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Sharapova, Nadal march ahead in Open
Assam Tribune

Roger Federer crashes out of Australian Open

Swiss Tennis icon Roger Federer crashed out of the Australian Open men's singles event after losing the third round clash against unheralded Italian Andreas Seppi here on Friday.The four-time champion was defeated by his 46-ranked opponent 6-4 7-6 ... 24Dunia, 2 days ago
Sharapova, Nadal through The Statesman, 5 hours ago
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Indian Express

Australian Open: Andreas Seppi ends Roger Federer's Australian summer

Roger Federer falls short as Rafael Nadal sails through at the Australian Open. (Source: Reuters) Roger Federer was sent packing by Andreas Seppi as Rafael Nadal battled on to progress to the 4th round of the Australian Open. Under the lights of ...
 Indian Express1 day ago Roger Federer faces question: Will he win another major?  USA Today2 days ago 2015 Australian Open Upset: Roger Federer Eliminated By Andreas Seppi In Third Round  International Business Times Australia2 days ago Australian Open: Major shock as Roger Federer falls in four sets  WA Today2 days ago
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Renew Economy

'Fascinating' court case challenges approval of Australia's largest coal mine

Indian mining giant Adani has condemned the latest legal challenge from the Mackay Conservation Group over a central Queensland mine. The Group has launched action in the Federal Court over the approval of Adani's $16 billion Carmichael Coal Mine ...
 ABC Online6 days ago Court challenge will test coal mining's climate culpability  Renew Economy1 week ago
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Full Federal Court rules on statutory Right to Terminate Patent Licences

Client/Legal Alert 23 January 2015 Read publication The Full Federal Court of Australia has unanimously confirmed that a licence to exploit multiple patents cannot be terminated by relying on section 145 of the Patents Act 1900 (Cth) (Act) ...
 Baker & McKenzie2 days ago Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Limited Announces U.S. Supreme Court Decision To Reverse Federal Circuit Court???s Judgment On COPAXONE?? 20 Mg/Ml Case And Remand For Further Review  BioSpace5 days ago Teva Announces U.S. Supreme Court Decision to Reverse Federal Circuit Court's Judgment on COPAXONE® 20 mg/mL Case and Remand for Further Review  CEOWorld Magazine5 days ago Press Release: Teva Announces U.S. Supreme Court Decision to Reverse Federal Circuit Court's Judgment on COPAXONE(R) 20 mg/mL Case and Remand for Further Review  iMarketReports5 days ago
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Adani's coal mine in Australia in trouble

The Australian federal court has been asked to overturn the approval given to Indian conglomerate Adani's $16.5 billion Queensland coal mine on account of harmful environmental impact.Opposition to Australian Environment Minister Greg Hunt's approval to the ...
 Prokerala1 week ago
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Malay Mail

Lawyer for Altantuya killer says ready to fight extradition from Australia

Sirul Azhar's lawyer Kamarul Hisham Kamaruddin (pic) speaks to the media at the Federal court, January 13, 2015. ― Reuters pic PUTRAJAYA, Jan 19 — The lawyer for Sirul Azhar Umar, who is sentenced to hang for killing Mongolian Altantuya ...
 Malay Mail6 days ago
Sydney Morning Herald

Teen star Nick Kyrgios' mysterious on-court tribute at Australian Open

SHARE TWEET SMS SEND EMAIL (Reuters) After each of his victories at the Australian Open (three at last count), Aussie teen sensation Nick Kyrgios drops to one knee, bows his head and kisses his finger. It's a ...
 USA Today2 days ago Kyrgios storms back to win epic five-set Open thriller  Sydney Morning Herald11 hours ago Nick Kyrgios wins thriller to make Australian Open quarterfinals  Stuff.co.nz12 hours ago Australian Open: Nick Kyrgios into quarter-finals after epic win  Melbourne Age18 hours ago
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Arab News

Seppi topples Federer; Nadal, Sharapova survive

MELBOURNE: A stunned Roger Federer was dumped from the Australian Open Friday in his worst showing since 2001 as Rafael Nadal and Maria Sharapova bounced back to stay in the title hunt. In the tournament's biggest upset, the Swiss world No.2 had no ...
 Arab News2 days ago Photos :: (SP)AUSTRALIA-MELBOURNE-TENNIS-KVITOVA  24Dunia16 hours ago Photos :: AUSTRALIA-MELBOURNE-TENNIS-BOUCHARD  24Dunia16 hours ago Australian Open: Shock for Roger Federer as Rafa Nadal and Maria Sharapova blitz through  Times of Oman2 days ago
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Sydney Morning Herald

From the court of Sir Flipper

Our Sir Prince Flipper, that Australian nonpareil, wasn't at Melbourne Park on Monday, nor Her Majesty, His Missus. That was a bit of a surprise, because there can be no more Australian place on Australia Day than the Australian Open (see, three in ...
 Sydney Morning Herald4 hours ago On knighthood: Why Sir Nick, Sir Tim and Sir Shane are more deserving than Sir Philip  Queensland Country Life3 hours ago
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Indian Express

Aussie teenager to face the Brit in mouth watering QF battle

Rafael Nadal at Wimbledon, and followed up Sunday by beating the guy who ousted Roger Federer at the Australian Open. Next up for Nick Kyrgios is a quarterfinal against Andy Murray at Melbourne Park. It's about to get very noisy on Rod Laver Arena.
 New Delhi Pioneer6 hours ago Australia day before Australia Day  Indian Express11 hours ago Kyrgios to meet Murray in in Australian Open quarterfinals  Metro Canada15 hours ago Aussie teen storms into Australian Open quarters  Social Dashboard4 hours ago
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