Budget 2016 puts COALITION on track for Election VICTORY

Malcolm Turnbull is no Tony Abbott and all references to nasties like a GST rise and the removal of negative gearing were dropped.

Instead, the Turnbull government’s first budget has turned out to be a well-crafted political document - with an impression of being benign; yet replacing the Hobbesian critique of human behaviour that underpinned the Abbott approach, with a liberal rhetorical flourish for progress and prosperity writes Dr Nick Economou.

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Election 2016: Coalition woos Australian Indian Small Business Sector

Melbourne, May 29: Hon Kelly O’Dwyer MP, Assistant Treasurer & Minister for Small Business and the current member for Higgins in Melbourne, today said that “Indian Australians have contributed much to the economic, social and cultural life of Australia”.

With close to 400,000 people of Indian ancestry living in Australia, she said that the Turnbull Government ...
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Australian Indigenous Women’s Tour of India manages 1 WIN

Mumbai, May 28: The first national Indigenous women’s team has completed its historic 10-day tour of India with back-to-back matches in Mumbai on Saturday.

The team battled harsh conditions throughout the tour – with temperatures at times pushing beyond 45 degrees – to finish with one win and wealth of experience.

Team coach and Former ICC Women’s ...
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Abortions – highest Insurance Claims amongst International Students

Melbourne, May 27: More than a third of international students' health claims at insurance company, Bupa are pregnancy-related, according to an investigation conducted by Fairfax.

This expose’ comes at a time when Australia’s most reputed universities are riddled with claims of being hotbed of sexual targets and escapades.

While the campaign - Universities Australia's Respect. Now. Always. – is ...
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Women use warmer language than men on Facebook

Do men and women express themselves differently on social media?

Melbourne, May 26: By analysing the language of 65,000 Facebook users, researchers have found that females used language that was characteristic of compassion and politeness, while masculine language was more hostile and impersonal.

The study also found, for the first time, that males and females used equally ...
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Experience Hindi cinema’s magic in Dubai’s Bollywood Parks from October 2016

By Radhika Bhirani 

Dubai: With a melange of cinematic rides inspired by Hindi movies like "Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara" and "Don", thrilling attractions and live Broadway-style shows, Bollywood Parks Dubai, a first-of-its-kind theme park showcasing the true blue Bollywood experience laced with drama, action, music and dance, is poised to give tourism in Dubai a big ...
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Washington’s Space Review belittles Indian ‘RLV space shuttle’ claim

Bengaluru, May 25: The news of India's launch of a Reusable Launch Vehicle Technology Demonstrator (RLV-TD) has been blown out of proportion by the media, according to a report in "Space Review," an online journal from Washington devoted to analysing key space issues and events across the world.

On May 23, the Indian Space Research Organisation ...
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Sania, Paes, Bopanna off to a winning start at French Open

Paris, May 26: India's tennis stars Sania Mirza, Leander Paes and Rohan Bopanna got their French Open campaign off to a winning start as the trio won their respective women's doubles and men's doubles matches to enter the second round here on Wednesday.

World No.1 women's doubles pair of Sania and her Swiss partner Martina Hingis ...
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Shake Hands with Female teachers or face FINE, Muslim boys told

Geneva, May 26: Muslim school students in the Swiss canton of Basel cannot refuse to shake hands with their female teachers on religious grounds, otherwise their parents will face fines, local authorities have ruled.

“The public interest with respect to equality between men and women and the integration of foreigners significantly outweighs the freedom of conscience ...
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Election 2016: Turnbull Arrogant but Likeable

Economic issues will be key for this Federal Election

Melbourne, May 25: Who would you vote for?

One who is likeable or; one who is less trust worthy?

Voters consider Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull arrogant but likeable, while opposition leader Bill Shorten is thought to be more caring and in touch with people; but less trustworthy.

According to a Newspoll ...
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NEW UNIT to Target Rogue Training Providers in Victoria

Melbourne, May 25: The Andrews Labor Government is upping the pressure on rogue training providers with a new investigations unit in the Department of Education and Training to put them under the microscope.

The crack squad, headed by a former Victorian Ombudsman Principal Investigator, will conduct targeted and more detailed investigations into unscrupulous training providers to ...
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