“The Elephant Girl” by Chittaranjan Pathak

Mr Chitta Ranjan’s debut novel “The Elephant Girl” was launched on Jan 14th in Perth.

A book full of mystery and charm with a plot from 1930’s British India time set up in NorthEast India.

Mr Chitta Ranjan (Pathak) is a very active member of the Indian community in WA.

We are proud of you Mr Chitta Ranjan and our heartiest congratulations to him.

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Student Connect 2 – at the University of WA

The Student Wing of Indian Society of Western Australia (ISWA) invites all students of Indian origin in WA across all universities and colleges to join us for a Free networking & meet-up session – Student Connect and Covid Assistance.

Register yourself to ISWA’s Student Wing using the link: https://iswa-perth.org/student-rego/. If you have registered earlier, you do not have to register again. Student benefits will only be available to those who’ve registered.

On 15th August, 2020, Hon Minister Paul Papalia presented a check of $188,000 to ISWA for extending the support to Indian students during COVID19 time. This event, among other agenda items, will explain the procedures, and selection criteria for disbursing this relief fund to the students. The tentative agenda is outlined below:

1. ISWA Covid19 Relief fund disbursement – procedure and selection criteria

2. Registering interest / application from students seeking help from this relief fund, at the venue.

3. Know more about ISWA’s Mentoring program focusing on the Indian diaspora to identify, develop, connect, integrate, and help excel Indian students in Western Australian industry / market.

. Various other upcoming initiatives of ISWA Student Wing

This is a free entry event.Due to Covid restrictions, entry will be strictly based on registration to ISWA’s Student Wing.

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Diwali Mela 2020 – Festival of India

Diwali Mela 2020 – Festival of India, the biggest multicultural festival of Indian diaspora in WA on 7th and 8th November 2020 at the Claremont Showground.

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