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It's not surprising Indian-Australians feel singled out. They have long been subjected to racism

By Sukhmani Khorana, Senior Research Fellow, Western Sydney University
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Indians are now the second-largest group of overseas-born migrants in Australia. Yet, despite their increasing numbers and growing political voice, their concerns are still not being heard.

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