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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.

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Multilingual

Contact:

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


Episodes

Asian-Australians most likely group to be discriminated against: survey

9/24/2019
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Asian-Australians are the most likely ethnic group in the country to report experiencing discrimination. That's according to a new study conducted as part of research into the so-called "bamboo ceiling". Researchers hope the survey will spark a rethink on Western notions of leadership and strategies to help workplaces allow Asian employees to excel.

Duration:00:06:04

जब आस्ट्रेलिया आकर सोनाली ने दिए अपने सपनों को पंख

9/23/2019
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वो भारत में एक डॉक्टर थीं.. एक ऐसा पेशा जिस तक पहुंचने की हसरत हर बहुत लोगों की होती है. चाहे वो भारत हो या ऑस्ट्रेलिया. वो डॉक्टर बन कर खुश थीं लेकिन डॉक्टर के पेश को पूरे तौर पर सम्मान देते हुए वो कहती हैं कि वो खुद को प्रिस्क्रिप्शन लिखने तक सीमित रखना नहीं चाहती थीं. और इस बीच उन्हें मौका मिला ऑस्ट्रेलिया जैसे देश में आने का जहां अपने सपनों को कभी भी पंख दिए जा सकते हैं.

Duration:00:08:47

India tops the list of migrants worldwide: UN

9/23/2019
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According to the Population Division of the UN Department of Economic and Social Affairs (DESA), Indians make up the largest diaspora in the world.

Duration:00:09:15

Australia's Prime Minister travels to the US for a landmark Presidential meeting

9/20/2019
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Prime Minister Scott Morrison is in United States for a six-day visit where he'll meet with President Donald Trump. It's the first official visit to the US by an Australian prime minister since George W Bush hosted John Howard in 2006. Mr Morrison's trip is taking place as the US puts pressure on Iran over the attack on Saudi Arabia's oil facilities and as its trade war with China intensifies.

Duration:00:07:39

How to get a divorce in Australia?

9/19/2019
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Research by the Australian Institute of Family Studies shows that people in their mid to late 20s are the most likely to divorce followed by couples in their late 40s. And those who get divorced have usually been married nine years or less.

Duration:00:06:39

फटी-पुरानी जींस बनी बच्चों की खुशी

9/19/2019
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क्या कभी आपने सोचा है कि जब आप अपनी जीन्स पहनना बंद कर देते हैं तब उसका क्या होता है? कहा जाता है कि एक डेनिम जीन्स को डीग्रेड होने में कई साल लगते हैं. इसमें कई नुकसानदायक केमिकल भी रहते है.

Duration:00:04:34

Hindi syllabus added to NSW public schools curriculum

9/19/2019
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Students at public schools in New South Wales will be able to study Hindi, Punjabi and Tamil from next year with five additional languages added to the curriculum. The announcement has led to renewed calls for all Australian students to be forced to learn a second language.

Duration:00:05:36

After 'going through' student to PR journey, this Indian migrant is now giving back to the community

9/18/2019
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Adelaide-based Pankaj Dumra today, a registered migration agent is now giving back to the community, especially international students, after having gone through the hard yakka himself.

Duration:00:09:45

What happens when children don't learn their mother tongue

9/17/2019
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Not learning your mother tongue while growing up in Australia might have significant implications.

Duration:00:06:34

Are you ready for steep rise in Petrol price

9/17/2019
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Following a weekend attack on Saudi Arabia's oilfields, global markets are recording steep price rises in the commodity. Analysts say Australian motorists will pay more at the bowser in coming days, and warn that it could be a long-term price-rise.

Duration:00:04:56

Indian-origin twins in lead roles in ABC's 'The Unlisted'

9/16/2019
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Ved and Vrund Rao – identical twins who hail from India, are playing lead characters in ABC's new series - The Unlisted. The twins were at SBS Hindi studios to share their experiences. Listen to this conversation.

Duration:00:13:18

Settlement Guide - What is bankrtuptcy and its implications?

9/13/2019
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The number of Australians in financial distress is on the rise prompting warnings of more personal bankruptcies as the national economy slows down. So how to deal with unmanageable debt?

Duration:00:08:41

'Quality is everything': Indian entrepreneurs learn what Australia wants

9/11/2019
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Indian businessmen who recently attended the Fine Food Australia trade show in Sydney share with SBS Hindi the secret of successfully trading with Australia.

Duration:00:04:34

Questions raised in Parliament over Liberal MP Gladys Liu's China connections

9/11/2019
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Federal Liberal MP Gladys Liu says she is a proud Australian after being forced to admit she was a member of a group linked to China's foreign interference operations, less than 24 hours after saying she couldn't recall being a part of it Labor has called on the Prime Minister Scott Morrison to assure the Australian public she is a 'fit and proper' person to sit in the Parliament.

Duration:00:05:02

"भाषा और संस्कृति कभी एक दूसरे से अलग नहीं है"

9/11/2019
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ऑस्ट्रेलिया जैसे बहुसांस्कृतिक देश की बात करें तो यहां हर भाषा की तरह हिंदी भी सम्मानित है. अच्छी बात ये है कि हिंदी के लिए न केवल यहां रहने वाले भारतीय मूल के लोग उत्साहित हैं बल्कि सरकार की ओर से भी हिंदी तो खासा महत्व दिया जाता है. ऑस्ट्रेलिया के कई स्कूलों में हिंदी पढ़ायी भी जाती है.

Duration:00:07:54

'How Gay Am I?' asks comedian Sunanda Sachatrakul

9/10/2019
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Sunanda Sachatrakul is a gay female comedian, who was born in India, brought up in Thailand by Punjabi parents and is currently performing her show 'How Gay am I?' in Australia.

Duration:00:13:00

‘Treating Cancer with gold’: Indian scientist innovates Cancer treatment

9/10/2019
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There have been amazing developments in cancer treatment. This research has been co-led by distinguished Indian Scientist Professor Suresh Bhargava. The researchers have engineered gold-based molecules that target cancer cells and leave healthy cells unharmed. It's a big step towards precision cancer drugs that have fewer toxic side effects.

Duration:00:07:34

Should Politicians face drug tests in Parliament?

9/9/2019
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The Morrison government is slowly losing its bid to impose random drug tests on welfare recipients after crossbench senator Jacqui Lambie raised new concerns about the lack of rehabilitation services linked to the plan Labor used the first sitting day - back after a five-week hiatus - to target the government on the state of the economy. The Senator also doubled down on calls to drug test politicians, too. It's something Nationals MP, Barnaby Joyce is also supportive of, saying...

Duration:00:05:02

Peak Hindu body concerned proposed religious freedom bills will adversely affect community

9/8/2019
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The Hindu Council of Australia says it is afraid the proposed freedom of religion laws could have "unintended consequences", such as religious segregation and limited employment opportunities for some religious groups.

Duration:00:11:26

Asha Bhosle-Happy Birthday Tune in to hear her Interview

9/8/2019
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It's Asha Bhosle ji's Birthday today. She has been enthralling music lovers for more than six decades. Be it a cabaret number, pop song, folk, bhajan or ghazal, anything that arose from Asha ji's voice became immortal. Here's a throwback on an interview Kumud Merani recorded with Asha Bhosle a couple of years ago.

Duration:00:15:55