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Tim Paine’s sledge rings true for ‘Babysitter’ Rishabh Pant at Kirribilli

Rishabh Pant has had verbal scuffling with Bonnie Paine’s husband, Tim Paine – MCG January 2: In the world of cricket, field trash talk stays on the field, but the pleasant rivalry between opposing wicketkeepers during the Australia-India series has strayed off-field – straight into the Kirribilli House. Heard over the newly turned-up stump microphones, Australian…

Australia based College owner, Wajib Ali elected to Rajasthan Assembly

Melbourne, December 23: Wajib Ali, a 36 year old Indian based in Melbourne has been elected as Member of Legislative Assembly of Rajasthan from the Nagar constituency in Bharatpur, Rajasthan. Ali went to Jamia Millia Islamia in Delhi before coming to Australia for higher studies. He graduated from Central Queensland University, Sydney in 2007. Since…

Indian Wellness expert urges Australians to consider holistic treatments

Sydney, December 4: Renowned holistic health and wellness consultant and Chairman and Managing and Medical Director of SOUKYA, Dr Issac Mathai has called on Australian health, wellness and wellbeing experts to consider holistic treatments and methods during his recent trip to Australia. Addressing two high-profile boardroom luncheons in Sydney and Melbourne recently, Dr Mathai highlighted…

By far, the best economics of quality science education

Prof-Ashokkumar-Muthupandian

Good news for Indian international students When it comes to education, genuine students would want to go to the very best colleges and Universities to complete their degrees. No wonder, the world has seen students from developing countries travelling in droves to developed countries for further education and paying huge amounts of money for it….

School Students & Celebrities protest Climate Change, Adani

‘Strike 4 Climate Action’ brings thousands of students together across Australia Melbourne, December 1: Thousands of schoolchildren across Australia walked out of class on Friday, to demand action by the federal government on climate change. The “Strike 4 Climate Action”, inspired by 15 year old Swedish student Greta Thunberg, brought together children in capital cities and 20…

Nawazuddin Siddiqui wins Best Actor at 12th APSA in Brisbane

joining previous winners Rajkummar Rao & Manoj Bajpayee, Siddiqui reigns for India Brisbane, November 30: Nawazuddin Siddiqui was named Best Actor for his outstanding performance in Manto at the Asia Pacfic Screen Awards  (APSA) in Brisbane last night. Siddiqui’s win marks the third consecutive year Indian actors have won in this category following Rajkummar Rao…

Indian President extols Australia India relationship as Knowledge Partners

President Kovind calls for Enhanced Sci-Tech and Innovation Relations Melbourne, November 23: “As friends and as partners, India and Australia are very fortunate,” President of India, Shri Ram Nath Kovind said addressing students and members of the community at the University of Melbourne, today. On the third day of his visit to Australia, in Melbourne,…

Indian President Kovind urges Australian businesses to invest in India

President Kovind deliberates on India’s target of 175 gigawatts of renewable energy by 2022; 5 point co-operation agreements formally signed Sydney, November 23: Visiting Indian President Ram Nath Kovind exhorted Australian businesses to “hop, skip and jump” to India to benefit from the country’s remarkable growth story. Delivering the annual AIBC national Australia India Address…

Manorism – Hot music acts at Cricket alongside Indian cultural event

Dandenong, November 21: Cricket enthusiasts will be treated to an incredible line-up of musical talent with local multicultural band like Manorism playing at the Indian Summer Festival – a free, three-day community and cultural festival to coincide with the Australia vs. India Boxing Day Test in Melbourne at the iconic MCG. The festival will feature local emerging artists…

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