Kashmir for all - J& K Land Law amendment

Kashmir for all: Anyone can buy land in J&K

The Central Government has introduced amendments to 12 laws to enable all Indian citizens outside the Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir to buy land in Jammu and Kashmir. Now Kashmir is for all Indians. Prior to the repealing of Articles 35A and 370 of the Constutition on August 5, 2019, only persons resident in the erstwhile State could buy land in Jammu and Kashmir. They had to have a domicile certificate to prove they were residents of and thus ...
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Fed Court Judges S. Steward and J. Gleeson appointed to the High Court of Australia

His Excellency the Governor-General has accepted the advice of the Government to appoint the Honourable Justice Simon Steward and the Honourable Justice Jacqueline Gleeson as Justices of the High Court of Australia. Justice Steward and Justice Gleeson will respectively fill the vacancies that will arise upon ...
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Indian squads announced for Australia tour

The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has announced the Indian squads for the Australia tour, comprising fours Tests, three One-day Internationals and as many Twenty20 Internationals. Two prominent names are missing. One is Rohit Sharma, India's limited-overs vice-captain, ...
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Melbourne’s lockdown restrictions to ease from tonight

"Now is the time to open up", says Daniel Andrews Finally, Melbourne's coronavirus restrictions will start to ease from 11:59pm Tonight, a cautious and a tiny bit cheerful Premier Daniel Andrews announced yesterday. There was no new case of COVID-19 ...
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It took Uddhav Thackeray 113 days to break his silence on the death of Sushant Singh Rajput (SSR) but he chose not to open up nevertheless. The Maharashtra chief minister took  a coded route to take a veiled dig at ...
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Arnab Goswami – not an accused in the FIR

Repunlic TV,  Arnab Goswami v Mumbai Police Commissioner Ever since Republic TV started covering the death of Sushant Singh Rajput and questioning the conduct of Mumbai police and some Bollywood figures, the Mumbai Police commissioner has been part of their ...
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Bhargav Solanki dies in car crash

Bhargav Solanki dies in fatal car crash

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Australian mangoes ripe for export

Australian mangoes ripe for export success

Millions of Australian mangoes will soon be on their way to key export markets around the world, thanks to support from the Liberal-National Government’s International Freight Assistance Mechanism (IFAM). With a $317.1 million funding boost in the Federal Budget, IFAM ...
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ICC Women’s T20 World Cup 2020 wins Australian Event of the Year

The ICC Women's T20 World Cup held in February-March this year has been recognised at the 2020 Australian Event Awards, including winning top honour ‘Australian Event of the Year’, as well as the country’s ‘Best Sporting Event’. The ground-breaking tournament ...
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Breath test for COVID-19, a game changer for tourism

Adjusting to the new normal is where all governments are focused right now. The virus may or may not be eradicated the life has to go on. Testing for COVID-19 is where the most focus, and thus investment is. As ...
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Hume Council Elections 2020: the Indian spin in the North

Council elections 2020 have shown Indian Victorians are now eager to make a contribution in areas of society in their adopted home. With more than 130 of them contesting elections, it is evident they want to partake in the decision ...
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Asylum seeker sues the Commonwealth for false imprisonment

Last month, the Federal Court criticized the conduct of the Acting Immigration Minister Alan Tudge and said he had "unlawfully deprived" the man PDWL – an Afghani asylum seeker of his liberty, after the minister failed to immediately release PDWL from ...
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