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Welcome to the SBS Punjabi podcast, featuring homeland news and music.

Welcome to the SBS Punjabi podcast, featuring homeland news and music.
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Location:

Sydney, Australia

Description:

Welcome to the SBS Punjabi podcast, featuring homeland news and music.

Language:

Punjabi

Contact:

SBS Radio Sydney Locked Bag 028 Crows Nest NSW 1585 Australia 02-8333 2821


Episodes

Sikh Community further explores its connection with indigenous Australians

7/12/2018
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Speaking about the Sikh connection with WA's indigenous communities, Mr Singh said, "Sikhs have 120 year old history in this Wheatbelt region, which is three times the size of Punjab but a population of 75,000 only.

Duration:00:07:45

PM Modi launches 2019 re-election bid from Punjab

7/12/2018
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Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed the “Kisan Kalyan Rally” organized in Malout this week, in a veritable bugle call to announce his 2019 re-election campaign.

Duration:00:07:39

Flights to connect Amritsar and Sydney likely soon

7/12/2018
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The cities across Australia including Melbourne, Sydney, Perth and Gold Coast will now be connected directly to Amritsar. In the coming months, there will be more convenient connections between Amritsar and Australia, with three airlines now likely to directly link this route. Here is Preetinder Grewal in conversation with the co-convenor of #FlyAmritsar initiative Anantdeep Singh Dhillon (audio in Punjabi).

Duration:00:11:38

Premjot Sandhu has lost his battle with cancer

7/11/2018
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From his deathbed in India, Premjot called and instructed his friends in Perth to utilize the leftover funds raised for his cancer treatment, on some other better causes. Premjot feared his end was very near and wished other needy should get that money.

Duration:00:11:03

Australia to offer boutique visas

7/10/2018
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The Turnbull Government is targeting particular parts of the country for boutique visa deals as it tries to combat niche skills shortages. Preetinder Grewal reports.... (Audio in Punjabi)

Duration:00:05:03

Crackdown on 'costly and unfair' charges on super accounts

7/10/2018
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An investigation into the superannuation system has found one in three accounts, or about 10 million, are unintended multiple accounts. It finds they cost their owners a total of $2.6 billion every year in extra fees and insurance charges.

Duration:00:07:52

Australia's First Peoples: Myths vs Reality

7/9/2018
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Australia’s First Peoples are the world’s oldest living civilization dating back some 50,000 years according to a recent genetic study by an international team of academics.

Duration:00:09:23

ATO Tax Talk July 2018: BAS and Individual tax return lodgements

7/9/2018
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The following community information is brought to you by the Australian Taxation Office. Interview with Jagjit Singh.

Duration:00:12:29

Women's Health Series: Postnatal care of the mother and newborn

7/9/2018
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Even though having a new baby is most often a wonderful time for the entire family, it may also be a time of chaos and exhaustion, especially for the mother.

Duration:00:24:07

Turning personal tragedy into a mission to save lives

7/8/2018
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Vanhi passed away exactly three years ago on 9 July 2015. "She lived with us for 116 weeks, and to mark her third death anniversary, we want to inspire 116 people to donate blood during the month of July this year," said Nidhi Kaushik, speaking to SBS Punjabi.

Duration:00:20:49

Many Australians may never be able to repay credit card debt: report

7/6/2018
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An Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) review into millions of credit card accounts shows many consumers are overwhelmed by debt. One in six Australians is struggling with credit card debt they may never be able to repay, according to alarming research by the financial regulator.

Duration:00:05:42

Win a double pass for 'Vadhaiyan Ji Vadhaiyan'

7/6/2018
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SBS Punjabi is giving away 5 double passes for the soon to be released Punjabi film, Vadhaiyan Ji Vadhaiyan. To send your entries, please follow the instructions below.

Duration:00:08:41

FIFA World Cup 2018: Top eight are ready for quarters’

7/5/2018
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The 2018 World Cup quarter-final line-up has been decided after a most dramatic Round of 16 that featured high-voltage drama, goals, penalty shootouts and surprise evictions.

Duration:00:06:16

'Standing Up and Standing Out' with the Sikhs

7/3/2018
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A group of artists with disabilities have created a unique artwork by designing and decorating fabrics of Sikh turbans defying cultural differences.

Duration:00:01:33

ATO is cracking down on these tax claims this year

7/2/2018
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It is the time of year again to get your tax affairs in order. So what is the Australian Taxation Office targeting this year? Listen ahead, as we tell you that this year, tax deductions claimed for work-related clothing, and earnings from cryptocurrencies as well as the gig economy will be on the ATO's scanner.

Duration:00:06:42

Plastic bag ban enforced in most Australian states

7/2/2018
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Bans on single-use plastic bags are rolling out across two more states this weekend, with some major retailers already banning the bags nationally. But while the move generally has support from most shoppers, supermarkets are seeing an increase in customer complaints, with some refusing to pay for reusable bags.

Duration:00:06:43

India loses to Australia in hockey, yet again

7/2/2018
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The tie breaker in the hockey Championship Trophy deprived India of victory in the final match despite putting their most impressive foot forward.

Duration:00:02:05

A comedian in all seriousness

7/1/2018
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Leading Punjabi comedian Rana Ranbir has debuted as a director with a movie that promises to be a tear jerker.

Duration:00:20:58

Parents alerted to register ahead of changes to childcare rebates

6/29/2018
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Parents are being urged to sign up to the federal government's new childcare system or face having their payments abruptly cut from next month. Childcare advocates warn thousands of families yet to update their details could be left with a big bill once the changes are rolled out next week.

Duration:00:04:57

Is the current federal government too tough on migrants?

6/28/2018
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"We are the most successful multicultural country in the world with 28 percent of our population born overseas, who are all well integrated into Australia", said Mr Tudge.

Duration:00:05:41