5th Youth Festival was organised by Children Cultural Group in Tung Chung Community Hall with cultural performances by children and adults.

Auckland's harbour became a multimedia stage in a massive light and sound show. The launch, which will at 9:10pm a six-minute show with original music and lighting effects. Auckland Harbour Bridge light up for the first time using 90,000 LED lights and 200 floodlights - all solar powered.

As usual 69th Republic Day of India was celebrated at the Consulate General of India in Hong Kong and Macau on 26 January 2018. Consul General Puneet Agrawal unfurled the national flag and read the excerpts of President's message to the nation and addressed the gathering of Indian community.

The 69th Republic Day of India was celebrated in Canberra, Australia, at India House on January 26, 2018. The flag hoisting ceremony was held at 0830 hrs which was followed by singing of the National Anthem.

On the Pongal Day, Tamil Cultural Association organised the annual children programme ‘Arumbugal’. There were more than 70 participants

From 13th January to 7th April, Radio Television Hong Kong is broadcasting the programme 'Holy Gita in Tamil' every Saturday from 8:30-9:00pm for 13 weeks. This is presented by Tamil residents living in Hong Kong.

Trincomalee Branch of Srilanka Red Cross Society former Chairman Dr.E.G.Gnanakunalan was honored by giving Special Award at the Annual General Meeting of the Srilanka Red Cross Society in Colombo. He served as Chairman & Secretary, since 1989 in the Trincomalee Branch.

Hong Kong Ayappa devotees joined together for the Ayappa Pooja. This year the pooja was special with the bhajan evening by Rajamani Bhagavadhar and his group. More than 200 people attended this pooja to get the blessings of Lord Swami Ayappan. Everyone wished to have a prosperous year to everyone.

Some of the PSG 1986 Batch students met to celebrate the New Year on 30th December in SeaSpace Resort near Silicon Valley, San Francisco USA. Everyone was happy to meet each other to greet 2018. It was a full day outing with 10km hiking on the seashore with nice lunch, evening snack and dinner.

Foundation laying ceremony for new accident and emergency unit 420 millions worth and Kidney unit 225 million worth took place on 17/12/2017 at General Hospital, Trincomalee. At 3.00pm.. This is the new mile stone in the history of GH Trincomalee..

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21 year old Indian Student wins the Prestigious Thiel Fellowship for

Aparna Krishnan, a student hailing from Chennai, is among 20 people chosen worldwide by the Thiel Foundation (USA) for the prestigious 2018 Thiel Fellowship.  The Fellowship program, which was launched in 2011, encourages very talented young people to pursue big ideas and start companies from early age.The Thiel Foundation is a private foundation created and funded by ...

July 08,2018  IST

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  • 21 year old Indian Student wins the Prestigious Thiel Fellowship for 2018
  • Shri. Sugunendra Theertha Swamiji’s visited Auckland
  • Toronto School Board declares “Hindu Heritage Month”
  • Donation of Multimedia projector and DVD player to the Hearing and Speech Impaired school
  • 5th Youth Festival in HongKong
  • Multimedia stage in a massive light and sound show in Auckland's harbour
  • Seminar to the “Sub- Ferility Couples”,
  • REPUBLIC DAY CELEBRATION IN HONGKONG

Hindu Temple and Cultural Center,

Temple History :The history of Hindu community in Nebraska dates back to the early 1970’s when engineers and their families immigrated from India to the Omaha area. These Hindu immigrants initially conducted the practices of their faith in their own homes. In the mid 1970’s, there was a second wave of immigrants from India to the Lincoln and Omaha area. A majority of these men and women were ...

October 26,2008  IST

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Sri Senpaga Vinayagar Temple

Sri Senpaga Vinayagar TempleThe Sri Senpaga Vinayagar Temple at Ceylon Road, which started in the mid-19th century, was re-built and consecrated in 2003. Some interesting features include the Rajagopuram entrance tower which features the Chola style of architecture. The Cholas were the greatest temple builders in the history of India. In the main hall is the temple’s most unique feature: four granite pillars with eight ...

June 09,2008  IST

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Nainativu Sri Nagapooshani Amman Kovil in

HISTORY : This temple is one of the few places of worship in the world that had withstood the vicissitudes of historical events that occurred around its location over some millennia in the past. Further, very probably, this is the most ancient of the places of worship in the whole of Sri Lanka. It was originally established some thousands of years ago by the Nagas (Serpent/Dragon race of people) who were a branch of a pre-historic, probably ...

June 06,2008  IST

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Sri Kandaswamy Kovil in

History :The Ceylon Tamils' main areas of origin are the Northern and Eastern Provinces of Sri Lanka. The chief area of settlement of the Tamils in Sri Lanka is the Jaffna Penisula with Jaffna as its metropolis. The Jaffna Penisula was under Portuguese rule from 1620 and later in 1685 it came under the domination of the Dutch. The British took over control of the Penisula in 1795. It was only from 1850 that the British began to develop Jaffna and ...

June 05,2008  IST

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Arputha Vinayagar Temple in

History : To retain the rich Hindu Tradition and to pass on the traditional values to the younger generation, the Hindu community living in Geneva felt that it was absolutely necessary to build a temple. Thus our present and the only Hindu Temple in Geneva came into existence in 1996 registered as a Hindu Association of Geneva. The temple is currently in a rented flat situated on the third floor . Efforts ...

June 05,2008  IST

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On August 25th SaRVAM BRAHMAMAYAM (Tamil Drama -

CAIFA and GC VEDIC, two non-profit organizations established in Chicago join together to present the life story of Jagathguru Sri Adi Sankara through Tamil Drama. This will be held on ...

July 10,2018  IST

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Thiruvalluvar Tamil Valarchik Kazhakam ,

History : Thiruvalluvar Tamil Valarchik Kazhakam had its humble beginnings in the mid 1900 as an informal gathering of the early Tamil migrants from the Karambakkudi Taluk in Tamil Nadu, comprising of some 40 odd small villages. They called themselves, 'Karambakkudi Thiruvalluvar Tamil Valarchik Kazhakam'. They assisted the early Tamil migrants to settle down and establish themselves in Singapore. They rented a premise in 103, Rowell Road and converted the 2 nd storey into a temporary boarding house. A Thirukkural book retrieved from this premise indicates that they had already set up a library prior to 1949. Apart from assisting the early Tamil migrants settle-down; they actively campaigned against alcoholism amongst its members. They ...

June 26,2012  IST

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December 11,2017  IST

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