Vic. Parliament panel bats to better connect diverse families with childhood services

Photo: Parliament of Victoria, Legal and Social Issues Standing Committee – Legislative Assembly By SAT News Desk MELBOURNE, 20 September 2020: Early childhood (0 to 8 years old) is a crucial age when a child needs engagement and that’s possible when access to and connections with early childhood services in […]

Pakistan: Hardline Sunni groups on collision course with Shiites

Rights groups in Pakistan say they are alarmed over rising blasphemy cases in the past months. Many of these cases have been registered against Shiites, who have come under pressure from fundamentalist Sunni outfits. Pakistani police registered at least 40 blasphemy cases in August, according to the country’s human rights […]

Adani claims delivering ‘jobs commitments’ amidst allegations of ‘abusing Aboriginal rights’

Photo: Supplied by Adani Australia By Neeraj Nanda MELBOURNE, 18 September 2020: Adani Australia, developing the Carmichael Coal Project in Queensland has claimed to employ more than 1,500 people and awarding more than $1.5 billion in contracts on the Carmichael mine and rail project. The claim comes amidst the company […]

Intaj Khan quits Council politics for the ‘next vision’

Intaj Khan (Photo supplied) By Neeraj Nanda MELBOURNE, 17 September 2020: Eight years Wyndham Councillor Intaj Khan has called it quits from Council politics. The private educationist and politician Intaj Khan who left the Labor Party some time back has always been in the mainstream and local news. This time […]

Australia: 40 % struggling international students from India & China

By SAT News Desk MELBOURNE, 17 September 2020: The COVID-19 pandemic has hurt the world with a big loss of life and the decline of economies. Australia is no exception despite massive government support and subsidies to people and businesses. One section in Australia feels betrayed and left out – […]