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At least 2 Indians found dead in Australia house fire

At least two members of an Indian family were found dead today after a fire tore through their Melbourne house, an incident suspected by police as a case of murder-suicide.

The bodies of the victims

Sheep rain down on cars in Australia

Sheep plunged onto cars on a busy Australian highway after a truck carrying 400 livestock crashed while crossing an overpass, spilling its cargo into the path of terrified motorists below.

The dramat

Michael Clarke to quit cricket before his late 30s


Just-married Australia captain Michael Clarke has said that he will quit cricket before he passed his mid-30s, unlike many of his predecessors.

Clarke said he won't continue to play on into his late

Australian tycoon 'is world's richest woman'

Australia's richest person Gina Rinehart has eclipsed Wal-Mart heiress Christy Walton to become the world's wealthiest woman, according to an annual index by Business Review Weekly.

A preview of the

Chinese man 'beheaded passenger he believed to be alien'

A Chinese immigrant who was charged for beheading and cannibalising a Canadian bus passenger in front of horrified travellers four years ago has spoke out for the first time, saying he believed his vi

Nasscom concerned over US visa probe on Indian cos


India's IT services industry body Nasscom has expressed concern over recent probe by the US against some Indian companies, including country's second largest software exporter Infosys, on allegations

Australia's uranium supply to India will be demand based: Ferguson

Australia's uranium supply to India will be demand based once the approvals for the yellow cake exports to New Delhi are finalised, Energy Minister Martin Ferguson has said.

"It (uranium supply) wil

Olympics: Aussie shooter in London 'mankini' threat

Veteran Australian shooter Russell Mark has threatened to parade at the opening ceremony of the London Olympics in a lime-green ‘mankini’ after losing a bet.

The burly 48-year-old said the penalty fo

Australia may have a 'millionaires' tax' soon

The rich in Australia may soon be forced to pay ‘millionaires' tax’ with the country's powerful trade union calling the government to slap such a tax, similar to US President Barack Obama's so-called

McDermott quits as Australia bowling coach

Former test fast bowler Craig McDermott has quit as Cricket Australia's bowling coach after just one year because of the national team's heavy touring schedule.

McDermott had been praised for his wo

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