Adani project delivers Sco-Momentum in Australian 2019 elections

Melbourne, May 20: Scott Morrison defied all polls and pundits and led the Coalition to a stunning victory in 2019 elections. Claiming victory Prime Minister Morrison paid tribute to the “quiet Australians” who had delivered the Liberal Party victory. “I have always believed in miracles,” ...
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The Boite turns 40 – presents Sabyasachi on Sarod on May 26

Multicultural music presenter, The Boite, was conceived and born at a time when refugees from the military regimes in Chile and Greece were finding a haven in Australia, a place where they could express their political views and play their music – often also political ...
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With no Abbott or Palmer speed humps, Sco-Motion is unstoppable

Labor in ruins, teary Shorten’s career in tatters Sydney May 18: Scott Morrison, Australia’s 30th  prime minister, scored a surprise victory in federal elections on Saturday. The win stunned Australian election analysts and opinion pollsters ...
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David Coleman launches Salvation Army Appeal to multi communities

Multicultural audiences are proud of their country of birth and proud that Australia has provided for a new beginning. Salvation Army Red Shield appeal is one of the many opportunities where many look forward to ...
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MoneyGram renews & expands partnership with 7-Eleven in Australia

MoneyGram a global provider of innovative money transfer services, has renewed its partnership with 7-Eleven Australia for an additional five years, ensuring that consumers continue to enjoy the convenience of initiating MoneyGram transfers at more than ...
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$2.5 million for Indian Community Centre in Bayswater

Dandenong, May 13: In a specially organized function for the Indian community at Museum India here today, the Liberal party has made a commitment of $2.5 million for an Indian Community Centre. “Should the Morrison ...
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Uttar Pradesh community establishes platform UPBP to grow together

Northcote, May 6: “Australia is a land that gets expats from all over the world and the most important thing that expats seek in a foreign land is familiar people who they can connect and ...
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Failed after 27 years faces jail

Singh faces 10 years jail, after 27 years’ trying to settle in America

Singh faces 10 years jail, after 27 years’ trying to settle in America,  This is the story of one Pal / Surinder/ harpal Singh and his long drawn effort to settle in America as American ...
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Trump on India

Trump’s paper war with India

The unpredictable nature of US President Donald Trump’s speeches and announcements continues to shock many around the globe. It is not new that he proclaims policies – in all areas – anytime, from anywhere and ...
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OCI concerns for a Liberal party candidate of Indian descent

An Australian Indian Vaishali Ghosh, Liberal Party candidate for the seat of Wills, (in the Northern suburbs of Melbourne) has been in the news for voluntarily withdrawing as Liberal party candidate because of OCI (Overseas ...
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Is the builder of your dream home giving you despair?

Justice Connect helps Home Owners tackle Dodgy Builders With Australia’s building boom, more and more people are looking to newly constructed homes. But when something goes wrong with a new home, builders aren’t always happy ...
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Two Australians among the dead in Sri Lanka terror attacks

Melbourne, 23 April: Over the placid Easter weekend, Sri Lanka was hit hard with explosions occurring in eight separate places, killing at least 290 people and injuring more than 500. These explosions have been labelled ...
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Why did Federal Court decide in favour of Geoffrey Rush?

Melbourne, 12 April: In the current climate of #MeToo movements all over the world, the case of Geoffrey Rush in the Australian courts had the world media eyes set on its outcome. And for the ...
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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 ...
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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 ...
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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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