Covid-19 Cure Patanjali Ayurveda

In grip of COVID-19 pandemic, any news of a cure or treatment medicine which can help people infected with the virus, will come as the imaginably the biggest blessing of the century. Well, if what Balkrishna, the CEO of Patanjali Ayurveda has said in Haridwar is true, then this worldRead More →

Derek Chauvin George Floyd

By now we all know George Floyd, the black American who died under the knee of police officer Derek Chauvin on May 25 in Minneapolis in the US state of Minnesota. The death created worldwide outrage and it further enraged global citizens when initially it was announced that no criminalRead More →

Scomosas - Morrison samosas

Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison ended the month of May, putting the doom and gloom of COVID-19 aside for the day and delved into making samosas. Good to see the busiest man in the country – relaxing on the weekend venturing into something most people would not have thought theirRead More →

Lisa Neville PSOs

Protective Services Officers (PSOs) will be able to be deployed to shopping centres, sporting precincts and other highly populated areas to help prevent crime and support community safety, under new laws introduced into Parliament today. Minister for Police and Emergency Services Lisa Neville said the Police and Emergency Legislation AmendmentRead More →

COVIDSafe new Normal

The effects of the COVID-19 panic have caused a massive changes to our daily lives, changes that have often happened rapidly and abruptly. Life adjustments often come with a wide range of experiences and emotions. And this COVIDSafe New Normal warrants many. Sometimes that transition can feel smooth and otherRead More →

4 tests India_Australia series

Finally, the cricket is on and soon to play a 4 Tests series Indian cricket team will travel to Australia this summer. They will play Tests in Brisbane, Adelaide, Melbourne and Sydney skipping the famous Western Australia Cricket Association (WACA) ground in Perth. The schedule for the four Tests announcedRead More →

Amphan devastation

Cyclone Amphan has wreaked havoc for 4.5 million people across Odisha and killed at least 72 people in West Bengal. It hit India’s eastern coast with wind speeds of up to 185 kph affecting 1,500 villages in Odisha, tearing down power lines, uprooting trees, caused flooding, triggering mass evacuations andRead More →

employers shocked federal court

Australian employers are shocked with the the federal Court’s decision against labour hire firm WorkPac has given a new entitlement to casual employees in Australia. The full bench of the Federal court on Wednesday found that casual workers employed on a regular, permanent basis are entitled to annual, sick andRead More →