack during India-Australia cricket match

The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has proposed to contribute Rs 5 crore to help families of the CRPF personnel who lost their lives in the deadly Pulwama attack.
19.02.2019

“It was a new kind of threat” says DG of CRPF Rajeev Bhatnagar on Pulwama attack

The attack on CRPF soldiers on 14th Feb 2019 in Pulwama killed at least 40 soldiers. Speaking with SBS Hindi, the Director General of the CRPF,  Mr Rajeev R Bhatnagar said that necessary control action has been taken along with other security forces in...
19.02.2019

Labor promises $40,000 bursary to become teachers

A Labor federal government would offer Australia's best and brightest tax-free bursaries of $40,000 to become teachers.