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BCCI had ICC’s permission to wear Army camouflage caps

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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 killed in Pulwama, Kashmir in that infamous terrorist attack on the CRPF convoy when 40 jawans were killed on the…

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 total of 500 people are expected to participate in this project, the research will also record a partner’s beliefs about…

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 Early Learning’, the centre will complete Windermere’s commitment to providing educational facilities on-site, with two public primary schools, one public…

New political year heralds grim times for Liberals & Nationals

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by Nicholas Economou   As Australia Day and its attendant controversies become a fading memory, the national political debate resumes after the Christmas – New Year holiday period. For those who have forgotten, here is a re-cap of where the debate is at. As a result of a host of dreadful by-election results for the…

1984 Anti-Sikh Riots: A New Case for State Compensation

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The Sajjan Kumar verdict by the Delhi High Court presents a new case for proper state compensation for Sajjan Kumar victims. While most law experts have been busy deciphering the Delhi High Court’s judgement in Sajjan Kumar’s case for its implications in the cases to come against Jagdish Tytler and possibly Kamal Nath, not much…

Rise in Top VCE achievers from State Schools – offered Scholarships

Melbourne, December 20: The wait was officially over for thousands of students who completed the final chapter of their secondary schooling this year, with results released December 14. A total of 43 top VCE achievers were offered a Melbourne Chancellor’s Scholarship. Minister for Education James Merlino congratulated more than 64,000 students across the state who received…

Prof Veena can turn your old clothing into high-end building material

Sydney, December 19: Don’t throw out your old clothing – researchers at UNSW Sydney have developed an effective process to turn old clothing and textiles into high-quality building products such as flat panels. These high-end composite products can have a wood veneer look or a ceramic-style finish and were lab tested for qualities such as…

Neelam Rai does well despite her unceremonious exit from Nov Election

Neelam Rai Dhingra a Liberal party candidate for the Victorian upper house berth in the Northern Metro Region had to quit after accusations of her links with an unregistered charity “No Hunger” were made in a story published in the Herald Sun last month. Her name at no. 3 behind Craig Ondarchie and Evan Mulholland,…

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