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Australian and international news and information in Hindi.
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2019-11-11 07:51
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2019-11-11 05:17
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11.11.2019

The historic Kartarpur corridor linkiing Dera Baba Nanak in India and Gurdwara Darbar Sahib in Pakistan opened

The historic Kartarpur Sahib Corridor, the cross-border pathway to visit Gurdwara Darbar Sahib in Pakistan was inaugurated on Saturday 9th Nov 2019 by India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan on their respective sid...
11.11.2019

Commemorating past and present service men and women on Remembrance Day

Remembrance Day is the 101st anniversary of the armistice which ended the First World War. The 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month is now a moment to commemorate service men and women - both those who lost their lives, and who survived.Many Aus...
11.11.2019

दिलों में बसने वाली ये आवाज़ अब ब्रह्माण्ड में गूंजेगी

ये खबर तो आपने ज़रूर सुनी होगी कि इंटरनेशनल एस्ट्रोनॉमिकल यूनियन ने एक छोटे ग्रह का नाम विश्व प्रसिद्ध भारतीय शास्त्रीय गायक पंडित जसराज जी के नाम पर रखा है. क्या आप ये जानना चाहेंगे कि इस ख़बर पर क्या प्रतिक्रिया दी पंडित जसराज जी ने? आस्ट्रेलिया में उनके प्रशंसकों के लिए भी उन्होंने एक संदेश दिया है.
8.11.2019

Strong Families Grow Together

The Jain International Trade Organisation (JITO) is holding ‘Charan Sparsh’ event in Perth, Melbourne, and Sydney on 15th, 16th and 17th Nov 2019 respectively. Founding chairman of JITO Australia chapter Mr Bhupendra Sethia said, ‘A talk by India’s lea...
8.11.2019

"Bill Shorten's unpopularity as a leader and a cluttered policy agenda are some of reasons behind Labor's federal election loss"

Former Labor leader Bill Shorten has accepted full responsibility for this year's election policies and revealed he could have campaigned with fewer messages. The comments were made in a pre-emptive tweet, just before the release of a review analysing ...
7.11.2019

Better migrant job matching could boost Australian economy by $6 billion annually

New research has found that addressing the mismatch between the skills of migrants and the jobs they currently work in, could boost the Australian economy by six billion dollars a year. The economic modelling by Curtin University found only 60 per cent...
6.11.2019

दिल्ली में प्रदूषण में कुछ सुधार लेकिन कैसे होगा स्थायी समाधान?

भारत की राजधानी दिल्ली में हालांकि पिछले कई दिनों से छायी प्रदूषण के स्तर में कुछ सुधार हुआ है. लेकिन यहां पर हवा में अभी भी प्रदूषण का स्तर खतरनाक़ स्तर पर बना हुआ है. भारत के सुप्रीम कोर्ट ने प्रदूषण कम करने में विफल रहने पर संबंधित विभागों की आलोचना की है और इसे लोगों के जीने के अधिकार का हनन बताया है.
6.11.2019

International scientists join forces to declare a climate emergency

More than 11,000 scientists worldwide have declared a 'climate emergency' in a bid to force governments to act. The group warns a lack of action to protect the environment will lead to widespread human suffering.The declaration is based on over 40 year...
6.11.2019

Pros and cons of visa privatisation

Migration experts have warned a multi-billion-dollar plan to outsource visa processing is threatening the integrity of Australia's migration system. Listen to this report in Hindi.
5.11.2019

भारत सरकार ने जारी किया देश का नया नक्शा

लद्दाख के केंद्र शासित प्रदेश में दो जिले करगिल और लेह होंगे। साथ ही पुराने जम्मू कश्मीर राज्य के बाकि जिले नए जम्मू और कश्मीर केंद्र शासित प्रदेश का हिस्सा होंगे।
5.11.2019

"RCEP trade deal without India would not work"

A massive regional trade pact covering half of the world's people has been agreed by 15 members at the ASEAN summit, including Australia, but it won't be signed until next year. But the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership is going ahead without...
5.11.2019

