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Susan Saldanha wins ‘International Student of the Year – Higher Education’ Study Melbourne Award

PHOTO (left to right): Tejas Dushmukh, Katelyn Sutton, Susan Saldanha, Manager International Student Services Joanna Shaw

Melbourne, November 26: La Trobe University student, Susan Saldanha is named 'International Student of the Year – Higher Education' at the 2019 Victorian International Education Awards (VIEA), presented by Study Melbourne. The award recognizes the Bachelor of Commerce/Bachelor of Health Sciences student’s dedication to enhancing international student experiences at La Trobe, her

‘Oz India ties’, Tony Abbott’s personal mission

Good news for friends of Indian diaspora down under, Oz India ties - will now be Tony Abbott's personal mission. One of the first  Prime Ministers of a country to visit Narendra Modi after his 2014 election win, Tony Abbott was back in India last month to deliver 10th India Foundation

Bill Gates calls on Narendra Modi

Bill Gates with PM Narendra Modi

New Delhi November 18: Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi today had a meeting with Mr. Bill Gates, Co-Chair, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, during the latter’s three-day visit to India. The two had last met in September in New York, on the sidelines of the meeting of the United Nations

University Of Melbourne wins Victoria’s Top Exporter honours

University of Melbourne

Victoria’s international education sector has won big yet again after the University of Melbourne was named Victorian Exporter of the Year at the 40th Governor of Victoria Export Awards (GOVEAs). The University of Melbourne also took out the International Education and Training award, the GOVEA successes showing how the university has incorporated

India dominates ASEAN, RCEP summits’ agenda

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 the scenes to try

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