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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.
In this latest Hindi bulletin: Far-right wing leader Giorgia Meloni on track to become Italy's first female prime minister; Paralympian Kurt Fearnley appointed as chairman of the board of the National Disability Insurance Agency; In sport, India beats Australia by six wickets in the third and final T-20 and more.
Listen to the latest SBS Hindi news from India. 26/09/2022
A curry festival was organised at Sydney’s Harris Park to boost business for Indian restaurants and retailers that suffered during the COVID pandemic. SBS Hindi speaks to local leaders, business owners and those who attended the festivities.
In this latest Hindi bulletin: A fiery political policy exchange in the lead up to the end of the temporary fuel excise cut; The federal government confirms it is to receive an interim report into Australia's defence capabilities in November; Australians with asthma warned to prepare for spring and summer peak thunderstorm season and more news.
In this latest Hindi bulletin: Optus customers warned to watch for suspicious activity after a security breach on personal data; Another deadly mosque blast claims lives in Kabul; Gelong Cats and Sydney Swans in AFL Final and more news.
Two desi/Aussie comedians performed taking the audience to a roller coaster journey of Indian immigrants in 'Tu NRI Banega' - a Hindi gig at the Sydney Fringe Festival this year. It is claimed as Australia’s first Hindi comedy show for the NRIs by the NRIs. Listen to this podcast to know about these young IT professionals who practice this art form to add laughter and nostalgia painting a picture of everyday struggles.
It's a disease that kills almost as many Australian children as cancer, yet some advocates say childhood dementia is a lesser known health issue. As part of Dementia Action Week [[19 – 25 September 2022]], a national initiative is hoping to raise awareness of the condition, which currently affects some 700,000 children globally.
In this latest Hindi bulletin: Australia's Foreign Minister renews calls for China to de-escalate its presence in Taiwan; 'Human error' being investigated as a possible cause behind the Optus cyber-attack; Thousands of fans gather in Melbourne ahead of the A-F-L Grand Final and more news.
In this bulletin: A cyber-attack hits phone and internet provider Optus; The Queen's memorial service meets with protests from Indigenous groups and anti-monarchists; And in sport, Hawthorn's Chris Fagan denies any wrongdoing in the A-F-L's racism scandal and more.
In this bulletin: Brisbane Lions coach Chris Fagan leaves his post after claims of racism; Tiwi Islander wins landmark case about major gas project in north-west of Darwin; Socceroos prepare to play against All Whites for the first time since 2011 and more.
Listen to this latest SBS Hindi report from India. 21/09/2022
In this bulletin: Labor warns people not to expect anything spectacular from their government's first federal budget; Treasurer Jim Chalmers promises to soften the blow when petrol prices rise next week; In sports, the Indian Women's cricket team beats England by seven wickets in the first ODI and more.
भारत के छत्तीसगढ़ राज्य में एक गाँव है जिसका नाम है तुलसी। इस गाँव की आबादी है लगभग 4000 लेकिन इस गाँव की लगभग एक चौथाई आबादी यूट्यूब पर वीडियो बनाती है और इसी के चलते इस गाँव में बहुत से यूट्यूब चैनल हैं।
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