By an Indian, from Oz, for the US

Story: Vinay Malhotra made a calculated decision. He decided to write a book and he decided to write about the US elections. Although he himself...

The Candidate that No one want to contend with

This book is a fantastic read. Since all of us are familiar with US politics and it’s workings, there is an immediate connection with...

IKEA CEO willing to work with SMEs: Govt

Amid reservation over the 30 per cent sourcing clause for 100 per cent FDI in single brand retail by multinationals, the Indian government has...

Raves & Rants

"The number of broadband connections provided by the end of December 2011 are 13.35 million." -   Sachin Pilot, Minister of communication and IT (India)...

Indian-American attorney Preet Bharara on Time cover

Washington: Indian-American attorney Preet Bharara has made it to the cover of Time magazine. Bharara, nicknamed the Sheriff of Wall Street, shot to fame...

Dr Sajimon George wins Hind Rattan Award

On the eve of India’s Republic day, in a glittering function in New Delhi, Dr Sajimon George, of Ayurclinic, Melbourne will be presented the prestigious Hind Rattan Award.

Indian-origin engineer named People of Australia Ambassador

As part of Australia's new multicultural policy, the Prime Minister Hon Julia Gillard has announced that the Australian Multicultural Council will appoint up to 40 People of Australia Ambassadors.

Practice makes perfect

Salvi Manish talks to Devendra Desai, director & partner of Desai, Popat & Associates about how he migrated to Australia and his service to the community.

Steering a reluctant super power

BLURB : We have six major activities planned that can help fulfill the mission of AII. One of this is encouraging visiting fellowships for young leaders from India for two months in Melbourne fully funded by AII. We plan to bring six leaders this year.

Nerves of steel

The founder of the Tata Iron & Steel Company -- now called Tata Steel – never lived to see it incorporated. TISCO was born in 1907 -- three years after Jamsetji Nusserwanji Tata died.