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Indian news in Australia

Indian news in Australia is an integral part of Indian in Australia living. Whether its politics, sports, community Indian in Australia are quite informed about what’s going on in India and well as in Australia. Indian in Australia love their news and love to share it on social network specially Facebook. Indian news in Australia spreads like fire over social channels and everyone seems to have an opinion in it, which shows the level of engagement Indian in Australia have. Although at times they tend to go over board and start speculating on things most of times Indian in Australia are retrospective.

Various channels provide a monthly synopsis of what’s happening in the community through print and online media. It’s a mechanism where customers have options to read Indian news in Australia on the go whether you are visiting an Indian grocery store or while commuting to work in public transport.

Over the years, highlights of Indian news in Australia has made to the mainstream newspaper and media too due its popularity. The extent and impact of these news feeds is huge and show Indian communities togetherness to topics close to their heart. The recent example of the news was the ‘Long term visa petition for parents’ which ended up going to the political level where as politicians had make changes to appease the community.

So overall Indian news in Australia is important and as long as the community assimilates it in the right way there is a lot of opportunity to make it better. Things go peer shaped when unnecessary speculation is created due to the community leader’s perception of the news and generally community following it.

There is a fair way to go before Indian news in Australia is mature enough to take community engagement to the next level, where it creates a ‘One Indian community in Australia’

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