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About 43 results for "fair work australia"

Pay dispute: Warner, Maxwell and Co show sense of humour as Twitter trolls 'unemployed' Aussie cricketers
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Pay dispute: Warner, Maxwell and Co show sense of humour as Tw...

Australia vice captain David Warner feels that the ugly pay dispute between Cricket Australia (CA) and the Australian Cricketers Association (ACA) means his 'workplace' no longer feels like family. Top cricketers of Australia are effectively unemployed after ... DNA, 1 month ago

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Politics is dirty, confess leaders in Karnataka, Australia

An interactive session on local governance involving elected representatives from Karnataka and Australia witnessed some confessional moments with both sides admitting that politics in their respective places was not clean. Malleswaram MLA Dr C N Ashwath ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago
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Australia probes Uber recruitment as drivers seek employee status

SYDNEY - Australia's workplace regulator on Wednesday said it is investigating U.S. ride-hailing firm Uber Technologies Inc over the way it recruits drivers, after a drivers group sought employee rather than subcontractor status. The Fair Work Ombudsman plans ...
 Sify1 month ago
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Is studying abroad really expensive?

Taking up a course of study in an international university comes with its fair share of insecurities. But how many of those fears are really true? Let's find out. Illustration by Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com Studying abroad is gaining popularity due to the positive impact it has on a student's holistic development. Schools and colleges are encouraging their students to explore academic opportunities abroad. Many invite admission counsellors, education advisors to address senior classes to explain ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago

Happy to see quality pacemen emerging from India: McGrath

Australia legend Glenn McGrath says it was good to see a crop of quality pacemen emerging from India, which has generally relied on slower bowlers. "To see so many fast bowlers come through (from India) is wonderful. To be a fast bowler in India is the ...
 Deccan Herald2 months ago

Australian plant extract can kill Zika virus: study

In a breakthrough, scientists have discovered a group of naturally occurring compounds in an Australian native plant that can effectively kill the Zika virus. Tests confirmed the compounds halted the virus and stopped it from replicating without damage to ...
 Business Standard2 months ago

US to help India modernise military

Press Trust of India City: Washington Indo-US defence trade is expected to gallop in the next few years from the current $15 billion A top American commander has offered the US help to India to modernise its military, saying together they can improve ...
 The Financial Chronicle4 days ago US ready to help India modernise its military: Admiral Harris  Deccan Herald5 days ago
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World Athletics PIX: US reclaim 4x400m title, more injury woe for Jamaica

US reclaim 4x400m title, more injury woe for Jamaica IMAGE: US women relay team celebrate. Photograph: IAAF/Twitter Olympic champions the United States reclaimed their women’s 4x400m relay world title as Jamaica suffered more injury heartbreak in the World Championships final on Sunday. Twenty four hours after Usain Bolt sensationally pulled up in his relay event, Anneisha McLaughlin-Whilby slowed down clutching her leg 20 metres into her second leg and went to ground, ending ...
 Rediff.com4 days ago
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Hamid Ansari on 10 years as Rajya Sabha chairman

'The chair is a referee in a match, whether this side is playing better or that side is playing worse is no concern of the chair.' Part I: 'Indianness of any citizen being questioned is disturbing' Part II: 'There's unease. A sense of insecurity is creeping in' IMAGE: Former vice president Hamid Ansari, left, with his successor Muppavarapu Venkaiah Naidu at the farewell accorded to Ansari on his last day as Rajya Sabha chairman.Photograph: Shahbaz Khan/PTI Photo   Along with being the ...
 Rediff.com5 days ago
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'Indianness of any citizen being questioned is disturbing'

'We are a plural society that for centuries, not for 70 years, has lived in a certain ambience of acceptance.''It is under threat,' outgoing Vice President Hamid Ansari tells Karan Thapar. Thursday, August 10, was Hamid Ansari's last day as Vice President of India. He's held the job for 10 years -- no one has held it longer -- and only one of his predecessors Sarvapalli Radhakrishnan has held it for as long. Before he became Vice President Mr Ansari was India's ambassador to Afghanistan and ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago
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