The bilateral relationship between India and Australia has vast potential that is yet to be harnessed, said Alex Chernov, Governor of Victoria, who inaugurated the Delhi centre of the Australia India Institute (AII) on Wednesday.
The Australian World Orchestra (AWO) today announced that it will be touring India in October 2015 at the invitation, and under the baton, of internationally renowned Indian conductor, Maestro Zubin Mehta
The Australia India Institute is pleased to announce the opening of the Aii @ Delhi, the Institute’s flagship program in India. By promoting public policy dialogue and academic debate, the new centre will facilitate research partnerships and serve as a resource hub for academics, policy makers and businesses.
Australia Business Week in India re-emphasised a mutual love of cricket is something that connects our two countries in a very healthy way, but it also demonstrates that there is so much more we have in common to leverage.
On 26 January, as India commemorates Republic Day and Australians celebrate Australia Day, 15 of Australia’s best and brightest young leaders will come together with 15 of India’s most promising young leaders for the fourth Australia India Youth Dialogue (AIYD).
Trade Minister Andrew Robb says he will keep returning to New Delhi this year until negotiations over a free trade agreement with India, the fourth under his tenure, are concluded.
A landmark report by Australian and Indian scientists has identified the benefits increased collaboration projects will deliver for both countries, while also driving science and technology innovation in the 21st century.
Australia-India ties gained significant momentum in 2014 as it saw reciprocal visits by both Prime Ministers in the same year for the first time during which multiple agreements, most importantly a nuclear deal and a landmark framework for security cooperation were inked.
Season's greetings from everyone here at the Australia India Institute. Take a look at what we got up to in 2014. See you all in 2015!
The Australia India Institute is pleased to announce the latest addition to the ‘Chanakya Papers', a series of reflections on critical issues of contemporary public interest. The latest volume, written by Balaji Parthasarathy from the International Institute of Information Technology, Bangalore examines the historical significance of frugal innovation and reverse innovation.