Bharat Times was founded in 1997 to coincide with Golden Jubilee celebrations of India's Independence, giving the Indian Australian population a genuine platform to express their views and thereby making their contribution to the mainstream Australian society.
Since then, BT has been serving the needs of all Indians and Indian Australians who have chosen to adopt Australia as their home or place of short (temporary) stay, voicing their concerns to echo in respective State and Federal Parliaments.
Led by the founding editor Dinesh Malhotra, we have a team of committed writers and journalists who have been tirelessly contributing for more than a decade to provide that platform and a publication which is food for thought.
BT stories have been used as source of information by various mainstream media channels such as Channel Seven, AAP (Australian Associated Press), The Age, Herald Sun and many others. For the last ten plus years, we have covered a vital mix of local, national and international issues important to and close to the heart of Indians and Australians every month.
We have kept our commitment of maintaining a serious focus on 'service' which makes BT a real monthly and 'not just substance between advertisements' as a journalist from the mainstream print media very aptly described.
Today, we pride ourselves being the FIRST Australian Indian publication Down Under complete with its body, soul and mind - providing a voice and direction which is uniquely significant to the community we serve.
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