The pill that could let you live to 120:

Russian scientists discover antioxidant that delays the ageing process

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Alia Bhatt unwell after a taxing schedule

Just a day after reports of Priyanka Chopra fainting on the sets of Bajirao Mastani surfaced, Alia Bhatt too unwell due to demands of the challenging profession

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Three million people would take pay cut to work shorter hours:

Number who say they feel overworked rises by 10 per cent in one year

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Phil Hughes


Phillip Hughes, Australian cricketer, dies aged 25 AUSTRALIAN cricketer Phillip Hughes died today after succumbing to injuries he suffered when struck by a bouncer at the SCG on Tuesday. He was 25. Australian Team Doctor Peter Brukner said in a statement: “It is my sad duty to inform you that a short time ago Phillip […]

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Children watch half as much live TV as adults: Future of TV licence in further doubt after research findings The future of the BBC licence fee was thrown into further doubt yesterday as it emerged children watch half the amount of live television as their parents. New figures reveal youngsters between the age of 11 […]

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NSW bowler Sean Abbott has been through an ‘incredibly traumatic experience’ THERE are growing concerns around the country for Sean Abbott, the young fast bowler who delivered the bouncer that knocked out Phillip Hughes. Hughes died this afternoon as result of his “catastrophic head injury” suffered from the blow. Bouncers have long been a key […]

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DNA survives rocket trip into space: So did life even start on Earth at all? In a discovery that has shocked everyone involved, experts have found DNA can survive the harsh conditions of space as well as re-entry into the atmosphere. Scientists who attached small double strands of DNA to the outer casing of a […]

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Medibank delivers healthy market debut but closes below expectation AS widely expected Medibank Private shares soared when they hit the market today, reaching $2.22 within seconds – an 11 per cent premium for mum-and-dad investors – before closing at $2.14. The hugely popular $5.7 billion dollar float delivered a 7 per cent-on paper profit at […]

Harivansh Rai Bachchan

Birthday Special

Harivansh Rai Bachchan Harivansh Rai Shrivastav alias Bachchan (27 November 1907 – 18 January 2003), was a noted Indian poet of Chhayavaad literary movement of early 20th century Hindi literature. He was also a famous poet of the Hindi Kavi Sammelan. He is best known for his early work Madhushala. He is also the father […]

Sachin Tendulkar

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Sachin’s Last Walk to Crease Bags Best Photo award A photograph capturing cricket maestro Sachin Tendulkar’s final walk to the crease in his last Test match at the Wankhede stadium has bagged the Picture Of The Year award for 2013, organisers said on Wednesday. The photo – by 41-year-old Mumbai photojournalist Atul Kamble for Mid […]

Google Spoon


Google invests in a spoon to help Parkinson’s disease sufferers GOOGLE is throwing its money, brain power and technology at the humble spoon. But these spoons (don’t call them spoogles) are a bit more than your basic utensil. Using hundreds of algorithms, they allow people with essential tremors and Parkinson’s disease to eat without spilling. […]

Narendra Modi

Jab We Met “Narendra Modi”

    By: Mitesh Gor. In my life either as student or as young CA or now as a matured family person, I have come across different arrays of community events in India and in Sydney. They all have been organized through various foundations, organizations, Institutions and groups. And when it comes to events where […]


G20- Brisbane Action Plan

  By: Shantanu Sarkar.   The G20 meeting concluded this Sunday at Brisbane, Australia with a detailed action plan based on negotiations at multiple levels spread over last 12 months among all the participating nations and their representatives along with UN, the World Bank, IMF and other global organisations. Below is an extract of the […]

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Tune India Radio & Kumars Taj’s Diwali Dhamaka 2014

By: Mitesh Gor शुभम करोति कल्याणम् आरोग्य धन संपदः (Shubham karoti kalyanam aarogya dhan sampadah) शत्रु बुद्धि विनाशाय दिप ज्योति नमोस्तुते (Shatru Buddhi Vinashaaya Deep Jyoti Namostute) This “shloka” reminds us of India and the biggest festival of India, Diwali. There was India in  the air as more than 200 people got together at Sydney’s […]

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An Open Letter to Narendra Modi From Shantanu Sarkar

To, Shri Narendra Modi The Prime Minister of India Dear Sir, I’m writing this letter as a suggestion to your proposed National Identity Card scheme for Indian Citizens. First of all I appreciate and congratulate your government for your decision to scrap the National Identity Card project initiated by the UPA Government as there were […]


Tune India Radio Cricket Cup 2014

  Report- Shantanu Sarkar Photographs- Sanjeev Sharma Nothing ignites a better team spirit among a group of middle-aged men and women than having a go with a friendly Cricket Match. A Twenty 20 cricket match, “Tune India Radio Cup” was organised by the local Sydney Based Internet Radio Station “Tune India Radio” among its enthusiastic and passionate […]

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A New Lease Of Life

  By : Ahilya. It’s a rainy morning ….. And has been like this every day, for the past 10 days or so…… Woke up this morning remembering the Umbrella behind my Mother’s laundry door. We were 5 of us… Mom, Dad and 3 siblings, we each had an assigned Umbrella-Dad and my Brother had […]


Karaoke Night at Kumars Taj

  An evening filled with fun and masti to celebrate India’s Independence Day Story By : Anju Sharma Photographs By : Sanjeev Sharma Every Indian family migrating to Australia or any other foreign country are having dreams in their eyes that their children will not be spoiled due to foreign culture and always feels proud […]