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What tweets say about Australians!

It seems, Australians post about 5000 tweets a minute! According to a study on the micro-blogging site, Twitter, people in Canberra were the most anxious,...

Obama denies asking Australia to sell uranium to India

Melbourne: Visiting US President Barak Obama has denied speculations that America influenced Australia to overturn its policy of not selling uranium to India. “We have...

Australian parliament passes carbon tax law

Melbourne: Australian parliament has passed the carbon tax that will impose a price on carbon emissions. The legislation which has always led to lengthy...

‘Sorry’ Qantas to give away free tickets

Melbourne: Australian carrier Qantas has said that it would give away free tickets to over 70,000 passengers who were stranded last week. The decision...

Jump in offshore lodgements by Indians

Melbourne: There has been a jump in ‘offshore lodgements’ by Indians. As per a report, Australia recorded a rise of over 150 per cent...

Australia responds to Kerala Tourism roadshows

Indian state of Kerala is a popular tourist destination for visitors from across the world. However, the state continues to promote tourism. Kerala Tourism Department...

Indian students continue to shun Australia

Melbourne: Even while the number of international students coming to Australia continues to fall, Malaysia has replaced India as the second largest source of...

Indians affected as Oz cancels 15,066 student visas

Melbourne: Australia has revoked 15,066 student visas of foreign nationals. Also, over 3,000 students are facing deportation for poor performance in subjects. As per the...

PM Singh to skip Commonwealth Summit in Perth

Melbourne: Prime Minister Manmohan Singh decided to skip the upcoming Commonwealth summit in Perth. However, a top diplomat said this has nothing to do...

Drop in Indian students’ enrolment in Australia

Melbourne: Victorian Premier, Ted Baillieu, expressed concern over the sharp drop in enrolment of Indian students in Australia. "We are certainly concerned because the industry...

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