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Indian Student Beaten Brutally By Khalistani Supporters In Australia

Another violent incident on an Indian student was reported in Sydney, Australia. Reported on July 14, a group of Khalistani supporters violently attacked a student who works as a driver. The victim said when he was in his car, four-five Khalistani supporters attached and thrashed him brutally. They used iron rods and beat the victim. He sustained serious injuries and is being treated at Westmead hospital, confirmed police.

Fri, 14 Jul 2023 - 11:47 AM / by Varsha Joshi

Tags: Khalistani Supporters, Indian student, Sydney, Attack, National news, security concerns

PM Narendra Modi

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PM Modi Arrives In Sydney, Addresses Indian Diaspora

During the visit PM Modi and his Australian counterpart Anthony Albanese arrived at Sydney's Qudos Bank Arena to a raucous greeting to the Indian diaspora. A sizeable crowd of around 20000 locals assembled to meet PM Modi where he recalled a promise. "In 2014, I had promised that you will not have to wait for 28-years for an Indian Prime Minister again. here I am once again, Sydney," said Modi.

Tue, 23 May 2023 - 05:01 PM / by Varsha Joshi

Tags: PM Narendra Modi, Australia Tour, Sydney, Indian PM, Australia Visit


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Jaishankar Receives ‘Tiranga Welcome’ As He Arrives In Australia’s Canberra

India’s External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar was received with a “Tiranga Welcome”, as he arrived in Australia’s Canberra on October 10. He is scheduled to meet top leadership of Australia and hold talks, to enhance the bilateral relationship with India. He is also expected to visit Sydney during his stay in Australia. “So happy to see the old Parliament House of Australia in our national colours,” said Jaishankar.

Mon, 10 Oct 2022 - 05:54 PM / by Shibu Immanuel S

Tags: Australia (98, Jaishankar, Canberra, Sydney, Tiranga Welcome

Courtesy: ANI

Sydney Rains

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Sydney Records Wettest Year Since 1858; More Heavy Downpour Expected In Australia

Australia’s Sydney recorded the wettest year in 164 years, with heavy downpour and major floods reported across several parts of the nation. Sydney has recorded 2,213 mm of rain, with three more months to go in 2022. The previous such record was in 1950, when Australia’s largest city of Sydney received 2,194 mm of rainfall. Meanwhile, the city is expected to receive more downpour in the coming days and weeks.

Thu, 06 Oct 2022 - 09:00 PM / by Shibu Immanuel S

Tags: Australia, Sydney, rainfall, Wettest Year, environment

Courtesy: Hindustan Times

Pm Narendra Modi

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PM Modi: Should Ensure Cryptocurrency Does Not End Up In Wrong Hands

Prime minister Narendra Moi on November 18, urged democracies around the world to ensure that the cryptocurrencies or bitcoins do not end up in the wrong hands, spoiling the youth. reportedly, PM Modi was addressing the Syndey Dialogue, where he further stated that countries should work together to create standards and norms for data governance. At the meeting, discussions were also held to prevent money laundering and terror financing. 

Thu, 18 Nov 2021 - 02:30 PM / by SAM RAHUL RAJASHEKHAR

Tags: Narendra Modi, Sydney, Cryptocurrency, India, MONEY LAUNDERING

Courtesy: ANI

Women wearing a mask walking by the road


Melbourne Plans To Exit World's Longest Covid-19 Lockdown

The Australian government has made some changes in the decision to exit the Covid-19 lockdown on October 21, even if the cases are hovering at record levels. However, the residents of Melbourne have been under the COVID lockdown since August, due to the highly infectious Delta strain of viruses. Several clubs, restaurants, and cafes have started to restock but the officials are still concerned over the rising cases.

Thu, 21 Oct 2021 - 05:30 PM / by SAM RAHUL RAJASHEKHAR

Tags: Covid-19, COVID-19 outbreak, Australia, Sydney

Courtesy: Reuters


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Australia's Travel Ban On Citizens Coming From India Confronted In Court

The temporary ban imposed by the Australian government on its citizens coming back from India was challenged in the Sydney Federal Court on May 6. Challenged by an Australian stranded in Bengaluru since March 2020, the court has scheduled to hear the plea on May 10. Earlier, banning under the Biosecurity Act, the Australian government threatened to litigate violators with five year jail term or USD 50,899.

Thu, 06 May 2021 - 05:13 PM / by Sohini Mandal

Tags: Australia, travel ban, COVID-19 outbreak, Federal court, Sydney

Courtesy: The Economic Times

Stuart MacGill.

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Ex-Aussie Cricketer Stuart MacGill Kidnapped, Released Later; 4 Arrested

The Sydney Police of Australia has arrested four men for allegedly kidnapping former Australian cricketer Stuart MacGill on gunpoint in April. According to sources, MacGill was bundled into a vehicle in Sydney's Lower North Shore and was reportedly assaulted and threatened for ransom, only to be released an hour later. MacGill (50) is known as a renowned test bowler and has played 44 matches for Australia alongside Shane Warne.

Wed, 05 May 2021 - 12:33 PM / by Harsh Vardhan

Tags: Cricketer, Australia, Sydney, Stuart MacGill, Kidnapping

Courtesy: The Times of India

Hanuma Vihari Tweet

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Hanuma Vihari Gives Terse Reply To Babul Supriyo's Tweet For Slow Play

In a hilarious incident, Sydney test hero Hanuma Vihari had asked Bengal BJP leader Babul Supriyo to spell his name correct when the politician criticized the cricketer for playing at a slow rate. After a slow knock from Vihari, Babul Supriyo had accused the former of "murdering" the cricket and "killing" India's chance to win a historic match. Mistakenly, he had spelt Vihari's name 'Hanuma Bihari' which received a dig from the cricketer. For… read-more

Wed, 13 Jan 2021 - 06:11 PM / by Bhavyata Kagrana

Tags: Babul Supriyo, Ravichandran Ashwin, Hanuma Vihari, Cricket, Sydney

Courtesy: Brifly News

Representational photo: Mohammed Siraj

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India Files Complaint On Aussie Crowd Over Racist Remarks On Pacers

The Indian cricket team has officially filed a complaint on racism against the Australian spectators in Sydney during the third test match of Border-Gavaskar Trophy. As per reports, Skipper Ajinkya Rahane and R Ashwin had raised the issue to the match referees in support Jasprit Bumrah and Mohammed Siraj who were abused by the crowd. The International Cricket Council, following its no-tolerance against racism policy, will address the dispute… read-more

Sat, 09 Jan 2021 - 04:13 PM / by Harsh Vardhan

Tags: India, Australia, Sydney, ICC, Racism, Jasprit Bumrah, Mohammed Siraj

Courtesy: The Hindu