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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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last modified
2019-08-19 02:56
last episode published
2019-08-18 06:27
publication frequency
1.27 days
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Number of Episodes
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18.08.2019

Cancer-survivor turned entrepreneur Nikhil Autar, a finalist at 2019 Indian Australian Business and Community Awards

Nikhil's company, ‘Get To Sleep Easy’, was created in 2017, supported by University of New South Wales Founders program and has won the Australian Student Startup of the Year competition in 2018.
16.08.2019

Families urged to report foreign incomes to Tax Office

New international data sharing agreements are allowing the Australian Taxation Office [[ATO]] to track money across borders and identify individuals not meeting their obligations. The A-T-O is asking taxpayers receiving foreign incomes to make sure the...
15.08.2019

पाकिस्तान में परफॉर्म करने पर भारतीय सिने एसोसिएशन ने किया सिंगर मीका सिंह को बैन

भारत और पाकिस्तान के बीच चल रहे तनाव के बीच बॉलीवुड के जाने-माने सिंगर मीका सिंह पाकिस्तान में परफॉर्मेंस देकर मुसीबत में फँस गए हैं।
15.08.2019

Australia's National Health plan announced

Health Minister Greg Hunt has unveiled Australia's National Health plan which he hopes will make the nation's health system the best in the world.In particular, the plan lays out how the government intends to address Australia's rising mental health an...
13.08.2019

क्या ऑस्ट्रेलिया का इंफ्रास्ट्रक्चर ख़राब स्थिति में है?

बढ़ती जनसंख्या के लिए जरूरी मूलभूत सुविधाएँ जुटाने के लिए ऑस्ट्रेलिया को हर साल 40 बिलियन डॉलर के इंफ्रास्ट्रक्चर प्रोजेक्ट्स को पूरा करना होगा।
13.08.2019

Four out of five workers have been injured or become ill while at work

Four out of five workers have been injured or become ill on the job in survey findings unions say expose an underbelly of unsafe industrial practices. According to the ACTU, Australian employees are dealing with systemic physical and mental health issu...
9.08.2019

A film about the 'little white lies immigrants tell their parents'

Short film 'Long Distance' by Melbourne-based filmmaker Anoop Lokkur is being screened at Melbourne International Film Festival.
9.08.2019

Settlement Guide: What can parents do about bullying?

Around one in four Australian children are affected by bullying at school.As a parent, it can be hard to know what to do if your child is a victim of bullying or if they're the bully themselves.
8.08.2019

कश्मीर पर फैसले के बाद पाकिस्तान ने भारतीय उच्चायुक्त को निकाला और द्विपक्षीय व्यापार भी किया नि

जम्मू कश्मीर पर भारत के फैसले से पाकिस्तान नाराज़ और परेशान है इसी कारण जम्मू कश्मीर के पुनर्गठन और अनुच्छेद 370 के विशेष प्रावधानों को  खत्म करने के भारत के फैसले के जवाब में पाकिस्तान ने कल देर शाम कई फैसले लिए है।
8.08.2019

वनी तो चली गई, उसके यादें बचा रही हैं लोगों की जान

वनी कौशिक इस धरती पर सिर्फ 116 हफ्ते रही. इस दौरान उसने बहुत दर्द झेला. बहुत लड़ाई लड़ी. और फिर अपने माता-पिता निधि और विशाल कौशिक को छोड़कर इस दुनिया से चली गई. लेकिन आज भी वह इस धरती पर जानें बचा रही हैं. 9 जुलाई 2016 को इस धरती से जाने के बाद तीन साल में अब तक वनी सैकड़ों जानें बचा चुकी है.
8.08.2019

Government tightens visa character test

Tens of thousands of migrants could have their visas cancelled under proposed laws to tighten the character test.Under the planned changes, visa-holders who have committed a crime that carries a maximum sentence of at least two years, such as common as...
6.08.2019

Indian-Australian Hindus and Muslims react with disbelief to Kashmir changes

After the Indian Government announced its state of Jammu and Kashmir (Indian-Administered Kashmir), Indian-Australian Hindus and Muslims hailing from the territory have reacted with surprise to the sudden change.
6.08.2019

धारा 370 पर एक कश्मीरी पंडित के जज्बातः सोचा नहीं था यह दिन देख पाएंगे

सिडनी में रहने वाले कश्मीरी पंडित रोहित रेवो भारतीय कश्मीर में धारा 370 के हटने से बहुत खुश हैं. उन्हें लगता है कि यह ऐतिहासिक दिन है. एसबीएस हिंदी से बातचीत में उन्होंने कहा, "हमने सोचा नहीं था कि अपनी जिंदगी में यह दिन देख पाएंगे. यह एक ऐतिहासिक दिन है." सुनिए यह पूरी बातचीत...
6.08.2019

Kashmiri Muslims and Hindus react to India's scrapping of Kashmir's special status

The Indian government has scrapped the special status for Indian-administered Kashmir that allowed the region to make its own laws, dividing opinion across the subcontinent.
5.08.2019

How to protect your children from paedophiles?

