Category: The World/Australia

Indian origin physicist Prof. Chennupati Jagdish to be the President of Australian Academy of Science

Photo- Australian Academy of Science By SAT News Desk MELBOURNE, 25 November 2021: Nanotechnology pioneer Distinguished Professor Chennupati Jagadish AC FAA FTSE will become the next President of Australia’s premier science organisation, the Australian Academy of Science. Professor Jagadish said he was humbled by the opportunity to lead the Academy. […]

Victorian Parliamentary library turns 170, survives the internet age

Photo- Victoria Parliament website By SAT News Desk MELBOURNE, 24 November 2021: The library at the Victorian Parliament is now 170 years old. If you enter the Parliament Hall after security and getting your entry pass, you can walk straight crossing a door and reach the library. It’s not open […]

VIEWPOINT: China Learned From US How to Outperform American Capitalism

Photo- Global Times Beijing may be where the capitalist system reaches the fullest potential of its various forms—exhausts them in that sense—and thus prepares the way for a transition beyond capitalism. By Richard D. Wolff US capitalism was, in certain ways, the world’s most successful capitalism until recently. Better than […]

Sydney Dialogue Day-1 : PM Scott Morrison launches blueprint for 63 critical technologies to halt China’s emerging tech lead

PM Scott Morrison delivering his keynote address on Day-1 at the Sydney Dialogue. Photo grab- tsd.aspi.org.au/live By Neeraj Nanda SYDNEY/MELBOURNE, 17 November 2021: Prime Minister Scott Morrisson today launched the blueprint for 63 ‘critical technologies to counter China’s emerging capability in technologies that matter in the 21st century. These technologies […]

Gandhi statue struggled to settle in Melbourne

Photos- SAT/NN By Neeraj Nanda MELBOURNE, 13 November 2021: Mahatma Gandhi has reemerged here after not being able to pass a community consultation some years back by the Greater Dandenong Council. It was proposed to have his statue opposite the Dandenong station and adjacent to the Little India precinct. The […]