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AIBCT’s Mukesh Night in Melbourne

Melbourne, June 29: 2017 marks the 10th anniversary of the Australian Indian Benevolent and Charitable Trust (AIBCT). “To mark the 10th anniversary, we are holding a concert by two leading Hindi film musicians; Mukhter Shah and Sangeetha Melekar” said Dr T. J. Rao, former Honorary Consul General of India talking to Bharat Times. Shah and…

Ricky Ponting announced as New STRIIV Ambassador

 Melbourne: Striiv Australia, Australia’s first fitness tracker and weight management program combined – is pleased to announce past Australian cricket captain, Ricky Ponting, as its new brand ambassador. Striiv is partnering with the cricket icon to help bring to life the message that achieving a healthy lifestyle is possible for all Australians. “Aussies are blessed…

Dharmendra adds value to Indo-Australia movie project ‘Dream Catcher’

New Delhi, June 21: Australian actor Travis Jeffery says he got to know about the stardom of Indian veteran actor Dharmendra through Google. The actor, who is working with the Indian cine icon in short film “Dream Catcher”, added that he decided not to watch his films to avoid getting nervous in front of him….

The Highs and Lows of DEV MENON

– from successful Taxation and Insolvency practitioner to possible jail time Sydney, June 21: Tax lawyer and partner at Sydney law firm Clamenz lawyers, Dev Menon, 33, has been linked to a $165m elaborate tax-fraud scam. Dev, who previously worked at KPMG and an investment bank, is alleged to have been the advisor about how…

Is Island state of Tasmania now brimming with racism against Indians?

  After a Keralite Indian Australia was subject of attacks, another Indian taxi driver assaulted, abused Melbourne, June 26: Only few weeks ago an Indian man of Keralite descent was subject of racist attack and then last month a 25-year-old Indian taxi driver in Australia was assaulted by two passengers, including a woman, who yelled…

International student numbers surge by 15 per cent

Canberra, June 26: Australia has bolstered its popularity as a world class education destination with new data showing international student numbers soared by 15 per cent in the first three months of this year compared to 2016. Minister for Education and Training Simon Birmingham said the surging international student numbers came on top of growth…

Indian Techies and skilled IT workers in Australia will not be impacted by Australia’s 457 visa moves

Melbourne, April 19: Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull reiterated the new “Australia first – essentially meaning Australians will be given first preference for Australian jobs – bringing on sweeping 457 skilled visa changes, with lasting impact on . The Australian Government announced that it would abolish the 457 visa and replace it with two new visas…

Australia to abolish temporary work 457 Visa programme – India consulting stakeholders

“…no longer allow 457 visa to be passports” Melbourne, April 18: Adopting a new “Australians first” approach to skilled migration, Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has announced that he will be abolishing the existing 457 Visa programme, currently used by temporary foreign workers to gain employment and down the line, permanent residency in the country. The…

Census reveals ‘Indian-born’ form the fastest growing migrant group in Victoria

Indian-born residents form the largest numbers in Victoria surpassing Italy, Vietnam, Greece and Sri Lanka. Melbourne, April 12: Indian people are Victoria’s biggest migrant group for the first time in history, according to latest census figures. The first results of the census revealed that after 12 years of strong growth India was the biggest source…

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