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FREE Vol-3 ISSUE-9 September 2016 INDIAN M NTHLY MELBOURNE’S LOCAL INDIAN NEWSPAPER www.indianmonthly.com.au September 2016 / www.bollywoodsun.com India’s Youngest Entrepreneurs Euphoria 2016 Saanu Kee – Urban Comedy Stage Show Six murders by ‘Dr Death’ - cops find four bodies

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2 INDIAN MONTHLY | SEPTEMBER 2016 Publisher Yogita Bhardwaj 5/23, Lentini St, Hoppers Crossing, Victoria Ph. 0410869227, 0400988403 Email: avyosa@gmail.com | Website: www.avyosa.com.au Disclaimer: Any material supplied to Indian Monthly Newspaper is at the contributor’s risk. No responsibility will be taken by the Publisher. Opinions published in Indian Monthly Newspaper does not guarantee the authenticity of any advertisement or marketing feature and AVYOSA Pty Ltd. takes no responsibility of any such offence www.indianmonthly.com.au

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SEPTEMBER 2016 | INDIAN MONTHLY Euphoria 2016 Mandy Dance Academy 3 Mandy Dance Academy is the first ever Tamil Dance Academy in Melbourne portraying several forms of native folk dances originated from Tamil Nadu. They have made their place in the community since its inception. In order to mark their success, the founder Mandy Bose, came up with the idea of celebrating their dance academy’s success annually by involving those who contributed to their success along with the students and with all those people who contributed in making it successful and hence she named it Euphoria-an annual celebration. The event was held at Kingston City Hall, Moorabin, Victoria with a massive number of attendees. People from all over Melbourne came to witness the celebrations. Famous celebrities from Kollywood took part in this celebrations and performed well on the day like, very popular comedy king Erode Mahesh highlighted the show with his witty dialogues and the crowd went gaga on his hilarious sense of humour, he hosted the entire show highlighting few segments for the night. Renowned playback singer Krish also flew from India for Euphoria and did a live singing performance for the audience. Along with Krish, Nikhil Mathew sang super hit numbers too who was also one of the guest performer for the night. Dance master Sandy from India also increased the charm of Euphoria by showing his magical dance movements. www.indianmonthly.com.au

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4 INDIAN MONTHLY | SEPTEMBER 2016 Euphoria started with traditional lamp lighting process by special guest Cr. Steve Staikos, former Mayor and Councillor, Kingston City Council followed by Mandy Dance Academy’s super talented dancers who all showcased their talent by performing on multiple Bollywood and Tollywood dance tracks. There was also little dancers from the MDA dance troupe who stole our audience hearts with their absolute innocent performance on the stage. Euphoria also showcased and encouraged few local artists from the community who shared the stage with the renowned artists. The audience were completely engaged with all that MDA managed to put in the show. People were giggling, screaming in joy and whistling all over the event. The show turned out to be a complete entertainment. www.indianmonthly.com.au

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SEPTEMBER 2016 | INDIAN MONTHLY 5 Saanu Kee - Urban Comedy Stage Show A presentation by Avyosa Entertainment and V3events and entertainment They say “laughter is an instant vacation” and recently an auditorium full of people went on a vacation with the one of the most hilarious comedy nights ever happened for the Indian Punjabi community in Melbourne. Saanu Kee, witnessed a massive get together at the Susan Cory School auditorium, Hoppers Crossing, Victoria where the comedy stars from India performed urban stage comedy show. The organizers of the event got the best team of comedy artist from India, Mrs. Savita Bhatti, wife of comedy legend Late Jaspal Bhatti, along with Amit Tondon and Maheep Singh. The trio were at their best and made everyone laugh out loud till the time show came to an end. Audience were glued to the act and kept giggling throughout. It was quite evident that the artist knew well what the audience expect and they kept on delivering the same dose of entertainment. The auditorium felt each and every echo of giggles, whistles, claps and hooting. The event companies involved in delivering this super hit show, later took a live feedback from the audience and each and every person asked, replied that they couldn’t have got better dose of laughter. People went out of the auditorium thanking the event companies and placed a request of organizing more similar shows. www.indianmonthly.com.au

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6 INDIAN MONTHLY | SEPTEMBER 2016 www.indianmonthly.com.au

