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Is Prime Minister Narendra Modi set to clinch India’s 2019 election?

July 12, 2018 |

In 2019, citizens across India will be heading to the polls to decide on who will be the next democratically elected leader of their nation.

Next year, the people of India will dictate whether their current leader Narendra Modi will … Read More

The Tragic Murders that Shook India

July 10, 2018 |

In any given country, when the populace is faced with tragic and senseless murder, the nation mourns together. Such an evil act can be unsettling, confronting, and above all terrifying. It is essential not to forget the innocent souls whose … Read More

The Kashmiri Pandits yearn to return to their Homeland

July 9, 2018 |

The Kashmiri Pandits, after being exiled for close to thirty years, yearn to return to their homeland in the Kashmiri Valley.Read More

Actress Priyanka Chopra receives backlash over Quantico Plotline

July 7, 2018 |

Indian actress Priyanka Chopra, who stars in the American television series Quantico, has been met with much criticism over a subplot that involved a terrorist of Indian descent.

Priyanka Chopra, a well known and accomplished Indian actress who started her … Read More

A Survey Suggests that India could be the Most Dangerous Country for Women

July 4, 2018 |

The Thomas Reuters Foundation, a group, concerned with reporting on humanitarian issues, has this year declared India as the most dangerous country for women to reside in.

Concentrating on the six key areas of healthcare, discrimination, cultural traditions, sexual violence, … Read More


August 1, 2017 |

What attracts India to Australia so much? The answer lies in India’s development goals. The subcontinent’s GDP is set to grow from $US7 trillion to $38 trillion by 2040, and Australia is uniquely positioned to cater to its economic needs.

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