As we witness the power shift from the West to the East, Indian leaders from all fields, including science, media, politics, business and the arts, are being brought into dialogue to explore what kind of power India will bring to the world. Can Indian leaders re-emerge sustainable power, 'soft power', the power of awareness, ethics and culture? Is it time we talked openly and honestly about power?
The latest volume of the 'Fearless Nadia' papers, written by Ratna Gosh from McGill University in Montréal, Canada compares multiculturalism in three democratic countries with diverse ethno-cultural populations: Australia, Canada and India.
MELBOURNE: Assering that Indian youths were intensely concerned about corruption and everyday issues a top academician has said young minds in India were not being effectively used by political parties of NGOs
MELBOURNE: A first-of-its-kind exhibition showcasing 19 new and original artworks of famous artists from India and Australia has been launched here to revitalise cultural linkages between the two countries.