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Members of all faith within the Indian Australian community have welcomed Prime Minister Scott Morrison’s announcement of a grant for improving security arrangements at places of worship.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison publicly condemned the Christchurch terror attack and appealed Australians to actively participate in preventing hate spreading in the community. PM Morrison has announced a $55 million grant to help religious organi...
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New South Wales residents will go to the polls on Saturday to decide who will lead their state for the next four years. It looks set to be a tight race; multiple polls have the Coalition and Labor deadlocked at 50-50 on a two-party preferred...
Liberal Premier Gladys Berejiklian is up against Labor leader Michael Daley in the New South Wales state election. Mr Daley has only been in the job for a matter of months,  stepping into the role after his predecessor Luke Foley resigned amid a ...
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Australia born daughter of Indian-migrants, Ms Pallavi Sinha is a liberal party candidate for NSW Upper House. In this interview, she tells SBS Hindi she wants to stand up for what is right.
Pallavi Sinha is a liberal candidate for New South Wales upper house in the forthcoming elections. An Australian born daughter of Indian-migrants, Ms Sinha believes she understands the issues faced by the new migrants as well as the second genera...
EXCLUSIVE: Prime Minister Scott Morrison tells SBS Hindi that he believes regional areas of Australia are ready to welcome a large number of migrants.
The federal government has outlined the new approach to immigration which includes diverting migration to regional areas. Prime Minister announced the new policy on Wednesday slashing 30,000 places off Australia's permanent migration cap, from a ...

'I was paid less than $6 per hour'

As most international students do, Mohit Jain too looked for casual jobs in his University holidays. 
An Indian international student is furious and feels cheated after he was underpaid by a member of his 'own community'.  Mohit Jain, an International student from India pursuing higher education in Melbourne, picked up casual work over holidays w...
On this World Oral Health Day, SBS Hindi finds out what one must do to maintain good oral health. 
World Oral Health Day is celebrated every year on 20th March to highlight the importance of oral health for a healthy body. “It’s never too early or too late to start looking after your oral health,” Melbourne based Dentist Dr Ruchika Gupta told ...