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Ameen Sayani, renowned for his role as the host of India's pioneering countdown program, Binaca Geetmala, which premiered in 1952 on Radio Ceylon, passed away on 20 February this year. As the radio community grieves his loss, SBS Hindi revisits a notable interview conducted with him back in 2013.
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The Australian Federal Police launches the 'Don't be a Mule!' campaign to warn international students in Australia about protecting their banking details from money launderers. Money muling, used by organized crime, involves accessing bank accounts for one payment, then transferring funds. AFP's Rainee discusses this issue with SBS Hindi.…
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The Royal Australian Navy is undergoing a $54 billion overhaul to prepare for potential conflict in the Indo-Pacific region. The objective of this overhaul is to become 'larger and more lethal'. As part of the new blueprint, new frigates will be built offshore, and heavily armed unmanned vessels will be acquired. However, several existing shipbuild…
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Recently, a Hong Kong-based multinational company became a victim of deepfake technology when, during a video conference call, fraudsters impersonated the company's CEO and persuaded an employee to transfer $25 million to them. Cybersecurity Advisor Dr. Amit Choubey takes us through the legal landscape around deepfakes in Australia and how one can …
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Dr Kumail Jaffry, a surgical resident, arrived in Australia as a 12-year-old refugee with the dream of becoming a doctor. Fluent in six languages and learning a seventh, Dr Jaffry believes that being multilingual helps him to be a better doctor. He shares his connection with Hindi and his bond with his mother tongue.…
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If you're having trouble saving money, you're not alone. Australia's household savings ratio has dropped to a 17-year low, with Australians now saving only 1.1 per cent of their disposable income. Vinod Mishra, Head of the Department of Economics at Monash University, and Bill Mitchell, Professor of Economics at the University of Newcastle, shed li…
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The community in Australia has recently received Gopal Baglay as the newly appointed High Commissioner of India to Australia. During his visit to Melbourne, he interacted with the Indian diaspora, and SBS Hindi had a brief conversation with him about his role in advancing the shared goals and fostering people-to-people links between the two nations…
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For migrant women who lack driving skills, the absence of a license can pose a substantial hurdle to employment and autonomy. Nonetheless, in Victoria, a program is dedicated to unlocking their potential by offering free driving courses with lessons conducted in their native language.
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आगरा के प्रवीन तालान ने फैशन फोटोग्राफी में महारत हासिल करने के बाद सुरक्षा बलों की फोटोग्राफी में महारत हासिल की है। प्रवीन ने आर्मी, पुलिस, रेलवे पुलिस, सी आर पी ऍफ़ , मुंबई पुलिस और भी तमाम सुरक्षा बलों के लिए फोटोग्राफी की है। इन्होंने इन सभी सुरक्षा बलों के अनछुए पहलु को बाहर लाया है और ऐसी तसवीरें प्रस्तुत की हैं जिससे देखने वाला भी जोश से भर …
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A newly released report has cast doubt on claims made by the governor of the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) that inflation in Australia is largely 'demand-driven'. Professor Rakesh Gupta unpacks this report from ACTU on unfair pricing in conjunction with earlier reports from the IMF and the RBA. He explains why inflation is likely to increase in t…
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Hailing from the southern part of India, the pop-folk alternative rock band 'When Chai Met Toast' released their debut album, 'The Joy of Little Things,' in 2017. They are one of the most streamed English bands in India. In this podcast, the quartet shares some of their music and offers tips for aspiring members of new bands.…
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The newly appointed Indian High Commissioner to Australia, Gopal Baglay, has expressed his commitment to enhancing the bilateral relationship between India and Australia across various fronts, with a particular focus on areas directly impacting Indian citizens. Listen to this interview where Mr Baglay underscores the significance of enhancing educa…
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Looking for love can be a daunting task, especially in this digital age of online dating and swipe-rights. That's where professional matchmakers, Preeti Kothari and Heena Kajaria, come in. Based in Sydney, they are the focus of the SBS documentary series, 'The Matchmakers'. This Valentine's Day, Preeti and Heena will answer a burning question that …
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Young Australians, particularly those aged 15-24, are facing increased psychological distress and loneliness, according to new research from the University of Melbourne. Mental health counsellor Aadhyaa Udawat discusses potential factors contributing to this concerning trend and offers insights on how to address it.…
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The discussion surrounding an employee's right to refuse overtime unless compensated, commonly known as the right to disconnect, is gaining traction in industrial relations reforms. Sydney-based psychotherapist Neha Kapoor sheds light on why this right is not just a luxury but a matter of common sense in today's world. She offers insights and pract…
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Vinay Desai, a disciple of well-known santoor maestro Pt Shiv Kumar Sharma, has learnt from many different maestros over the years. He has expanded his knowledge and skills in playing this ancient instrument from the Kashmir region of India.
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February 13th is celebrated as the World Radio Day. To commemorate this special day, SBS Hindi interviewed some of its regular listeners to understand their connection with the channel as it adapts to the changing preferences in media consumption. Additionally, Davide Schiappapietra, the Head of Language Content, has a special message for SBS Hindi…
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Australia is expected to experience an extremely hot summer with the likelihood of bushfires in the coming months. It is anticipated that the heatwave will be particularly challenging for children between the ages of 0-5 years. Common health issues that may arise include rashes, heatstroke, and diarrhoea. Associate Professor Dr Habib Bhurawala, Hea…
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According to Dr. Amita Tuteja, a senior registrar in obstetrics and gynaecology, women are delaying their appointments due to the increasing costs of consultations. A recent report by the Productivity Commission has shown that the percentage of people who delay or skip appointments due to cost has doubled in the last 12 months, increasing from 3.5%…
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Today is World Radio Day, and to celebrate, SBS Hindi interviewed two volunteer radio hosts, Usha Sharma from Melbourne and Shailja Chandra from Sydney. They shared some interesting on-air anecdotes and talked about the significance of radio broadcasting in the era of artificial intelligence. Both Usha and Shailja talked about their ongoing commitm…
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The New South Wales (NSW) government is asking skilled professionals currently employed in the state to apply directly to Investment NSW for the Subclass 491 visa under its ongoing 2023-24 migration program, with a focus on addressing critical skill shortages in regional areas.
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