Today Prime Minister Scott Morrison announced the immediate halt to all inbound passenger flights to Australia from India
A cookbook and travelogue, highlighting the various regions of India.
A gender-bending mashup of ballet and Indian dance styles with a queer bent.
A short recipe book focussing on Bengali Hindu cooking, making a distinction from the usual Indian fare found in other cookbooks and restaurants.
A cast of characters caught up in the tide of history as Pakistan is formed, creating a tide of religious and social turmoil across India.
Adelaide Oval will host next summer’s first men’s Test against India and be the venue for two one-day internationals next season.
A look at the railway history, exploring the economic and social impact of the Indian and Pakistani railways in the sub-continent.
The true story of Saroo Brierley, who was adopted by Australian parents as a child and returns to India as an adult to find his birth family.
The extraordinary biographical film, Lion, opens in cinemas today, and we caught up with Saroo & his mum for a chat about the film, their life, and what it's like seeing themselves depicted on screen.
The Cook family & their little Jack Russell Terrier, Kim, travel through India on the school holidays, finding wonder and adventure as they explore the country.
In 1935, three years after the first season, Aafrin returns to Simla as a member of the resistance during the dying days of the British Empire's rule over India.
Based on a true event, an 18 year old girl who finds herself caught in the terrorist attack on the Taj Mahal hotel on the night of 26 November 2008.
Two young boys living in the slums of South India become obsessed with tasting their first slice of pizza when a pizza shop opens up nearby.
An Indian village dreams of a better life from the letters received by one of their own who migrated to America but years later, his brother discovers the truth.
Australia may be co-hosting the Cricket World Cup, but Adelaide is about to stage its own international cricket tournament, to celebrate cultural diversity.
This well known Adelaide bar have have incorporated their 'Burger and Booze' bar identity with a breakfast twist.
The first piece, Uncharted Seas, is rooted in the traditional Kathak style of dance from Northern India, while the second, Timeless, is a contemporary work that uses Kathak as its basis, but explores new, expanded techniques and ideas.