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Tag: Sydney

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Natural Disaster Declared In Australian State, Evacuations On

Sydney: Flooding in parts of New South Wales (NSW) was declared a natural disaster on Sunday and residents in flood-hit areas west of Sydney were evacuated as Australia’s most populous state continued to be hammered by heavy rain. Sixteen areas, primarily in the north of the state, were declared “disaster ridden”, dpa news agency quoted […]

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India Vs Australia 3rd Test: Australia Tighten Noose With 197-Run Lead

Sydney: Australia took a lead of 94-run in the first innings by bowling out India for 244 runs and then going to stumps at 103/2 to stretch their overall lead to 197 runs on the third day of the third test match at the Sydney Cricket Ground today. Steve Smith was unbeaten on 29 while […]

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Ind Vs Aus 3rd Test: India, Australia Players Test Covid Negative, Fit To Fly To Sydney

Melbourne: The Indian and Australian cricket team players and support staff have returned negative results for Covid-19 and are fit to fly to Sydney for the third Test that begins on January 7. “Playing members of the Indian cricket team and support staff underwent an RT-PCR Test for Covid-19 on January 3, 2021. All tests […]

Australia Defeat India By 66 Runs, Take 1-0 Lead In ODI Series
Australia Defeat India By 66 Runs, Take 1-0 Lead In ODI Series

Sydney: Australia defeated India by 66 runs in the first One-day International at the Sydney Cricket Ground on Friday to take a 1-0 lead in the three-game series. Though there was a rearguard action from Hardik Pandya, who got his highest ODI score (90 off 76 balls) and added 128 runs for the fifth wicket […]

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Why some companies will fail on work-from-home transition

Sydney: Organisations which are more control-oriented and check the productivity of their employees based on inputs will find it more difficult to trust their people when working from home, according to a new study. The pandemic has forced many organisations to change in ways that would have been unthinkable six months ago. According to Karin […]

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High calorie diet causes brain health to decline faster: Study

Sydney: The unhealthy habits of modern-day living with a diet high in calories may cause brain health to deteriorate faster, according to an Australian study published on Thursday. Compared to 50 years ago, people currently consume an average of around 650 extra kilocalories each day, which is equivalent to a fast-food meal of a burger, […]

6.2-magnitude earthquake strikes Fiji island

Sydney: A 6.2-magnitude earthquake hit near the Pacific island nation of Fiji just before 8:00 local time (2:30 am IST) on Sunday, the US Geological Survey said. Shortly after, the area felt another smaller tremor, which registered 5.2 magnitude. The earthquakes hit just south of the island between Fiji and Tonga, and were detected at […]

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Three half-centuries guide Australia to 288/5 vs India

Sydney: Some fantastic middle-order batting by Australia helped them post 288/5 against India in the first ODI of the three-match rubber at the Sydney Cricket Ground here on Saturday. After a poor beginning, the Australian middle-order stepped up when it was needed the most and four good knocks guided them to reach a good total. […]

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Confident India to begin World Cup preparation with Australia series

Sydney: After the high of the first-ever Test series win Down Under, India would look to put aside the unexpected controversy involving two players and fine tune their World Cup preparations in the three-match ODI series against an under-fire Australia, beginning here on Saturday. Ahead of the start of the limited-overs series, all-rounder Hardik Pandya […]

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This win is as big as '83 World Cup win if not bigger: Ravi Shastri

Sydney: India coach Ravi Shastri equated India’s maiden Test series win on Australia soil with the historic 1983 World Cup triumph terming it “as big if not bigger”. India beat Australia 2-1 to win their first Test series in Australia in 71 years and Shastri wasn’t short of praise for his wards. “I will tell […]

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This is my biggest achievement: Virat Kohli

Sydney: India captain Virat Kohli termed his team’s historic 2-1 series win on Australia soil as his “biggest achievement” which will give the current team a “different identity”. Eight summers back at the Wankhede, Kohli was the youngest member of a star-studded team led by Mahendra Singh Dhoni which lifted the World Cup but this […]

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India create history by winning maiden test series on Australian soil

Sydney: India scripted history winning their first ever series on Australian soil beating the home team 2-1 after the fourth and final Test ended in a tame draw due to inclement weather. India scored 622 for 7 in their first innings and then bowled out Australia for 300 thereby enforcing the follow-on. However persistent drizzle […]

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India vs Australia 4th Test: Rain washes out morning session

