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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…

Indo-Pakistan nuclear war in 2028; US Intelligence National Council predicts

The US National Intelligence Council has predicted a nuclear war between India and Pakistan in 2028, writes Abdus Sattar Ghazali. The prediction came in the Council report released recently under the title: Global Trends: Paradox of Progress. Every four years since 1997, the National Intelligence Council has published an unclassified strategic assessment of how key…

Trump’s ‘Buy American’, Modi’s ‘Make in India’ can together boost each other

US President Donald Trump’s mantra of “Buy American” and Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s ‘Make in India’ are not mutually exclusive because trade need not be a zero sum game. Arul Louis talks to Shalabh Kumar, Indian-American Republican leader and founder of Republican Hindu Coalition (RHC). New York, January 30: A harder line by Trump to…

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…

Australian police travel to India to interview Prabha Kumar’s husband and family

Sydney, January 23: After Australian police struggled to find a motive for the March 7, 2015 attack and vicious murder of Prabha Kumar, homicide detectives made plans to travel to India. After ruling out sexual assault and robbery motives; as it emerges, detectives intend to speak to her family and interview her husband, Arun Kumar….

Modi’s demonetisation has inspired Australia to act on black money, may demonetise: Australian envoy

Melbourne, January 11: “We are watching India closely to see if we can learn something from this (demonetisation) process.” Harinder Sidhu, Australia’s High Commissioner to India, said that following India’s demonetisation decision, there is talk in Australia about “demonetising our highest denomination note,” according to The Indian Express. Ms Sidhu termed the demonetisation process in…

DFAT warns Australians to use Electronic Payments in India, after tourists were forced to busk for cash

Melbourne, Jan 6: Australia has told its citizens visiting India to use electronic payments where possible as some travellers were facing difficulties exchanging Australian dollars post demonetisation. In an advisory on Thursday, the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade said: “Indian authorities have replaced withdrawn 500 and 1,000 rupee notes, with new 500 and 2,000…

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