Reports indicate there's an alarming rise in paedophile networks and they are most active on social media. Parents and teachers need to be most vigilant in protecting kids and teenagers about the dangers of such predators. Paedophiles tend to prey on t...
5.08.2019

'Our aim is to help new students make the best of their experience'

The Consulate General of India, Sydney is organising an event to guide and help new international students in cooperation with Australian-Indian Sports, Educational & Cultural Society (AISECS) and Study NSW.
4.08.2019

Three important tips on how to brush your teeth

Dental Care week aims to create awareness about the importance of maintaining good oral health. Survey shows that most Australians are not up to date with their Oral Health record.
2.08.2019

Jumping The Fence

Jumping the Fence, a documentary about the hybrid Anglo Indian community of India. More than 70 years after the sun has set on the British Raj, India remembers her children of mixed race. The Anglo- Indians, who left her shores in large numbers, remini...
2.08.2019

Monuments dedicated to love

The Mughal rulers of India were known for their magnificent monuments, the Taj Mahal is world-renowned as an icon of love for a beloved Queen. There is yet another edifice built by the calligrapher of the Taj in memory of his loving brother. Amanat Kha...
1.08.2019

'Portrayal of South Asians made me ashamed to be one', says screenwriter and producer Ravi Chand

How South Asians are portrayed in western cinema lacks accurate representation, according to Melbourne-based screenwriter and producer Ravi Chand.
1.08.2019

Strawberries the sweet connection between India and Australia

Besides the many Colonial as well as present-day connections between India and Australia, there's a lesser-known sweet connection between the two. Tune in to find out more...
1.08.2019

Blocking an Ambulance in India will now be fined Rs 10,000 under new law

Parents or the owner of the vehicle will be responsible in case of a road accident by an unlicensed underage driver and the registration of the vehicle will be cancelled.
1.08.2019

It's taking much longer to get to work to earn less

The latest Household, Income and Labour Dynamics in Australia [HILDA] Survey has found it's taking us longer to get to work. The report also shows that once we're there, we're not actually earning any more money than in previous years. 
31.07.2019

Are Australian women dying of embarrassment?

Half of Australia's women are not up-to-date with their cervical cancer screenings. But why? 
30.07.2019

Call to boycott the Hajj pilgrimage

More than two million Muslims from around the world are expected to descend on the Saudi city of Mecca next month for the annual Hajj pilgrimage. But a growing number of Muslims, including Australians, are turning their backs on what is one of the cent...
26.07.2019

Settlement Guide - keeping Children safe Online

With young people being more tech-savvy than ever, it's important for the adults around them to do the right things to keep them safe. What you can do to ensure that your children have a positive experience online?
25.07.2019

Solar installers protest against Victorian government's energy rebate changes

Hundreds of solar installers protested at a rally at Victoria’s Parliament House on Thursday morning.
25.07.2019

Peter Dutton seek new powers to police Australia’s borders

Peter Dutton says New Zealand's offer to resettle asylum seekers from Manus Island and Nauru remains on the table. The Senate will now decide if the Home Affairs Minister will be granted the power to exclude foreign fighters after Labor backed the laws...
24.07.2019

First ever Australian study finds Yoga can help prisoners in Australia

A first-ever Australian study has indicated that Yoga can improve the lives of prisoners in Australia.
23.07.2019

What’s the best time to book flight tickets?

Half the year is gone and the fanatic race to book the best flights at the cheapest price has already begun, and therefore probably a good time to figure out how you can get cheap travel tickets for that dream vacation.
23.07.2019

Why India's Moon mission is not just another space mission

India's second moon mission Chandrayaan-2 is on its way to the Moon. This is the first time India will do a soft landing on any object in the space.
23.07.2019

India launches mission to land on the moon

India has launched a rocket into space, hoping to perform a soft landing of a rover on the moon. The country's most ambitious space mission yet, the AUD$206 million mission, if successful, will enable India to carry out studies on the presence of water...
22.07.2019

‘22 Yards’, a film about the lesser known side of cricket

Film ‘22 Yards’, as the name suggests is about Cricket. It is not a biopic or any cricket story but focuses on little known stories of cricket agents, the people behind the scene who make cricket stars.
22.07.2019

What happens to someone on a partner visa if the relationship turns violent?

