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Know this young Melbourne doctor couple & their work

Know this young Melbourne doctor couple & their work

India-born Dr Atul Malhotra and Dr Arunaz Kumar have tapped deep into the moral, social and personally satisfying advantages of being doctors. Their approach to medical care goes beyond duty hours as they help educate people in rural India on childbirth and childcare through their charitable program ONE-Sim. The couple migrated to Australia in 2005

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Gurumustuk Singh on the Sikhi way of life

With his turban and beard, Gurumustuk Singh Khalsa is not your quintessential Punjabi Sikh. He was born in America to parents who converted to Sikhism before he was born. The founder and CEO of SikhNet.com, one of the biggest online portals for Sikhs around the world, Gurumustuk shows how comfortable he is in his beliefs

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Meet Nancy Loomba, Melbourne’s young, tireless leader

Nancy Loomba left her hometown of Jalandhar, Punjab, at the age of 17 after completing her schooling and in just six years of her stay in Melbourne, she has already won the Emerging Leadership in Multiculturalism Award, which recognises a newly-arrived migrant or refugee who is a leader in their community and volunteers their time

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NEW KIDS ON THE BLOCK

On the Facebook page of One & Half, you will see photos of quotes on life which instantly draw likes from patrons. For chef and owner Ayanav Eddie Dhar, that is a drill he likes to follow as he sets up his day. The writings on the wall convey beautiful thoughts. “Sometimes you see something

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COURTING TENNIS

Mahi Khore is not your ordinary 11-year old. What sets her apart from her peer group is the fact that she is a champ who sets the tennis court on fire, literally.    It was during the recent school holidays that a local newspaper published Mahi Khore’s story and her phenomenal rise in tennis at such

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The infectious culinary charm of MasterChef 2018 winner Sashi Cheliah

For almost 12 years, Sashikumar Cheliah worked with the Singaporean Police Force loving the adrenalin lifestyle associated with being an Elite Police Officer. He was dealing with rescue operations, counter terrorism, kidnappings and high-profile protection in the riot police. In 2011, he moved to Adelaide and took up yet another demanding job – that of

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Meet Banita Sandhu, Shoojit Sircar’s new leading lady

A student in London who went to India to make ads because living in London is expensive, then a big film came her way and she is on her way to stardom. Meet Banita Sandhu, who was born and brought up in Wales. Like most second generation Indians, she spoke very little Hindi and had

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MIND OVER MATTER

Visiting eminent Buddhist teacher Dzogchen Rinpoche’s insight into the resting of the mind, which he says is the path to happiness. In the Tibetan Buddhist tradition, Dzogchen Rinpoche is one of the highest Lamas and an authentic holder of the Dzogchen lineage — part of the Nyingma school of Buddhism. Trained in one of the

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Stars, movies, Q&As, masterclasses and more…

Melbourne: Karan Johar will be among the bevy of Bollywood stars that will throng Melbourne once again this August at the much awaited Indian Film Festival of Melbourne (IFFM) 2017. Running from August 10 to 22th, the festival will be packed with Bollywood blockbusters, powerful Indie films and documentaries from India and the subcontinent, master

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I was quite a dreamer as a child: Katrina Kaif

Geared up for the release of her new film “Jagga Jasoos”, a musical directed by Anurag Basu, Bollywood actress Katrina Kaif says she was a dreamer as a child, and preferred watching children’s cinema rather than reading comic books when she was younger. The actress’ character in the film has a child-like quality. Reminiscing her

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