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Malala Yousafzai joins Nobel Laureates to Urge for India, Pakistan Peace

New Delhi, March 4: In a joint appeal, led by India’s Nobel peace laureate Kailash Satyarthi, 66 Nobel laureates from across the world have urged the PMs of India and Pakistan to defuse the rising tension to avoid any escalation into a full-fledged war between the two nuclear powered states. In the appeal, the laureates and…

Bangladeshi origin former taxi driver is ISIS ‘admin’ in Australia

Sydney, March 2: A former Sydney taxi driver of Bangladeshi origin has been linked to Islamic State, (ISIS) accused of administering the group’s encrypted messages. He currently lives in Sydney with his wife, children and step-children, according to the online vigilante group Ghost Squad Hack. The man originally from Bangladesh is now an Australian citizen….

Why Priyanka did not attend ‘bestie’ Meghan Markle’s baby shower


As Meghan Markle’s friends celebrated her baby shower in New York, Meghan’s BFF Priyanka Chopra gave it a miss New York, February 22: Meghan and Priyanka’s friendship has been in the news ever since the Desi girl attended her royal wedding last year. Priyanka Chopra and Duchess of Sussex, Meghan Markle have stayed friends even…

US Government’s fake university traps Indians

Fake-Uni of ICE, US

Michigan, February 1: The US government’s own Department of Homeland Security laid a trap to catch the unsuspecting scammers involved in the trade of illegal entry and stay called “pay and stay”. They set up a fake university – the University of Farmington in Farmington Hills, Michigan which billed itself as a “nationally accredited business…

SriLankan Airlines plans to win over Indian passengers with love  

SL Business-class-with-logo

Melbourne, 23 January: SriLankan Airlines in Melbourne organized an information evening for the media here today to have a dialogue with the people of Australian and Indian sub-continent – who are their current and potential clients. The airline came to Melbourne in the second half of 2017 and now offers daily direct flights to Columbo …

Pakistani reporter Asad Hashim wins AFP’s Kate Webb Prize for journalistic crusade

Freelance reporter Asad Hashim wins the 2018 AFP (Agence France-Presse) Kate Webb Prize for his coverage of the plight of ethnic Pashtuns and blasphemy issues in his native Pakistan Melbourne, January 14: The prize, with a 3,000 euro purse, honours journalists working in perilous or difficult conditions in Asia, and is named after a crusading…

Australia in dilemma after Fiji denies citizenship of jihadist Neil Prakash

Melbourne, January 9: Once believed to be dead, Australia’s most wanted Islamist terrorist, Neil Prakash, whose father is Fiji-Indian, was arrested while trying to cross over from war-torn Syria into Turkey. Prakash was using false documents and a fake name, when he was arrested by Turkish officials in October 2016 after leaving Islamic State-controlled territory….

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