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16-Jun-2019 Sydney

Asthma patients skipping doses owing to high cost: Study

Out-of-pocket costs are preventing many people from taking vital asthma medication, says a new study, calling for urgent interventions to promote discussions between patients  and doctors about the cost of medicines to treat asthma.The most commonly prescribed...

13-Jun-2019 Sydney

High calorie diet causes brain health to decline faster: Study

The unhealthy habits of modern-day living with a diet high in calories may cause brain health to deteriorate faster, according to an Australian study published on Thursday.Compared to 50 years ago, people currently consume an average of around 650 extra...

05-Jun-2019 Sydney

P.V. Sindhu, Sameer Verma record victories at Australian Open

P.V. Sindhu and Sameer Verma entered the second round of the $150,000 Australian Open World Tour Super 300 tournament on Wednesday.While Sindhu beat Indonesia's Choirunnisa 21-14, 21-9 in a one-sided affair, Verma got the better of Malaysia's Lee Zii Jia...

31-May-2019 Sydney

Depression may put women at risk of chronic diseases

Women who experience symptoms of depression, even without a clinical diagnosis, are at an increased risk of developing multiple chronic diseases, according to a study.The study, published in the journal American Psychological Association Health Psychology,...

24-May-2019 Sydney

Lights On! It’s Time To Shine For Vivid Sydney 2019

visitors which was a 37 per cent increase on 2017,” Mr Ayres said.All eyes turned to the world-famous Sydney Opera House at 6pm tonight marking the start of the festival for the Lighting of the Sails, created by LA-based artist Andrew Thomas Huang and featuring...

14-May-2019 Sydney

Chewing gum additive linked to colorectal cancer

A food additive which is commonly used as a whitening agent in products such as chewing gum and mayonnaise could lead to inflammatory bowel diseases and colorectal cancer, warns a study.The study conducted in mice investigated health impacts of food additive...

26-Apr-2019 Sydney

Eating comfort food in stress will add extra kilos

Eating too much high-calorie food is anyway bad for health but under stress, sugary and high-fat diet can lead to more weight gain than in normal situations, says a study.During an experiment on mice, the team discovered that a high-calorie diet when combined...

12-Jan-2019 Sydney

Rohit's ton in vain as India lose 1st ODI

Opener Rohit Sharma's valiant 133-run knock went in vain as India lost the opening One-day International to Australia by 34 runs at the Sydney Cricket Ground (SCG) here on Saturday.Chasing a healthy 289, Rohit anchored India's innings with a breezy 129-ball...

12-Jan-2019 Sydney

Would be happy if Dhoni bats at four : Rohit Sharma

India vice-captain Rohit Sharma feels that MS Dhoni should bat at No.4, although adding that the iconic former skipper is ready to fit in anywhere for the team's cause.Dhoni laboured to a 96-ball 51 before departing as India lost the first of the three One...

07-Jan-2019 Sydney

Cheteshwar Pujara, bowlers pulled off historic series win

India, Pakistan and Sri Lanka have all won the World Cup yet they have not won a bilateral Test series in Australia. India became the first team from the subcontinent to create history and it took 71 years for them to win a series Down Under.Over the years,...

07-Jan-2019 Sydney

India registers maiden Test series win in Australia

The Virat Kohli-led Indian team registered its name in history books after winning their first-ever Test series in Australia here on Monday.After the visiting team won the Adelaide and Melbourne Test of the series, the fifth and final Test at the Sydney...

06-Jan-2019 Sydney

4th Test : Australia trail by 316 as India hold upper hand on Day 4

India dominated the proceedings on the fourth day of the fourth and final Test match against Australia, enforcing the follow-on even as rain and bad light forced umpires to call off play early.Australia were at 6/0 in the second innings and trail by 316 runs...

04-Jan-2019 Sydney

4th Test: Indian domination continues on Day 2, declare at 622/7

Brilliant batting efforts from Cheteshwar Pujara and Rishabh Pant, along with a useful contribution from Ravindra Jadeja, helped India continue their domination on the second day of the fourth and final cricket Test as Australia trailed by 598 runs here on Friday.In...

04-Jan-2019 Sydney

Disappointed for not getting century : Mayank Agarwal

Rookie opener Mayank Agarwal, who played a brilliant innings of 77 on the opening day of the fourth Test against Australia on Thursday, said he is disappointed for not reaching his maiden international century despite a good start.Agarwal was close to his maiden...