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SEPTEMBER 2016 | INDIAN MONTHLY 7 Six murders by ‘Dr Death’ - cops find four bodies Maharashtra Police recently found bodies of four of the six people murdered in cold blood by a self-confessed medico, Santosh Pol. Satara Superintendent of Police Sandip Patil, who rushed to Wai town with colleagues, said that following the shocking revelations by Pol, police dug his farmhouse premises and found the remains of four bodies at various locations. Charged with kidnapping and murdering an ‘aanganwadi worker’ Mangal Jedhe, Pol admitted to committing a total of six murders, including that of a man, after administering them lethal overdose of some medicines, earning him the sobriquet ‘Dr. Death’. The 41-year-old Pol’s associate, nurse Jyoti Mandre, has also been arrested. Both have been sent to police custody by a court. The case has stunned Maharashtra. “We are trying to find out where the fifth victim’s body was disposed off and also one victim whose body was thrown into a water reservoir,“ Patil told the media on the stunning developments in the case. Among the victims were an orphan woman, Salma Shaikh, who was missing from January this year. Another, Vanita Gaikwad, belonged to a jeweller’s family and went missing in July 2006. A majority of the victims either worked with him or came in contact as patients. Though Patil did not specify the exact motive behind the killings, initial investigation pointed to be cheating his victims of their gold and more. “We shall investigate all the missing persons’ cases in and around Wai since 2003, the hospitals where he worked, question other patients and employees, tackle all possible angles,” Patil asserted. Meanwhile, a police team was busy digging Pol’s sprawling farmhouse land for possibly more bodies. Patil said that skeletal remains found would be sent for forensic analysis to match them with the missing persons. Pol, described as an ‘ElectroHomoeopath’, practiced in some local hospitals and at his farmhouse, 13 km on the outskirts of the quaint Wai town, at the base of the twin hill stations of Mahabaleshwar-Panchgani, around 175 km south of Mumbai. The medico’s alleged crimes came to light after police began to probe the suspicious disappearance of 49-yearold Mangal Jedhe, President of the Maharashtra Purva Prathmik Shikshika Sevika Sangh (MPPSSS), on June 16. “She had left Wai for Pune to attend to her daughter’s delivery but never reached there,” said MPPSSS general secretary Shaukat Pathan. Wai police officer Padmakar Ghanvat said investigations revealed that prior to leaving for Pune, she was in touch with Pol and both had a bitter fight when she threatened to reveal his activities. Pol has confessed that he kidnapped Jedhe from the Wai Bus Depot and eliminated her the following day by administering an overdose of a lethal medicine www.indianmonthly.com.au

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8 INDIAN MONTHLY | SEPTEMBER 2016 India’s Youngest Entrepreneurs Let us give you all the and computers and its heyday Born in a small village in opportunity to know and blogs, wikis and forums. “I Odisha, Ritesh was already During the time when he read about the youngest started my careers building coding when he was merely was studying in his 10th entrepreneurs of India. Word Press, Drupal themes eight years old. grade, King Sidharth started Here’s the list for you all. for small business and web an online magazine called development agencies as a At 17 years he authored one Friendz, which is basically 1. Thilak Raj Rao freelancer consultant back in of the best-selling book titled “dedicated to and for the “The encyclopedia of Indian people who go “Oh God Engineering Colleges”. Why” at the way things are way too often, by people Same year he also became who once tried very hard to the youngest CEO in India be normal and then failed.” with his organization ‘Worth He then went on to be a growth partners’. serial entrepreneur while A year later, Ritesh founded struggling to balance college a rental company Oravel. life too. Which in a couple of years we would plan to evolve into He eventually have up his OYO Rooms. college. In his blogs he writes During one of his speech he about “entrepreneur fails” mentioned about “nurturing employees and cultivating They fail more than normal a culture where everyone people because they try believes in the company different and crazy things vision and passionate about that have never been done it”. before and in the end there is no failure if you had fun in it He is a drop out of college and started his own company Tech-Buzz when he was just High School. I was forever fascinated by the possibilities of the web. “Thikal said. 3. King Sidharth and you grew as a person.” 17 years old, in 2006. Tech- Buzz is a blog, focused on 2. Ritesh Aggarwal technology news, web 2.0 www.indianmonthly.com.au

