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Sivakarthikeyan’s Kaaki Sattai – Tamil Movie Screening in Melbourne, Sydney, Perth, Adelaide and Brisbane


Kaakki Sattai is an Tamil action masala film directed by R. S. Durai Senthilkumar and produced by Dhanush, collaborating for a second venture after Ethir Neechal. Sivakarthikeyan’s Plays a lead role.


Cinema : Event Cinema Burwood, Glendale and Parramatta

Date : 27 Feb 2015 to 04 Mar 2015

Buy Ticket herehttp://www.eventcinemas.com.au/



Cinema : Village Cinema Know , Sunshine

Date : 27 Feb 2015 to 04 Mar 2015

Buy Ticket here : http://villagecinemas.com.au/



Cinema : Event Cinema Innaloo

Date : 27 Feb 2015 to 04 Mar 2015

Buy Ticket here : http://www.eventcinemas.com.au/



Cinema : Event Cinema Garden City Mt Gravatt

Date : 27 Feb 2015 to 01 Mar 2015

Buy Ticket here : http://www.eventcinemas.com.au/



February 27, 2015 |

‘I’ Movie Releasing in Hoyts Melbourne, Sydney Australia 15th January


Language :  Tamil / Telugu with English Subtitles

Release Date: 15 January 2015

Starring : Vikram, Amy Jackson, Suresh Gopi, Upen Patel, Santhanam and Ramkumar Ganesan

Director : Shankar

Production company : Aascar Film Pvt. Ltd


I is an upcoming Indian Tamil science fiction romantic thriller film produced and distributed by V. Ravichandran under his production company, Aascar Films. The film was scripted and directed by Shankar and features Vikram and Amy Jackson leading an ensemble cast which include Suresh Gopi, Upen Patel, Santhanam and Ramkumar Ganesan portraying pivotal roles. The soundtrack album and background score was composed by A. R. Rahman. Production design was handled by T. Muthuraj. P. C. Sreeram was the film’s cinematographer and editing was done by Anthony.  Movie is scheduled to Release in Melbourne, Sydney and Queensland  Australia on 15th January 2015

Theater / Release Location : 

I Movie Screening Location Australia


January 13, 2015 |

Lingaa – Tamil Movie Screening day and time in Australia ( Melbourne, Sydney, Perth, Brisbane and Adelaide )

Linga Movie Melbourne

Linga Movie MelbourneLingaa is an upcoming Tamil action drama film being directed by K. S. Ravikumar, who also scripted the film in collaboration with the film’s dialogue writer, Pon Kumaran. The film stars Rajinikanth plays dual role, Jagapati Babu, Anushka Shetty and Sonakshi Sinha in the lead roles. Music is being composed by A. R. Rahman while cinematography is being headed by R. Rathnavelu

visit: https://www.aussiebusiness.directory/indian-events/category/movies/ for upto date information

Note: The screening venue, date and session times are subject to last minute changes. Please check respective cinemas website for more updates.


Vaaj Groups presents much anticipated blockbuster film LINGAA starring super star rajinikanth, anushka, Santhanam and sonakshi Sinha. Direction from award winning director K.S. Ravikumar and music composition by A.R. Rahman

Reading Cinema Dandenong:
Friday 12 December 6pm & 9pm
Saturday 13 December 3pm 6pm & 9pm
Sunday 14 December 3pm 6pm & 9pm
Reading Cinema Epping:
Friday 12 December 6pm & 9pm
Saturday 13 December 6pm & 9pm
Sunday 14 December 3pm & 6pm
Astor Cinema: 1 Chapal Street, St Kilda
Friday 12 December 4pm & 10:15pm
Saturday 13 December 2:30pm
China Town Cinemas: 200 Bourke Street, Melbourne
Monday 15 December 7pm
Tuesday 16 December 8pm
Saturday 20 December 8pm
To avoid disappointment book tickets at www.trybooking.com/
For more information contact 0413 545 676


