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Australian joins hands with India’s Tata group for Water Abundance prize worth AUD 2 million

An innovative approach to tackling water scarcity by Australia with Indian major Tata Group Canberra, January 29: The Australian Government is partnering with Indian major Tata Group and US-based XPRIZE and to run the ‘Water Abundance Prize’ – an open challenge to use technology to improve affordable access to clean water. The open challenge is…

Daniel Andrews finally cuts ties with controversial Safe Schools founder, Roz Ward

Daniel Andrews and wife Catherine lead Melbourne Pride March on 9 Dec last year @abc – Daniel Andrews has now cut ties with Safe Schools founder, Roz Ward Melbourne, December 20: Last week saw adamant Daniel Andrews’ cutting ties with controversial Safe Schools founder, Roz Ward, after the program come under fire from a greater…

Joint cyber crime operation by Australia and US – Indian-origin student charged for launching cyber attacks in US

New York, December 14: An Indian-origin computer science student arrested after a multinational operation to crackdown on young hackers has been charged with carrying out cyber attacks on a chat site, according to officials. Sean Krishanmakoto Sharma was produced before federal Magistrate Judge Alka Sagar in Los Angeles on Monday and was released on a…

Peppa Pig-inspired Muslim Kids’ show garners support from controversial Sheik Shady Alsuleiman

Sydney, December 11: Australian Islamic leaders have urged parents to embrace ­religious cartoons – one being Barakah Hills, being purported as an Islamic alternative to Peppa Pig. The shows’s theme would be loosely based on the popular series Peppa Pig, set in a “predominately Muslim town”, so Muslim youth could avoid being corrupted by mainstream…

Australian students fall behind in Reading, Maths and Science compared to international standards

New PISA results confirm decline in Australian educational averages Melbourne, December 6: “Two sets of independent international test results released in the past week show that Australia’s education system has serious deficiencies,” Centre for Independent Studies (CIS) senior research fellow Dr Jennifer Buckingham said. Last week, results released from TIMSS 2015 showed no change in Maths…

Pakistani and Indian students conferred Victoria’s International Education Awards

Melbourne, November 21: The International Education Awards celebrated Victoria’s best students – Kashif Bouns from Pakistan and Balaji Trichy Narayanaswamy from India being adjudged International Alumnus of the Year and International Student of the Year – Regional, respectively. Sixteen winners were presented with the coveted awards during the event at Government House tonight, recognising the…

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