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SBS Radio's Hindi Language Program offers extensive coverage of news, current affairs, cultural events and sport through our network of correspondents in India, Fiji and Australia.

SBS Radio's Hindi Language Program offers extensive coverage of news, current affairs, cultural events and sport through our network of correspondents in India, Fiji and Australia.
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Sydney, NSW

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SBS Radio's Hindi Language Program offers extensive coverage of news, current affairs, cultural events and sport through our network of correspondents in India, Fiji and Australia.

Language:

Multilingual

Contact:

SBS Radio Sydney Locked Bag 028 Crows Nest NSW 1585 Australia (02) 9430 2828


Episodes

Australia falls to 6th place in ODI cricket rankings, lowest ever in 34 years

6/19/2018
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Australia falls to sixth position in ICC One-day international rankings

Duration:00:07:56

SSCAFF 2018: Arts & Film Festival for Cross-Cultural Collaboration

6/18/2018
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In its sixth year running Satrangi Seven Colors Arts & Film Festival (SSCAFF) 2018 is continuing its efforts to promote cultural diversity through the platform of creative arts, performing arts and film making.

Duration:00:07:49

Nandita Das on her upcoming film Manto

6/15/2018
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India's artistic actress, director and screen play writer Nandita Das is in Australia these days. Nandita is coming back after 10 years with a new film , not as an actor but as a director. Nandita’s new film is based on famous writer Saadat Hasan Manto. Speaking to SBS Nandita says that Manto’s stories were reflection of the society of that era and Manto himself lived a transparent but dejected life. Nawazuddin will be seen as Manto in the movie. Nandita says that it was not easy to play...

Duration:00:09:24

"If an NRI husband does not respond to summons, his property could be confiscated" - NRI पति ने पत्नी को छोड़ा तो ज़ब्त हो सकती है संपत्ति

6/15/2018
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Indian Government could soon pass a law whereby NRI husbands who desert their wives could have their property in India confiscated. We spoke to Supreme Court Advocate Anita Bafna and Law Lecturer and Family dispute resolution mediator in Australia, Rita Verma on this issue. - भारत सरकार इस बात पर विचार विमर्श कर रही है की अगर कोई प्रवासी भारतीय अपनी पत्नी को छोड़ देता है और अदालत के सम्मन का जवाब नहीं देता तो भारत में उसकी संपत्ति ज़ब्त की जा सकती है. इससे पहले भारत की महिला और बाल विकास...

Duration:00:08:40

बिहार के 250 रुपये से सिडनी में 150 करोड़ तक की कहानी

6/13/2018
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सफलता के लिए क्या ज़रूरी है, एक डिग्री या कुछ कर गुजरने की ललक? अमित कुमार दास इस बात की मिसाल हैं कि अगर लगन हो तो बाकी सब चीज़ें अपने आप हो जाती हैं.

Duration:00:11:12

Meet Amrik Singh Gill who helps new migrants in his unique way

6/12/2018
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There are many unknown and unnamed people in the Australian Indian society who are quietly helping new migrants in their own way. Amrik Singh Gill from Adelaide is one such good samaritan. Find out how he helps others, and why he does it.

Duration:00:07:52

Trump-Kim Singapore Nuclear Summit: Unspecified Pact to be Signed

6/11/2018
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America’s President Donald Trump is meeting with North Korean leader Kim Jung Un in Singapore.

Duration:00:06:12

This young Indian man in Mumbai is saving one beach at a time

6/10/2018
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Mumbai has about 35 beaches, out of which Juhu is one of the most iconic beaches where 60,000 to 70,000 people throng every weekend. The beaches are littered mainly with plastic, plastic and more plastic bags. Chinu Kwatra and a team of young people are determined to clean-up Juhu and Dadar beach.

Duration:00:10:22

"Some people feel Indian Government can't do anything to them after they become Australian citizens"

6/8/2018
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India's Minister for Women and Child Development, Maneka Gandhi has announced that all NRI (Non-Resident Indian) marriages will have to be registered within 48 hours of the marriage. Ms Gandhi has that all NRI marriages have to be registered within 48 hours, else the passport and visas would not be issued. We spoke to former member of The National Commission for Protection of Child Rights in India, Sandhya Bajaj, Melbourne based social worker and Chairperson of RaMon Helps Inc., Monica...

Duration:00:09:13

Bronze Age chariots and burial sites found in 'ground-breaking' discovery in India

6/7/2018
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The Archaeological Survey of India has found remains of Bronze Age artefacts including chariots and burial sites.

Duration:00:08:58

"This technology could be a revolutionary"

6/7/2018
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Medical Sonographer Bindi Raja has worked in an area of research which could potentially help Sonographers identify foetal abnormalities with a higher degree of accuracy. This research involves developing a new software based on machine learning, which could potentially help in detecting those abnormalities that are often missed in routine ultrasound examinations that are taken within the first 20 weeks of pregnancy. We spoke to Indian-Australian Bindi Raja to know more about this new...

Duration:00:07:15

Federal Government plans legislation to access encrypted messages of criminals

6/7/2018
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Legislation is expected to be introduced in the coming weeks to give security agencies, police, and intelligence services the ability to access the encrypted data of paedophiles, suspected terrorists - and others.

Duration:00:05:50

धर्म छोड़ अध्यात्म की ओर जा रहे हैं लोग

6/6/2018
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ऑस्ट्रेलिया में जब जनसंख्या के नए आंकड़े आए थे तो एक बहुत दिलचस्प बात सामने आई थी कि करीब एक तिहाई ऑस्ट्रेलियाई किसी धर्म को नहीं मानते.

Duration:00:05:11

'An Australian can save my child' pleads an Indian father

6/6/2018
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Anand Singh celebrated his 7th birthday last month. His father tried to make the day as happy as any father would. But being in a hospital bed, it was difficult for Anand to enjoy his birthday like any other healthy child.

Duration:00:06:44

"Electricity in every Indian village one of the greatest achievements in the history of energy"

6/5/2018
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The International Energy Agency (IEA) has hailed India's efforts to electrify all its villages. This mission was completed two years ahead of schedule.

Duration:00:06:49

Audacious assault outside family home

6/3/2018
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You often hear of assaults in dark alleys or railway stations late at night, but seldom do you hear of an assault at 7pm outside one's own home. This is exactly what happened to Talvinder Singh in the New Zealand city of Christchurch.

Duration:00:07:13

An amazing story of love and marriage over three pebbles

5/30/2018
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They say love is blind but the instinct of true love remains eternal, and when that instinct tells people it is true love, they listen to their heart and some even pledge marriage without actually having seen each other. What do you say to one such marriage pledge over three pebbles? Listen to Sneha and Harsh's beautiful journey.

Duration:00:12:41

Do you know what is phubbing?

5/28/2018
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A language keeps changing with the demands of time and new words get added to the lexicon. Phubbing is one such word that has got added to the English dictionary. Do you know what it means and how this word was born? Let's find out!

Duration:00:04:46

Over 3,000 Indian Australians have Hepatitis C despite simple cure

5/23/2018
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Learn more about the symptoms, dangers, and cure for Hepatitis C from Dr Puneet Mahendra, Gastroenterologist and Hepatologist in our podcast.

Duration:00:09:04

Little champion Dhruv (Shishir) Kamdi skates into the Guinness Book Of World records

5/22/2018
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This is the amazing journey of how Dhruv (Shishir) Kamdi, from a two-year-old who could not even walk or speak, made his way into the Guinness Book of records for limbo skating at the age of five. Hailing from a village in Chandrapur, Dhruv has skated away to fulfil his deceased mother's dream.

Duration:00:12:35