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17-Aug-2018 Sydney

Teenager Apple fan hacks into its secure systems

An Australian teenager pleaded guilty to charges of hacking into Apple's secure systems and said that he was a fan of the technology giant and hoped to work there one day, the media reported.The 16-year-old boy is facing criminal charges after the technology...

29-Jun-2018 Adelaide, Australia

Australia-India Ministerial Dialogue on Education Cooperation

India and Australia today reaffirmed the commitment made by Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi and his Australian counterpart, Mr. Malcolm Turnbull in April 2017 to strengthen the education, training and research relationship between the two countries. This...

26-Jun-2018 Canberra, Australia

15th India-Australia Joint Ministerial Commission held in Australia

The 15th India-Australia Joint Ministerial Commission (JMC) was held on 25thJune 2018, in Canberra, Australia.  The meeting was jointly chaired by Minister of Commerce & Industry and Civil Aviation, Suresh Prabhu and Australian Minister for Trade,...

25-Jun-2018 Sydney

The aim of the film is to awaken the Manto in all of us : Nandita Das

Based on the notion of the freedom of expression, Indian filmmaker Nandita Das' film "Manto" -- on the life of maverick writer and creative rebel Saadat Hasan Manto -- seems to have hit the jackpot with timing, given the issue is a hot topic not only in India...

25-Apr-2018 Sydney

Vivid Sydney 2018: The biggest celebration of lights, music and art

This summer make the most of your holidays and head to Sydney to be a part of the biggest celebration of lights, music and ideas at Vivid Sydney. The 23 day long multi-award-winning winter festival will see Sydney illuminate with creativity and innovation...

06-Apr-2018 Gold Coast (Australia)

K. Sanjita Chanu, Deepak Lather strike medals at CWG

Indian weightlifters continued their highly impressive medal-winning performances as K. Sanjita Chanu and Deepak Lather clinched gold and bronze respectively at the 21st Commonwealth Games (CWG) here on Friday.Sanjita won in the women's 53 kilogram category...

04-Apr-2018 Gold Coast (Australia)

P. V. Sindhu leads Indian contingent at Commonwealth Games

Star shuttler P.V Sindhu led the Indian contingent at a glittering opening ceremony which launched the 21st edition of the Commonwealth Games here on Wednesday.The Rio Olympics silver medallist carried the tri-colour at the head of the Indian contingent,...

29-Mar-2018 Sydney

Steve Smith apologizes for 'failure of his leadership'

Breaking down repeatedly during a press conference, a distraught former Australia skipper Steve Smith on Thursday apologised for his involvement in the ball tampering scandal and took full responsibility for it.Smith, who along with his deputy David Warner was...

29-Mar-2018 Sydney

David Warner apologizes for 'damaging' cricket

Breaking his silence on the ball tampering scandal, disgraced Australian opener David Warner on Friday apologized for "the distress he has caused the sport and its fans"."To cricket fans in Australia and all over the world, I am currently on my way to Sydney....

29-Mar-2018 Sydney/Johannesburg

Ball-tampering: Smith, Warner, Bancroft apologise; Lehmann quits

The banned Australian trio of Steve Smith, David Warner and Cameron Bancroft on Thursday issued apologies for their involvement in a ball tampering incident with the sacked captain taking full responsibility for it while head coach Darren Lehmann, cleared...

07-Mar-2018 Sydney

US will gain nothing by imposing tariffs : Malcolm Turnbull

Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull on Wednesday said the US will not gain anything by imposing tariffs on steel and aluminium, and a trade war will only curtail opportunities and choices for the citizens."There is literally nothing to be gained in the US......

27-Feb-2018 Sydney

31 killed in 7.5-magnitude Papua New Guinea quake

At least 31 people were killed and over 300 others injured after an earthquake measuring 7.5 on the Richter scale hit Papua New Guinea. the US Geological Survey (USGS) said on Tuesday.According to the USGS, the tremor struck late Monday night at a depth...

21-Jan-2018 Sydney

We showed great character : Eoin Morgan

England skipper Eoin Morgan praised his team's character after they defeated Australia by 16 runs to take an unassailable 3-0 lead in the five-match One-Day International (ODI) cricket series here on Sunday.Jos Buttler's 100 not out took England to 302/6 in...

