World Cup final Preview03/26/15
CAn Australia make it five World Cup wins in five different continents? As the trans Tasman rivalry goes up a whole new level in the cricket World Cup final, history could be created by any of the teams if it goes on to win the World Cup. for t...()
Shaheed Bhagat Singh - a tribute Part 3
In this third and final part of the interview, Prof Jagmohan Singh talks about Shaheed Bhagat Singh's relationship with three major leaders of the Indian independence movement, namely, Mahatma Gandhi, Jawaharlal Nehru and Mohammed Ali Jinnah.()
Lord Mayor's Welcome Speech
The Lord Mayors Student Welcome is a special event that recognises and celebrates students contributions to the cultural life and diversity of the City (including nearly 36,000 international students who live and study in Melbournes central city.)...()
Can Australia make it five World Cup wins in 5 different continents?
As the trans Tasman rivalry goes up a whole new level in the Cricket World Cup final, history could be created by any of the teams if it goes on to win the World Cup. For the Black Caps, this is their first ever ICC World Cup fina...()
NSW elections - a panel discussion
What is the ground reality in some key electorates of NSW? What are major issues at play? Will Federal concerns overshadow state issues? Can voters of Indian origin swing the final vote one way or the other? And what is the possibility of an India...()
A tribute to Shaheed Bhagat Singh - Part 2
Continuing the tribute to Shaheed-e- Azam Bhagat Singh, Professor Jagmohan Singh tells us that the great martyr believed in preserving Punjabi literature and culture, and used street theatre and drama as a medium for inspiring a revolution. He...()
Weekly India Diary as presented on March 26
In this week's India Diary, our Kapurthala based correspondent Paramjit Sona brings you a summary of the news that made headlines in India this week. The top story is the acquittal of Congress MP Jagdish Tytler, who has been give...()
A tribute to Shaheed Bhagat Singh - Part 1
Prof Jagmohan Singh is an acclaimed writer and historian in his own right, but is also the nephew of Shaheed e Azam Bhagat Singh -- Prof Sahibs mother (Mata Amar Kaur) was Bhagat Singhs younger sister. This interview with Prof Sahib was specially ...()
How Sudhir became the world famous "Sachin fan"
Sudhir has been a "permanent fixture" in the stands at most matches played by India on home soil in the past 13 years. Since 2002, he has attended 249 ODIs, 42 test matches, 63 Champions League or IPL games and 32 T20 games. The World Cup semi fi...()
Two Australians dead in French plane crash
Government has confirmed the deaths of two Australian citizens in the French plane crash. It is claimed that the plane descended rapidly for about a minute before flying at a normal altitude and then eight minutes later crashed into the mountains....()
Hyderabad Nizam Fund case-UK Court directs Pak to pay India 150,000
A court in United Kingdom has directed Pakistan to pay 1,50,000 pounds to India as legal fees in over-half-a-century-old Hyderabad Funds case. The case pertains to GBP 1 million deposited in a London bank by the Nizam in September 1948, just two d...()
New Zealand Vs South Africa - World Cup History
As New Zealand and South Africa faced off in the first semi final of the ICC Cricket World Cup-2015, SBS Punjabi takes a look at the world cup history of both the teams. ()
Ubharda Australia Full
Australia celebrated its Cultural Diversity Week from the 14th to the 22nd of March. In this segment, Inderdeep Thapar talks to a few different immigrants about their cultural experiences in Australia. These peopel also share with us the tradition...()
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23rd of March is Pakistan's Republic day. This year, Pakistan celebrated the day after a gap of seven years. Our correspondent Masood Mahli brings us a special report on the celebrations in Pakistan on this occasion in our segment "Lehnde Punjab D...()
Rohan Dua's Interview on Punjab Assembly
In this interview, Shamsher Kainth of SBS talks to the Assistant Editor of Times of India (Chandigarh), Mr Rohan Dua about the budget put forward by the Akali government in the assembly including the continued implimentation of Power subsidy schem...()
Meet Raman Bhalla - The Liberal Party candidate for the seat of...
On the 28th March 2015, NSW electors will be required to vote for the 56th Parliament. In this election 93 candidates for the Legislative Assembly will be elected, and in the Legislative Council 21 of the 42 seats will be contested. In this interv...()
Indian fans' cricket slogan - One Day Mataram
"Sachin fan" Sudhir Kumar and Swamy Army's Gurnam Singh were our special studio guests recently - and among other things, they shared their special slogan for Team India -- "One Day Mataram" Gurnam tells us that every match day,...()
Nanak Shah Fakir Film Controversy: “Twenty members of a SGPC committee...
SGPC chief Avtar Singh Makkar has confirmed that Nanak Shah Fakir film has not been approved by SGPC. Makkar said that the producers have to get approval for script of any film in advance that is based on Sikh religion, and the bigger issue is tha...()
Is he cricket's biggest fan?
Meet Sudhir Kumar... the worlds most dedicated and possibly the craziest cricket fan. Every match day, he wakes up at 2am and paints himself in multiple coats of paint, to become a human Indian flag! It takes him 5-6 hours to put the paint on, an...()
The English language requirements t will be relaxed for 457 visas - 457...
The Abbott government has adopted most of the recommendations from a review of the 457 visa scheme, including banning businesses from seeking payment in exchange for sponsoring a worker's visa. The English language test will be relaxed; however th...()
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