SBS Hindi-logo

SBS Hindi

SBS (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.

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.
More Information

Location:

Sydney, NSW

Description:

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

भारतीय ऑस्ट्रेलियाई राजदीप सिंह बने ‘टैक्सी ड्राइवर ऑफ़ दा ईयर’

11/11/2019
More
साउथ ऑस्ट्रेलिया की टूरिज़्म इंडस्ट्री कॉउंसिल द्वारा हर साल 29 कैटेगरी में राज्य में सबसे बेहतरीन सेवा देने वालों को अवार्ड दिया जाता है।

Duration:00:07:19

This young gay woman is changing lives through storytelling and ‘chai’ - This young gay woman is changing lives through storytelling and ‘chai’

11/11/2019
More
As a young migrant gay woman with no role model around, Mikhara Ramsing experienced a huge conflict between her cultural and sexual identity. “I was constantly told that being gay was a western concept and that I was losing my dharma (duty), my connection to Indian culture," she says. - As a young migrant gay woman with no role model around, Mikhara Ramsing experienced a huge conflict between her cultural and sexual identity. “I was constantly told that being gay was a western concept and...

Duration:00:10:28

What is a bushfire plan and how do you make one?

11/11/2019
More
Authorities are warning communities to prepare for catastrophic conditions on Tuesday in parts of New South Wales. The Rural Fire Service has issued a stark warning that homes and lives will be at risk, as residents turn their minds to enact their bushfire plans.

Duration:00:05:30

The historic Kartarpur corridor linking Dera Baba Nanak in India and Gurdwara Darbar Sahib in Pakistan opened

11/11/2019
More
The historic Kartarpur Sahib Corridor, the cross-border pathway to visit Gurdwara Darbar Sahib in Pakistan was inaugurated on Saturday 9th Nov 2019 by India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan on their respective side. Indian News Analyst Mr Sudhish Pachaudi gives us a report on this and other news stories.

Duration:00:09:15

Commemorating past and present service men and women on Remembrance Day

11/10/2019
More
Remembrance Day is the 101st anniversary of the armistice which ended the First World War. The 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month is now a moment to commemorate service men and women - both those who lost their lives, and who survived. Many Australians pause for a minute's silence at 11am on November 11, which is the anniversary of the exact moment the First World War ended, after four years of fighting.

Duration:00:07:51

दिलों में बसने वाली ये आवाज़ अब ब्रह्माण्ड में गूंजेगी

11/10/2019
More
ये खबर तो आपने ज़रूर सुनी होगी कि इंटरनेशनल एस्ट्रोनॉमिकल यूनियन ने एक छोटे ग्रह का नाम विश्व प्रसिद्ध भारतीय शास्त्रीय गायक पंडित जसराज जी के नाम पर रखा है. क्या आप ये जानना चाहेंगे कि इस ख़बर पर क्या प्रतिक्रिया दी पंडित जसराज जी ने? आस्ट्रेलिया में उनके प्रशंसकों के लिए भी उन्होंने एक संदेश दिया है.

Duration:00:10:58

Strong Families Grow Together

11/8/2019
More
The Jain International Trade Organisation (JITO) is holding ‘Charan Sparsh’ event in Perth, Melbourne, and Sydney on 15th, 16th and 17th Nov 2019 respectively. Founding chairman of JITO Australia chapter Mr Bhupendra Sethia said, ‘A talk by India’s leading motivational speaker and author Mr Rahul Kapoor Jain will explain the positive energy and significance of this tradition and the importance of families. JITO’s mission is to focus on service, knowledge and economic empowerment.‘

Duration:00:07:33

"Bill Shorten's unpopularity as a leader and a cluttered policy agenda are some of reasons behind Labor's federal election loss"

11/7/2019
More
Former Labor leader Bill Shorten has accepted full responsibility for this year's election policies and revealed he could have campaigned with fewer messages. The comments were made in a pre-emptive tweet, just before the release of a review analysing why the party suffered a shock defeat in May's federal election. The review makes a number of findings and recommendations for change to put the party on track to winning at the next election.

Duration:00:04:39

Better migrant job matching could boost Australian economy by $6 billion annually

11/6/2019
More
New research has found that addressing the mismatch between the skills of migrants and the jobs they currently work in, could boost the Australian economy by six billion dollars a year. The economic modelling by Curtin University found only 60 per cent of migrants from non-English speaking backgrounds are working in jobs for which they are well-matched.

