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Explainer: what exactly is a living wage?
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Explainer: what exactly is a living wage?

Australia’s national minimum wage should become a “living wage”, according to a new campaign from the Australian Council of Trade Unions (ACTU). But what exactly is a living wage? In theory, a living wage is no different to a minimum wage. catchnews.com, 1 month ago

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Australia keen on exchange of info, ideas with Rajasthan

South Australia’s minister of trade and industry Martin Hamilton-Smith believes that Rajasthan is a doorway to India for exchange of information and ideas, in the same ways as the former is a doorway to Australia. “We don’t aim to set up ...
 DNA1 month ago
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Most ancient spiral galaxy discovered

Scientists have discovered the most ancient spiral galaxy in the universe that existed 11 billion years ago and could provide insights into the early cosmos. The galaxy, known as A1689B11, existed just 2.6 billion years after the Big Bang, when the universe ...
 DNA1 month ago

Australian snakes, lizards have Asian origins: study

Ancestors of most Australian lizards and snakes, including some of the world's deadliest species, migrated from Asia to the southern continent as early as 30 million years ago, a study has found.About 85 per cent of more than 1,000 snake and lizard species in ...
 Business Standard1 month ago

Gareth Sansom - Transformer: visual ambushes, black humour and naughty pleasures

Gareth Sansom is a rare and an intimidating phenomenon in Australian art – an artist who thinks deeply, is fiercely independent, is visually literate and has mastery over an extensive range of skills. His retrospective exhibition at the National Gallery ...
 catchnews.com2 months ago

Researchers turn to crowdfunding to save endangered parrot

Australian researchers have turned to crowdfunding to help bankroll a new technology to save the critically endangered swift parrot from extinction in the island state of Tasmania.Scientists from the Australian National University (ANU) and the National ...
 Prokerala1 month ago
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What's in a number?

The BCCI has retired the No 10 jersey in Tendulkar's honour.But in football, number 10 signifies the legend.After Pele and Diego Maradona, the two great strikers of the ball, Lionel Messi has made the number priceless, notes Veer Arjun Singh. IMAGE: Sachin Tendulkar's fans make their view amply clear during an IPL game. Photograph: BCCI The world of sports is a game of numbers. They measure capability, set records and mark history. Sorting people by numbers often elides their individual ...
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The next big thing in technology may soon be shatter-proof screens

Scientists have found a novel way to alter the structure of glass to improve its resistance to fractures, an advance that may lead to the development of shatter-proof smartphone screens. "Everyone knows how frustrating it is when you drop your mobile device ...
 DNA2 days ago Shatter-proof smartphone screens in the offing  Business Standard2 days ago

German Intelligence accuses China of unlawful information gathering

China's leaders vehemently deny that they interfere in the internal politics of others or that they pursue hegemony - because they are not like others. However, that proclamation of innocence has been shown to be a bald-faced lie through various revelations ...
 Sify3 days ago
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'Leadership improves Virat's performance'

'The biggest plus point for Kohli is that leadership is not affecting his performance, in fact it is the opposite, it is helping him.' IMAGE: 'Virat Kohli is a very aggressive cricketer and it shows in his captaincy too.'The captain acknowledges the applause after he scored a double hundred in the Nagpur Test against Sri Lanka, November 26, 2017. Photograph: BCCI As coach he did the impossible and stunned the cricketing world when he coached underdogs Sri Lanka to the World Cup title in 1996.
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago
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