Filthy Indian Restaurant ‘Indian Feast’ fined $20,000 in Brisbane

Filthy Indian Restaurant ‘Indian Feast’ fined $20,000 in Brisbane

The owner of the “Indian Feast” restaurant in Brisbane, Ravindra Prasad was fined more than $20,000 after pleading guilty to racially abusing a health inspector who found cockroach infestation in his business. On 5th July 2017, a snap inspection by health inspectors found six breaches at “Indian Feast” restaurant in St Lucia, including improper food […]

Malaysian Airlines to reintroduce KL -Kochi flights from March this year

Malaysian Airlines to reintroduce KL -Kochi flights from March this year

Malaysian Airlines announced its return to Kochi with its inaugural flight on 31 March 2019. The airline will be flying daily Kochi via MH108, serviced by the B737-800, which will depart Kuala Lumpur at 10.40pm and arrive Kochi at 12.01am the following day. The return flight, MH109 will depart Kochi at 1am and will arrive […]

Refugee boat heading for Australia from Kerala in India

Refugee boat heading for Australia from Kerala in India

(Image is only representative) Malayalam language Newspaper “Malayala Manorama” reported, a boat with 40 people, including women and children, believed to be Sri Lankan Tamils are heading for Australia from Cochin. Munambam harbour in Cochin, Kerala has emerged as a transit point for Sri Lankan refugees to Australia. The human traffickers use fishing vessels for […]

How the Indian Community in Australia fared in 2018 – A Snapshot

How the Indian Community in Australia fared in 2018 – A Snapshot

Unlike the previous years, in 2018, Indian community made headlines in Australia for drowning deaths, criminal activities and a few noteworthy achievements. Verdict on Sam Abraham murder case caught the attention of both Indian and Australian media. Nine people of Indian origin mostly international students and tourists drowned in Australian waters this year. Australian Government […]

Indian woman shot with nail gun by stepson in critical condition in Sydney

Indian woman shot with nail gun by stepson in critical condition in Sydney

NSW Police arrested 20-year-old Akash Narayan and charged with causing grievous bodily harm with intent to murder on 26th December 2018 for shooting his step mother with nail gun. 50-year-old Ragni Narayan was shot twice at close range by Akash after they had a verbal fight at their home in Bonnyrigg Heights in Sydney’s south-west […]

Two Indians dead in drowning tragedy in a closed beach in Phillip Island

Two Indians dead in drowning tragedy in a closed beach in Phillip Island

Two men from a Punjabi family drowned at a closed beach near The Colonnades, off The Blvd on Phillip Island, around 5.30pm on Christmas eve. A helpless mother watched her 20-year-old son and husband drown, as her other son, a 12-year-old boy was taken to hospital for treatment. The family is from Cranbourne East. Emergency […]

Senthill Kumar Arumugum sentenced to life in prison for killing Meena Narayanan

Senthill Kumar Arumugum sentenced to life in prison for killing Meena Narayanan

  Senthill Kumar Arumugum, who murdered Singapore citizen Meena Narayanan after she declined arranged marriage has been sentenced to life in prison on 14th December 2018 in Brisbane. Arumugam will be eligible to apply for parole after serving 20 years of his life sentence in custody. With a mandatory non-parole period of 20 years, he […]

Indian Nurse from Punjab allegedly behind the murder of Queensland woman Toyah Cordingley

Indian Nurse from Punjab allegedly behind the murder of Queensland woman Toyah Cordingley

24-year-old Toyah Cordingley was found dead on Wangetti Beach, 42km north of Cairns on  21st October 2018. Her body had visible and violent injuries. Now the Police have gathered enough evidence to point the finger at an Indian Nurse who already fled Australia for India.The Queensland Health-registered nurse reportedly worked at Innisfail hospital, south of […]

No thanks for white man Leyonhjelm’s “Brown Men” speech

No thanks for white man Leyonhjelm’s “Brown Men” speech

Wooing or appeasing ethnic communities for votes is an artform Australian politicians are yet to master and this week Senator David Leyonhjelm’s much criticized speech thanking Brown men for their services just proved it once again.  The Senator’s speech goes as follows, “The young brown men I come across in my day-to-day life are often […]

The Indian trio accused of stealing $900,000 of baby formula in Melbourne

The Indian trio accused of stealing $900,000 of baby formula in Melbourne

  Victoria Police allege, a group of Indians, Gurwinder Gill (36 years), Herdeep Singh (21) and Navjinder Singh (24)were part of a group that robbed 15 sites that stored baby formula between June 8 and August 30 in 2018. Their loot is estimated to be worth upto $900,000. Gurwinder Gill and Herdeep Singh appeared before […]

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