Month: May 2016

Indians buying Real estate
Featured Stories

Are rich Indian buyers the next big thing in Australia real- estate?

With India’s economic growth this year expected to surpass China’s, and its individual wealth increasing, local agents are forecasting cashed-up Indian buyers will soon look forward to buy real estate in other countries such as Australia.But the degree of impact and influence Indian money could have on Aussie property is as much a guess as a bet on a cricket […]

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Indian couple sue ANZ
Australia news

Indian Couple Suing Australian Bank for 1.5 Billion Dollar

One of the biggest lawsuit in Australia’s history, 1.5 billion dollar lawsuit, is launched today by a high-profile Indian-origin couple against ANZ Bank. The couple is suing the bank for allegedly undervaluing shares of their fertiliser company to recoup millions in debts. The case launched by Pankaj and Radhika Oswal in the Supreme court of Victoria […]

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Immigration

Long-term multiple entry visa for high-spending Indian travelers

It seems like a good news for Indians who like to make multiple visits to Australia. 3-year multiple-entry visitor visa for India will be in action by July 2016. This is an attempt to make high-spending Indian travellers repeat visits. The trial which targets frequent short-term travellers to Australia, will allow entry into Australia multiple […]

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Australia news
Featured Stories

Indian Awarded Australia’s Highest Civilian Honour

Cennupati Jagadish, professor of Physics at the Australian National University, has been awarded Australia’s highest civilian honour, the Companion of the Order of Australia (AC). Professor Jagadish is an Indian-origin physicist, neurologist, and distinguished professor. Currently he is working as the head of the Semiconductor Optoelectronics and Nanotechnology Group at ANU and has done some great work in […]

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