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Jansatta Hindi Podcast

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Jansatta Podcast में आपको मिलेगी सटीक और सही जानकारी। आपसे जुड़े मुद्दों पर बात करेंगे, आपके हित की बात करेंगे। देश, विदेश, खेल, सियासत की हलचल पर रहेगी नजर। Jansatta Podcast brings you accurate and incisive news. We'll talk about politics, sports, business, entertainment - all the issues that directly affect you.
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This week marks Reconciliation Week, centered around the theme "Now More Than Ever." This theme calls on Australians to come together to advance the recognition of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and tackle issues that disproportionately impact their communities.
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Sikh Youth Australia is continuing its efforts to honour outstanding achievers in various fields by opening nominations for the second year of the Australian Sikh Awards for Excellence. These awards aim to recognize the contributions of individuals from the Sikh faith to the wider Australian community. Tarandeep Singh Ahuja of Sikh Youth Australia …
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Indian-born designer Kudrat Makkar achieved a historic milestone as the first Indian-Australian designer to showcase a solo presentation at the Australian Fashion Week that just wrapped up. In a podcast, she delves into her personal journey, highlighting influences from her Indian roots, and explores the market's appetite for intricately luxurious …
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उत्तराखंड के रहने वाले संदीप पांडे और उनके दोस्तों ने पहाड़ी पीसे नमक के स्वाद को लोगों में इतना बड़ा दिया है कि आज इस टीम के तीन स्टोर और बहुत से रिटेलर हैं। वे अपने इस नमक के बिज़नेस द्वारा करोड़ो कमा रहें हैं और बहुत किस्मों के फ्लेवर के नमक बनाते है। यही नहीं आज विदेशों में भी इनके कंपनी द्वारा बनाया नमक बेचा जाता है।…
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New research suggests a Mediterranean-style diet could reduce anxiety and stress in individuals over 60. The study, led by the University of the Sunshine Coast, suggests a Mediterranean style diet is associated with fewer symptoms of depression. Additionally, experts highlight similarities between Mediterranean and Indian food cultures and their po…
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In an exclusive conversation with SBS Hindi, Victoria Police's Protective Service Officer (PSO) Mohammad Ali discusses the benefits of a career in public service and offers valuable tips for successfully navigating the recruitment process. Tune in to gain insights into what a typical day in the life of a Victoria Police officer entails.…
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In honour of Australia's National Volunteer Week which runs from 20 May to 26 May this year, SBS Hindi recently spoke to Komal Ghai, a 41-year-old pharmaceutical officer from Melbourne who volunteers in the local yoga community. Ghai shares her perspective on the significance of volunteer work and why she believes it’s essential to contribute to th…
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This year, the Indian Australian Multicultural Sports Association (IAMSA), a non-profit organisation based in the Australian Capital Territory, was awarded Cricket Australia's Community Cricket Association of the Year Award. Furthermore, its director, Sanjay Sharma, received the Inclusion & Diversity Initiative of the Year Award. As a dedicated loc…
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Abbas Alvi, an Indian Australian, was honoured with the NSW Government Community Service Award during National Volunteer Week this year. Known for his volunteer work assisting migrants, Mr Alvi has been involved in numerous initiatives. As a community leader, he actively participates in various associations to promote peace and social cohesion. Add…
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With the rise of artificial intelligence, concerns are now being raised about the non-consensual spread of deepfake pornography. The eSafety Commissioner, Julie Inman Grant, says she has received multiple reports of young people being bullied by having purely synthetic pornographic images of them shared. Experts say that banning deepfake pornograph…
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In 2018, Shabbir Kanchwala, 47, launched his tea business in Melbourne. On this year's International Tea Day, celebrated on May 21, Itee Dewan delves into the saga of an entrepreneur who encountered various hurdles, notably a setback involving the disposal of almost 90 kilograms of tea. What led to this challenge, and what makes Shabbir's narrative…
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India's well known stand-up artist Amit Tandon is ready to present his new comedy set, 'Hamara Zamane Mein' in Australia. Known for his 'clean comedy' and family-centric content, his new set is based on the generational gap and nostalgia. Mr Tandon spoke to SBS Hindi about his new set, starting his comedy career in his late thirties, performing ins…
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According to a recent report by the Association of Superannuation Funds of Australia (ASFA), Australians from non-English speaking backgrounds experience a substantial superannuation gap. The analysis indicates that, on average, these individuals are about $140,000 worse off in retirement compared to those who are fluent in English. Financial Advis…
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National Volunteer Week will be held between 20-26 May this year. SBS Hindi spoke to volunteers at the heart of palliative care about making time to help people live well until they die. Besides sharing memorable anecdotes, the volunteers urged Indians in Australia to get involved in end-of-life care and make a meaningful impact.…
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Melbourne is gearing up for a theatrical production, "Maharaj - The King," spotlighting Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj and the often overlooked heroes integral to his triumphs over adversaries. In this podcast, SBS Hindi interviewed director Shilpa Gayakwad and the play's writer and stage designer, Pranav Jatkar, exploring their research, encountered …
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The fast-paced working world makes motherhood particularly challenging, especially in nuclear families. Daycare workers like Pratiksha Sharma and Amey Ansurkar become essential support systems for working mothers, teaching children important social skills and helping them adapt. In this podcast, Priyanka Hatwalne shares her challenges as a working …
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Migrant and refugee communities have applauded initiatives in the Federal budget 2024, but more details are needed on tailored strategies to reach community members. The measures targeting First Nations communities have also been praised, but advocates say more work is required.
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Numbers of international students entering Australia will be capped from next year as the government aims to cut migration rates. This follows stricter regulations announced recently such as higher financial criteria and English proficiency standards.
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The Australian federal budget, titled "Cost-of-living help and a future made in Australia," tackles the challenges of ongoing inflation and a sluggish economy. Dr Nalini Prasad, Senior Lecturer at UNSW, reviews the budget's main points and implications, noting that the $300 energy bill rebate may not be the most effective solution.…
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आपने अमिताभ बच्चन पे फिल्माया हुआ 'अमर अकबर एंथनी' फिल्म का मशहूर गाना तो सुना ही होगा - 'माई नेम इज़ एंथनी गोंसाल्वेस'। लेकिन क्या आप जानते हैं एंथनी गोंसाल्वेस वाकई में एक व्यक्ति थे जो भारतीय सिनेमा में म्यूज़िक अरेंजर थे। यहीं नहीं वो मशहूर संगीतकार प्यारेलाल के गुरु भी थे। ऐसे ही फ़िल्मी दुनिया के गुमनाम चेहरों को सामने ला रहे हैं मुंबई के बिज़नेस…
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As the aspiration to migrate to Australia continues to lure thousands of Indians every year, there is also a counter movement where some Indian families opt to return home. This podcast features stories of Indian Australians who delve into the myriad factors influencing this phenomenon of reverse migration.…
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