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Man trapped in washing machine rescued after three hours
25th August 2015 Man trapped in washing machine rescued after three hours
WEB DESK: How would you feel if you trip over into the washing machine while doing your own laundry? A 22 year old man in Sydney got trapped in his washing machine, waist down for at least three...
England field against Australia
20th August 2015 England field against Australia
LONDON: England captain Alastair Cook won the toss and elected to field against Australia in the fifth and final Ashes Test at The Oval on Thursday. A green-tinged pitch and overcast skies offered encouragement to England’s pacemen who...
Australian Blogger finds Pakistan ‘one of the friendliest countries’
17th August 2015 Australian Blogger finds Pakistan ‘one of the friendliest countries’
WEB DESK: An Australian travel blogger, visited Pakistan and posted pictures from her trip on her Facebook page. Sophee Southall, never mentioned where the pictures were from but it looks like she was visiting the beautiful Hunza. She...
PCB needs to organize tours against Australia, England, SA: Inzamam
7th August 2015 PCB needs to organize tours against Australia, England, SA: Inzamam
ISLAMABAD: Former batting great Inzamam-ul-Haq has urged the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) to organize more tours for the national team to Australia, England, South Africa and India saying at out times we struggled against these teams but also...
Australia 60 all out against England
6th August 2015 Australia 60 all out against England
NOTTINGHAM: England’s Stuart Broad took eight wickets as Australia, after losing the toss, sensationally collapsed to 60 all out on the first day of the fourth Test at Trent Bridge on Thursday. Fast-medium bowler Broad’s Test-best return of...
Australia to build new naval fleet in $65bn package
4th August 2015 Australia to build new naval fleet in $65bn package
SYDNEY: Australia on Tuesday announced a Aus$89 billion (US$65 billion) shipbuilding package to construct new frigates and patrol boats locally, with a decision on an international supplier for replacement submarines made “in coming months”. The “continuous shipbuilding” proposal,...
Diver killed by shark in Australia as daughter watches
25th July 2015 Diver killed by shark in Australia as daughter watches
SYDNEY: A diver was killed by a shark Saturday while hunting scallops off the coast of Australia as his daughter watched helplessly, shocking locals in an area not known for such attacks. The deadly incident happened off Maria...
Smith stands firm for Australia in second Test
17th July 2015 Smith stands firm for Australia in second Test
LONDON: Steven Smith continued to pile on the runs for Australia in the second Ashes Test against England at Lord’s after Chris Rogers’s marathon innings eventually ended on Friday. Australia were 424 for three at lunch on the...
Australia 104-1 against England
16th July 2015 Australia 104-1 against England
LONDON: Australia, after winning the toss, were 104 for one against England at lunch on the first day of the second Ashes Test at Lord’s on Thursday. Chris Rogers was 43 not out and Steven Smith 16 not...
Rogers gets Australia going in second Ashes Test
16th July 2015 Rogers gets Australia going in second Ashes Test
LONDON: Chris Rogers rode his luck as Australia made an excellent start in the second Ashes Test against England at Lord’s on Thursday. Australia were 104 for one at lunch on the first day, with David Warner the...
Younis won’t retire before winning in Australia, England
16th July 2015 Younis won’t retire before winning in Australia, England
KARACHI: Pakistan veteran Younis Khan has vowed to hold off retiring until he has guided his team to Test series victories in England and Australia to cap off a remarkable career. The 37-year-old played his hundredth Test on...
England 149-3 against Australia
10th July 2015 England 149-3 against Australia
CARDIFF: England were 149 for three in their second innings, a lead of 271 runs, at tea on the third day of the first Ashes Test against Australia at Sophia Gardens on Friday. Ian Bell was 53 not...
Australia and New Zealand reap $843 mn World Cup dividend
30th June 2015 Australia and New Zealand reap $843 mn World Cup dividend
Web Desk: The economies of Australia and New Zealand benefited from A$1.1 billion ($843.59 million) in direct spending as a result of co-hosting the cricket World Cup earlier this year, according to a report released on Tuesday. The...
Johnson keeps Australia on top against Kent
27th June 2015 Johnson keeps Australia on top against Kent
