High Blood Pressure - HealthDay

Having high blood pressure for long periods may increase the chance of small vessel damage in the brain, which has been linked to dementia and stroke, according to a new study. Scientists have long known high blood pressure, also called hypertension, can lead to stroke, and past studies also haveRead More →

rental owner Tax Time

The Australian Taxation Office is aware that residential rental property owners may be concerned about how COVID-19, floods, or bushfires have reduced their income. This may be a result of tenants paying less or entering deferred payments plans, or travel restrictions which have affected demand for short-term rental properties. New legislationRead More →

VCE students worried

With Victorian schools having gone online, their regular mode of teaching totally disrupted, VCE students are worried about their VCE 2020 results. Victorian educational institution TSFX has surveyed over 3,500 current VCE students to gauge their feelings on home learning and its effects on their 2020 studies. 97% of students areRead More →

Sikh Refugee

They can leave Punjab and relocate to Delhi, the Court says Melbourne: In a decision which was utterly disappointing for a Punjabi couple who, after going through various levels of Australian courts, have been refused Subclass 866 permanent protection visa by the Federal Court. This visa is granted to refugeesRead More →

PCA Muscle Models

Melbourne based Lucky Sharma is ‘Mr London 2019’, having represented Australia at the international PCA bodybuilding championship held in London, last month. The Indian-origin Champion Bodybuilder, who is now a proud father to a little girl and also manages a Health Supplements business, said that it was his family thatRead More →

India World T20 focus

India don’t need split captaincy, says Sourav Ganguly While many cricketing nations are experimenting with split captaincy – having one for the Test matches and and another for the shorter form of the game namely ODIs and T20s, India is thinking otherwise. The idea of split captaincy works in favourRead More →

Anil Shastri

AIII, Australian Indian Innovations Inc. celebrated their 18th Diwali festival at Springers Leisure Centre, Tattersons Park, Keysborough on Sunday, 20 October. The program, a day full of entertainment, fun and frolic – culminating into grand fireworks attracted the regulars and many first timers. And to their surprise, Mr Anil ShastriRead More →

INDIA RCEP Bangkok 2019

Doubts over India joining RCEP by Dinesh Malhotra Bharat Times BANGKOK, November 5: Living in the worrisome global trade environment created by the U.S.-China trade war, Southeast Asian leaders, , pushed for a deal on what could be the world’s largest trade bloc on Sunday as officials worked behind theRead More →