12th Dec Friday @ 9:00 pm
13th Dec Saturday @ 9:00pm
14th Dec Sunday @ 6:00pm
Contact: 0431886066

12th Dec Friday 8:50 PM
13th Dec Saturday 5:30 PM | 8:50 PM
14th Dec Sunday 5:30 PM | 8:50 PM


Please contact 
Rajesh Yarlagadda

December 3, 2014 |

CBD and Docklands tram stops to go free and green from 1 January

Free Tram
  • Free Tram Zone stops to get new green signag
  • Ride for free in the CBD – no need to pay if travelling within the Zone from 1 Jan
  • More trains and trams for the AFL Grand Final
The world’s biggest tram network will go free and green in the heart of  Melbourne from 1 January 2015, with a striking new look for the Free Tram Zone unveiled today.
More than 70 tram stops in Melbourne’s CBD and Docklands will have bright  green signage to let passengers know when they are in the new Free Tram Zone.
The Premier Denis Napthine and Minister for Public Transport Terry Mulder  took a sneak peak of the signage at a stop in Elizabeth Street today.
Premier Napthine also announced that more than 30 extra metro train  services and around 300 extra tram services would operate for the AFL Grand Final.
“From 1 January, travel will be free for people using trams within the Free Tram Zone, which will be great for families, students and tourists to Melbourne,” Dr Napthine said.

“Vibrant signage will catch the eye, providing an instant reminder to  passengers that they are in the zone and don’t need to touch on their  myki. In fact, you won’t  even need a myki if only travelling within the Free Zone.

“This is an historic initiative in the history of Melbourne’s public  transport that will further cement Melbourne’s place as the world’s most liveable and friendly city.”

Dr Napthine said that PTV will boost public transport to get footy fans to the AFL Grand Final with ease.

“The AFL is one of the reasons why Melbourne is the sporting capital of  Australia and we are providing more public transport services to provide the best way for  fans to get to the ‘G’ and take the hassle out of driving,” Dr Napthine said.

The new Free Tram Zone follows the traditional CBD grid and stretches from Flinders Street to Victoria Street, and from Spring Street to the vibrant new Docklands precinct in the south.

Dr Napthine said train, tram and bus commuters would also make big savings from 1 January by being able to travel across Zones 1 and 2 for the price of a Zone 1 fare.

“A commuter who pays for a daily Zone 1+2 ticket will save about $1,200 a  year and annual myki pass holders will save $750. Travel entirely within  zone 2 will also be maintained at the cheaper fare,” Dr Napthine said.

“People will be able to travel much of the city without a ticket and visit some of our best landmarks such as the Queen Victoria Market and  Federation Square.”

Dr Napthine said most major attractions are either within the Free Tram  Zone or a short walk away.

“Walking is a great way to explore any city and major attractions such as  Melbourne Museum, Southbank and the National Gallery are a short walking distance from the Free Tram Zone.
“Free city tram travel is a major benefit for visitors and enables them to discover all that Melbourne city has to offer by public transport, but at no cost,” Dr Napthine said.

Minister for Public Transport, Terry Mulder said commuters in the Free Tram Zone only needed to touch on if travelling beyond the Free Zone.

“Tram stops near the border of the Free Tram Zone will have signage to  indicate where the zone ends to remind people to touch on if they haven’t already done so,” Mr Mulder said.

“Drivers will also announce when trams are about to leave the Free Zone.

“The Government’s affordable public transport package will benefit both commuters in the outer suburbs and also people living close to the city  who want to use public transport to travel across the breadth of Melbourne,” Mr Mulder said.

Mr Mulder said the Government was continuing to invest in building a better, safer and more affordable tram network.

“The Coalition Government is rolling out 50 new E-Class trams, boosting  power supply for these and other higher capacity trams, and building more  accessible tram  stops,” Mr Mulder said.

“Almost $20 million of tram works are underway including raising the  height of the tram stop in the Bourke Street Mall, one of three such  upgrades in the CBD alone.

