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Vishal Jood deported: Attempts to u...

By SAT News Desk MELBOURNE, October 16, 2021: Vishal Jood, an Indian student in Sydney released after six months imprisonment on parole o...

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Vishal Jood taken to immigration de...

By SAT News Desk SYDNEY/MELBOURNE, October 15, 2021: Vishal Jood, an Indian student charged with various criminal offences and sentenced to o...

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G20 to collaborate with Taliban in ...

Photo- G20 Italia 2021. By Neeraj Nanda MELBOURNE, 13 October 2021: The G20 countries have agreed to deal with the issue of humanitarian aid t...

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Will President Biden impose sanctio...

Photo- @DeputySecState By Neeraj Nanda MELBOURNE, 7 October 2021: Relations between India and the United States recently warmed up further aft...

Community

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Hindus for Human Rights urges for exemption of Hindu swastika while banning Nazi imagery

By SAT News Desk MELBOURNE, 11 October 2021: The Hindus for Human Rights (HfHR), Australia & New Zealand has urged the Victorian go...

The World/Australia

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VIDEO/WEEK IN POLITICS: Michelle Grattan on high noon climate negotiations, and pressure on Albanese over MP Anthony Byrne

University of Canberra Professorial Fellow Michelle Grattan and the University of Canberra Vice-Chan...

South Asia

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Afghanistan tackles the Islamic State

Photo-Wikipedia By Vijay Prasad* On October 8, a terrible blast struck the worshippers attending Friday noon prayers at the Gozar-e-...

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Story of a ‘traitor’: Vishal Bhardwaj on the roll with ‘Khufiya’ (WATCH TEASER)

Vishal Bhardwaj & Tabu Photo- Netflix By Neeraj Nanda MELBOURNE, 14 October 2021: A person working in India's spy agency, Research a...

Business / Finance

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15% Tax on Corporates: Moral Victory for Developing Countries but Little Else (WATCH VIDEO)

Professor Biswajit Dhar of Jawaharlal Nehru University talks about the recent agreement among close to 150 countries to impose a minimum...

VIDEO/WEEK IN POLITICS: Michelle Grattan on high noon climate negotiations, and pressure on Albanese over MP Anthony Byrne

University of Canberra Professorial Fellow Michelle Grattan and the University of Canberra Vice-Chancellor and President Professor Paddy Nixon discuss the week in politics. This week they discuss Scott Morrison’s battle to get a deal with the Nationals, as Australia is under international pressure to deliver something meaningful for Glasgow. They […]

15% Tax on Corporates: Moral Victory for Developing Countries but Little Else (WATCH VIDEO)

Professor Biswajit Dhar of Jawaharlal Nehru University talks about the recent agreement among close to 150 countries to impose a minimum of 15% tax on big corporates. By newsclick. in Professor Biswajit Dhar of Jawaharlal Nehru University talks about the recent agreement among close to 150 countries to impose a […]

Vishal Jood deported: Attempts to undermine Australia’s social cohesion will not be tolerated, says Minister Alex Hawke

By SAT News Desk MELBOURNE, October 16, 2021: Vishal Jood, an Indian student in Sydney released after six months imprisonment on parole on 15 October 2021, has been deported. Hon. Alex Hawke MP, Minister for Immigration, Citizenship, Migrant Services, and Multicultural Affairs, in a media statement today, said, ” “Following […]

Vishal Jood taken to immigration detention for deportation

By SAT News Desk SYDNEY/MELBOURNE, October 15, 2021: Vishal Jood, an Indian student charged with various criminal offences and sentenced to one-year imprisonment, was today shifted straight to custody by immigration officials after being released on parole. Vishal was freed on parole after serving six months, in a plea bargain, […]

People’s Tribunal to indict governments, seeking justice for murdered journalists

Photo-nationofchange.org By SAT News Desk MELBOURNE, 15 October 2021: In an unprecedented effort to achieve justice for the killing of journalists, three global leading press freedom groups have established a People’s Tribunal to investigate their murders and hold governments accountable. The Tribunal, a form of grassroots justice, relies on investigations […]