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SEPTEMBER 2016 | INDIAN MONTHLY 9 4. Shravan and Sanjay Kumaran app (which is designed “to of the India’s most promising He is just in his twenties now pray god easily and quickly young entrepreneurs. and already has got three on your mobile devices.”) 6. Ankur Jain companies to his credit. He The two boys study in the 5. Farrhad Acidwalla 11th and 9 grade respectively and being nearly at the age of 15-17 years are surprisingly already the CEO’s of their company ‘Godimensions’ which has an annual turnover of 120 crores. They developed their first app at the age of 13 and 11 and have gone on to create tens of apps including a car racing game and a prayer He is a 22 year old Indian entrepreneur, investor and TEDx speaker. Farrhad’s company Rockstah media works with clients who are award winners, corporates and media personalities. Farrhad has been interviewed by several publications starting from the young age of 17 and has been hailed as one Coming from a background where his father is a successful serial entrepreneur himself, Ankur Jain was strongly inspired by his father before he founded Kairos, a peer to peer support group for other budding student entrepreneur. 7. Varun Aggarwal co-founded last Minute Films when he was studying engineering. His other companies are social media marketing firm Reticular and Alma Mater. Varun has been featured on the cover of India Today, The New York Times, India Ink and numerous other world famous magazines. www.indianmonthly.com.au

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10 INDIAN MONTHLY | SEPTEMBER 2016 The Dance of Hindu Gods – A Multimedia Exhibition Dance of the Hindu God’s is a multimedia art exhibition on the metaphysical association of the Hindu Gods with the traditional Indian dance, music, song and art forms. The exhibition focuses on the cultural association of the Hindu gods with art forms through the interpretation of three artists: Dr Vikrant Kishore - a filmmaker, Anindita Banerjee - a visual artist, and Nandita Nadkarni, a ceramic artist. The aim of the exhibition was to provide a glimpse of how art forms in Hinduism extend beyond religion, even though when being endorsed by gods; as creator of certain art forms, or as practitioners. The gods become a symbolic representation to celebrate and disseminate art and art forms. The exhibition not only focuses on Chhau, a traditional dance form of the east of India, but also brings in other Indian temple dance forms into its fold. www.indianmonthly.com.au

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SEPTEMBER 2016 | INDIAN MONTHLY 11 India has thousands of year old tradition of classical dances. It is undoubtedly a beautiful language of expression that was originally performed in the temples to pay respect to Gods and Goddesses. With time, classical dances have evolved to include the expressions and themes from social life and experiences. In an attempt to uphold the philosophy of classical dances and transcend all barriers of language and culture, Dr.Vikrant Kishore came up with an idea of showcasing how Australia based artists can blend the traditional art forms with modern interpretation through their creative work and understanding beyond the religious practices. The exhibition was launched by the General consulate of India, Ms.Meneka Jain. Wyndham city councilor Gautam Gupta gave out his full support towards the exhibition along with Cr. www.indianmonthly.com.au

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12 INDIAN MONTHLY | SEPTEMBER 2016 Satrangi A mega multicultural Event Satrangi – a festival of 7 colours painted the Clayton Hall in hues of bright, happy colours, splashing the richness of multi-culturalism on the canvas of each person’s mind who was a witness to this cultural extravaganza. This event created an exciting opportunity to meet amazingly talented people from different cultures from all around the world. Satrangi witnessed 132 performers from various cultures backgrounds. The event kicked off with the traditional lamp being lit followed by an array of Indian Classical Dances setting the perfect start with an invocatory beginning. We saw many brilliant performances in this year’s Satrangi event like, Sankat Mochan Samiti and Saritha’s dancers took us on a journey across India through their beautiful performances - Lavani, Gidda, Dandiya and a Kashmiri dance. While Doctor Diversity Group had the audience in grove with their African shakers, Lady Luck and the Kings ensured we were offered a slice of nostalgia with their evergreen country and rock numbers. The contemporary Lebanese band ‘The Indigo Apostles’ treated us with music for the soul. Satrangi saw a perfect blend of colours splashed by the young and old alike. While the winners of the Telstra Dance Competition 2015, Hiral and Hennesa were back with the bang, 4 year old little Tridevia stole the hearts of the viewers with her rendition of “Mere Dholna Sun”. As the young ones made their presence felt the young at heart also pulled a few stunts that left the audience mesmerized. The Pegasus Dance Company lead by Sotiris Sotiriou started off as a simple Greek dance and it eventually unfolded into a gripping stunt performance as the artistes balanced themselves on chairs. The Chinese Senior Association danced with grace and joy that left the audience www.indianmonthly.com.au

