Angelina Jolie, Brad Pitt's explosive fight in Australia
Angelina Jolie, Brad Pitt's explosive fight in Australia

 Photos of Hollywood star couple Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie appearing to have a tense exchange at a Sydney hotel last week have emerged.

Formal inquiry urged into Australian military academy abuse

Australia should hold a public inquiry into abuse at a prestigious military academy, a long-awaited report into disturbing mistreatment within the defence force found Wednesday.

AB De Villiers believes Proteas are among World Cup favorites
AB De Villiers believes Proteas are among World Cup favorites

South Africa ODI captain AB de Villiers believes that his team would be favourites for the World Cup, despite suffering a 4-1 series loss to Australia on Sunday.

Australian defence minister back-paddles on canoe comment

Australia`s Defence Minister David Johnston Wednesday backtracked on comments in which he said a government shipbuilding firm could not be trusted to "build a canoe", amid calls that he be sacked.

Australia working on new drift modelling for MH370 wreckage

Australia is working on new drift modelling to expand the geographical area in which wreckage from missing Malaysian Airlines flight MH370 may come ashore, the Australian search coordinator said on Wednesday. 

UAE secure Gulf Cup third place with win over Oman
UAE secure Gulf Cup third place with win over Oman

Deposed Gulf Cup champions United Arab Emirates claimed third place in this year`s event with a 1-0 win over Oman on Tuesday thanks to tournament top scorer Ali Mabkhout`s fifth goal.

DNA: Why former PM wasn't examined on coal scam; special court asks CBI

The CBI was asked by a special court as to whether it has examined former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, who was then holding coal portfolio, during its probe in the coal blocks allocation scam case.
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Michael Clarke has no plans to ease up despite injuries
Michael Clarke has no plans to ease up despite injuries

Australian skipper Michael Clarke insisted Tuesday he has no plans to retire from either Test or one-day cricket despite injuries increasingly hampering his availability.

Stuart Lancaster backs George Ford to shine against Australia
Stuart Lancaster backs George Ford to shine against Australia

England head coach Stuart Lancaster on Monday confirmed George Ford will stay at fly-half for Saturday`s clash against Australia.

Injury setback for Steve Smith ahead of Test series against India
Injury setback for Steve Smith ahead of Test series against India

 Steve Smith was ruled out of Tuesday's Sheffield Shield match but is still likely to play for Australia in the first Test against India, starting Dec 4, after picking up a quad strain, Cricket Australia announced Monday.

Indians make a splash in Victoria state elections

In a bid to make their presence felt in the Australian political landscape, Victorian-Indians are actively taking part in the upcoming state elections by contesting, campaigning and participating in the polls.

Australian mother charged after baby survives five days in drain

An Australian mother was Monday charged with attempted murder after her newborn baby was found crying at the bottom of a roadside drain in Sydney, where police believe he survived for five days.

Real Madrid to play at Australia`s 100,000-seat MCG
Real Madrid to play at Australia`s 100,000-seat MCG

European champions Real Madrid will headline a pre-season international tournament at Australia`s 100,000-capacity Melbourne Cricket Ground next year, organisers said on Monday.

Michael Clarke, Josh Hazlewood in Australia Test squad for India
Michael Clarke, Josh Hazlewood in Australia Test squad for India

Selectors included injured skipper Michael Clarke and uncapped paceman Josh Hazlewood in a 12-man Australia squad on Monday for next month`s opening Test against India in Brisbane.

Michael Clarke on fitness deadline for 1st India Test
Michael Clarke on fitness deadline for 1st India Test

Injured skipper Michael Clarke faces a fitness deadline this week to have any chance of playing for Australia in next month`s first Test against India, chief selector Rod Marsh said Monday.

Michael Vaughan feels Australia are the team to beat in 2015 ICC Cricket WC
Michael Vaughan feels Australia are the team to beat in 2015 ICC Cricket WC

Former England skipper Michael Vaughan on Sunday said that Australia are the team to beat in the upcoming World Cup at home after clinching the ODI series against South Africa.

We are equipped enough to tackle Mitchell Johnson, says Virat Kohli
We are equipped enough to tackle Mitchell Johnson, says Virat Kohli

Talking tough ahead of the of the Test series against Australia, stand-in-skipper Virat Kohli said that the team is in the right frame of mind and totally equipped to handle the dangerous Mitchell Johnson.

Jaitley slams Congress for hurting economy, "in power and as opposition"

Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on Sunday praised Prime Minister Narendra Modi for enhancing India's stature globally with his successful three-nation visit even as he accused the Congress of damaging the economy both while in government and as an opposition party.

Australia pip India to clinch top ODI rankings
Australia pip India to clinch top ODI rankings

Australia have clinched the No. 1 spot in the ICC Rankings for One-Day International (ODI) teams. They achieved the top spot after beating South Africa in the fifth and final ODI in Sydney by a close margin. They clinched the series 4-1 and that allowed them to overhaul India, who were on the top spot.

China's Xi wraps up Pacific talks with Fiji aid boost

Chinese President Xi Jinping injected a further 70 million yuan (USD 11.4 million) of aid money into Fiji as he wrapped up a round of talks in the Pacific nation today aimed at strengthening ties in the region.