Sydney: Continuous rain washed out the morning session of the fifth and final day of the fourth Test between India and Australia at the Sydney Cricket Ground (SCG) here on Monday. Australia were six for no loss in their second innings when lunch break was taken as not a single delivery was possible. The hosts […]

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4th Test: Australia out for 300; India enforce follow-on

Sydney: Australia were bowled out for 300 in their first innings and India enforced the follow-on just before tea on the fourth day of the fourth Test match here on Sunday as the hosts trailed by 322 runs. Chinaman Kuldeep Yadav picked up five wickets for 99 runs. Resuming the day at 236/6, Australia’s lower-order […]

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4th Test: Indian bowlers dominate 3rd day, Australia 236/6

Sydney: Australia were left struggling at 236/6 in their first innings, trailing India by 386 runs at stumps on the third day of the fourth cricket Test here on Saturday. At the close of the day’s play, Peter Handscomb was batting on a patient 28 while Pat Cummins was on 25 at the other end. […]

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Ashwin undergoes solo practice session ahead of final Test

Sydney: In a bid to return to the playing XI for the fourth and final Test at the Sydney Cricket Ground, starting Thursday, India’s premier off-spinner Ravichandran Ashwin on Tuesday underwent a solo indoor bowling session while the rest of the Indian team preferred to take a day off. Ashwin, who suffered a side strain […]

Our pacers have skills to trouble Kohli: Paine

Sydney: Australia have enough firepower in their pace attack to “trouble” India’s talismanic captain Virat Kohli, believes skipper Tim Paine, who urged his seamers to not get too “emotional” during the four-Test series starting at Adelaide on December 6. “I think our fast bowling attack if they play purely on skill, they’re going to trouble […]

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Tornadoes, huge hailstones wreak havoc in Australia

Canberra: Tornadoes and a thunderstorm “supercell” swept across Australia’s Queensland state, with reports of four people injured by tennis ball-sized hailstones, the Bureau of Meteorology (BOM) said on Friday. The dangerous weather system hit the state’s south-east on Thursday, reports the BBC. One tornado struck Tansey, a town 250 km north of Brisbane, snapping trees […]

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Obesity in your 20s linked to reduced life expectancy: Study

Sydney: If you are obese or overweight in your 20s and 30s, expect to lose up to 10 years in life expectancy, researchers have warned. The findings showed that men and women who are obese in their 20s will lose up to eight and six years respectively in their lives. In addition, if they are […]

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'Sanju', 'Newton' nominated at Australian Academy awards

Sydney: Indian films “Sanju”, “Newton” and “Gali Guleiyan” have been nominated for the Best Asian Film Award at the Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts (AACTA). The Bollywood movies will be in contention with South Korea’s “1987 When The Day Comes”, “The Bold, The Corrupt And The Beautiful” from Taiwan, China’s “Dying To Survive” […]

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Shilpa Shetty faces racism at Sydney airport

Sydney: Actress-entrepreneur Shilpa Shetty Kundra on Sunday alleged that she faced an unpleasant experience for being “brown” at the Sydney airport over her cabin luggage. Upset by an official who was curt, she says people’s tone must not change with preference to colour. Shilpa, who dealt with racism in 2007 when she was a contestant […]

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Maternal exposure to pollen ups risk of asthma in babies

Sydney: Babies born to mothers who got exposed to pollen during the last trimester may be at increased risk of developing respiratory diseases such as asthma, says a study. The findings showed that those born during the peak grass pollen season had high immunoglobulin E (IgE) levels in umbilical cord blood — a marker used […]

More Aussies implanting heart-shock devices for cardiac death prevention

Sydney: More Australians are implanting in their bodies life-saving devices that prevent cardiac death, but it is unclear whether the trend reflects an increasing need for the implants or a heightened awareness of risk factors for the heart-linked sudden deaths, according to latest Australian research. The implantable cardioverter defibrillators (ICD), which work by delivering an […]

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This ingestible electronic capsule can detect different gases in gut

  Sydney:Scientists have developed an experimental ingestible electronic capsule that can detect gases such as oxygen, hydrogen, and carbon dioxide present in the human gut as well as shed light on the microbes that live within it. The capsule provided a potentially powerful diagnostic technique, and could offer unique insights into the effects of diet […]

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Sydney records hottest day after 80 years

Sydney:The city of Sydney recorded its hottest day on Sunday with the mercury hitting 47.3 degrees Celsius after almost 80 years, according to Australian weather authorities. Much of Sydney reached its peak temperature at about 3 p.m., with the city’s west bearing the brunt of the heat, reports the Guardian. Richmond reached 46.3 degrees Celsius […]

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