Duration:00:07:10

491 वीसा के लिए ऐसे काम करेगा पॉइंट सिस्टम

11/6/2019
More
सरकार ने यह स्पष्ट किया है कि सब क्लास 491 (skilled work regional (provisional)) visa के लिए भी पूल और पास मार्क्स 65 रहेंगे.

Duration:00:07:51

दिल्ली में प्रदूषण में कुछ सुधार लेकिन कैसे होगा स्थायी समाधान?

11/6/2019
More
भारत की राजधानी दिल्ली में हालांकि पिछले कई दिनों से छायी प्रदूषण के स्तर में कुछ सुधार हुआ है. लेकिन यहां पर हवा में अभी भी प्रदूषण का स्तर खतरनाक़ स्तर पर बना हुआ है. भारत के सुप्रीम कोर्ट ने प्रदूषण कम करने में विफल रहने पर संबंधित विभागों की आलोचना की है और इसे लोगों के जीने के अधिकार का हनन बताया है.

Duration:00:05:28

International scientists join forces to declare a climate emergency

11/5/2019
More
More than 11,000 scientists worldwide have declared a 'climate emergency' in a bid to force governments to act. The group warns a lack of action to protect the environment will lead to widespread human suffering. The declaration is based on over 40 years of scientific data analysis.The data included surface temperatures, population growth, fertility rates, energy use and carbon emissions.

Duration:00:08:44

Pros and cons of visa privatisation

11/5/2019
More
Migration experts have warned a multi-billion-dollar plan to outsource visa processing is threatening the integrity of Australia's migration system. Listen to this report in Hindi.

Duration:00:05:26

भारत सरकार ने जारी किया देश का नया नक्शा

11/5/2019
More
लद्दाख के केंद्र शासित प्रदेश में दो जिले करगिल और लेह होंगे। साथ ही पुराने जम्मू कश्मीर राज्य के बाकी जिले नए जम्मू और कश्मीर केंद्र शासित प्रदेश का हिस्सा होंगे।

Duration:00:08:15

"RCEP trade deal without India would not work"

11/4/2019
More
A massive regional trade pact covering half of the world's people has been agreed by 15 members at the ASEAN summit, including Australia, but it won't be signed until next year. But the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership is going ahead without India, concerned about opening its economy to China.

Duration:00:05:47

बदलते दौर में किस ठौर है सूफ़ी संगीत

11/4/2019
More
सूफ़ी गायक फरहान शाह मानते हैं कि सूफ़ी संगीत एक सदाबहार फूल है. लेकिन फिर भी सवाल ये है कि क्या इस फूल के बागीचे अब भी लहलहा रहे हैं. दुनिया को इंसानियत का संदेश देने वाली संगीत की इस विधा के कल, आज और कल पर क्या कहते हैं फरहान शाह?

Duration:00:07:58

Specialised dairy offers a lifeline to rescued camels

11/3/2019
More
First brought to Australia in the 19th century from India and Afghanistan, it’s estimated that there are now about a million wild camels across the country. In an effort to control numbers, hundreds of thousands are culled each year, but an Australian camel farmer is aiming to change negative perceptions of the animals, and their milk.

Duration:00:04:51

Is convenience food really convenient?

11/3/2019
More
Convenience food or packaged food are designed as an easy way to get and consume. Most convenience foods do not have nutritional value and have excessive amounts of sodium, sugar, and saturated fats. Public health consultant and Nutritionist Reinaa Shukla shares the details.

Duration:00:07:11

'Parents need to be aware of their autistic child' says Dr Raj Khillan

11/3/2019
More
In Australia, one in 70 people is on the autism spectrum - an increase of roughly 40 per cent over the past four years. Consultant paediatrician Dr Raj Khillan says symptoms are evident in children from a very young age and vary in degrees, but parents often fail to recognize them.

Duration:00:10:04

Sexual harassment and your rights in the workplace

10/31/2019
More
According to the latest survey from the Australian Human Rights Commission, one in three workers say they've been sexually harassed at work over the last five years. But sexual harassment in the workplace is unlawful and shouldn’t be tolerated. If it happens to you or someone you know, there are ways to get help.

Duration:00:07:39