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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Australia's Steven Smith man of the match 3rd ODI against Pakistan

Australia beat Pakistan by seven wickets in 3rd ODI

Australia win by seven wickets with 30 balls remaining; take 2-1 lead in five-match series with Sydney and Adelaide to come Perth, January 19: Steve Smith's unbeaten eighth One-Day International (ODI) ton helped Australia to beat Pakistan by seven wickets in the third match at the Western Australia Cricket Association ground here on Thursday. With ...
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Sania Mirza progress in Women's Double at the Australian Open Tennis Championships in Melbourne, Australia, Jan. 20, 2017

Sania Mirza advances, while Rohan Bopanna beaten in Australian Open tennis tournament

Melbourne, January 20: Indian tennis ace Sania Mirza advanced to the women's doubles third round but Rohan Bopanna ws knocked out in his men's doubles match at the Australian Open tennis tournament here on Friday. Sania and her Czech partner Barbora Strycova beat Australian-Chinese pair of Samantha Stosur and Shuai Zhang 6-1, 6-4. The fourth ...
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US President Donald Trump walks with first lady Melania Trump during the inauguration parade in Washington, January 20, 2017.
His presidency may later India-US-Australia relations.

Will Trump presidency shadow alter India-US-Australia trilateral relations?

With Donald Trump inaugurated as the 45th President of the United States, will his presidency alter India-US-Australia trilateral relations, writes Rekha Bhattacharjee It is an indisputable fact that the US is a vital strategic ally for Australia. The depth of the collaboration between the two Pacific-rim countries can be seen in various spheres like foreign ...
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Melton Christian College will not allow Sikh Turban as part of school uniform

Sikh boy denied enrolment in Victorian school for wearing turban

Melbourne, Jan 17: A five-year-old Sikh boy was denied entry by a school in Melbourne's western fringe, for wearing a turban as it said that the religious head gear was not in conformity with the school's uniform policy. "It is disappointing that my son has been forced to abandon his religious practices and identity for ...
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Ok Jaanu

‘Ok Jaanu’: Hackneyed, Superficial and Trite – oft-seen, nothing new

A Gen-Y girl and boy meet, are physically attracted, become friends, live-in together, sans any commitment, then eventually fall in love and get married. Familiar? Extremely. Troy Ribeiro reviews Ok Jaanu Director: Shaad Ali; Cast: Aditya Roy Kapur, Shraddha Kapoor, Leela Samson, Naseeruddin Shah; Rating: ** Trite, oft-seen and offering nothing new. That in a ...
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Former English spin bowler Monty Panesar

Spin bowler Sridharan & English spinner Panesar named Australia spin consultants for India tour

Sydney, January 17: Former India all-rounder Sriram Sridharan on Tuesday rejoined the Australian cricket team as a spin consultant for their upcoming four-Test tour in the subcontinent, starting February 23. Sridharan's appointment as a part of the support staff comes a day after Cricket Australia (CA) appointed former English left-arm spin bowler Monty Panesar for ...
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Ganesha skateboard on AMAZON

Amazon stops selling Indian flag doormat after Indian External Affairs minister threatens visa ban

But Amazon continues to sell Lord Ganesha skateboards, despite requests for removal London, January 17: A doormat depicting the Indian flag was being sold from world's largest online retailer, Amazon’s Canadian store, which led to a furor amongst Indians both in India and overseas. Indian External Affairs minister Sushma Swaraj then issued ultimatum that she ...
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India wins against England in first ODI - Alastair Cook goes out to Praveen Kumar-2

Centurions Kohli, Jadhav star in India’s win against England in first ODI

Pune, January 15: Virat Kohli and Kedar Jadhav slammed quickfire centuries to steer India to a three-wicket victory over England in the first One-Day International at the Maharashtra Cricket Association Stadium here on Sunday. Chasing a difficult 351-run target, the hosts were tottering at 63/4 when the duo came together to add 200 runs between ...
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