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 (SH-Y) as to call the younger idiot (Anning is the ...
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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 asset for any producer and sells like hot cakes, as ...
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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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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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Bangladeshi origin former taxi driver is ISIS ‘admin’ in Australia

Sydney, March 2: A former Sydney taxi driver of Bangladeshi origin has been linked to Islamic State, (ISIS) accused of administering the group’s encrypted messages. He currently lives in Sydney with his wife, children and ...
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Early learning centre to complete Windermere educational infrastructure

Melbourne, March 1: A site has been acquired in Windermere and a proposal for a state-of-the-art early learning centre is currently in preparation for lodgement with the Department of Education and Training Victoria. Branded ‘Colours ...
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Rithvik to perform at Melbourne Recital Centre after perfect score in VCE Tabla

Melbourne, February 27: Rithvik Chand has written his name in history books in Victorian Education with first-time perfect score in VCE tabla. The Lake View Secondary College student completed his VCE music examinations on the ...
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for Jallianwala massacre in 1919, Punjab seeks British govt apology

Chandigarh, February 26: On the eve of Centenary of the ill-fated Jallianwala Bagh massacre which took place on 13 April 1919, the state of Punjab (in India) has unanimously passed a resolution to seek an ...
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Sitting in front of the TV for Dinner puts kids in the obesity hot-seat

Childhood obesity is a growing concern in the Indian migrant community The simple act of switching on the TV for some downtime could be making a bigger contribution to childhood obesity than we realise, according ...
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Cobrapost exposes Bollywood stars

Not that there is anything new but more than 30 Bollywood, Music and TV stars including actors, singers and comedians have been trapped by a an investigative website Cobrapost in a sting operation carried out ...
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Why Priyanka did not attend ‘bestie’ Meghan Markle’s baby shower

As Meghan Markle’s friends celebrated her baby shower in New York, Meghan’s BFF Priyanka Chopra gave it a miss New York, February 22: Meghan and Priyanka’s friendship has been in the news ever since the ...
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Harbhajan’s Pulwama attack response

Do Not Play Pakistan in World Cup: Harbhajan tells India New Delhi, 19 February: While many Indians have spoken against the culprits of the terrorist attack in Pulwama in Kashmir in which 49 CRPF jawans ...
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Hindu student Sanya barred from Perth Catholic School for nose piercing

Hindu Council takes up issue of nose piercing restriction; but school shops for a more favourable opinion to support its decision Melbourne, February 15: Hindu Council of Australia has taken up the issue after a ...
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Australian Sheikh, Mohamad Tawhidi’s visit to India stirs controversy

Melbourne, February 14: Australian Sheikh, Mohamad Tawhidi is currently visiting India but has stirred controversy within Australia. According to Mohamed Ainullah, the Sheikh is “fake” and is issuing “inflammatory comments against Muslims in general and ...
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Bengali Kantha weaves a magic of women-centered practice in Dandenong

This month of February, Kantha weaves a magic of personal and inter-generational, women-centered practice with narratives embroidered on worn, at times stained and frail muslin sarees. Featuring paintings the exhibition addresses the Kantha textile tradition ...
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