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Australia holds the world's largest supplies of uranium, and India is keen to import the mineral that serves as fuel for nuclear reactors. Both the leaders mentioned the TERI-Deakin Research Centre on Nano and Bio Technology. He said Australia was helping India in its water management policy while sharing expertise in the area of renewable energy. Turnbull said that two-way trade in goods and services previous year was almost $20 billion - more than double of what it was a decade ago.
  • Manhunt for child sex offender who escaped Victoria prison

    Manhunt for child sex offender who escaped Victoria prison

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    SUNDAY: Police are now searching for a man who escaped from the Langi Kal Kal prison in Trawalla this morning. Senior Sergeant Phyland said police did not believe that the man was armed, but warned people not to approach him. Dettman is 178 centimetres tall, of thin build and has cropped grey hair and blue eyes. Dettman was last seen wearing green tracksuit paints and a flannelette shirt.
  • Pope Denounces 'Vile' Syria Attack In His Easter Message

    Pope Denounces 'Vile' Syria Attack In His Easter Message

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    In Saint Mark's Cathedral, where Coptic Pope Tawadros II led the mass on Saturday, worshippers passed through three metal detectors as policemen and soldiers stood guard in the sprawling compound and on the streets outside. He's also acknowledged "all those victimized by old and new forms of slavery, inhuman labour, illegal trafficking, exploitation and discrimination, and grave forms of addiction".
  • California police seek more suspects after violent rallies

    California police seek more suspects after violent rallies

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    The other side included self-described patriots and nationalists, Trump supporters, free speech advocates, and other groups. Trump backers and members of the so-called alt-right movement were holding a "free speech" rally at the park, while opponents of the movement, calling themselves anti-fascists, headed to the same spot at about 10 a.m.
  • Xi, Trump pledge to expand win-win cooperation, manage differences

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    Following the summit, President Xi agreed to work on a 100-day plan for trade talks aimed at boosting U.S. exports and reducing China's trade surplus with the United States. That test came a month after Pyongyang simultaneously launched four medium-range missiles into the ocean in what it said was proof it could hit USA military bases in Japan.
  • US, allies and China working on North Korea

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    US Pacific Command detected and tracked what it assessed to be a North Korean ballistic missile launch on Sunday morning, said US Navy Commander Dave Benham, a spokesman for US Pacific Command. "But at every step of the way, North Korea answered our overtures with willful deception, broken promises and nuclear and missile tests". South Korea said it would convene a national security council meeting on Sunday.
  • Archbishop of Canterbury urges 'restoration and hope' in Easter Sunday sermon

    Archbishop of Canterbury urges 'restoration and hope' in Easter Sunday sermon

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    Members of the clergy also emphasised the need for religious tolerance and fraternity, and Reverend Emanuel at the Holy Family Hospital (HFH) Church said: "Jesus Christ's message of love and peace needs to be spread across the globe". He also said that one can have fullness of life in the Risen Christ. Our Holy Week celebration has shown how Jesus won life for us at such a great price.
  • McMaster: Trump Will 'Not Allow' North Korea 'To Threaten The United States'

    McMaster: Trump Will 'Not Allow' North Korea 'To Threaten The United States'

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    President Donald Trump faces a growing challenge from North Korea (DPRK) as the reclusive regime rolls out new ballistic missiles with greater ranges and prepares for a possible sixth nuclear test. The U.S. military has about 28,500 troops stationed in South Korea. The US Pacific Command said that Sunday's missile exploded on launch. George Friedman, founder of Geopolitical Futures, said recent demonstrations by North Korea that it is closer than expected to a deliverable nuclear weapon ...
  • Dainik Bhaskar chairman Ramesh Agrawal passes away

    Dainik Bhaskar chairman Ramesh Agrawal passes away

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    Agarwal's body was brought to Bhopal , the group's headquarters, in the evening. His funeral will take place on Thursday, April 13 in Bhopal . The Dainik Bhaskar Group is India's largest newspaper group. "The void created by his death can not be filled easily", he said in a statement. Madhya Pradesh Public Relations Minister Narottam Mishra recalled Mr.
  • Renowned HIV/AIDS researcher drowns off Bal Harbour beach

    Renowned HIV/AIDS researcher drowns off Bal Harbour beach

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    Professor of medicine and microbiology and immunology at McGill University, he established the McGill AIDS Centre in 1984 at the Jewish General Hospital , and was instrumental in founding the Canadian Association for HIV Research. A friend of, and informal adviser to, UNAIDS for many years, he also served as the President of the International AIDS Society from 1998 to 2000. In recent years, Dr.
  • Nintendo Switch Sales Surpass 906000 Units in March

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    The company plans to make 16 million Switch consoles starting April 1 until March 2018. Nintendo needed a hit after its previous console, the Wii U, flopped. sales would be after the initial launch. In fact, it sold 906,000 units in just 28 days since its sale in North America. “Nintendo always strives to offer consumers something fun, new and different, ” said Reggie Fils-Aime, Nintendo of Americas President and COO.