17 Sep

Crimes against international students in Australia: 2005–09

A report into the incidence of assault and robbery crimes against overseas students in Australia between 2005- 2009 has been released by the Australian Institute of Criminology (AIC).  Crimes against international students in Australia: 2005–09  Jacqueline Joudo Larsen, Jason Payne, Adam Tomison  A key part of the Australian Institute of Criminology’s role is to provide a capacity […]

21 Oct

The (Un)Making of Tony Abbott

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One of the most noticeable things of Australian politics since the past 2 years not been the midnight axing of Kevin Rudd or the ascendancy of Julia Gillard to the post of PM, it has been the remarkable story of the ability of Tony Abbott to influence the course of political debate in this country […]

11 Aug

Crimes against international students in Australia: 2005–09

A report into the incidence of assault and robbery crimes against overseas students in Australia between 2005- 2009 has been released by the Australian Institute of Criminology (AIC).  Crimes against international students in Australia: 2005–09  Jacqueline Joudo Larsen, Jason Payne, Adam Tomison  A key part of the Australian Institute of Criminology’s role is to provide […]

10 Aug

Indian Consulate Statement on Usman Khawaja’s visa

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In a press release dated August 10, 2011, Indian consulate in Sydney has clarified that the report in media about denial of visa to Usman Khawaja is wrong. In a report in Sydney Morning Herald, it was alleged that USMAN KHAWAJA is involved in an embarrassing bureaucratic bungle with India that has forced cricket authorities […]

08 Aug

Australian Alumni Excellence Awards 2011 Presented in India

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The 2011Australian Alumni Excellence Awards were presented at an awards ceremony held in Chennai. The Awards recognise and honour the alumni who have attained exemplary achievements in their field of specialisation at a national, regional or international level. As well as those who have contributed significantly to the betterment of Australian education and their institution […]

28 Jul

Interview with Bollywood Singer KK

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Bollywood Singer KK is a modern day singing sensation who has been belting out hit songs at a phenomenal pace. He gets it right most of the time and all his songs make it to the super hit list. KK has amazing vocal chord power and is also an extremely down to earth person. He […]

20 Jul

ISI’s covert lobbying operations in the US EXPOSED!

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Read the below link as to how Pakistani Agents have been exposed in USA. http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/world/us/US-exposes-ISI-subversion-of-Kashmir-issue-FBI-arrests-US-based-lobbyist/articleshow/9289454.cms IAKF was established in 1991 to inform the world community of the oppression against Kashmiri Pandits that led to their forced exile from Kashmir due to the influx of fundamentalist Islamic terrorism. IAKF wishes to raise awareness of the human […]

19 Jul

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Reshaping India Australia Relations There has been speculation that the relationship between this region’s largest democracies, India and Australia has lost its political traction and that the Labour government has had a different perception of the relationship, thanks to Kevin Rudd. Post Howard era has seen a steady decline in interest of the top leadership […]

15 Jul

Chronology of major blasts in India

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Mumbai, July 13, 2011: 18 people dead and over 141 killed in 3 serial blasts which happened within minutes of each other. Varanasi, December 7, 2010: Two-year-old girl killed and 25 others injured in a blast which takes place between the Dashashwamedh and Shitla ghats on the river Ganga. Pune, February 13, 2010: Seventeen people […]

14 Jul

Mumbai Bleeds Again

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18 killed and 141 injured in terror attacks in Mumbai. How many times have you heard about the terror attacks in Mumbai? It happened in 1993, 2002, 2003, 2006, 2008 and now July 13, 2011. Over 600 innocent people have been killed so far. Mumbai now has the dubious distinction of being perhaps the only […]

30 Jun

Aussie scholarships on offer for Indians

The Governor of Victoria, Alex Chernov  and the Minister for Innovation, Services and Small Business Louise Asher have announced that ten of India’s outstanding PhD students will receive scholarships worth $90,000 each to study at Victorian universities next year, thanks to the Victorian Government’s new Victoria India Doctoral Scholarships program. “The new Victoria India Doctoral […]

28 Jun

Indian Government donates books to Campbelltown Library

Campbelltown Library received a large donation of books recently from the Indian Government.  Presenting the collection to the city’s Mayor Cr Paul Lake, Amit Dasgupta, Consul General of India in Sydney said that he was happy to add value to the Library’s large collection. The donation was facilitated by The Wizard of Oz Funland, Leumeah […]