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18 May 2015

Former Indian Foreign Secretary, Shyam Saran would be joining a leading Australian think-tank as an international fellow.

12 May 2015

Australia is prepared to supply uranium to India under very strict control and safeguards to power its economy and the two countries are negotiating a deal to make it happen, Foreign Minister Julie Bishop has said.

11 May 2015

Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s historic task now is to unlock as much of the constraints on India’s supply side as he can.

08 May 2015

One of the world’s leading experts on contemporary India, Professor Craig Jeffrey, has been appointed the next Director of the Australia India Institute

28 April 2015

Trade and Investment Minister Andrew Robb returned to India last week for his third visit in seven months, to maintain pressure on the ambitious goal of securing a free trade agreement this year.

23 April 2015

Up to 15,000 Indians fought with allied troops at Gallipoli, but their contribution remains relatively unknown and unrecognised in Australia and their homeland, research has found.

21 April 2015

Australia’s Foreign Minister Julie Bishop was in Chennai to inaugurate a new Australian consulate in the city on April 15, 2015. She spoke to The Hindu’s Srinivasan Ramani about a range of issues related to India-Australia ties.

17 April 2015

The office of The High Commission of India in Australia is looking for an enthusiastic social media intern and a research intern for their offices in Canberra.

17 April 2015

The office of The High Commission of India in Australia is looking for an enthusiastic social media intern and a research intern for their offices in Canberra.

01 April 2015

The rise of Narendra Modi to office has mesmerized the voting public, India watchers, and heads of state. High aspirations are matched by the heightened degree of anticipation. Modi wants to catapult India to new heights with a business-friendly environment and a swaach (clean) India. These are laudable goals and if done right are likely to make India more attractive, for visitors, Indian residents, and investors alike.

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