बदलते दौर में किस ठौर है सूफ़ी संगीत

सूफ़ी गायक फरहान शाह मानते हैं कि सूफ़ी संगीत एक सदाबहार फूल है. लेकिन फिर भी सवाल ये है कि क्या इस फूल के बागीचे अब भी लहलहा रहे हैं. दुनिया को इंसानियत का संदेश देने वाली संगीत की इस विधा के कल, आज और कल पर क्या कहते हैं फरहान शाह?
4.11.2019

Specialised dairy offers a lifeline to rescued camels

First brought to Australia in the 19th century from India and Afghanistan, it’s estimated that there are now about  a million wild camels across the country. In an effort to control numbers, hundreds of thousands are culled each year, but an Australian...
3.11.2019

Is convenience food really convenient?

Convenience food or packaged food are designed as an easy way to get and consume. Most convenience foods do not have nutritional value and have excessive amounts of sodium, sugar, and saturated fats. Public health consultant and Nutritionist Reinaa Shu...
3.11.2019

'Parents need to be aware of their autistic child' says Dr Raj Khillan

In Australia, one in 70 people is on the autism spectrum - an increase of roughly 40 per cent over the past four years. Consultant paediatrician Dr Raj Khillan says symptoms are evident in children from a very young age and vary in degrees, but parents...
1.11.2019

Sexual harassment and your rights in the workplace

According to the latest survey from the Australian Human Rights Commission, one in three workers say they've been sexually harassed at work over the last five years.  But sexual harassment in the workplace is unlawful and shouldn’t be tolerated.  If it...
1.11.2019

Australia is one of my favourite destinations: Pammu Chawla

Pammu Chawla travels across the world in her wheelchair. She says she loves Australia, Australians and the most notable thing is that Australia is very wheelchair friendly nation.
31.10.2019

How one company of 35 people held sway over 200 million in India

The first word to enter the English language dictionary from India was ‘loot,’ writes William Dalrymple. Ironically, the word is reflective of the brutal strategies adopted by The East India Company to transform itself from a corporation to an aggressi...
31.10.2019

UNSW Fellow to study witch-hunting trials in rural India

In India, several people have been killed after being branded witches by their neighbours, relatives and sometimes even their families. Most are women. Dr Mayur Suresh is trying to explain the phenomenon.
30.10.2019

अन्नकूट के भव्य आयोजन में युवाओं का प्रेरक संदेश

सिडनी के रोज़हिल गार्डन में बाप्स श्री स्वामी नारायण संस्था द्वारा अन्नकूट का भव्य आयोजन किया गया. ये आयोजन कई मायनों में ख़ास था. संस्था ने इसे दक्षिणी गोलार्द्ध में अब तक का समसे विशाल अन्नकूट का आयोजन बताया है. जिसमें दुनिया भर की करीब 15 सौ शाकाहारी व्यजंनों को परोसा गया था.
30.10.2019

Jaipur Literature Festival -Adelaide

The second annual Jaipur Literature Festival in Adelaide will once again make its mark on Australia. It will be hosted for three days of transnational celebration and cultural exchange from November 1-3. The co-director of the festival, renowned author...
30.10.2019

ऑस्ट्रेलिया में अफ्रीकन स्वाइन फ्लू का ख़तरा

हालांकि ऑस्ट्रेलिया में अभी तक अफ्रीकन स्वाइन फ्लू का एक भी मामला सामने नहीं आया है लेकिन ये एशिया और यूरोप के कई देशों में फैल चुका है. एयरपोर्ट पर ज़ब्त सुअर के मांस से जुड़े पदार्थों की जांच में पता चला है कि ये वायरस आगंतुकों को ज़रिए यहां भी पहुंच रहे हैं जिससे सुअर पालन और मांस से जुड़ा व्यवसाय ख़तरे में है.
29.10.2019

New migration definitions to see Perth and Gold Coast become 'major regional centres'

The definition of regional Australia is changing - at least for migration purposes. From November 16, new definitions will apply to a range of Australian cities and regional zones, with impacts expected on visa processing, skilled migration and interna...
29.10.2019

ICC aims to fill one of the world’s iconic sporting venues MCG for a women's match

