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Oz fans rate Proteas only fifth likeliest team to bag 2015 WC trophy  Feb 24, 12:16 pm
Johannesburg, Feb 24 (ANI): The Australians have reportedly rated South Africa as only the fifth likeliest team to bag the coveted World Cup trophy that has always eluded them, following the team's loss to India in their Pool B clash on Sunday.
Oz warns travellers of imminent terror strike in Mumbai  Jan 7, 1:06 pm
Melbourne, Jan 07 (ANI): Australians travelling to Mumbai have been warned of a possible terror attack in the financial capital of India.
Oz set for 'emotional' Sydney Test post Hughes tragedy  Jan 1, 12:15 pm
Johannesburg, Jan 01 (ANI): The upcoming fourth and final Test against India in Sydney could prove as the most emotional Test for Australians as they return at the Sydney Cricket Ground (SCG), where late Australian batsman Phillip Hughes was fatally struck on the neck by a bouncer delivery last month.
Determined Kohli says has no 'regrets' post Adelaide defeat   Dec 13, 3:11 pm
New Delhi, December 13 (ANI): India stand-in captain Virat Kohli said that he has no regrets after incurring 48 runs defeat at the hands of Australians in the first Test match at Adelaide Oval.
Warner Says '63' will remain special for Australians post Hughes tragedy  Dec 10, 1:45 pm
Johannesburg, December 10(ANI): Australian opening batsman David Warner believes that 63 will always remain a special score for Australian cricketers as he gave a fitting tribute to late cricketer Phillip Hughes, amassing a blistering 145 off 163 balls against India in the opening day of Adelaide Test.
Ponting says Oz squad faces 'biggest mental battle' in Adelaide Test against India  Dec 7, 5:20 pm
London, Dec 7 (ANI): Former Australian captain Ricky Ponting believes that the first Test against India would be the biggest mental battle for the Australians following the tragic demise of late cricketer Phillip Hughes.
Prime Minister Modi visits Australian War Memorial  Nov 18, 4:35 am
Canberra, Nov. 18 (ANI): Prime Minister Narendra Modi started of his day this morning by visiting the War Memorial here where he paid his tributes to those Australians who had died at war while serving their country.
Hinduism inspired Australians call PM Modi a 'man of humble beginnings'  Nov 16, 11:56 am
Brisbane (Australia), Nov. 16 (ANI): Followers of Hinduism in Australia have lauded Prime Minister Narendra Modi's humble beginnings, and said he can spread the message of peace, harmony, appreciation and respect for all other cultures.
Abbott says will 'shirt-front' Putin on MH17 'culpability' at G20 summit in Brisbane   Oct 13, 1:49 pm
Melbourne, Oct 13 (ANI): Referring to the death of 28 Australians aboard Malaysian Airlines flight MH17, which was shot down by rebels in Ukraine, Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott has reportedly declared that he will "shirt-front" Russian President Vladimir Putin about the same at the G20 summit.
20pc Aussies blame drunk women for rape, claims survey  Sep 17, 4:51 pm
Melbourne, September 17 (ANI): A new survey has shown that 20 per cent of Australians believe that a woman is partly responsible for rape if she is drunk.
One third of Aussies star in own sex tapes  Jul 22, 1:25 pm
Melbourne, July 22 (ANI): A new survey by The Great Australian Sex Census has revealed that almost a third of men and women have starred in their own sex tape and nearly half of Australians admitted that they send nude photos via their mobile phone.
Warner's explosive 34 of 18 fails to help Sunrisers Hyderabad beat KKR  May 19, 9:14 am
Hyderabad/Bangalore, May 19 (ANI): Australian opener David Warner's explosive 34 of 18 deliveries was the only talking point as far as the Australians contributions were concerned in the ongoing seventh edition of the Indian Premier League (IPL) on Sunday, as ball dominated bat on some slow, low wickets.
Australians commemorate ANZAC Day at Delhi's historic war cemetery  Apr 25, 12:44 pm
New Delhi, Apr. 25 (ANI): Australians and New Zealanders remembered their servicemen and women who have served their nation in war and during peacekeeping operations here on Friday.
Mickey Arthur admits 'part of him' had hoped for Oz to lose to England in winter  Apr 2, 5:17 pm
Sydney, Apr 2 (ANI): Sacked Australian coach Mickey Arthur has admitted that a part of him was hoping the Australians would lose against England over the winter.
Sammy confident of Windies 'walking the talk' against Oz in 'crucial' World T20 game  Mar 28, 10:06 am
Johannesburg, Mar 28 (ANI): West Indies Twenty20 captain Darren Sammy is reportedly hoping that his team can silence the voluble Australians with their performance in their World Twenty20 match on Friday, the outcome of which will likely determine the fate of both teams in the tournament.
Du Plessis says Oz players were like 'pack of dogs' when he picked ball while batting  Mar 4, 10:20 am
Sydney, Mar 4 (ANI): Australian batsman Faf du Plessis has claimed that the Australians rushed at him like a 'pack of dogs' when he picked the ball up while batting during the third Test at Cape Town.
Inspired South Africa upbeat after demolition of Aussies in Port Elizabeth Test: Smith  Feb 24, 9:26 am
Port Elizabeth (South Africa), Feb.24 (ANI): Inspired by his side's second Test win over Australia, South Africa captain Graeme Smith has hailed the squad's last session demolition of the Australians, describing it as a great advertisement for Test cricket, proof of his team's mettle and a fantastic fillip for Saturday's series-deciding match in Cape Town.
Classy Proteas outplayed Australians, says Clarke after Port Elizabeth Test loss  Feb 24, 8:59 am
Port Elizabeth (South Africa), Feb.24 (ANI): After Australia collapsed to a stunning 231-run defeat against South Africa in second Test at Sr. George's Park here on Sunday, skipper Michael Clarke conceded that his side had been outplayed by a classy Proteas squad.
Lehmann delighted with Australia's fielding in first Test  Feb 17, 10:29 am
Johannesburg, Feb.17 (ANI): Coach Darren Lehmann has said that he was particularly happy with the fielding of the Australians during the first test against South Africa at the Centurion cricket ground.
More men turning to dating apps for relationships  Feb 13, 2:30 pm
Melbourne, Feb. 13 (ANI): A recently released research into the dating habits of Australians has revealed that one in four men turn to their smartphone to find someone to love.
Everything you wanted to know about McDonald's revealed!  Feb 11, 2:42 pm
Melbourne, February 11 (ANI): McDonald's has answered over 14,000 questions they received from curious Australians since they launched their myth-busting 'Your Questions' campaign explaining their products.
Australians' support for republic dwindles to 20-year low  Feb 2, 1:54 pm
Sydney, Feb. 2 (ANI): Support for a republic has dwindled among Australians to a 20-year low, a new survey has found.
Three Australians of Indian origin get Australia Day honours  Jan 30, 3:25 pm
New Delhi, Jan.30 (ANI): Three Australians of Indian origin have received one of the Australian Government's most prestigious honours in recognition of their exceptional contribution to Australian society.
Australian jihadists fighting in Syria pose 'national security risk' on return  Jan 29, 12:43 pm
Sydney, Jan. 29 (ANI): Nearly 120 Australians fighting in the Syrian civil war are reportedly learning new deadly skills that could be used on their return to the country.
Bullish Australians may still have a weak spot worth exploiting: Proteas  Jan 10, 2:19 pm
Cape Town, Jan.10 (ANI): Australia maybe bullish after inflicting a 5-0 Ashes thrashing on England, but ICC top dog South Africa claim they have noticed the former's weakest spot, and intend to exploit it in their own backyard in February and early March.