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India’s impressive new education policy could create opportunities for Australian universities and young people

In recent days, the Indian government approved a new education policy — the first for 34 years. The policy comes after an expert group produced a draft report last year.

Why Australia needs more migrants

According to the Australian Bureau of Statistics, Australia welcomed 210,900 new migrants both (permanent and temporary) in the calendar year 2019. However, the way most things seem...
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TikTok teens and the Trump campaign: How social media amplifies political activism and threatens...

The lower-than-expected attendance at President Trump’s rally in Tulsa on June 20 was attributed, at least in part, to an online army of K-pop fans who used...
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Why the Australian Govt’s uni fee shake-up won’t create the desired shift

It’s no secret that the data relating to Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) or Education courses is troubling to read. In 2018, Australia’s Department of Education,...

India-Aus virtual summit 2020: Two nations strengthen their alliance

In the recent virtual summit between the Prime Ministers of India and Australia, both Narendra Modi and Scott Morrison did not once mention China, but that country...
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America burning

Even before the senseless death of George Floyd at the hands of four Minnesotan police officers late last month, an increasingly divided America was already hurtling towards...

Leading the way out of COVID-19

Jacinda ArdernAngela MerkelLeadership (or the lack thereof) has been thrust under the spotlight during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. As we go to print, 4,186,000 people globally have been...
COVID-19, PM Modi and oil prices

COVID-19, PM Modi and oil prices

The United States and India, it has been claimed, will be the bell weather countries against the fight against Covid 19.Between the two,...
International student are cast aside by the government who were happy to take their dollars and services in good times while deserting them in tough time

Time for compassion for international students

For the 500,000 plus international students in Australia, the next few months will be a testing time.Already, they have been cast aside...

COVID-19: A world of new realities

What a start to the year - no, the decade - it has been.Having endured the bushfires of January and the rains of February...