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‘Young students are concerned about sustainability’

By Sanskrita Bharadwaj | Mumbai
UPDATED ON MAR 16, 2020 05:29 PM IST
MasterChef Australia regular guest judge Stephanie Alexander says that young people are concerned about reducing waste and are more keen on using local ingredients
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The new criminal code is due to be adopted in the next week after parliament and the government agreed a final draft on Wednesday, four parliamentarians told Reuters.(HT image)
The new criminal code is due to be adopted in the next week after parliament and the government agreed a final draft on Wednesday, four parliamentarians told Reuters.(HT image)

Millions may risk jail as Indonesia to outlaw sex outside marriage

By Reuters | JAKARTA
UPDATED ON SEP 18, 2019 10:27 PM IST
Lawmakers told Reuters that the new penal code, which would replace a Dutch colonial-era set of laws, was a long overdue expression of Indonesian independence and religiosity.
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University of Melbourne launches its five-year strategy to boost ties with its Indian counterpart. (Representational image)
University of Melbourne launches its five-year strategy to boost ties with its Indian counterpart. (Representational image)

Australian university unveils its five-year strategy to boost ties with India

By Press Trust of India | Melbourne
UPDATED ON AUG 21, 2019 04:26 PM IST
The University of Melbourne’s ‘Engaging with India 2020-2024’ strategy seeks to boost ties with India.
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Jean Lee, a PhD student at Melbourne's Doherty Institute, displays the superbug Staphylcocus epidermidis on an agar plate in Melbourne on September 4, 2018(AFP)
Jean Lee, a PhD student at Melbourne's Doherty Institute, displays the superbug Staphylcocus epidermidis on an agar plate in Melbourne on September 4, 2018(AFP)

Drug-resistant superbugs are spreading, and fast

By HT Correspondent | Hindustan Times
PUBLISHED ON SEP 10, 2018 12:46 PM IST
For India, this is a serious problem. The country has among the highest rates of unapproved drugs sold, many of which are over-the-counter drugs, and an indiscriminate use of antibiotics, which means that it becomes difficult to assess, control and limit Anti-Microbial Resistance (AMR).
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Jean Lee, a PhD student at Melbourne's Doherty Institute, inspects the superbug Staphylcocus epidermidis on an agar plate in Melbourne.(AFP)
Jean Lee, a PhD student at Melbourne's Doherty Institute, inspects the superbug Staphylcocus epidermidis on an agar plate in Melbourne.(AFP)

Be warned, study says drug-resistant superbug spreading in hospitals

By HT Correspondent | Agence France-Presse, Paris
UPDATED ON SEP 04, 2018 12:12 PM IST
Australian scientists warned on Monday that a superbug resistant to antibiotics can cause severe infections, even death, in hospital wards across the world.
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