03-Jan-2019 Sydney

4th Test: Pujara ton boosts India on Day 1

Cheteshwar Pujara came up with a typically gritty century as India posted 303/4 in their first innings at stumps on the opening day of the fourth cricket Test against Australia here on Thursday.Pujara was batting on 130 when the umpires decided to call it a day....

10-Dec-2018 Adelaide

Our lower middle order could have done better : Virat Kohli

Pointing his gun at the misfiring Indian lower middle order after the hard-fought 31-run win over Australia in the opening Test here, skipper Virat Kohli on Monday urged the batters to rise to the occasion in the second Test at Perth starting from Friday.Kohli...

10-Dec-2018 Adelaide

India beat Australia by 31 runs in Adelaide Test

India on Monday earned a hard-fought 1-0 lead in the four-match Test series after beating Australia by 31 runs in the opening cricket Test at the Adelaide Oval here.This is the sixth Test win for India on Australian soil.Chasing a massive 323, Australia's...

27-Nov-2018 Sydney

Aim is to win Test series in Australia : Ishant Sharma

India's pacer Ishant Sharma on Tuesday said that the team is focused on winning the four-match Test series starting December 6 in Adelaide.Ishant said no player is thinking about the personal performance, rather all players have one aim of winning the Test series."The...

25-Nov-2018 Sydney

Ancient genetic mechanism's discovery to aid treatment: Study

Researchers have found new evidence of advanced DNA regulation in an ancient marine organism that shows crucial mechanisms turning genes on and off may have originated much earlier than thought, a discovery that points to better understanding of genetic processes...

21-Nov-2018 Brisbane

Pant's presence could have changed first T20I's outcome : Virat Kohli

India skipper Virat Kohli felt stumper Rishabh Pant's wicket was the turning point in their narrow 4-run loss to Australia in the rain-affected first T20 International at the Gabba here on Wednesday.Australia rode on a collective top order effort to post 158/4...

21-Nov-2018 Brisbane

Stonis stars in Aussies' 4-run win in first T20I

All-rounder Marcus Stoinis starred in Australia's 4-run win over India in the rain-affected first T20 International at the Gabba here on Wednesday.After belting an unbeaten 19-ball 33 to propel the hosts to 158/4 in 17 overs, Stoinis picked up two crucial wickets...

20-Nov-2018 Brisbane

For me aggression is passion to win : Virat Kohli

Indian skipper Virat Kohli, who is known for his aggressive approach on the field, on Tuesday said aggression for him is passion to win the game for his country.Kohli said to many people aggression means something else but for him it is the passion to win at...

19-Nov-2018 Brisbane

Want to make it count this time around : Rohit Sharma

India's vice captain Rohot Sharma on Monday said the team played a few close matches in Australia the last time around, but want to make it count on the current tour.Rohit said it feels good to perform in Australia as it gives a player a lot of confidence."The...

18-Nov-2018 Brisbane

Injured Hardik Pandya will be missed : Ravi Shastri

India's head coach Ravi Shastri on Sunday said all-rounder Hardik Pandya will be missed during the tough Australian tour starting from Wednesday as he provides proper balance to the side.Hardik had suffered an acute lower back spasm during the game against Pakistan...

16-Nov-2018 Sydney

Omega-3 fatty acids reduce preterm birth risk : Study

Increasing the intake of omega-3 fatty acids during pregnancy reduces the risk of premature births, says a new research.While the length of most pregnancies is between 38 and 42 weeks, the earlier a baby is born, the greater the risk of death or poor health.Premature...

11-Oct-2018 Sydney

Sydney match could decide Bolt's footballing future

Former Olympic sprint star Usain Bolt is expected to make his first start as a professional footballer on Friday evening, when the Central Coast Mariners take on Macarthur South West United in a charity fixture here.Although he made his debut on the wing for...

11-Oct-2018 Sydney

Inaction makes sexual harassment survivors feel disempowered : Study

Many young women and girls in Delhi, Kampala, Lima Madrid and Sydney feel unsafe due to increasing incidents of abuse and harassment, a global study has found, that also pointed at society's indifference and inaction which disempowers the survivor."Constant...

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...

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