Filling up the seats in women’s cricket matches has always been a challenge. This time the challenge is more prominent as the apex cricket body has decided to play the women’s world cup as a stand-alone event.
28.10.2019

पर्थ और गोल्ड कोस्ट के रीजनल एरिया बनने के फायदे

किसी शहर के रीजनल एरिया में गिने जाने का क्या फायदा है? वेस्टर्न ऑस्ट्रेलिया की राजधानी पर्थ और क्वीन्सलैंड का बड़ा शहर गोल्ड कोस्ट अब रीजनल एरिया माने जाएंगे.
27.10.2019

'Kitna acchaa hai Diwali ka tyohaar', PM wishes Diwali

Many dignitaries from all folks of life in Australia have wished the Indian community a happy Diwali.
25.10.2019

Another string to their bow: music helping in-home carers of people living with dementia

A new music therapy program is aiming to change the lives of people around the world living with dementia. It's specifically focused on delivering relief to patients and their carers in the home. The program's creator says it's uniquely placed to help ...
25.10.2019

Chef claims he was paid just 12 dollars per hour while employed at Melbourne restaurant

A chef who claims he was underpaid while working at the Rockpool restaurant in Melbourne has taken his claim to the Federal Court. The man says he was paid just 12 dollars per hour and sometimes slept at the restaurant when rostered on consecutive shif...
25.10.2019

Mission Australia raises awareness about the nation's hidden homelessness

In June, Hobart woman and cancer survivor Jacqui Stocks spoke to SBS News about how she became homeless.Three months later, she remains without stable accommodation and is reliant on Newstart payments. She and non-government organisations are calling f...
24.10.2019

New Labor strategy hopes to reflect Australia's diversity in its parliament

The Labor Party is introducing a new strategy that it hopes will lead to a federal parliament that better reflects Australian society.
24.10.2019

Arya-Sanskrit Vedic culture is not the foundation source of Indian civilisation: Tony Joseph

Author of the much-discussed book of this year 'Early Indians' Tony Joseph says his book conveys a very unifying message that Indian civilisation is a multi-sourced, multicultural civilisation.
23.10.2019

Triesha Gus is going to celebrate Diwali in style - ट्रिशा गस की दीवाली

Triesha Gus is all set to celebrate Diwali in Ulladulla. She has made herself an Indian dress; she is going to cook Indian food, and she will also do Rangoli. Triesha shared about her Diwali excitement with SBS Hindi.  - उलादुला की रहने वालीं ट्रिशा गस भारतीय संस्कृति ...
23.10.2019

“Access to aids can make a huge difference to polio survivors,” says Neena Bhandari, a polio survivor.

Australia was declared Polio free in 2000. Journalist Neena Bhandari, who had polio as a child says "most people, especially migrants who have arrived in recent years, find it very difficult to get diagnosed for PPS or Late Effects of Polio and then fi...
23.10.2019

मिलिए, सांपों के रखवाले 'स्नेकमैन' सोनू से

हरियाणा के रहने वाले सोनू दलाल नमक युवक पिछले एक दशक से सांपों को बचाने कि मुहिम चला रहे हैं. इस दौरान वो 600 से ज्यादा सांप को बचा चुके हैं. सुनिए सोनू से यह बातचीत...
22.10.2019

Would you like to have more bins for waste managment

Some Australians could be separating rubbish into up to six bins, under recommendations from an infrastructure advisory body. Infrastructure Victoria wants the state government to look overseas for inspiration on better ways to recycle.
21.10.2019

Why Polio immunisation is a must

Australia was declared Polio free in 2000. But as journalist Neena Bhandari, who had polio as an infant and has written several articles on Polio including for the British Medical Journal says, polio still poses a threat and is only a flight away. 
21.10.2019

रेगिस्तान के बीचोबीच हरा-भरा शाहकर

राजस्थान के जोधपुर जिले में रविंदर काबरा की पहचान उनका बगीचा ही बन गया है. कैसे रेगिस्तान के बीच यह हरा करिश्मा हुआ है, सुनिए...
21.10.2019

Why 'Australia's Right to Know' is important?

