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Life in australia-Part 1

Presenting 1st part of our weekly series- "Life in Australia", which will revolve around our life here, our experiences and some memorable moments ..

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  • Duration10 Minutes

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Mr Bill Shorten speaks to SBS Punjabi

The leader of the federal Opposition, Mr Bill Shorten attended the launch of Subcontinental Friends of Labor in Melbourne on Friday Oct 17, and was treated like a Bollywood star by the hundreds of supporters there. He stated that "the House of Labor" was the natural party of choice for subcontinental migrants in Australia. Other Labor leaders present on the night included Michelle Rowland, MP from Greenway and Shadow Minister for Multicultural Affairs, Senator Lisa Singh from Tasmania, and Daniel Andrews, the leader of the Opposition in Victoria.


Mr Shorten spared a few minutes for SBS Punjabi program at the end of the launch ceremony and among other questions, we asked him why Labor had not endorsed any subcontinental candidates in the upcoming state elections in Victoria and NSW; about 457 visa fraud and the anti-terror law recommendations in Canberra. In the end, Mr Shorten shared a short Diwali message too.


Here is the podcast of that interview. You can hear full program (Monday, October 20) in which we broadcast this interview, by visiting www.sbs.com.au/punjabi. We had also shared a portion of Mr Shorten's speech, on that program.


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  • Duration02 Minutes

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Saieen Zahoor's performance at AII Diwali Mela 2014

Internationally acclaimed artiste, Saieen Zahoor made a surprise visit to the SBS Outside Broadcast van, before going on to the venue of his concert on Sunday, October 19. The occasion was the AIII Diwali Mela at Sandown Racecourse, where SBS Punjabi team members Preetinder and Manpreet held a two hour interactive session with the audience.


Here is an excerpt of the brief performance by the jewel of sufiana music from West Punjab, Saieen Zahoor.

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  • Duration07 Minutes

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Former prime minister Gough Whitlam dies

One of Australias most prominent political figures, former Prime Minister Gough Whitlam, has died aged 98. He was Australias 21st prime minister serving from 1972 to 1975.


In August 1975, only three months before his removal as Prime Minister, Mr Whitlam heralded land rights legislation in the Territory when he famously handed back the lease of Wave Hill Station to Aboriginal Traditional Owners


Preetinder Grewal takes a look at the life of the former prime minister, known to all simply as "Gough" ……


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  • Duration06 Minutes

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"I am not happy the way Punjab Govt treated me" Khushbir Kaur – Asian Games Silver Medallist

Here we have a conversation with Khushbir Kaur from Amritsar Dist. (21 Yrs) who became the first Indian woman to clinch a 20 km Race Walk silver medal in the Asian Games by bettering her personal best and setting a new national record in the process.

In this interview, Khushbir mentioned that she may consider moving to Haryana if the State Government doesn't help her in sports quota.

Preetinder Grewal Reports………..


  • Uploaded21 Oct 2014

  • Duration10 Minutes

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