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Does your city list among the 25 mega-cities responsible for 52% of the world's urban greenhouse gas

Research confirms that cities in Europe, USA, and Australia have a significantly greater carbon footprint than cities in developing nations, adding that current mitigation targets won't fix the issue

Published on 12th July 2021
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Over 7 lakh deaths in India per year linked to abnormal temperatures, finds Lancet study

An international team, led by researchers at Monash University in Australia, found that globally more than five million extra deaths a year can be attributed to non-optimal temperatures

Published on 8th July 2021
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Report reveals that Chinese students in Australia are threatened by Beijing 

Terrified of reprisals against their families in China, many Chinese students and academics in Australia now censor their behaviour, despite being thousands of kilometers (miles) from Beijing

Published on 1st July 2021
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India's NEP will go a long way in internationalisation of education: Brett Galt-Smith at ISB-USSB forum

Brett Galt-Smith, Counsellor, Australian High Commission appreciated the National Education Policy and stated that it is going to impact the international education positively

Published on 9th June 2021
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South Australian universities issue plea to allow return of international students as enrolments drop amid pandemic

Projections included in the federal budget for the financial year 2021/22 revealed that the federal government does not expect Australia's international borders to re-open until mid-2022

Published on 24th May 2021
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#ThrowBackToday: Charles Sturt, the explorer of Australia, was born in India 46 years ago today

In today's #TBT, we inform you about the British explorer Charles Sturt, who has cities, suburbs and even a university named after him in Australia today. These are his contributions to the continent

Published on 28th April 2021
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Australian government extends financial support for virtual medical service

Telehealth services were established to allow Australians in regional areas to meet with general practitioners (GPs) and specialists virtually without travelling hours

Published on 26th April 2021
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BYJU'S launches Future School, its live one-on-one online learning platform for 6 to 18-year-olds

BYJU'S Future School will be available in the US, UK, Australia, Brazil, Indonesia and Mexico in May and will progressively expand to more geographies in the near future

Published on 8th April 2021
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IIT Kharagpur and University of Manchester launch dual award PhD programme

While IIT Kharagpur has already established similar programmes with universities in Australia, New Zealand and Canada, this is the first time such a joint programme has been set up with a British univ

Published on 19th March 2021
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Australian education sector struggles to bring international students back post COVID-19

Last year, the border closure blocking international students from entering Australia cost the sector a loss in export revenue of nearly A$9 billion, according to new figures 

Published on 13th March 2021
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Australian government might set-up a dedicated quarantine system for international students

Prime Minister Scott Morrison had previously declared that more than 40,000 Australians who remain stranded overseas would be given priority to return to the country

Published on 5th March 2021
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#ThrowBackToday: A message in a bottle, dating back to 1886, found on Australian shores in 2019 today

In today's #TBT, we tell you about the day when in Perth, Australia, a message in a bottle was found. After experts analysed it, it was found to be 100% authentic. Here's the full story behind it

Published on 6th March 2021
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Facebook says it will pay $1billion over three years to "support" the news industry

The social networking giant, which has been tussling with Australia over a law that would make social platforms pay news organisations, said it has invested $600 million since 2018 in news

Published on 25th February 2021
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South Australia urged to bring international students back to state on charter flights

Australia has so far registered 28,838 confirmed coronavirus cases, and the numbers of locally and overseas acquired cases in the last 24 hours were one and eight respectively

Published on 5th February 2021
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Aussie scientists embark on voyage with new technology to count Antarctic krill

The team will use new technology to count krill in Australia's Antarctic region for the first time since 2006

Published on 29th January 2021

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