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Feb 13, 2018
Admiral Harry Harris to be next US ambassador to Australia: Picking 'China hawk' sends clear message to BeijingUnited States president Donald Trump has nominated Admiral Harry B Harris Jr, commander of the United States Pacific Command, as the next ambassador to Australia.
Feb 04, 2018
Australia govt says it won't finance rail-link project supporting Adani group's Carmichael coal mineIn a blow to the Adani group, the Australian government on Sunday said it would not finance a vital rail-link project that supports beleaguered Indian energy giant's 16.5 billion dollars Carmichael coal mine.
Dec 04, 2017
Australia reacts to reports of foreign interference in national politics, will introduce tougher espionage lawsForeign interference in Australian politics has become a "serious problem", a top official said Monday, with tougher laws on espionage to be introduced.
Nov 28, 2017
Beijing launches large-scale evictions of migrant workers, triggers protestsAuthorities in Beijing have launched sweeping evictions of workers who have migrated from elsewhere in the country, triggering a public outcry over the treatment of people the city depends on
Nov 18, 2017
By-election triggered by constitutional crisis puts Australian government at risk of losing powerAustralia’s conservative coalition government is at risk of losing power after a new poll revealed the opposition Labor Party is neck-and-neck in a knife-edge by-election
Sep 05, 2017
Hurricane Harvey: At least 60 dead, thousands displaced as authorities begin to count damageMore than 60 people have died or are feared dead in flooding or circumstances connected to Tropical Storm Harvey, according to local officials on Monday
Aug 09, 2017
60 former and current Google employee are suing the company for pay disparities against womenThe Lawsuit will be filed by female employees who believe they have earned less than men at Google despite equal qualifications and comparable positions.
Jun 28, 2017
Making Ivanka Trump shoes in China: Long hours, low pay and abuseBefore taking on an official role as adviser to her father, Ivanka Trump stepped back from day-to-day management of her brand, but she has retained her ownership interest.
May 23, 2017
Media report reveals Google tried squashing coverage on gender discrimination caseUS government alleged that Google had violated federal laws when it did not provide employees' salary history and contact information as part of an audit.
Apr 25, 2017
Nasscom issues a statement saying that TCS and Infosys only get 8.8 percent of total H-1B visasNasscom has said that the two top companies - TCS and Infosys - got only 8.8 percent of H-1B visas for placement of workers in the United States.