Australia's major media organisations blacked out their newspaper front pages and websites on Monday in a coordinated push for legislative change to protect press freedom and force the government to increase transparency. 
18.10.2019

दिवाली को रौशन करने ऑस्ट्रेलिया आ रही है करीना कपूर खान - दिवाली को रौशन करने ऑस्ट्रेलिया आ रही हैं

बॉलीवुड दिवा करीना कपूर खान ऑस्ट्रेलिया में दिवाली को और ज्यादा धमाकेदार और रोशन करने के लिए पहली नवंबर को मेलबोर्न आ रही है। - बॉलीवुड दिवा करीना कपूर खान ऑस्ट्रेलिया में दिवाली को और ज्यादा धमाकेदार और रोशन करने के लिए पहली नवंबर को मेलबोर्न आ रही है।
18.10.2019

Settlement Guide: How to prevent drowning?

With another scorching summer approaching, authorities are pleading with swimmers to use caution as the number of people drowning has jumped by ten per cent since last year.
18.10.2019

T20 Cricket World Cup: Indian cricket fans book their tickets a year in advance

Australia will be hosting the next major global cricket event with the women's and men's T20 World Cup tournaments coming down under for the first time in 2020. 
17.10.2019

This Frenchman has made India Home

Gilles Chuye, born and raised in the South of France, was proficient in music and dance from a young age. India had a special appeal to Gilles Chuye. He was attracted to the dance forms, and he had explored Bharatnatyam and Kuchipudi for two years whil...
17.10.2019

Cancer fighter to successful business woman Shirin Lakhani

Meet businesswoman Shirin Lakhani who has overcome cancer and other challenges in her life. Here is some inspiration from her.
17.10.2019

Raising kids of Indian heritage abroad

Having kids is a great pleasure but also a serious responsibility, especially when parents move to a different country and culture. In our series about raising kids of Indian heritage overseas, we are speaking with Psychiatrist and author Dr Shailaja C...
17.10.2019

Meet the Australian man who brought in reforms to help Indians after the Bengal famine

Immediately after the Great Famine of Bengal in 1943, Richard Casey, an Australian was appointed by the British Government as Governor of Bengal. Associate Professor of South Asian and World History at UNSW, Kama Maclean unfolds the story of the steps ...
17.10.2019

New device allows pregnant women to monitor their baby's health at home

A new device being trialed in Melbourne is expected to allow expectant mums to monitor their babies from home. Prescribed by doctors, the FeMom will stick onto a pregnant belly and send information such as heart rates and contractions to an obstetricia...
16.10.2019

No shortage of accountants and other popular occupations: Study

Many occupations which are popular among visa hopefuls are not in the skill shortage list, according to the latest labour market analysis of the skilled occupations.
16.10.2019

खोजने पर भी नहीं मिल रही हैं नौकरियांः अध्ययन

ऑस्ट्रेलिया की जॉब मार्किट के विश्लेषण के बाद कुछ विशेषज्ञों ने इसे निराशाजनक बताया है. ऐंग्लिकेयर ऑस्ट्रेलिया के जॉब्स अवलेबिलीटी स्नैपशॉट अध्ययन में पता चला है कि नौकरी खोज रहे हर सातवें व्यक्ति को काम नहीं मिल पा रहा है. और जिन लोगों की जरूरत जितनी ज्यादा बड़ी है, उनके सामने चुनौतियां भी उतनी ही ज्यादा बड़ी हैं. एमी हॉल और सोनिया लाल की रिपोर्ट, विवेक आसरी की आवाज में.....
15.10.2019

सिडनी एयरपोर्ट पर वॉशरूम्स में दिखेंगे अनोखे पोस्टर्स

ऑस्ट्रेलियन फेडरल पुलिस ने सिडनी एयरपोर्ट पर कुछ खास तरह के पोस्टर्स लगाए हैं. वॉशरूम में लगे ये पोस्टर्स एक जरूरी संदेश देंगे. सुनिए यह रिपोर्ट...
15.10.2019

Are you unhappy with your Bank for not passing rate cut in full?

Australia's big four banks will face a new inquiry over their failure to pass on official interest rate cuts to customers in full. Treasurer Josh Frydenberg has asked the competition watchdog to examine why mortgage holders are being charged rates well...