CANTERBURY: Fast bowler Mitchell Johnson continued to look in good form as Australia strengthened their grip on Kent in their Ashes tour opener at Canterbury on Saturday. Kent were dismissed for 280 all out in reply to Australia’s...
Pakistan ranked ninth by ICC
2nd June 2015 Pakistan ranked ninth by ICC
DUBAI: Pakistan has been ranked ninth by the International Cricket Council, Aaj News reported. After the Pakistan- Zimbabwe series the ranking was issued according to which, the Aussies topped the ranking, India is on second and New Zealand...
Australia police foil alleged terror bomb plot
9th May 2015 Australia police foil alleged terror bomb plot
SYDNEY:Australian police said Saturday they had foiled an alleged terror bomb plot reportedly planned for Mother´s Day, arresting a Melbourne teenager and detonating three suspected explosive devices. Australian Federal Police (AFP) and their Victoria state counterparts raided a...
Australia’s central bank cuts interest rate to 2.0 percent
5th May 2015 Australia’s central bank cuts interest rate to 2.0 percent
SYDNEY: Australia’s central bank Tuesday cut the official cash rate by 25 basis points to a new record low of 2.0 percent, its first easing since February amid a soft economic outlook. “At today’s meeting, the board judged...
Australia urged to crack down on abuse of migrant labor
5th May 2015 Australia urged to crack down on abuse of migrant labor
SYDNEY: Australia faced growing calls Tuesday to crack down on the exploitation of migrants laboring in farms and factories, after a television investigation claimed foreigners toiled in conditions akin to “slave labor”. Using footage from secret cameras, the...
Indonesia issues execution orders for Australians, Filipino: media, lawyer
25th April 2015 Indonesia issues execution orders for Australians, Filipino: media, lawyer
SYDNEY: Two Australian drug traffickers and a Filipino woman were on Saturday given official notification by Indonesia that they will be executed, but with no given date, reports and a lawyer said. They include Australians Myuran Sukumaran and...
Australia foils alleged terror attack for Gallipoli centenary
18th April 2015 Australia foils alleged terror attack for Gallipoli centenary
SYDNEY: Hundreds of Australian police on Saturday arrested five teens planning an Islamic State-inspired terrorist attack next week at an event to mark the centenary of the landings at Gallipoli during World War One, Prime Minister Tony Abbott...
Australian cricket star and commentator Richie Benaud passes away at 84
10th April 2015 Australian cricket star and commentator Richie Benaud passes away at 84
The Cricket legend Australia and the legendary cricket commentator Richie Benaud has died at the age of 84. Former captain of Australia Benaud played in 63 Test matches and led Australia in 28 test international matches. Before his...
It’s time to play steady Cricket
28th March 2015 It’s time to play steady Cricket
The Stage is set for the Cricket World Cup final between the two top class sides Australia and New Zealand. In order to win they will have to give their all in on Sunday at MCG, Australia. Both...
Clarke warns Kiwis of MCG factor in World Cup final
26th March 2015 Clarke warns Kiwis of MCG factor in World Cup final
SYDNEY:  Skipper Michael Clarke says Australia’s experience playing at the Melbourne Cricket Ground will be a major factor in Sunday’s World Cup final against New Zealand. Australia put themselves in line for a fifth World Cup title with...
Australia will face New Zealand in the WC Final
26th March 2015 Australia will face New Zealand in the WC Final
SYDNEY, Australia: Australia beat India by 95 runs and qualified for the Cricket World Cup 2015  final against New Zealand which will be played on March 29 in Australia, Aaj News reported. Steve Smith has made a remarkable...
Australia can handle expectation in Sydney semi – Clarke
25th March 2015 Australia can handle expectation in Sydney semi – Clarke
SYDNEY: Australia skipper Michael Clarke is confident his side will have no problem handling the weight of local expectation when they meet reigning champions India in a blockbuster World Cup semi-final on Thursday. Australia’s four titles make them...
Australia face Doherty dilemma ahead of semi-final
24th March 2015 Australia face Doherty dilemma ahead of semi-final
SYDNEY: With two confident teams going head-to-head in a blockbuster World Cup semi-final on Thursday, it could be the tiniest misjudgment, the smallest detail that decides whether Australia or India emerge triumphant. Disregarding perhaps only the toss, Australia’s...
 
 
 
 
 
 

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