Author: zalam

Player Cloud: Empowering the player!

Millions of dollars are spent by professional clubs and state/national bodies to scout talent. Scouting remains largely unorganized where scouts rely on local leads and contacts with without systematic networking or database. There is a need for a global player database and talent scouting portal connecting the sports Eco System, players, clubs, coaches, fans and sports association bodies. Well, there is now a solution. Player cloud is an exciting new idea to connect players with coaches. They can showcase performance and move ahead with their passion. Player Cloud connects the entire sports ecosystem of players, clubs, scouts, coaches and sports...

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Wajib Ali: Aussie educationist wins election in India

Meet Wajib Ali, a 36-Year-old successful young businessman, a visionary educationist in Australia and the newly elected MLA in the state of Rajasthan, India. It is a rare sight in India that youngsters are equally dedicated to business and politics at the same time. India has seen several young politicians who run their businesses as well, but most of them are from well established political families. Wajib Ali is different. He completed his studies in India, went abroad for higher studies, set up his business currently running eight colleges and a school in Australia and returned home to succeed in...

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Showcasing Kerala Muslim culture in Multicultural India

The Australian Malayalee Islamic Association (AMIA) held a full-day event celebrating the culture of Kerala on Saturday 11 August 2018 at Old Government House in Parramatta as part of the National Trust’s exhibition “Tales from the East.” The Lonely Planet describes Kerala as South India’s ‘most beautiful state’, comprising 600 kilometres of glorious Arabian seacoast, glistening backwaters, and spice and tea-covered hills. It is home to famous backwaters, elegant houseboats, Ayurvedic treatments and delicately spiced, taste-bud-tingling cuisine, Kerala is also renowned for its fauna: wild elephants, exotic birds and the odd tiger. The event attended by almost 500 people...

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ICSOA event: Community dialogue on IT and Communication

Ed Husic MP, Shadow Minister of IT and Communication shared his views with Muslim IT professionals of Indian origin on Monday 27 August over dinner at Himalaya Restaurant, Granville. The event, attended by more than 30 professionals was organised by the Indian Crescent Society of Australia Inc led by ICSOA-IT subcommittee coordinator Syed Jafar, also included a lively Q&A session. The program was started with the recitation of Quran by Mr Moez Khan followed by Mr Abbas Raza Alvi, President of ICSOA acknowledging traditional owners of the land and presence of guests including representatives of community organisations. He gave a brief outline of ICSOA activities...

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