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Antony in Oz for security talks

Seeking to enhance India’s military ties with Australia, defence minister A.K.

Oz unveils Asia strategy, to teach Hindi in schools

Declaring that Asia’s rise is “unstoppable”, Australia on Sunday unveiled an ambitious plan aimed at forging deeper links with India and other booming economies of the region, including through teachi

India, Oz may ink uranium deal in Oct.

Australia is close to finalise a uranium safeguards agreement with India that would allow it to sell the yellowcake to the Asian giant, foreign minister Bob Carr said on Sunday.

Oz firm cuts ties with contractor

An Australian football company that had outsourced some of its work to India has ended its contract with the Indian sub-contractor amid media reports that alleged child labour was being employed in th

Oz firms to sue for CWG dues

At least four of Australia’s biggest event firms plan to slap a multi-million-dollar lawsuit against the organisers of the Delhi Commonwealth Games for non-payment of outstanding dues which they claim amount to $2 million.

Oz rejects India’s uranium sale plea

Refusing to budge from its policy, Australia on Wednesday rejected India’s request for the sale of uranium.
“Regarding the export of uranium to India, the policy of the Australian government is clear — we will only supply uranium to countries that are signatories to the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty and have signed a bilateral agreement with Australia,” Australia’s resource, energy and tourism minister Martin Ferguson said after his meeting with visiting external affairs minister S.M. Krishna.

Aamir’s Peepli Live heads to Oz fest


Aamir Khan’s much talked about home production Peepli Live, is all set to be premiered at the upcoming Melbourne International Film Festival 2010.

Explosion guts Indian restaurant in Sydney

An explosion triggered by a suspected arson attack ripped apart an Indian restaurant in Sydney, prompting the police to investigate the possible links of the incident to a bomb threat.

Little justice for Oz Indian

Only one member of a teenage gang which brutally bashed up an Ind-ian student and blinded him in one eye was on Wedne-sday given a suspended jail term with community work, while others escaped custodial sentences.

No justice for blinded Indian in Australia

Only one member of a teenage gang which brutally bashed up an Indian student and blinded him in one eye was on Wednesday given a suspended jail term with community work while others escaped custodial

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