Nihal Gupta appointed to SCG board
First person of Indian descent to get appointed By Alys Francis In July, Nihal Gupta achieved something that no other person of Indian descent has when he was appointed to
Is online currency a safe investment?
A graph showing the value of bitcoin growth over time While not many people seem to have heard of it, a new online-only “currency” called Bitcoin has seen its value
THE HOLIDAY MAKERS
KANISHKO DAS TALKS TO ANDRE RASQUINHA, THE MAN BEHIND TRAVEL TALK, ONE OF DANDENONG’S PREMIERE HOLIDAY COMPANIES Ever wondered about the people who go to work every day, just to
IITians’ tryst with Australia
by Shveata Chandel Singh A Metallurgical Engineering graduate of IIT Bombay, Raj Rajakumar arrived in Australia in 1982 to further advance his academic career. After several years at Imperial College
Gadget of the Month :Spell check or spell shake
German inventors have developed a new hi-tech pen that gently vibrates every time it senses a spelling mistake or sloppy handwriting. Lernstift may look like a regular pen with real
‘Liberals value multiculturalism’
Liberal candidate for Wills Shilpa Hegde feels she can really make headway in the fight against Labor in her constituency By Tanu Kallivayalil Shilpa Hegde came to Australia in 2001.
Liberal candidate for Lalor Nihal Samara feels a change is in the air in Lalor. He is confident people are going to see that Labor has continued to ignore them
In the Rudd direction
Cleantech Business Sector president Manoj Kumar talks about his plans for fighting the elections By Shveata Chandel Singh Manoj Kumar, president of Cleantech Business Sector at AIBC-Victoria, is all set
‘It’s a reasonable chance. I’m positive’
Liberals candidate John Nguyen talks to Alys Francis about his battle for the seat of Chisholm Things were looking good for Liberals candidate John Nguyen just a few months back.