15 Aug 2018
Australia: Senator Fraser Anning seeks drastic cut in student visas
An Australian senator has called for drastically reducing the student visa numbers in the country, where India is the second largest source of international students after China.
05 Sep 2017
Australia: High Court hears challenges to controversial same-sex marriage vote
The High Court of Australia has started hearing petitions challenging the government's bid to conduct a national vote to gauge citizens' support for legalizing same-sex marriages.
10 May 2017
India likely to receive higher than average rainfall this monsoon
India is likely to receive above-average monsoon rainfall this time after El Nino conditions eased in the last few weeks, said the India Meteorological Department.
29 Mar 2017
Cyclone Debbie: Queensland prepares for floods
According to authorities, a 1,300 kilometre stretch of Australia's north-east coast in Queensland is susceptible to dangerous flooding after cyclone Debbie.
28 Mar 2017
Cyclone Debbie makes landfall
Following mass evacuations on Monday, Cyclone Debbie, termed Australia's most devastating since 2011, made landfall in Australia's Queensland coast. Queensland Police noted, "the storm made a landfall between Bowen and Airline beach".
12 Oct 2016
Report concludes Australian weather bureau hacked by 'foreign spies'
An official report has concluded that a major hacking-incident that targeted the Australian Bureau of Meteorology in December 2015 was indeed carried out by 'foreign spies'.