“More affordable public transport and an ongoing investment in new trains  and trams is on top of the Coalition Government delivering an extra 10,000  train, tram and  bus services each week since coming to office,” Mr Mulder said.

PTV and Yarra Trams are gearing up over the next few months to train  hundreds of drivers and customer staff, as well as prepare a public  information campaign and  install the new signage to enable the smooth  introduction of the change.

For details of extra public transport to the Grand Final visit  ptv.vic.gov.au or call 1800 800 007 (6am-midnight daily).

Media contacts:
Mark Lee  : 0408 547 381 (Premier)
Jess Maguire : 0409 600 987  (Minister Mulder)

October 27, 2014 |


Indian News in Australia
Minister for Multicultural Affairs, Matthew Guy has announced a $400,000 grant to assist the construction of the $2.7 million multi-purpose hall at Gurdwara Sri Guru Granth Sahib Keysborough.
Visiting the Keysborough Gurdwara on Sunday 14thSeptember, Minister Guy made the commitment which would provide lasting benefits for the local Sikh community.

Minister Guy addressed the congregation with the Sikh greeting (“WaheguruJiKaKhalsaWaheguruJi Ki Fateh!”) and declared that he would help the Gurdwara with any future projects.

The Multipurpose hall will be used for promoting cultural programs and specific activities for women, elders, youth  and special need members of the community.  The hall will also be used to provide the free meals “LANGER” program from 7am to 9pm.

Minister Guy was accompanied by Mrs Inga Peulich MLC (State Member for South Eastern Metropolitan Region),Dr Ali Khan (Liberal Candidate for South Eastern Metropolitan Region), Cr Geoff Ablett (Liberal Candidate for Cranbourne), Cr Susan Serey (Liberal Candidate for Narre Warren South), Gandhi Bevinakoppa (Liberal Candidate for Clarinda), Adrianne Fleming (Liberal Candidate for Keysborough), Robert Davis (Liberal Candidate for Mulgrave), Joanna Palatsides (Liberal Candidate for Dandenong) and Amanda Stapledon (Liberal Candidate for Narre Warren North).

Phulwinder Singh (Liberal Candidate for Yuroke) and AmandeepRosha (Liberal Candidate for xxx) both from the Sikh community in metropolitan Melbourne also attended the Sunday programme.

The guests were received by Gursharn Singh, President, Manjit Singh, Secretary, Enderjit Bahia, Treasurer, and other committee members including MC Harman Singh who publicly thanked Minister Guy for the grant.

Dr Ali Khan and Enderjit Bahia made a presentation regarding Sikh religion and their visions of the Gurdwara, which include the multi-purpose hall, kitchen, community hall and the library.

Throughout the day the Liberal candidates maintained a friendly atmosphere and had langarsitting on the floor, as per Sikh tradition, with the local Sikhs.

October 26, 2014 |

Move over MSG, Modi to address three gatherings in Australia


After Madison Square Garden in New York, it will be the historic Melbourne Cricket Grounds

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will outdo his multi-event programme in the U.S. when he visits Australia next month for a four-day, four-city visit where he will address not one but three big gatherings.

Sources told The Hindu, after Madison Square Garden (MSG) in New York, it will be the historic Melbourne Cricket Grounds (MCG) that will see an official reception; the Allphones Arena of the Sydney Olympic Park, which will see an Indian community event for him.

Mr. Modi will address the joint session of Australian Parliament in Canberra, which will also hear British Prime Minister David Cameron and Chinese President Xi Jinping.

Taking a cue from Mr. Modi’s desire to visit cities other than the capital, the Australian government is splitting up its official welcome to the Prime Minister. Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott will host Mr. Modi at the G-20 summit in Brisbane, the bilateral in Canberra, and at a gala dinner at the Melbourne Cricket Grounds for about 500 special invitees.

There are many common threads to Mr. Modi’s visit to Australia and to previous bilaterals in Japan and the U.S.

