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Poshik Sharma goes missing, body found

R. VenuGopal, Bharat Times Poshik Sharma, an Indian student in Melbourne, has been found dead in tragic but strange and unusual circumstances. His death is not being treated as suspicious. Rescue search for Poshik, who went missing after arguing with his friends at Duck Inn, a pub in Marysville, rural Victoria last week ended in…

Kohli’s 9,1,1 calls for his removal as captain

India had been favourites to win the ICC World Cup 2019 trophy on 14 July, but now Indians head home losing to New Zealand by 18 runs in an unlosable match Kohli lost. I know two other top order batsmen, Rohit Sharma and KL Rahul also did not play well and scored only 1 run…

88% rise in people taking up Australian Citizenship

Canberra, 28 June: The Morrison Government continues to focus on Australian citizenship processing and creating a common bond between communities through Australian citizenship. Between 1 July 2018 and 31 May 2019, more than 132,000 citizenship by conferral applications have been approved, up from 70,000 in the same period last year. This represents an increase of…

Amitabh Bachchan in Australian campaign against blindness in India

Melbourne, June 20: Australian charity The Fred Hollows Foundation is supporting a new campaign featuring Bollywood bigwig Amitabh Bachchan, aimed at promoting eye health in Uttar Pradesh. Under The Foundation’s SEE NOW campaign, which launched in Uttar Pradesh this week, Bachchan has an urgent but simple message for tens of millions of Indians – go…

Now you can bring your parents for 3, 5 up to 10 years

Canberra, 17 June: It is fantastic news for those who want to bring their parents to Australia to be with them and to have parents living with their young children for longer periods up to five years at a time. Immigration minister David Coleman and Prime Minister Scott Morrison announced this in March and have…

Adani project delivers Sco-Momentum in Australian 2019 elections

Melbourne, May 20: Scott Morrison defied all polls and pundits and led the Coalition to a stunning victory in 2019 elections. Claiming victory Prime Minister Morrison paid tribute to the “quiet Australians” who had delivered the Liberal Party victory. “I have always believed in miracles,” he said. “And tonight we’ve been delivered another one. How…

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