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Australian court finds Indian man guilty of manslaughter of wife

A 24-year-old Indian, who cut his wife's throat eight times with a box cutter and left her bleeding to death, has been found guilty of manslaughter by an Australian court which acquitted him of the mu

Indian family of four found dead in Australia

A young Indian family, including two children aged five and three, was found dead on Tuesday in their home in this Australian city.

The bodies of accountant Nilesh Sharma (36), his wife Pritika (32),

Man weeps after 36 hour forced sexual session with nymphomaniac

A man in Germany was left in tears after he was forced to repeatedly give pleasure to a nymphomaniac.

He later reported the incident to Munich police when they found him crying outside her apartment

Gillard asks two scandal-tainted MPs to quit


In a bid to rebuild the image of her Labour party, Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard on Sunday asked her two scandal-tainted MPs, including the Speaker of the Parliament, to quit the party.


KFC asked to pay over girl’s brain damage


An Australian court on Friday ordered the fast food giant KFC to pay 8 million Australian dollars to the parents of a Sydney girl who was left paralysed and brain damaged after eating its chicken twis

Cricket Australia to overhaul financial model, take control of venue arrangements

Cricket Australia (CA) has revealed it is set to overhaul its financial model and take control of venue arrangements for international matches.

While CA has largely been in charge of fixturing, each

Garg murder: Australian court rejects convict's appeal


An Australian court on Tuesday rejected an appeal of the Melbourne teenager who was sentenced to 13 years in jail for killing Indian student Nitin Garg, a crime which outraged public opinion in India

Australian Defence Minister has close shave in Kandahar


Australian Defence Minister Stephen Smith had a close shave when Taliban insurgents fired rockets at his military plane at the tarmac at Kandahar Airport.

Smith and senior officers of the Austr

Snake on plane: Pilot forced to land

An Australian jet pilot was forced to make an emergency landing shortly after takeoff as a snake appeared slithering from plane's dashboard.

Braden Blennerhassett, a pilot with Air Frontier, was flyi

IPL veiled from Australian television viewers


The Aussie television viewers will miss all the action of the fifth edition of the Indian Premier League, starting in Chennai on Wednesday, due to a stalemate involving Australian television networks

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