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SEPTEMBER 2016 | INDIAN MONTHLY 13 wondering what their secret is. Main Nachungi Dance Company ensured that the audience had their share of fun and dance through an interactive Bollywood dance which saw the Mayor of Manningham Council Mayor Jennifer Lang, and other councillors shake a leg. While dancers flashed colours on the stage of Satrangi 2016, Kunal Sachdeva, Sapna Sahota, Vikas Joshi, Sukhda Majumdar, Kehav Ram, and Nawal Moudgil let the mind do the colouring through their scintillating voices. SIMDA’S events are never complete without a befitting tribute to the late Director Yash Raj. And this was perfectly crafted through a fashion show, which saw models walk to the tunes for Yash Raj ji’s movies. The show was choreographed by Mrs Asia International 2015 – Debasree Mall who added to the glamour quotient of Satrangi 2016. The Cultural display continued with lovely little Indonesian dancers in their traditional attire, and adding to the icing on the cake, an alluring Mauritian dance by Fiesta Kreol transported us into the exotic Island of Mauritius. Sofia Zumbera’s Latin dance was the perfect finale that saw co-host of the evening Mr. Nisan Naidoo letting loose with the dancers. The Satrangi 7 Colors Film Festival 2016 came to a close on 28 May at a swanky culturally-enriched ceremony at the RMIT Bldg 80 in Melbourne, with more than a dozen guest speakers, special guests, media personalities, political representatives and film and television personalities in attendance. The theme of the event was to showcase the “Significance of Cultural Diversity in Media and Identity issues” in Australia and it came through effectively in the film screenings, workshops and conferences that were organised (www.skga.org.auwww.nmfi.com.au for more details). The aim behind Satrangi, a festival of performing and creative arts from various cultures, is to discuss Australian media related history, the present and past, but most importantly find solutions to support the Australian and Victorian Government initiatives to promote multiculturalism, with community involvement and participation at all levels. During closing day on 28th May, The theme “Significance of Cultural Diversity in Media and Identity issues” in Australia. was gracefully conducted by MC Nesan Naidoo and Nawal Moudgil with various guest speakers, who included MP Dee Ryall, VMC Youth Commissioner Tina Hosseini, John Cumming, Dr. Vikrant Kishore, Molina Asthana, Dor Aschna, Cory Corbett, Shan Gupta, Moti Visa, Jitarth Bharadwaj and Michael Grozdanovic. Satrangi Film Festival organised by Nawal Moudgil and his efficient team, was a perfect composition of the Multicultural society that Victoria is. As the curtains fell, the colours painted through Satrangi remains, spreading the fragrance of a beautifully diverse Melbourne! Please visit www.skga.org.au for more info www.indianmonthly.com.au

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14 INDIAN MONTHLY | SEPTEMBER 2016 Harmful Fashion Trends High Heels As per the research, stilettos slowly alter the structure of our There are so many variations in Vanity contacts today- they’re However, it is unadvisable to use a prescription from a doctor before using contacts as there are times when contacts can be extremely harmful to your eyes. Toxic Makeup, skin and hair care Products Ladies take high heels as number one fashion statement ignoring the harmful effects that it imposes to the body. leg muscle and tendons. Better to go with sensible heeled shoes and flats. The higher the heels the more of your weight is placed on the balls Colour Contactof your feet, which means more Lensesharm to your feet, ankle and spine. Your mind can be blown away when you pay attention to how many chemicals we slather onto our skin and hair in a day. It’s quite scary to think about the fact that many cancer-causing toxins are sleeping into our pores regularly. We strongly suggest to please research before buying cosmetics and please don’t hesitate to buy more expensive products if there are natural or organic, available in a vast range of colors only because we think your skin as well as ‘vampire’, ‘wolf’ and deserves better! ‘angel’ contacts. www.indianmonthly.com.au

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SEPTEMBER 2016 | INDIAN MONTHLY Skinny Jeans 15 simply means that you are risking lowered blood circulation, breathing problems and skin ailments Toe- Shortening Procedures wear stylish, pointy-toed shoes are opting to shorten their toes in order to fit into them. Studies have not yet delved into what the potential consequences of this surgical procedure are, but the one shudders to think of too deeply in that direction Wearing tight and uncomfortable clothing is very harmful for your as it restricts blow flow. In men, skinny jeans can lead to testicular torsion which can even lead to the loss of the testicle. The Corset Corsets are all the rage all over again, thanks to Kim Kardashian. Even those who do not fancy wearing thses tight cinching apperals are picking up the body shapers like Spanx and other tightening underwear in hopes of getting shapely figure. Wearing tight shape corsets In some darker versions of the Cinderella, her step sister actually cut off some of their toes so that they can fit into the glass shoe and thus marry the prince. Unbelievably, this morbid fairy tale fashion trend is catching up now a days so much amongst women that they are opting to shorten their toes in order to Flip Flops Super-duper flat flip flops are very in right now, especially among the college crowd…But guess whar, flips does have a harmful effect too, as they offer no support and can lead to plantar fasciitis and nerve problems in the feet. www.indianmonthly.com.au

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