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Personal stories highlight the experiences of women in the community during International Women’s Day celebrations at the Indian Consulate in Melbourne. PREETI JABBAL reports The post Being Bold For Change appeared first on Indian L…
03.29 / 01:09
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It seems that all hope is not lost for Sonya and Toadie -- she’ll decide to talk to her husband again about their future. However, Toadie is stunned when Sonya started putting her cards on the t…
03.29 / 00:44
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The Ferrari driver who allegedly slammed into a motorcycle cop, dragged him along the road and then sped away from the mangled body took just hours to find, as investigators followed a trail of brake fluid into the gated estate of one of Thailand's richest…
03.28 / 21:45
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South Korea said forensic examination showed bone fragments found near a salvaged ferry that sank in one of its worst disasters three years ago came from an animal and not an unrecovered victim, as an official had said …
03.28 / 16:20
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If latest reports are to be believed, Microsoft may not unveil the Surface Book 2 and the Surface Pro 5 at the Surface Spring Hardware Launch Event. Fans were expecting the devices at the event, as earlier reports had also pointed towards…
03.28 / 13:29
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Samsung recently released its Galaxy Tab S3, a device that had been hugely-anticipated for long. It will be interesting to see how it compares against the Google Pixel C, the high-end Android tablet from the search…
03.28 / 12:49
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Channel Seven’s reality TV series, which will be hosted by acclaimed British chef Marco Pierre White, recently released the list of the 10 brave celebrities who are going to be pitted against each other in the name of c…
03.28 / 12:49
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Taxi driver Li Max Joy allegedly assaulted by a group of teenagers at fast food restaurant. KIRA SPUCYS-TAHAR reports The post Indian attacked in Hobart appeared first on Indian…
03.28 / 12:33
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While The Manganiyar Classroom showcases a dying musical heritage, it is also a cry against the educational system in India, writes PREETI DAGA The post Classroom protest appeared first on Indian…
03.28 / 12:33
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Community soccer gains in popularity at Goan Association of Australia tournament. FRANKEY GERARD FERNANDES reports The post Goan goals appeared first on Indian…
03.28 / 12:33
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The Houston Rockets (51-22) will host the Golden State Warriors (59-14) in a Western Conference heavyweight clash at the Toyota Center on Tuesday …
03.28 / 12:28
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Morgan Stanley analyst Adam Jonas is of the opinion that the safety of Tesla Model 3 will allow the electric vehicle maker to steal away market share from its competitors. This is Tesla’s big opportunity, too good to m…
03.28 / 12:28
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Kobe Bryant has come out in support of LeBron James with regards to sitting out back-to-back games in the final few months of the regular…
03.28 / 12:28
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The president certainly has a lot on his plate in the upcoming run – he also comes face to face with a person who has the answers to his most burning questions about the c…
03.28 / 12:28
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Steven Smith scored an impressive tally of 499 runs from four Test matches, besides spearheading his troops in a hard-fought series against I…
03.28 / 12:28
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Bali police are investigating the death of an Australian woman at a luxury seaside villa in Bali, saying they suspect she had consumed more than a whole bottle of…
03.28 / 12:25
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An avalanche killed seven Japanese high school students and an instructor during a mountaineering field trip at a ski resort north of Tokyo, authorities …
03.28 / 12:25
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With mascots dressed as smiling fish and a police rock band, Thai authorities launched a "Happy Zone" at the weekend to improve the image of a city notorious for sex…
03.28 / 12:25
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Chinese Premier Li Keqiang has arrived in New Zealand for a visit expected to focus on strengthening trade between the two …
03.28 / 12:25
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Not everyone can head off to "the wilds of Madagascar" to protect animals, but every person can make a difference. That's the message Wellington Zoo's chief executive Karen Fifield is pushing as its international Wild Ideas…
03.28 / 12:10
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