31-Dec-2017 Sydney

6 killed in Sydney seaplane crash

All six occupants on board a tourist seaplane were killed on Sunday after it crashed into a bay north of Sydney in southeastern Australia.Authorities said they had recovered three bodies from the plane, a DHC-2 Beaver owned by the Sydney Seaplanes Pty Ltd,...

22-Dec-2017 Sydney

Melbourne attack has no link to terrorism : Malcolm Turnbull

Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull on Friday said the car attack incident on Thursday in Melbourne was not a terrorist act, although the suspect claimed to have acted due to mistreatment of Muslims.The driver of the vehicle, a 32-year-old Australian citizen...

17-Dec-2017 Sydney

Cave paintings treasure trove found on Indonesian island

Researchers have found that a tiny Indonesian island, previously unexplored by archaeologists, is very rich in ancient cave paintings dating from at least 2,500 years ago.The team uncovered a total of 28 rock art sites on the island of Kisar which measures just...

06-Dec-2017 Sydney

'Dangal' wins Best Film at Australian gala

Superstar Aamir Khan-starrer "Dangal" was on Wednesday named the Best Asian Film at the 7th Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts (AACTA) Awards.Veteran actress Shabana Azmi, a member of the Grand Jury for Best Asian Film, on Wednesday tweeted: "'Dangal'...

06-Dec-2017 Sydney

Anupam Kher ecstatic over compliments from Phillip Noyce

Veteran actor Anupam Kher says compliments by Australian film director Phillip Noyce made him feel on top of the world.Anupam on Tuesday night shared a video having a conversation with Noyce, known for directing films like "Salt", "The Bone Collector" and "The...

14-Nov-2017 Sydney

Regular exercises can improve brain functioning : Study

Are you having difficulty in memorising phone numbers or other valuable data for long term use? You need to start exercising to improve your emory functioning.Indulging in aerobic exercises can help you increase the brain size that further enhances the memory...

05-Nov-2017 Australia

Navika Sagar Parikrama - INSV Tarini Departs from Fremantle

The Indian Naval Sailing Vessel (INSV) Tarini left Fremantle, Australia this morning (05 Nov 17) for its onwards journey to Lyttleton, New Zealand. INSV Tarini had arrived at Fremantle on 23 October 2017 after completion of first leg of its maiden voyage...

01-Nov-2017 Sydney

Australian snakes have Asian origins: Study

Ancient species of Australian lizards and snakes, including some of the world's most deadliest, migrated from Asia to the southern continent as early as 30 million years ago, according to a study.About 85 per cent of the more than 1,000 snake and lizard species...

15-Oct-2017 SYDNEY

Chris Hemsworth will do Bollywood film with great script

Australian actor Chris Hemsworth is game for working in the Hindi film industry if he is offered a "great script".Asked if he is open to work in a Bollywood film, Hemsworth told IANS in a round table conference here: "Sure. I'd go where the fun is and then scripts...

15-Oct-2017 SYDNEY

I can do straight roles in Bollywood: Mark Ruffalo

Hollywood actor Mark Ruffalo, popular for his onscreen character the Hulk, says though he cannot sing and dance, he can do performance-oriented roles in Bollywood.Ruffalo, whose career spans about three decades in Hollywood and who has been seen in popular entertainers...

04-Oct-2017 SYDNEY

Malcolm Turnbull pushes for facial recognition database

Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull on Wednesday said that his government has proposed a measure to include photographs and driving license information in the facial recognition database as part of the fight against terrorism."You can't allow the risk of...

29-Sep-2017 Sydney

Sharks, rays live longer than previously estimated: Study

An Australian university study published on Friday found a number of errors in the way the age of sharks and rays have been measured, and which actually live 18 years longer than previously estimated.James Cook University researcher Alastair Harry conducted...

19-Sep-2017 Sydney

Taking a break from dieting could be key to weight loss

Struggling hard to lose weight even with a controlled diet? Avoid continuous dieting and take a two-week break as this may help keep the kilos off, suggests a new study.According to researchers, dieting altered a series of biological processes in the body, which...

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