INDIA’S Prime Minister, Narendra Modi, will deliver a historic address to a joint sitting of federal parliament when he visits Australia for the G20 summit in Brisbane next month.
Federal Education Minister Christopher Pyne MP visited the Australia India Institute (AII) last week for an informal discussion with Indian and local students as well as key figures at the institute.
The recent flurry of official visits by the leaders of India, China, Japan and Australia suggest a collective regional juggernaut designed to transform India and draw lines between friend and foe.
The Australia India Institute is pleased to announce the latest addition to the ‘Fearless Nadia’ papers, a series of original essays focussing on various aspects of the relationship between India and Australia.
On Friday August 5, India and Australia concluded an important energy deal that will seek to address looming issues facing both countries. The formalization of the agreement marks the conclusion of bilateral talks dating back two years and will offer enormous benefits to both India and Australia.
NEW YORK—India's government is moving away from the populist approach of previous administrations that used handouts to win over different groups and generate voter support, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said.
The off-season may be the time to enjoy some well earned R&R, but a contingent of the Essendon Football Club players and staff are packing their bags for the trip of a lifetime.
The Australia India Institute has announced the launch of a major new research project on India-China maritime security funded by a grant from the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation.