Indian traniee pilot killed in Melbourne crash

By our community reporter Melbourne: An Indian traniee pilot, 24-year-old Akash Ananth died (on Aug.27) on his first solo flight when his plane clipped another aircraft and spiralled out of control, barely missing several homes and a school in Melbourne. The aviation student from India crashed his Cessna 150 into […]

Post – Musharraf challenge for Pakistan

By J. Sri Raman After Pervez Musharraf stepped down from the nation’s presidency, the debate rages on in Pakistan on two questions: where the defeated military dictator will go now and where the country is headed. The third question – about the future of the system itself – has yet […]

Help police identify unknown dead man – call 1800 333 000

Photo of the person who’s body lying unidentified: Police photo POLICE are trying to establish the identity of a man hit and killed by a train in Pakenham last Thursday.(14 Aug. 2008) The man was hit by a train at Pakenham railway station about 9.15pm and there are no suspicious […]

Missing Indian boy’s body found

By our community reporter Melbourne: The body of the nine year old missing Indian boy Munohur Yadav has been found by the police in a Hawthrown creek. The boy has been missing since August 7. He had asked to go to the local park to play after dinner but became […]

Gurdas Mann concert in Melbourne a big hit

Leading Punjabi singer Gurdas Mann reading the Aug. 2008 issue of South Asia Times (Published monthly from Melbourne, Australia) on Aug. 19 2008, during a media conference at the Oz Mod Cafe, St. Kilda Road, Melbourne. People enjoying Gurdas Mann concert in Melbourne Gurdas Mann during the concert in Melbourne […]