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Australia won't be happy with a draw, says Gilchrist

India vs Australia: Virat Kohli will be enemy No 1 but sledgin...

Virat Kohli will be Australia's "public enemy number one" during the upcoming Test series against India, according to former batsman Michael Hussey but he has advised Steve Smith and Co. not to sledge him as it would bring the best out of the Indian captain. First, 1 month ago

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I love Kohli and Australian public love him: Former Aussie captain Clarke

Former Australia skipper Michael Clarke on Wednesday slammed his country's media for "tarnishing" India skipper Virat Kohli's image and stressed that his country "loves" the Indian except a handful of journalists.Besides comparing the 28-year-old Kohli to ...
 Prokerala5 days ago Former Oz skipper Clarke slams Aussie media for tarnishing Kohli's image  Sify5 days ago

Couple of Aussie reporters trying to tarnish Kohli's image: Clarke

'Comparing Virat Kohli with Donald Trump - what a load of s*** is that.' IMAGE: I love Kohli and the Australian public love him, said former Australia skipper Michael Clarke. Photograph courtesy: Michael Clarke/Twitter Former Australia captain Michael Clarke has said that India skipper Virat Kohli should not be 'bothered' by a couple of Australian journalists who are trying to 'tarnish his image'. An Australian daily in its report had compared Kohli to the US president Donald Trump.
 Rediff.com5 days ago Aussie reporters trying to tarnish Virat's image: Clarke  Deccan Herald5 days ago 2-3 Aussie reporters trying to tarnish Virat's image: Clarke  Deccan Herald5 days ago

Cricket-Warner bites his tongue, hopes to let bat do the talking

Australia's David Warner is refusing to take the bait after being publicly sledged by India's cricketers, but even if he wanted to fire back the struggling opening batsman has few runs to back up any fighting words.
 DNA2 weeks ago Warner bites his tongue, hopes to let bat do the talking  Reuters2 weeks ago REFILE-Cricket-Warner bites his tongue, hopes to let bat do the talking  Reuters2 weeks ago

Join global lights out tonight for an hour to celebrate 10th Earth Hour

Started by the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) in Australia in 2007, Earth Hour has expanded to a global event, with public spaces going dark, and in some places, people gathering with lit candles instead. The post Join global lights out tonight for an hour to ...
 First Post.com2 days ago

Australia heat wave causes firms to power down but blackouts avoided

Major energy users in Australia shut down on Friday, and the public were asked not to go home and cook or watch television, averting big blackouts amid strained supplies as an extreme heat wave moved from the desert interior to the east coast.
 DNA1 month ago
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Allianz considers takeover of Australia's QBE: Source

The source, who was not authorised to speak publicly about the matter, told Reuters no acquisition price had been proposed to QBE, Australia's biggest insurer.
 Money Control1 month ago

Australia: 3 dead, more than 15 injured after driver ploughs car into pedestrians

* Police say incident deliberate but not terrorism-related* Suspect in custody, no ongoing risk to public - police* Police believe incident related to earlier stabbing
 DNA2 months ago

Male Muslim students excused from shaking hands with women at Australian school

Male Muslim students at a public school in Australia can refuse to shake hands with women to adhere to their faith. The Hurstville Boys Campus of Georges River College in Sydney recently hosted an awards ceremony at which female presenters were told by the ...
 Zee News1 month ago
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Australia to Enforce Penalties for Smoking In Public Spaces

In Australia, smoking indoors in any public area has been banned since 2004. In 2015 it was made illegal to smoke in any public dining areas.
 Med India1 month ago Australian state to enforce penalties for smoking  Prokerala1 month ago
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