Bharatiya Janata Party general secretary Ram Madhav, who was responsible for liaising with the Indian community in New York to organise the Madison Square Garden event, is currently in Australia, seeing to the details.

Meanwhile, a specially formed Indo-Australian Community Foundation has already begun to register people to fill up the Sydney superdome as the arena is known, that has a capacity of 21,000. That’s bigger than the New York crowd of 18,000, even though the Indian-Australian population is a fraction of the Indian-American community.

His speech to the group is expected to focus on economic opportunities for India and Australia and a pitch to his domestic audience much like the speeches in New York and Tokyo were.

Mr. Modi’s visit to Australia is the first by an Indian Prime Minister since 1986, and the first address to Parliament.

October 26, 2014 |

Indian hockey squad for Australia tour announced


Almost the entire Indian men’s hockey team that bagged gold at the Incheon Asian Games has been retained for the tour of Australia next month. The 10-day tour, from October 30-November 10, is part of India’s preparations for the upcoming Champions Trophy, to be hosted in Bhubaneswar from December 6-14.

The Indian squad, announced by Hockey India on Thursday, would be led by Sardar Singh and includes 15 of the 16 members at the Asiad. Only Chinglensana Singh has been omitted. Young drag-flicker Gurjinder Singh has been included in the squad along with defender Harbir Singh and striker Lalit Upadhyay.

India would play four matches against the Australian national side at Perth and one against the Australian ‘A’ team

The squadGoalkeepers: P.R. Sreejesh, Harjot Singh; defenders: Gurbaj Singh, Rupinder Pal Singh, V.R. Raghunath, Birendra Lakra, Kothajit Singh Khadangbam, Gurjinder Singh, Harbir Singh Sandhu; midfielders: Manpreet Singh, S.K. Uthappa, Sardar Singh, Dharamvir Singh, Danish Mujtaba, Satbir Singh; forwards: Nikkin Thimmaiah, S.V. Sunil, Mandeep Singh, Akashdeep Singh, Ramandeep Singh, Lalit Upadhyay.


Source : http://www.thehindu.com/sport/hockey/indian-hockey-squad-for-australia-tour-announced/article6531692.ece




October 26, 2014 |

How to Build a Successful Online Business


Do you want to buonline businessild a successful business online?

I bet you do. Now that I have your attention, what is the first and most important step that will help you achieve that?

It’s important to know your audience and to build an awesome website that is fast and secure. It’s also important to have a social media presence and to write engaging articles.

But all of these come after you set up your business objectives and goals.

Setting up your business objectives and goals is the first and most important step towards your success online. Without them, you might as well not start it at all.



Set up goals for your website

Like business goals, you also need to have goals for your website.

Whether they are simple goals like attracting readers and engaging visitors, or bigger goals, like increasing conversion rate, you need to have them on paper.

Then, once you are aware of what you want to achieve with your website, it’s time to start measuring those goals.

The simplest way to do this is by using Google Analytics. Google Analytics helps you not only see stats about your visitors, but also lets you create and measure your website goals and objectives.

Getting started

If you are just getting started with Google Analytics, you may want to read more about  revamping your communications, or get a handle on the basics of Google Analytics.

But, you likely already have a Google Analytics account, so let’s just dive in to creating the first goals for your website.

For starters, I would recommend you measure:

Engaged visitors: visitors who stay on your website longer than the average

Readers: visitors who read more pages on your website that the average

subscribers: visitors who sign up for your newsletters or likes your networking page

Customers: visitors who purchase a product

Ad performance: clicks on ads to see which one is performing best, and who sent the traffic that clicks on your ads.


Before diving into each of these stats, let’s see how you can create a Google Analytics goal.

Log into Google Analytics and from your Account Home select the website for which you want to set up goals.

On the next screen you should see the Visitors Overview—this is a good opportunity to check your Pages/Visit and Avg. Visit Duration stats. You will use them later.

