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Is India alarmed at Imran Khan sweeping the Pakistan elections?

Hours after the initial results of Pakistan’s general elections, Abdus Sattar Ghazali believes that India has started a vicious campaign against the emerging Prime Minister of Pakistan Imran Khan. As initial results on Wednesday indicated that Tehrik-e-Istaqlal party is sweeping the polls in Pakistan, India claims that he is backed by the military of nuclear-armed…

Australia India Business Council signs MoU for bilateral Travel and Tourism

MoU with Australia India Travel & Tourism Council marks milestone in bilateral partnership Melbourne, July 5: Australia India Business Council (AIBC), the peak body facilitating bi-lateral trade and investment between Australia and India marked a milestone in bilateral relationship. AIBC signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) at Sofitel Wentworth in Sydney, with Australia India Travel…

Obsolete FIFA Rules for 90-minutes Football matches demand Genuine Corrections

In a recently published research work of Prof. Ranjit Biswas, some major changes termed as “corrections of obsolete FIFA Rules” have been proposed. Melbourne, June 17: As the World Cup FOOTBALL fever take precedence, many aficionados are not simply happy to bask in the revelry. Not being satisfied with the results of many of the past…

Fake Indian journalists detained in Brisbane

Brisbane, March 29: Earlier it used to be concerts of film stars and singers where people smugglers would bring in people in disguise of musicians – who would, once in Australia, New Zealand, UK, US or Canada, disappear into thin air and in most cases – before the first concert. And with meticulous planning of…

Anxiety may help remember things

 Are you worried or anxious? If not too much, it may be good for your memory. Toronto: A new study has shown that there is an optimum level of anxiety that could help us remember things better. In the new study, published in the journal Brain Sciences, researchers from the University of Waterloo recruited 80…

Bangladeshi International Student ‘Momena Shoma’ alleged to be Islamic-State inspired Terrorist

Melbourne, February 21: Momena Shoma, a Bangladeshi international student stands accused of stabbing Roger Singaravelu in the neck while he slept with his 5 year old daughter, at their home in Mill Park on Friday, February 9. The 24 year “brilliant student”, who had received a scholarship to study in Australia, has confounded her family…

Stricter Visa Norms for Sikh Radicals in Canada

The move comes hot on the heels of US, Australia and Canadian Gurudwaras banning entry of Indian officials and diplomats. The Indian government is reportedly considering stricter visa norms for Canadian Sikh radicals living. The Indian Ministry of External Affairs is said to be preparing the particulars of the visa norms to be implemented against…

Indian Student drowns

Tweed Heads: A 22-year-old Indian man died after drowning at Duranbah Beach, Tweed Heads on the New South Wales-Queensland border in Australia on Christmas day. The man was identified as an Indian national Ravneet Singh Gill, a business student of Southern Cross University, Australia. Queensland surf lifesavers took to the waters on their Jetskis for…

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