China stops economic agreement with Australia; accuses it of Cold War mindset

China stops economic agreement with Australia; accuses it of Cold War mindset

Beijing/Canberra: China announced an indefinite postponement of talks regarding an important economic agreement with Australia. It has accused Australia of harbouring cold war mentality and discrimination against China. Australia said that this Chinese decision is unfortunate. A few days ago, Australia delivered a severe jolt to the Chinese Belt and Road scheme. It is being […]

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Australia to modernise military bases for maintaining peace in Indo-Pacific

Australia to modernise military bases for maintaining peace in Indo-Pacific

Melbourne: – Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison announced ‘Australia will modernise four of its military bases to assist neighbouring and friendly countries. Australia will be investing A$747 million ($580 million) for this purpose.’ Prime Minister Morrison also clarified that this investment was for peace in the Indo-Pacific sector and not against China. A few hours […]

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Australia jolts China; cancels BRI agreement 

Australia jolts China; cancels BRI agreement 

Canberra: – Australia has jolted the Chinese Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) Project. The Victoria State in Australia had signed an agreement with China for the development of infrastructural facilities. The Australian central government has cancelled this agreement. Foreign Minister Marise Payne announced the cancellation of the contract giving the reason that the deal is […]

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US, Australia begin ‘strategic planning’ to resist China; will jointly build guided missiles

US, Australia begin ‘strategic planning’ to resist China; will jointly build guided missiles

Canberra: – The possibility of China attacking Taiwan is increasing by the day. In this scenario, the United States and Australia are making a strategic plan for joint retaliation against the Chinese attacks. Michael Goldman, in charge of US affairs in Australia, gave this information. At the same time, he announced that a guided missile […]

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Law to regulate Google and Facebook passed in Australia

Law to regulate Google and Facebook passed in Australia

Canberra: – The Australian Parliament passed the law to keep a tab on the monopoly of Google and Facebook. Australia becomes the first country to pass legislation of this nature against the leading countries in the information technology sector. As per this law named ‘New Media Bargaining code’, Google and Facebook will have to pay […]

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Attempts to pressurise Australia through Big Tech will not be tolerated, Australian PM Scott Morrison slams

Attempts to pressurise Australia through Big Tech will not be tolerated, Australian PM Scott Morrison slams

Canberra: – Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison reprimanded Facebook with sharp words; the closure of Facebook services in Australia is a glaring example of what the Big Tech companies can do as they feel they are above the government and no rules apply to them. Such actions justify the apprehensions of other countries towards these […]

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Indian and Australian Prime Ministers hold talks

Indian and Australian Prime Ministers hold talks

New Delhi: – Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison held a telephonic talk. Prime Minister Modi said that the decision to strengthen strategic cooperation between the two countries was taken during the discussion. Simultaneously, Prime Minister Modi said that even the regional issued were discussed with Prime Minister Morrison. Virtual meeting […]

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US takes on Chinese ‘Rare Earths’ hegemony – Australian company to open plant in Texas

US takes on Chinese ‘Rare Earths’ hegemony – Australian company to open plant in Texas

Washington/Canberra: – The US moves to break the Chinese monopoly in the Rare Earth Minerals, necessary for the defence sector, have gained momentum. The US defence department has selected an Australian company to start a Rare Earth Minerals Facility. Only last month, the Chinese government brought a resolution to make the controls stricter for the […]

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