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Indian taxi driver attacked, abused in Australia

An Indian taxi driver was attacked and racially abused and his car smashed, as a group of baseball bat wielding youth went about attacking and robbing cab drivers in Melbourne suburbs.

The gang ambus

Australian college accused of racism over ‘colonial-themed’ party

An elite Australian college has sparked a race controversy after it organised a 'colonial- themed' party where Indians wearing traditional garments served guests present at the event.

Violent teen girls stab each other in fight over shoes

Two teenage girls have been hospitalised after they allegedly stabbed each other in a tussle over shoes at the Gold Coast's Robina Town Centre.

The place was recently in news for the 'Bikie' gang sho

Australian ministers to meet over GVK coal mine stand-off


The Queensland and Australian federal governments are all set to hold a crisis meeting on Thursday in Sydney to discuss the dispute over India's GVK Group's huge USD 6.36 billion Alpha Coal mine proje

Indian jailed in Australia for killing his wife


A 24-year-old Indian-origin man, who strangled his wife and then slit her throat at least eight times, was on Thursday jailed for at least six years in Australia for manslaughter.

Chamanjot Singh ha

Adani seeks partners for $2 billion Australia rail line


Adani Enterprises will look for partners to help fund a $2 billion coal rail line from Australia's Galilee Basin to the Pacific Ocean, it said on Thursday, after winning state approval for its propose

'Dead' boy sits up in coffin, asks for water and dies again in Brazil

A two-year-old Brazilian boy, who was declared dead, sat up in his coffin and asked for water before laying back down again lifeless.

According to Website ORM, Kelvin Santos stopped breathing during

'Dr Death' appeals against his manslaughter conviction

Indian-origin surgeon Jayant Patel, who was jailed for killing three patients in Australia, on Wednesday appealed against his manslaughter conviction.

Patel, 62, dubbed as 'Dr Death', was sentenced

Air rage granny fined for punching passenger

A drunken grandmother who punched a passenger in the face on a Qantas flight to New Zealand was on Tuesday ordered to pay the cost of the aircraft having to return to Melbourne.

Frances Macaskill, 58

Australian cricketers threaten to strike, boycott England ODI series


Australian cricketers are threatening to strike less than a month before their one-day series in England if a contract is not signed by the end of the month.

Cricket Australia is playing hardball in

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