SBS Viceland's The Feed looks at the plight of domestic abuse victims who are on temporary visas that are sponsored by their abusive spouse.
22.07.2019

Dr Binish Desai - The Recycle Man of India

“I used to watch the famous cartoon Captain Planet, since then I wanted to live up to that jingle ‘Captain Planet  - The hero, cutting pollution down to zero’”, says Dr Binish Desai popularly known as the ‘Recycle man of India’.
21.07.2019

स्मार्ट फोन से बाल विवाह के खिलाफ लड़ाई की अनोखी कहानी

क्या एक स्मार्टफोन की मदद से आप बाल विवाह रोक सकते हैं? ऐसा ही कुछ हो रहा हैं उत्तर प्रदेश में.
20.07.2019

NSW के वीसा प्रोग्राम में बड़े बदलाव

न्यू साउथ वेल्स ने 2019-20 के लिए वीसा प्रोग्राम में कई अहम बदलाव किए हैं. नई ऑक्युपेशन लिस्ट जारी की गई है जिसमें कुछ व्यवसायों के लिए अलग से शर्तें भी रखी गई हैं. क्या हैं ये बदलाव और किस किस पर होगा इनका असर, बता रही हैं माइग्रेशन एक्सपर्ट चमन प्रीत. सुनिए यह पूरी बातचीत...
18.07.2019

The valour of Mangal Pandey and the grouse of his descendants

One of India’s greatest martyrs, who laid the foundation for India’s struggle for freedom, was born on 19th July 1827. The spark that he ignited in 1857 did not get extinguished but slowly flared into the flame that finally led to India’s freedom 90 ye...
18.07.2019

ICJ verdict: Pakistan must review Kulbhushan Jadhav's death sentence and grant Consular access

The International Court of Justice has asked Pakistan to review the conviction and sentencing of Indian national Kulbhushan Jadhav who has been sentenced to death for alleged espionage by Pakistan’s military court in April 2017.
17.07.2019

Advocates push to raise unemployment benefit

Unemployed Australians and social welfare advocates are making a renewed push to raise the rate of Newstart. It comes following the government's pledge to cut deeming rates for pensioners. 
16.07.2019

Migrant workers don't harm jobs or wages of local workers

There are an estimated two-million temporary migrants in Australia at the moment, and as the economy slows and wages stagnate, their presence has increasingly become a political issue. But, a new report has found that those migrants are not harming the...
16.07.2019

Cricket World Cup: Was England awarded an extra run by Umpires in final over?

England might have won the Cricket World Cup 2019 but the controversy around the bad Umpiring decision is not dying down.
16.07.2019

Raag Bhairvi and it's therapeutic qualities

Musicologist Dr Madhvi Mohindra specializes in the therapeutic properties of Classical Hindustani music. Classical Hindustani has positive effects on the body and mind. The Sama Ved not only gives details of Classical music but it also tells us about t...
15.07.2019

Tax Talk June 2019: Tax Assistance

Nitin Sabharwal from Australian Taxation Office talks about the changes being brought about for lodging your own tax return.
12.07.2019

'Not everyone gets a fair go': Meet Shireen Morris, an Indian-origin lawyer who fought for Indigenous constitutional recognition

"Coming from a migrant background, I grew up with a sense of awareness that not everyone in Australia necessarily gets a fair go," Shireen Morris says about what drew her to becoming an advocate for Indigenous people.
12.07.2019

Settlement Guide - : What are the requirements when moving interstate?

Each year almost four hundred thousand Australians relocate for work, education, lifestyle, family or better community support. As laws, regulations and service providers may differ from around the country; a checklist can make your interstate move eas...
12.07.2019

$500 million package announced to help Australians get jobs

‘The Skills Package will work to ensure Australians can gain the skills needed to support current and future prosperity,' the Minister for employment, skills, small and family business, Michaelia Cash said.
12.07.2019

The untold story of Indian migrant Meer Bux who married an Aboriginal woman 100 years ago

Many early Indian migrants married women of European or Aboriginal heritage and have descendants throughout Australia. One of them was Meer Naby Baksch, or as he was more commonly known, Meer Bux. Here's his story.
10.07.2019

Meet Reet Phulwani, an Indian Australian Gemologist

Having gone through all the tough challenges any migrate female has to go through, Reet Phulwani is proud of what she has achieved in her career while balancing her personal life. 
10.07.2019

Where people go wrong on indigenous history

NAIDOC Week celebrations are held across Australia each July to celebrate the history, culture and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. But there are a number of misconceptions about the history of Aboriginal and Torres Strait...