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DUBAI, 21 AUG. Pakistan fast bowler Hasan Ali married Indian national Shamia Arzoo in Dubai on Tuesday. Fans flooded social media with Hasan Ali's wedding photos and videos within no time. The 25-year-old cricketer had shared a picture of himself on the "last night as a bachelor".

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MELBOURNE, 21 AUG. University of Melbourne Vice-Chancellor Duncan Maskell attended Savitribai Phule Pune University (SPPU) to present certificates to the first cohort of students to graduate from the Blended Bachelor of Science (BSc Blended) program.

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MELBOURNE, 22 AUG. Community advocate and experienced business leader Vivienne Nguyen has been appointed as Chair of the Victorian Multicultural Commission.

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NEW DELHI, 26 AUG. Tea and coffee in eco-friendly 'kulhad' will be back at railway stations in a big way. These will even be used to sell tea and coffee at bus terminals, airports and malls.

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CANBERRA, 8 AUG. Australian businesses and start-ups will have streamlined access to the best and brightest talent from around the world with the continuation of the Global Talent - Employer Sponsored program (GTES), formerly the Global Talent Scheme. Following a successful pilot last financial year, the Minister for Immigration, Citizenship, Migrant Services and Multicultural Affairs David Coleman has made the GTES an ongoing program. “The pilot showed the GTES has strong support from industry and highlighted the economic benefits of recruiting overseas talent directly to Australian businesses”, Mr Coleman said.

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CANBERRA, 12 AUG. Australia’s national, state and territory libraries have come together in a world-first collaboration to build a national digital collection, with the new national edeposit service (NED) launching this week.

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MELBOURNE, 9 AUG. The operator of an online retail export business based in Western Sydney will backpay three migrant workers a total of $36,546, following action by the Fair Work Ombudsman.

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MANGALURU, 25 AUG. Mangaluru police have arrested two persons involved in cheating the public by impersonating as employees of the World Health Organisation (WHO). The two arrested accused are Shaukat Ahmed Lone from Vakura district of Jammu and Kashmir and Baljinder Singh from Punjab.

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Integrity is an important virtue. It is the quality of being honest and having strong moral values. In the context of employment, it plays a crucial role. The recruiting company Michael Page says that having a high degree of integrity means three things; that you are trustworthy and reliable; you communicate honestly and openly and, take responsibility for your actions.

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NEW DELHI, 21 AUG. Indrani Mukherjea and her husband Peter Mukherjea, who owned INX Media had claimed in their statement to the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) and the Enforcement Directorate (ED) that when they met P Chidambaram (then a finance minister) in his North Block office in 2006, he asked them to meet his son - Karti - and suggested that they help him in his business.

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