Madhavi-Priya joins 3 other Indians in the elite rank with 99.95 VCE score

Of 49,765 students in VCE 2016, only 35 emerged with a perfect 99.95 score, 4 proud Indian-origin students among this top 0.05 per cent students in Australia.

While maintaining their extra curricular hobbies, all of the high academic achievers noted 'drive' as the road to success, writes Ramakrishna VenuGopal.


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Abbot Point is surrounded by wetlands and the coral reef

Adani’s Australian Mine at loggerheads with environmental activists over Great Barrier Reef

Great Barrier Reef may be at risk from fossil fuels Melbourne, February 16: Indian conglomerate Adani Group’s plans to build Australia's biggest coal mine, although portrayed as harbinger for jobs and local economy, yet is entering the fiercest round of its fight ‘against coal’ faction. As researchers, revealed that they had discovered more evidence on ...
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Mathew Wade - fine tunings skills in practice match agianst India A

Australia aim to brush skills in practice tie vs India A, before 1st Test match in Pune

Mumbai, February 16: Ahead of the four-match cricket Test series against top-ranked India later this month, Australia will aim to try and sort out their combination when they take on India A in a three-day practice match, starting at the Brabourne Stadium here from Friday. The Steve Smith-led side, who have four frontline spinners in ...
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‘Open Doors’ campaign stars taxi-driver Jimmy Behal to raise awareness on Disability and Assistance Animals

Melbourne, February 15: Melbourne taxi driver, Jimmy Behal, who has been driving taxis for almost 18 years in Melbourne, is the new star of the Taxi Services Commission’s ‘Open Doors’ Campaign. Originally from India, Jimmy is belongs to Melbourne’s Punjabi community and lives in the western suburbs. Driving since 2000, Jimmy, in 2005, switched to ...
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Salt Sugar & Fat Taxes can save health care costs

Sugar, Salt and Fat Taxes could save 3.4 billion dollars in health costs in Australia: study

Melbourne, February 16: Australia could save $3.4 billion in healthcare costs by introducing a package of taxes on sugar, salt and saturated fat, and sugary drinks, while subsidising fruits and vegetables, University of Melbourne modelling shows. This package would result in an additional 2.1 years of healthy life for every 100 Australians alive in 2010, ...
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Pak Foreign Affairs Adviser Sartaj Aziz alarmed about nuclearisation of Indian Ocean

Pakistan sounds alarm over ‘nuclearisation’ of Indian Ocean by India

Islamabad, February 12: Pakistan is determined to counter growing threats to peace in the Indian Ocean, particularly from its "nuclearisation" by India, Foreign Affairs Adviser Sartaj Aziz said. Aziz on Saturday said the Indian Ocean faced challenges to peace due to its militarisation, proliferation of weapons of mass destruction, increased missile capabilities and power projection ...
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JLF @ Melbourne

India’s Biggest Literary Festival arrives in Melbourne TOMORROW

Melbourne, February 10: Pop-up festival JLF Melbourne will kick off this weekend in an explosion of colour, music and performance devoted to the best South Asian and Australian writing and ideas. In the first collaboration between Melbourne Writers Festival and the Jaipur Literature Festival, JLF Melbourne will bring the magic of ‘the greatest literary show ...
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State of the art bulk-billing medical facilities at Hoppers Lane General Practice (HLGP)

Medical clinic HLGP provides access to many different specialities – all only 20 mins from the CBD, providing ease of access to medical amenities for culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) people. There are 14 doctors at HLGP including Dr Satish Singh; fellow, Royal Australian College of General Practitioners, who speaks Hindi, Urdu, Bangla. Apart from ...
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Valentines Day letters

IT’S OFFICIAL – this Valentine’s Day, love letters are the key to better relationships

Writing down your feelings by hand – letters can help resolve arguments, strengthen your relationships and could even score you a date, reveals a survey. 83 per cent said a written invitation is the most romantic way to be asked on a date; 85 per cent Australians said that writing down their feelings helps them ...
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