With the internet and digital technology transforming the media, STAR TV’s CEO , Uday Shankar, will deliver a public lecture on the challenges and opportunities for the media in this rapidly changing environment. A formidable thought leader who has transformed STAR TV into one of the world’s most successful companies with a social conscience, there is no one better placed to speak on media in the 21st century.
MELBOURNE: A first-of-its-kind exhibition showcasing 19 new and original artworks of famous artists from India and Australia has been launched here to revitalise cultural linkages between the two countries.
Do you shrink away from street food, thinking they are unhealthy and unhygienic? Well, think again, because a well-known Australian culinary historian claims that she found Indian street foods safer than restaurants catering to tourists.
The new government has delivered its first budget studded with tax breaks, bold structural reforms and tighter spending.
The dramatic political change in India may speed up reform of education and open up opportunities for Australian providers, says the Australia India Institute’s Amitabh Mattoo
India won’t achieve its destiny as an emerging global power unless the new government of Prime Minister Narendra Modi is able to focus squarely on economic transformation, according to senior India experts.
The Australia-India Council (AIC) will be inviting applications under its 2014-15 general grants round from Friday 13 June (applications close on Sunday 3 August).
Nirmala Sitharaman, a guest of the Australia India Institute, has been appointed as the Minister for Commerce & Industry, and the Minister for
Australia India Institute (AII) inaugural director Amitabh Mattoo and Victorian Tourism Minister Louise Asher have been conferred with the Ashoka Award for their contributions to the India-Australia relationship.