Australia all set to reform .au Domain Administration

Govt. all set to reform .au Domain Administration By SAT News Desk MELBOURNE, 19 April: Australia is all set to reform the operations of its .au Domain Administration (auDA) to streamline the country’s identity of Australian businesses and other operations on the internet. The Minister for Communications and the Arts, […]

Indian Precinct in Dandenong to take off with new injection of colour and vibrancy on the streets

By Neeraj Nanda MELBOURNE, 11 April: The Indian Cultural Precinct in Dandenong’s (Little India) Foster Street, is all set to move into a new format with the ‘Indian Cultural Precinct Framework’ being endorsed by the Task Force set up by the Victorian government to oversee the project. To kick off […]

Jubilee Concerts: Salim-Sulaiman performing live in Melbourne on 15 April

By SAT News Desk MELBOURNE, 9 April: Bolloywood music lovers are in for a big treat with the sibling duo Salim and Sulaiman Merchant hitting the stage performing live here on Sunday 15 April at the Melbourne Recital centre’s Elisabeth Murdoch Hall at 7 pm with their entertaining music. Audiences […]

Message of peace, truth and non-violence at the ‘Mahatma Gandhi: An Immigrant exhibition’

By Neeraj Nanda MELBOURNE, 5 March: The world’s most famous immigrant, Mahatma Gandhi and India’s father of the nation today made history here at the Immigration Museum, Melbourne with his story in digital, interactive (you can take your photo with the Mahatma) and the man’s journey that finally confronted the […]

‘The Colour of Darkness’ raises vital issues

By Urvish Kothari (Translated from Gujarati by Neesha Parikh Sanghvi) While editing a film-special issue of ‘Dalitshakti’ magazine—a Gujarati monthly dedicated to Dalit issues, I found a glaring absence of heartfelt movies based on caste discrimination. Of course, there are movies right from ‘Acchut Kanya’(1935), ‘Acchut’(1940) to ‘Aarakshan’ (2011), but […]