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A public petition to get 'Justice for Manmeet Alisher' has gathered over 25,000 signatures in a matter of a few days.
The petition was started by Melbourne based Jasvinder Sidhu. Hear our interview with him by clicking on the link above.  To read more about this story, click on the link below. [node_list uuid="0bc3a6fb-7c73-462b-ad08-2f056c9b676a"]
Despite little encouragement from the political regimes of India and Pakistan, joint celebrations of their Independence Days at the border, have now entered their third decade.
For nearly a quarter of a century, a group of peaceniks from India and Pakistan have been celebrating the Independence Days of both countries together at the Wagah-Attari border, that separates India and Pakistan....

A song for Bhagat Singh

A Melbourne-based musical group has launched its first song on August 15 and dedicated it to a beloved hero of India’s freedom struggle.
On India’s Independence Day, a group of Melbourne-based musicians, mostly of Indian origin, have launched their musical group called Melody Theatre. Just like India gained independence at the stroke of midnight, Melody Theatre also launched their...
More than 50 Indian Australian families have come forward to support drought-affected farmers in regional New South Wales. Dozens of volunteers travelled in a convoy from Sydney to deliver much-needed goods to drought-stricken farmers. 
The second edition of Bhangra Flash Mob and Turban Festival will feature several music and dance performances, besides activities for kids, such as face painting and magic show. 
Melbourne will witness the second edition of Bhangra flash mob and Turban festival on the weekend with Punjabi culture on display in the heart of the city.
Sukhwinder Kaur from the Sikh Volunteers Australia is proud and happy to be voted a Westfield Local Hero. The Sikh Volunteers say they will use $10,000 award money to fund their charity work in accordance with their Sikh faith in Melbourne’s...
Two migrant artists, one each from Pakistan and India, met for the first time in RMIT University Melbourne and decided to join hands to create a unique ‘Borderless’ digital exhibition, conveying a message of love and peace.
Pakistan-born Wardha Alam told SBS Punjabi: "I and my co-artist from Kolkata, Anindita Banerjee, don’t see any difference in what we wear, how we live our daily lives. We don’t see any borders existing here in Australia."...