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InstaReM – customer experience & convenience drive 24% volume growth

Docklands, March 22: During a recent briefing to South Asia-focused media and community leaders, Vinoth Manoharan, Country Manager of InstaReM said that the “South Asian & Indian corridor is very exciting for InstaReM, and we strive to deliver the best-quality experience to our Indian and other South Asian customers. “Our focus on customer experience and…

Forecast – Melbourne to take a sharp downturn in Property values in 2019

Melbourne, January 8: Home and property values in Melbourne peaked and began to fall in almost every region, with the decline tipped to continue through to this year. In fact, the fast decline will most likely outpace Sydney in housing price declines. In December, Sydney recorded a 1.8 per cent monthly drop compared to Melbourne’s…

Rare opportunity to Time the Property Market to your benefit

Property investors are entering ‘unchartered territory’ as they can finally ‘time the market’ to their own benefit. Melbourne, January 7: RiskWise Property Research CEO Doron Peleg described an ‘extremely unusual’ set of circumstances which meant investors could enter the market at just the right time to minimise their risk and get better capital growth. “What…

Opportunities for Australian Minerals with Australia-India trade

Robust movement in Indian Economic Growth corridors has led to an increased demand for Australian minerals and technology, notwithstanding bumpy ride ahead Melbourne, Oct 17: India is set to be the world’s most populous country in the next 10 years and forging ahead to be the second-biggest economy in the world. India’s population has propelled…

Mobiles to be faster, thinner and flexible – Ankur Sharma’s semiconductor

International student Ankur Sharma invents semiconductor that can convert electricity into light very efficiently and is bendable Sydney, October 5: As technology updates and improves constantly, it also leaves behind an enormous e-waste that all goes to the landfill. Australia produces 200,000 tonnes of e-waste every year, generated by discarded electronic devices. We produce a…

Death threat allegation & Defamation claim swipes Indian-origin Real Estate agents

Melbourne, July 13: A recent property listing in Melbourne’s west, resulted in an assault charge, defamation suit, an intervention order application and finally an out-of-court settlement between Indian origin real estate agents. The recent growth in real estate in Melbourne’s inner-west corridors, has witnessed fierce listing competition between real estate agents in Melbourne’s west. This…

Australia India Business Council signs MoU for bilateral Travel and Tourism

MoU with Australia India Travel & Tourism Council marks milestone in bilateral partnership Melbourne, July 5: Australia India Business Council (AIBC), the peak body facilitating bi-lateral trade and investment between Australia and India marked a milestone in bilateral relationship. AIBC signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) at Sofitel Wentworth in Sydney, with Australia India Travel…

Obsolete FIFA Rules for 90-minutes Football matches demand Genuine Corrections

In a recently published research work of Prof. Ranjit Biswas, some major changes termed as “corrections of obsolete FIFA Rules” have been proposed. Melbourne, June 17: As the World Cup FOOTBALL fever take precedence, many aficionados are not simply happy to bask in the revelry. Not being satisfied with the results of many of the past…

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