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In this latest Hindi bulletin: Mandatory isolation for COVID-19 to end on October 14; The Australian War Memorial has announced plans to expand its depiction of the nation's Frontier Wars; eBay fined for breaching ticket scalping laws and more news.
North Melbourne Tasmanian Kangaroos have signed up Year 12 student Zoe Savarirayan as a rookie in the AFL women's team. Before her debut game against the Sydney Swans, she speaks to SBS Hindi about training with AFLW stars and juggling studies and football.
Listen to the latest SBS Hindi report from India. 30/09/22
As the Optus data breach threatens to trigger changes to Australia's privacy laws, calls are growing louder for big companies to have their user storage restricted. It comes, as the government calls Optus to accept the blame - and the costs.
Religious ceremonies and garba dances are part of the nine-day festival of Navratri in the Indian community. Known for her garba songs, Sydney-based Gautami Bhatt spoke with SBS Hindi about the impact of garba folk songs.
Dr Kiran Martin- a paediatrician and the founder of the Asha Society India - a non-governmental organisation, is continuously working towards transforming the quality of life in slums with health care and education. The Asha Society is now a charity partner of the University of Sydney’s 'India Equity Scholarship'. Listen to this interview to know about her passion and dedication to working towards improving lives and about this scholarship.
Drivers getting ready for a petrol price hike in coming days, with the return of the full fuel excise tax. The tax was halved by the previous Morrison government six months ago as a measure to ease the cost of living. The competition regulator is warning it will take steps against any fuel retailers found to be overcharging.
पश्चिम बंगाल के निमेश लामा ने अपने अलीद्वारपुर ज़िले के एक मैदान पर लगे पेड़ को बहुत सुन्दर तरीके से प्रयोग किया है. जहाँ कभी इस पेड़ के नीचे लोग जुआ और शराब पीते थे, वहीं निमेश ने इस पेड़ को ट्री लाइब्रेरी का रूप दिया है. संडे को उन्होंने कुछ किताबें उस पेड़ पर टांग दी और लोगों को उन्हें पड़ने को कहा. आज उनकी ट्री लाइब्रेरी पर भीड़ लगती है और वातावरण भी सुधर गया है.
भारत के मशहूर फिल्म निर्देशक रामानंद सागर से जुड़ी कुछ खास बातें।
सबीएस हिन्दी की प्रस्तुति: बॉलीवुड टाइम
New housing infrastructure has been developed in the remote Northern Territory Tiwi town of Pirlangimpi, looking to address issues about chronic overcrowding. However, there are concerns that a planned increase in rental prices will make housing unaffordable for many in remote communities.
In this latest Hindi bulletin: Myanmar court convicts Aung San Suu Kyi and her Australian adviser Sean Turnell to three years in prison; Government urges Optus customers to remain vigilant in the wake of the recent Optus data leak; In sports Matildas captain Sam Kerr helps Chelsea beat West Ham in Women's Super League and more.
In this latest Fiji news: Women Crisis Centre Coordinator, Shamima Ali says rape and sexual assault are still prevalent in Fijian communities; Fijian economy to grow by 12.6 percent this year.
In this latest Hindi bulletin: Attorney-General Mark Dreyfus officially introduces National Anti-Corruption Commission bill to parliament; Optus customers eligible for driver's license replacement following company's data breach; A-F-L champion and Geelong captain Joel Selwood announces retirement and more.
Listen to this SBS Hindi news from India. 28/09/22
The group claiming responsibility for the Optus data breach has said it has deleted the stolen data and dropped its ransom demands. In response to the cyberattack, the Federal Government blamed Optus and criticised it for not protecting consumers. However, Optus says it is doing everything it can to ensure consumers are protected.
World Tourism Day was observed on 27 September under the theme 'Rethinking Tourism'. This SBS Hindi interview features Poornima Patil talking about her travel experiences around the world during the last 30 years.
In this latest Hindi bulletin: Optus hacker claims to have scrapped stolen data from telco's website; Government Services Minister Bill Shorten criticises Robodebt scheme as unlawful; Australian football players put their best skills on display for a chance to compete in World Cup and more.
Every year, Australia generates more than 76 million tonnes of waste, but only half of that waste is recycled. Leonardo Urbano is among those working to reduce the amount of waste sent to landfill.
Parliament has returned for its final sitting of the year, and a federal anti-corruption commission has taken centre stage. There is a lot riding on next month's federal budget with the fuel excise set to expire, further straining household budgets.
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