From Politics & Policy 7:05 am
At least more than 50 people in northern India are feared dead after their homes were swept away by ravaging floods brought about by incessant heavy monsoon rains over the past days. The worst hit were the states of Uttarakhand and Himachal Pradesh.
From Politics & Policy 6:38 am
Washington and Moscow reiterate differences over Syrian civil war but pledged to step up efforts in halting bloodshed.
From Politics & Policy 6:33 am
A group of entrepreneurs called ArcView Investor Network encouraged entrepreneurs to join the growing Cannabis industry
From Society 6:25 am
The lead contamination in Mount Isa was apparently caused by mining operations according to the results of a scientific study. Mining operations near the edge of the Queensland town runs day and night.
From Society 6:14 am
When Google announced another secret project called Project Loon on June 14, it was said that it was one of the most transformative Internet technologies of all time.
From Politics & Policy 6:03 am
Eight new faces have been inducted into Prime Minister Manmohan Singh's council of ministers on Monday.
From Politics & Policy 5:40 am
As many as 200,000 demonstrators marched through the streets of Brazil's biggest cities on Monday in a swelling wave of protest tapping into widespread anger at poor public services, police violence and government corruption.
From Politics & Policy 5:23 am
Bell FX Currency Outlook: It was a fairly quiet session for currencies overnight with the AUD slowly drifting back towards the USD0.9550 level.
From Politics & Policy 5:12 am
Treasurer Wayne Swan rolled out on Tuesday his own app, the Fix-o-Gram which allows his constituents in the marginal Brisbane seat of Lilley to send him photos of potholes, traffic jams or other local problems to alert him.
From Politics & Policy 4:54 am
In a Customer Privacy statement released by Apple, the company detailed what data they allow and do not allow for government to access.