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Australian Court Quashes Appeal for Coal Mine Amid Climate Change

Australian court shuts down coal mine in NSW due to potential impact on climate change

An Australian land and environment court shut down development of the Rocky Hill coal mine in the Hunter Valley on Friday. The ruling was made keeping in mind the coal mine’s impact on Climate Change Australia’s Environment and Land court ruled against Gloucester Resources’ appeal to establish the Rocky Hill coal mine in the Hunter Valley, New South Wales. Chief Judge

India Bags Historical Win in India vs Australia Test Series

After the fourth test of the India vs Australia Test series ended in draw due to weather conditions, India bagged a historic win with 2-1 against the host country, Australia. This is India’s first-ever Test win on Australian soil

After the fourth test of the India vs Australia Test series ended in draw due to weather conditions, India bagged a historic win with 2-1 against the host country, Australia. This is India’s first-ever Test win on Australian soil The Indian cricket team emerged victorious in the fifth match of the India vs Australia Test series after the fourth and final

Rishabh Pant Becomes First Indian Wicketkeeper to Bag Test Century Against Australia

Rishabh Pant scores a century in India vs Australia fourth Test, becoming the first Indian wicketkeeper to do so in Australia

Rishabh Pant scores a century in India vs Australia fourth Test, becoming the first Indian wicketkeeper to do so in Australia In the 4th Test of the ongoing India vs Australia Test series, Rishabh Pant became the first Indian wicketkeeper to score a century on Australian soil. Indian cricketer Cheteshwar Pujara scored close to a double century The India vs Australia Test

Japan to Resume Commercial Whaling After Over 30 Years

Japanese government confirmed on Wednesday that the country will be quitting the International Whaling Commission, resuming commercial whaling for the first time in over three decades. Japan has received international criticism for the decision The Japanese government chief spokesperson, Yoshihide Suga, revealed on Wednesday that Japan would resume commercial whaling from July 2019. The decision ends an over 30 year long

Australian Prime Minister Visits Australian Troops in Iraq

Australian Prime Minister, Scott Morrison flew down to Iraq on Thursday for a pre-Christmas meet with Australian troops

Australian Prime Minister, Scott Morrison flew down to Iraq for a pre-Christmas visit to meet Australian troops deployed in the country Since assuming office in August, the Prime Minister of Australia, Scott Morrison made his first visit to the Middle East. He flew down to Iraq to carry out a pre-Christmas meet with Australian Defence Force personnel and the special forces

India Holds First-Ever International Conference on ‘Sustainable Water Management’

India Hosts First Global Conference on Sustainable Water Management

India is holding a two-day international conference on ‘Sustainable Water Management’, starting Monday in Mohali, Punjab. The conference will be the first of its kind, involving experts from around the globe. India began the first-ever global conference on ‘Sustainable Water Management’ on Monday in Mohali, Punjab. The two-day conference aims at initiating and encouraging international dialogue between nations for the

India Beats Australia in Opening Match of Test Series

India Wins First-Ever Opening Match of a Test Series Against Australia

India bagged its first Test series victory in Australia in the last decade on Monday. India defeated Australia by 31 runs, winning the four-match Test series by a 1-0 lead in the opening match of the four-match series held at the Australian sports ground, Adelaide Oval India beat Australia by 31 runs on Monday, marking its first Test victory in Australia

Sydney wind storm creates a ruckus, hundreds of flights cancelled

Dust storm strikes Sydney, flights cancelled.

The authorities issued a health warning about the air quality in Sydney on Thursday. The warning instructed citizens, especially children and seniors with respiratory problems to stay indoors. This was followed by the Bureau of Meteorology’s serious weather warning on Friday about dangerous winds causing disruption from Victoria to New South Wales. According to forecasts, much of New South Wales, stretching

South Korean President Stresses on the Value of ASEAN Ties in Cabinet Meeting

South Korean President, Moon Jae-in

Post his recent attendance at the ASEAN summit in Singapore followed by the APEC Summit in Papua New Guinea, the South Korean President, Moon Jae-in asserted the importance of maintaining strong ties with the ASEAN neighbours in the Tuesday cabinet meeting. The South Korean leader apprised the cabinet of India, ASEAN and Australia’s willingness to accept and cooperate with the New

Australia has blocked around 300 asylum seekers since 2017

Immigrants attempting to enter Australia by boat, 2014

As a consequence of Operation Sovereign Borders, Australia has stopped 300 asylum seekers travelling by boat to enter Australia since September 2017 At least 10 alleged attempts have been made in the past 14 months by asylum seekers to enter Australia by boat - and they were all foiled. With the assistance of international authorities, Australia has blocked nearly 300 asylum seekers

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