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Koi Mil Gaya? Indian PhD student in Australia proves cosmic signals are ‘really’ from outer space

Melbourne, April 3: An Indian PhD student living in Melbourne has settled one of astronomy’s burning questions with a radio telescope that she helped refurbish – detecting cosmic signals from outer space. Hawthorn based, Manisha Caleb, 27, is enrolled at The Australian National University and works at Swinburne University, where she teamed up with her…

Rideshare CEO sympathises with ‘taxi drivers’ as Melbourne passengers switch to Local ‘Aussie’ option

Melbourne, February 20: As fierce debate rages across Melbourne about the future of the taxi and rideshare industries, local player GoCatch is gathering momentum building its growing base of drivers, passengers, and market share. GoCatch is the leading Australian on demand taxi and rideshare booking app, which allows drivers to pick up extra taxi fares…

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…

Taxi License owners demand full compensation against deregulation and buy-back proposal

Melbourne, February 14: More than 200 taxis blocked the Bolte Bridge, moving along at a walking pace on Monday morning, as part a planned protest by Victorian Taxi and Hire Car Families (VTHCF), to fight against any watered-down compensation for taxi license, bought from the Victorian government. Demanding full compensation, more taxi license owners joined…

Amazon stops selling Indian flag doormat after Indian External Affairs minister threatens visa ban

But Amazon continues to sell Lord Ganesha skateboards, despite requests for removal London, January 17: A doormat depicting the Indian flag was being sold from world’s largest online retailer, Amazon’s Canadian store, which led to a furor amongst Indians both in India and overseas. Indian External Affairs minister Sushma Swaraj then issued ultimatum that she…

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…

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…

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