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Melbourne to Launch Uber Airs Aerial Ride-sharing Pilot Program

Australias Melbourne city will be the first in the world outside of the US to launch Uber Airs aerial ride-sharing pilot program, the company...

This is How You Choose a Perfect Driver for Airport Transfers Melbourne

Now that you have decided to travel to your home town, you need someone to pick up since your parents don't have a car....

Australia’s Maribyrnong Detention Center Gets Closed

 Australia announced the closure of Melbourne's controversial Maribyrnong detention center Wednesday, one of several facilities used to lock up immigrants who arrived without papers. The...

Ola offers free rides in Melbourne

Indian ride-sharing major Ola on Thursday announced that it has begun offering free rides in Australia's Melbourne city as a soft launch of its...

Seven Safe Solo Female Travel Destinations To Check Out

Oct 06, 2017: Women in the 21st century have achieved success in almost every professional. The Information Technology (IT) in India itself has more...

Children who grow up in Poorer Homes more likely to experience Puberty earlier than their Peers: Study

Melbourne, May 24, 2017: Children who grow up in poorer homes are more likely to experience puberty earlier than their peers, said an Australian...

People Rallies in Australia after Proposal to house Refugees locally drew People both For and Against the Measure

November 5, 2016: Hundreds of people rallied in Melbourne, Australia, on Saturday after a proposal to house refugees locally drew people both for and against...

Are Modi’s flagship programs losing their sheen for Indian diaspora?

The Government of India’s apparent move to “shift” the Pravasi Bharatiya Divas (PBD) celebration this year to NRIs living abroad, instead of making it a...

Australian city to taste Indian food

Tejas Patel, organiser of the Wyndham Food Truck Festival, said he wanted to hold the festival because there hadn't been anything like it in Wyndham before, the Melbourne Leader reported on Saturday.

Ayurvedic Pharmacy: Indian researcher Vandana Gulati uses plants for diabetes treatment

Melbourne:  An Indian researcher currently pursuing Ph.D in Australia is conducting a study to test the use of plants in the treatment of diabetes...

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