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CANBERRA, 13 MARCH.

Australia’s major supermarkets will temporarily be able to offer more hours to international student employees to help keep shelves stocked.

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NEW DELHI, 20 MARCH. India on Thursday inked a Rs 880 crore deal to acquire 16,479 Israeli light machine guns (LMGs) for its frontline troops deployed on the borders with China and Pakistan, a long-standing requirement first demanded by the Army over a decade ago.

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ISLAMABAD, 20 MARCH. The World Bank and the Asian Development Bank have committed to providing USD 588 million to Pakistan for its emergency response to fight the coronavirus and to address the socioeconomic impact of the pandemic, a media report said on Friday.

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NEW DELHI, 16 MARCH. Considering the growing number of COVID-19 cases in Australia, all Indian nationals and especially students are advised to take abundant precautions with regard to their health & hygiene and follow the advisories issued by the local authorities. Australian Department of Health updates on COVID-19 are available at https://www.health.gov.au/news/health-alerts/novel-coronavirus-2019-ncov-healthalert

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KUALA LUMPUR, 20 MARCH. Malaysia will deploy the army to support police in enforcing tough restrictions to halt the spread of the coronavirus because many people are flouting isolation rules, a minister said Friday. People have been told to stay at home and all schools and most businesses have closed, while Malaysians are barred from travelling overseas and foreigners from entering the country. But some are ignoring the measures introduced this week, with people still going for walks in parks and eating out. Police had originally been tasked with enforcing the restrictions, but Defence Minister Ismail Sabri Yaakob said the army would be brought in from Sunday. "There are still many who don't care about the orders from the government." Malaysia has so far reported 900 virus cases, the highest figure of any Southeast Asian country.

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NEW DELHI, 14 MARCH. Expelled BJP legislator Kuldeep Singh Sengar and six others were on Friday sentenced to 10 years in prison on the charge of culpable homicide not amounting to murder of the father of the Unnao rape survivor.

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MELBOURNE, 4 MARCH. RMIT University’s Professor Madhu Bhaskaran has been recognised by the Australian Academy of Science for her outstanding contribution to science, with a prestigious honorific award. Bhaskaran was awarded the Frederick White Medal for early career researchers and is one 18 current and future science superstars to receive a 2020 honorific award.

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MELBOURNE, 1 MARCH. Indian Voice has been informed by the Overseas Medical Graduates Association (OMGA) about its disbelief that Josh Frydenberg, Treasurer of Australia, made a speech in Parliament last week making light of issues surrounding individual well-being. It was construed that a person’s mental well-being was some sort of laughing matter that tough grown men (and women) ridicule and scoff at, as per OMGA press release.

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MELBOURNE, 16 MARCH.A St Albans man who took 96 calamari over three fishing trips near Queenscliff last Spring has been convicted, prohibited from fishing for six months, fined $750 and forfeited his 4.35m aluminium boat worth $8,000. Read More...

MELBOURNE, 2 MARCH. Victorians will no longer be forced to choose between the pet they love and a place to live, thanks to the Andrews Labor Government’s historic new laws coming into effect today. Read More...

Last year a lady came to see me about a matter which would sound very familiar to many people. This lady,let us call her Daksha to protect her identity, works as an IT professional for a well-known company in the city. Daksha went to Delhi and caught up with one of her school friends Anju (name changed). They talked about old times, went out shopping and came back to Anju's apartment. There Daksha met Anju's daughter Vasu. Vasu was pleased to see Daksha as she had not seen her 'auntie' for many years. They got talking. Vasu told Daksha that she had done well in year 12 but she was finding it impossible to get admission in any good university. Daksh asked her what she was interested in doing. Vasu wanted to do engineering. Daksha said to her that she should also try in some Australian university and that she will be appy to 'help' her. Vasu and Anju were thrilled to hear the off er. Vasu said that she would be glad to return the money when she got a job in Australia after graduation.

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