For further insight click here

October 1, 2013 |

Internet marketing: The basics of blogging for business


Blogs make it easy for soloists to create dynamic websites with little technical skill. Blogging is one of the best communication tools to “talk” to your potential customers and build relationships. Here are the basics of blogging for business.

Basics of Blogging

The term blog is derived from “weblog” otherwise known as web diary. Business blogs or personal blogs are generally operated by one individual and clearly branded with the personality of the author, often with their photo prominently displayed.

Blogs contain articles that are called posts, which are categorised and typically listed in chronological order.

While blogging may have started with online diaries, nowadays there are blogs on any topic imaginable. Some command attention from the mainstream media, allowing any person anywhere to establish a following as a writer.

For our purposes we are interested in blogging for business and blogging for marketing. In my opinion no independent professional or small business should be without a blog.


Blogs are not technical!

In fact, their simplicity has contributed to their success. If you know how to use email and surf the web then you can learn how to blog in a matter of hours. You write an article in a web form the same way you would type an email, choose which category the article should be in, click publish and your article goes live on your blog.

There is of course a lot more to it, but essentially that process forms the basics of why blogging is a really easy method for the average web surfer to publish content online.

Building relationships

As we’ve discussed, relationship building with potential customers is very important. When a customer establishes trust with you they are more likely to buy something from your business.

A blog is the perfect conduit for establishing trust and is the ideal online communications tool for an independent professional to reach their audience online. It’s easy enough for a non-technical individual to make use of and the benefits can be significant at very low cost. That formula has seen an explosion of blog usage with www.blogherald.com estimating 70 million blogs in existence as at July 2005.

What content do you publish to a blog?

Today you can publish virtually anything on your blog, including audio, video and software, but the basic foundation is the written word and that’s where you should start.

Once you know your target market, produce content that meets their interests and provides a sample of what you do.

You should demonstrate your skills and provide value to your potential customers by teaching or giving away a part of what you offer, a tempting sample of what your full service or product can do.

This could be as simple as the first chapter of your book, a limited use version of your software, a collection of articles discussing hot topics in your industry, a short course teaching the basics of your full seminar series or just advice directly from you.

The options are truly limitless, but the important considerations for small business blogging are to keep on topic, stay relevant, provide value and target your audience. This target audience is where your customers will come from, so if you intend to make sales make sure you discuss topics relevant to your industry.

Blogging example

Let’s stick with our Sydney plumber example. If our plumber created a blog to help attract customers, he could write lots of how-to articles on topics such as;

  • How to fix a toilet;
  • How to seal a bathtub;
  • New technologies in the plumbing industry;
  • How to fix a leaking tap;
  • Where to buy cheap plumbing supplies in Sydney.

Now you might argue that the plumber is giving away all of his best secrets. This is exactly the right thing to do. Most people that read the articles won’t go and fix their toilet themselves, all they want to know is that they are hiring someone who knows what they are talking about. The better the quality of the articles, the more convinced they will be of the value of the plumber. These topics promote the expertise and credibility of the plumber.

Blog search engine marketing

Another fantastic benefit of blogs is that straight away they are very well optimised for search engines. As long as you write good content your blog will present it for you in a well optimised format. There is of course a lot more you can do to further enhance your blogs performance in search engines but you will be off to a great start if you choose good blog software. I use and recommend WordPress – www.wordpress.org, which is completely free.

Why is blogging taking off?

Blogs foster great content and collaboration and are built to communicate with other blogs. No doubt you will find yourself (virtually) meeting fellow bloggers. Not only will you form relationships with your customers but you will also meet people working in your industry, opening up opportunities for joint ventures, cross promotions, business collaboration and even friendships.

The real power in blogging comes from leveraging the blog network (called the blogosphere) to reach hundreds and even thousands of people. One popular article can be linked to by hundreds of other blogs filtering your name and blog around the web like a virus. You couldn’t buy viral marketing of this magnitude, which penetrates so far so quickly at no cost, in the real world. If you blog consistently it can happen on a regular basis.

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October 1, 2013 |
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