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Commentary from the Australian newspaper on the Second Australia India Youth Dialogue conference and its implications for both India and Australia. Youth holds key to vibrant Australia-India relations

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On another another note…

Question – who won the last match of the cricket test?

Answer – Australia!

OK, India won all the other matches 😦

One comment on “

  1. Helene Markmann
    March 24, 2013

    Oh, bum! We didn’t win the 4th match! Does an innings count for something?!

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