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Gang of Indo-Sri Lankan pickpockets – 2 Indians caught in Melbourne

Indian pickpockets in Melbourne

The latest feather or shall we say blemish for the Indian community is charging by Victoria police of two Indian pickpockets, a sad start to 2020 for the local Indian community. With the latest embarrassment caused to the Indian community by a man-woman duo, words of the famous Australian population researcher

Pool & Spa + Outdoor Living Expo 2020 

SPASA - Pool & Spa Expo 2020

SOAK UP SOME INSPIRATION Australians have a deep love affair with their backyard pools, and with over 2.7 million Australians living in a home with a private pool (according to 2018 Roy Morgan research), thousands are expected to flock to the SPASA Victoria Pool & Spa + Outdoor Living Expo

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

By far, the best economics of quality science education


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

Celebrate India’s Sing for Diwali – Light for Diwali launched


Melbourne October 30: Among many dignitaries of academic fields, a proud chairperson of Celebrate India Inc. promised a bigger and better festival of Diwali to all Victorians at the launch of a week-long extravaganza at a function organized at the University of Melbourne. Professor Muthupandian Ashokkumar, Assistant Vice Chancellor for

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