Mr Bill Shorten speaks to SBS Punjabi10/22/14
The leader of the federal Opposition, Mr Bill Shorten attended the launch of Subcontinental Friends of Labor in Melbourne on Friday Oct 17, and was treated like a Bollywood star by the hundreds of supporters there. He stated that "the House of Lab...
Saieen Zahoor's performance at AII Diwali Mela 2014
Internationally acclaimed artiste, Saieen Zahoor made a surprise visit to the SBS Outside Broadcast van, before going on to the venue of his concert on Sunday, October 19. The occasion was the AIII Diwali Mela at Sandown Racecourse, where SBS Punj...
Former prime minister Gough Whitlam dies
One of Australias most prominent political figures, former Prime Minister Gough Whitlam, has died aged 98. He was Australias 21st prime minister serving from 1972 to 1975. In August 1975, only three months before his removal as Prime Minister, ...
"I am not happy the way Punjab Govt treated me" Khushbir Kaur – Asian...
Here we have a conversation with Khushbir Kaur from Amritsar Dist. (21 Yrs) who became the first Indian woman to clinch a 20 km Race Walk silver medal in the Asian Games by bettering her personal best and setting a new national record in the proce...
Masood Mallhi interviews Afzal Ahsan Randhawa
Afzal Ahsan Randhawa is a Pakistani Punjabi poet and writer. He has written several novels in the Punjabi language including Sooraj Grehan and Doaba. In 1986, he was awarded the Prof. Piara Singh Gill & Karam Singh Sandhu Memorial Antar-Rashtari S...
The World Food Prize winner Dr Gurdev Khush talks about world food...
To mark World Food Day (16th Oct), we have a very special conversation with the world renowned Agronomist, Geneticist and innovative rice-breeder Dr Gurdev Khush. Dr Khush won the World Food Prize in 1966 for enlarging and improving the global sup...
India Diary 161014
Paramjit Sona from Kapurthala presents India Diary comprising of latest news and views from Punjab. If you missed it out on 16th Sep, you can listen to it here again.
Vagde Daraiya - Part 4 - Girish Kumar
In this fourth part of Vaghde Dariya series, Girish Kumar talks about the role of Hindu Temples in Australia. Should religious institutions only fulfill our religious needs, or should they have a wider impact - on our cultural, social and daily l...
Vagde Daraiya - Part 3 - Joginder Singh
In this third part of Vaghde Dariya series, Joginder Singh talks about the role of Gurudwaras in Australia. Should religious institutions only fulfill our religious needs, or should they have a wider impact - on our cultural, social and daily liv...
Nobel Peace Prize for Malala Yousafzai and Kailash Satyarthi
Pakistani schoolgirl Malala Yousafzai and Indian child rights activist Kailash Satyarthi and are the joint winners of this year's Nobel Peace Prize. The Norwegian Nobel Committee says they're being recognised for their struggle against the supp...
Preeti Jabbal wins the Victorian Multicultural award for Excellence
Winner of the Victorian Multicultural Award for Excellence; Preeti Jabbal is in conversation with SBS Punjabi. Here is the podcast link to listen her interview with us:
From Melbourne to Bollywood- Tammy fitzerald talks about her projects
Tammy Fitzgerald is a Melbourne based Actor, producer and comedian. She has previously been seen in Kath & Kim, Blue Heelers, The Murray Whelan Series (The Brush-Off and The Stiff) and The Games. She has also had her own comedy show at the Melb...
What is Arhritis?
12th October 2014 was World Arthritis day. Arthritis is a major health problem in Australia, where 1 in 5 Australian people are diagnosed with Arthritis. In this interview, we have talked to Dr Santokh Singh, who tells us about Arthritis, its ...
Vaghde Dariya - Part 2
In the first episode of Vaghde Dariya, you heard Mr Kewal Singh talking about the role played by Gurudwaras in the lives of the Indian diaspora in Australia. In the second episode, we speak to Mr Baldev Chand about the mandirs in Australia - do th...
Vaghde Dariya - Part 1
This 5-part series titled Vaghde Dariya discusses the role played by mandirs, gurudwaras etc in the lives of Indian Australians. Should religious institutions only fulfill our religious needs, or should they have a wider impact -- on our cultural,...
West Punjab Diary - October 14, 2014
The stampede at Imran Khan's recent rally, Malala's Nobel Peace Prize and the appointment of Pakistan's new High Commissioner to Australia, are some of the news topics covered in this week's Lehnde Punjab di Khabarsaar. If you missed it on our pro...
Devpaal Singh- one of the newly appointed NSW Community Relation 's...
In this interview, we have talked to Devpaal Singh, a 20 yr old Engineering/Law student at Sydney University, who is currently the President of the Sydney University Sikh Society and National Communications and Marketing Director of Sikh Youth Aus...
India Diary 13/10/2014
Here is our team correspondent Paramjit Sona presenting weekly India Diary.
Amandeep Singh Rosha – The Liberal candidate for Vic State Senate...
In this conversation, we talked to Amandeep Singh Rosha who will be contesting in the upcoming State Parliament Election for Liberal Party from North Western Metropolitan Area in Victoria. Preetinder Grewal reports.........
Rohit Pandhi talks about 457 visa frauds
In this interview Rohit Pandhi talks about 457 visa frauds. He mentions that some migration agents are luring migrants to go for some dodgy tactic to attain 457 visas that further leads to nowhere. The federal government has launched a national...
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