Australian stuck in India takes fight to Federal Court to overturn the ban on ...

Australian stuck in India takes his fight to the Federal Court to overturn the ban on citizens returned from the Covid-ravaged country An elderly Australian man stuck in India has asked Federal Court to overturn ban Lawyers for Bangalore-based Gary Newman made urgent application to court  The Australian man is stranded in coronavirus-stricken India and can't return People face fines of up to $66,600 and five years in prison if they come home 

By Australian Associated Press

Published: 07:52 BST, 5 May 2021 | Updated: 07:52 BST, 5 May 2021

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A 73-year-old Australian stuck in India has asked the Federal Court to overturn Health Minister Greg Hunt's ban on citizens returning from the COVID-ravaged country.

Lawyers for Bangalore-based Gary Newman made an urgent application on Wednesday for judicial review of the travel ban, in force since Friday.

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Mr Hunt announced anyone who attempted

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