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Tag: Australian

Brian Lara To Join Yuvraj Singh & Wasim Akram In Bushfire Relief Match

Melbourne: Batting legend Brian Lara will take part in the Bushfire Cricket Bash fundraising match on February 8. As per Cricket Australia website report, Lara will join former India batsman Yuvraj Singh and Pakistan great Wasim Akram on the playing rosters. Legendary Australian opening partners Justin Langer and Matthew Hayden are also set to be […]

  • Tuesday, 20 April 2021
Complete design of silicon quantum computer chip unveiled

Sydney: In a first, a team of Australian and Dutch engineers has created a complete design for a quantum computer chip that can be manufactured using mostly standard silicon technology. The new chip design, published in the journal Nature Communications, details a novel architecture that allows quantum calculations to be performed using existing semiconductor components, […]

  • Tuesday, 06 July 2021
Wife Lara's tweet angers tennis ace Bhupathi

Mumbai: Indian tennis ace Mahesh Bhupathi on Tuesday reacted angrily to his wife and actress Lara Dutta’s tweet demonstrating how she stopped water from seeping into her house by using towels of Wimbledon U.S., Australian and French Open. Dutta posted a picture on the social networking site showing rolled up towels against large glass doors. “Putting […]

  • Tuesday, 06 July 2021
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Australian 'marijuana queen' returns from Bali after 13 years

Canberra: A former Australian beautician arrived in Brisbane on Sunday after being released from jail in Bali, Indonesia, following a drug-trafficking conviction that earned her the title of “marijuana queen”. Schapelle Corby was arrested in 2004 at the Bali airport for possessing 4.2 kg of cannabis, and was sentenced in 2005 for drug trafficking, Efe […]

  • Monday, 05 July 2021
Australian researchers develop diabetes drug to replace insulin injections

Canberra: Diabetes sufferers might soon be able to take pills to treat their condition, rather than inject themselves with insulin, a research by Australian scientists said on Friday. Research led by the University of Adelaide is testing safer and more effective drugs to treat type-2 diabetes which will reduce side-effects and insulin injections, Xinhua news […]

  • Monday, 05 July 2021

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