Aussies go to polls on May 18

Canberra, April 11: The speculation is over. Aussies go to polls on May 18. Prime Minister Scott Morrison has asked Governor General Peter Cosgrove to dissolve parliament to allow Australians to elect their parliamentarians for the next term on Saturday, May 18. Although Coalition is facing ...
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Waleed Aly: Guilty of the same crime?

Soon after the tragedy in New Zealand, Senator Fraser Anning, now infamous target of the infamous ‘Égg Boy’, had suggested that the cause of such gruesome and cowardly act – was Muslim migration into New Zealand. “Does anyone still dispute the link between Muslim immigration ...
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Varun Dhawan’s fan threatens to kill his girlfriend

Mumbai April 7: A police complaint has been registered against a female fan of actor  Varun Dhawan after the fan in a fit of rage in front of Varun’s house, threatened to kill his girlfriend ...
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Tudge assures compliance by regional migrants           

Melbourne, March 29: Australia goes to polls in the month of May. If all the opinion polls turn out to be accurate, Scott Morrison and his coalition parties will not be in government after the ...
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Minor party politics:Putting One Nation into perspective

There are few Australian politicians who receive as much critical commentary scrutiny as the One Nation senator from Queensland, Ms Pauline Hanson. A case could certainly be made that media obsession with Ms Hanson tends ...
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Priyanka, Nick on collision course?

Actress Priyanka Chopra Jonas and Nick Jonas are not having a good time with each other and the couple is already headed for a divorce, claims a the entertainment magazine, OK!. As per  a report ...
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4 months pregnant Ravneet strangled to death

killing & dumping the body Whatsapped Husband Jaspreet, mistress & 2 others charged Ferozepur, Punjab 30 March: Ravneet Kaur, a young, vibrant and vivacious girl  came to Australia from a very small place near Ferozepur ...
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AIII hosted maiden HOLI festival in Melbourne City’s Federation Square

Melbourne, March 17: India’s colourful and fun-filled festival – AIII hosted Holi 2019 was celebrated for the first time in the heart of Melbourne on March 10. Held at landmark FedSquare – a magnificent kaleidoscope ...
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Indian jailed for 26 years for murder of his wife

Melbourne, 26 March: Douglas Derick Eustace, an Indian who stabbed his Melbourne wife Mary Freeman of just 3-4 months, to death after Australia Day drinks turned into an ugly argument, has been sentenced to 25 ...
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Indian energy giant Adani fined for releasing polluted water into wetlands

Brisbane, March 26: Adani should have been fixing its coal port rather than running an ad campaign to push through its mine, the Australian Marine Conservation Society (AMCS) said after the Indian energy giant miner ...
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InstaReM – customer experience & convenience drive 24% volume growth

Docklands, March 22: During a recent briefing to South Asia-focused media and community leaders, Vinoth Manoharan, Country Manager of InstaReM said that the “South Asian & Indian corridor is very exciting for InstaReM, and we ...
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Hindus laud “Teachable Moment” for Australia after Sanya reinstated

Hindus welcome return of Hindu girl Sanya, to school at Aranmore College with her nose stud on Melbourne, March 19: Hindu girl, Sanya Singhal, who was expelled from Aranmore Catholic College in Leederville, Perth for ...
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Who is Saif to stop me from wearing a bikini?

Kareena Kapoor is a name that needs no introduction. She has been in Bollywood ever since her debut with Refugee against Abhishek Bachchan. Although she has had some share of failures, her name is an ...
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Should Sarah Hanson-Young leave the senate, along with Anning?

The answer is an emphatic YES. Politicians have been suffering from an extremely low trust quotient for a long time but such blatant and gross misbehavior being not just endorsed but appreciated by Sarah Hanson-Young ...
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Heady Kerala in Fitzroy – Mischa Tropp’s gastronomic fusion, pub style

Prepare for a heady sensation – as your taste buds savour an exquisite spread, from authentic Keralan Fish curry to Cabbage Thoran; from coconut cream to crispy curry leaves; from spicy Eggplant Achar to puffed Amaranth, this is a ...
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BCCI had ICC’s permission to wear Army camouflage caps

Pak to ICC: “Punish India” to raise funds for martyrs’ families? New Delhi, March 12: The 2019 Valentine Day, February 14, will be black for India’s history and in particular for the families of those ...
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Sydney Dentist, Preethi Reddy’s body found in a suitcase in her own car

Suspected ex-boyfriend of Dr Preethi Reddy, Dr Harshwardhan Narde dies in deliberate car crash Sydney, March 6: Sydney based dentist, Preethi Reddy was reported missing, after she failed to turn up home, late Sunday. The ...
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Women’s experiences of intimate-partner violence in the Indian Community

Melbourne, March 4: A research has been commissioned to explore and record experiences of Indian women in relation to domestic violence and their help-seeking patterns at the School of Psychology at Deakin University. With a ...
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Malala Yousafzai joins Nobel Laureates to Urge for India, Pakistan Peace

New Delhi, March 4: In a joint appeal, led by India’s Nobel peace laureate Kailash Satyarthi, 66 Nobel laureates from across the world have urged the PMs of India and Pakistan to defuse the rising tension ...
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Patriotic catfight

Swara blasts Pak actor Veena Malik for disgusting tweet on IAF pilot Abhinandan Not much is worthy of trust when it comes to stars and politicians these days. On the social trust scale neither fairs ...
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