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10 Years on, PR still eludes Harjinder

five protection visa applications refused, then sponsor wife died Perth, March 23: Harjinder Singh born in 1988, arrived in Australia in February 2008 on a subclass 572 student visa which ceased on 15 March 2010. From 22 December 2010 to 19 July 2011, following the expiration of his student visa, he lodged four protection visa…

SAMSUNG GALAXY S9, S9+ at Telstra

Recently unveiled at Mobile World Congress, the Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+ will be available for purchase, in a variety of colours and on a variety of plans, from Telstra from March 16, 2018. The Samsung Galaxy S9 features a revolutionary camera that adapts like the human eye and includes features such as Super Slow-mo,…

HSV’s Hindu Cultural and Heritage Centre gets $160,00

Carrum Downs: The Andrews Labor Government will provide more than $160,000 to the Hindu Society of Victoria to upgrade its Cultural and Heritage Centre, also known as the Shri Shiva Vishnu Temple. Minister for Multicultural Affairs Robin Scott and Member for Member for Carrum Sonya Kilkenny joined the Indian community to make the announcement today….

Recently installed Magistrate Raj Malhotra stood down amidst sexual assault allegations

Melbourne, March 6: Melbourne magistrate Raj Malhotra has been stood down while a specially selected panel is probing serious sexual assault allegations levelled against him, the Age reported. In its report, the Age stated that Mr Malhotra is being investigated for allegedly sexually assaulting a junior colleague at a work Christmas party and inciting violence…

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…

Melbourne man of Indian origin allegedly kept his Wife as a Slave

Melbourne, February 20: The Melbourne Magistrates’ Court heard yesterday, that the Melbourne man, who cannot be named for legal reasons, is accused of keeping his wife as a slave and forcing her to remain in their bedroom. The hearing before Magistrate Belinda Wallington alleged that that woman, who is also of Indian origin, would only be…

It may well be Time for a GREEN Batman

Greens candidate for the upcoming Batman by-election, Alex Bhathal couldn’t have been more excited as Labor’s David Feeney became the latest victim of the dual citizenship fiasco leading to his resignation. As Senator Richard Di Natale launched the candidacy of Alex Bhathal in Canberra today, Ms Bhathal said that she looks forward to the chance…

Angelina Arora wins 2018 BHP Billiton Science & Engineering Award

Melbourne, February 16: A robotic window cleaner, a water filter made from agricultural waste, and a plastic made from prawn shells are the main winners of the 2018 BHP Billiton Foundation Science and Engineering Awards for school students announced in Melbourne today. 15 year old Indian-origin school girl Angelina Arora dreams of “every single plastic…

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