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13 research fellows of Australia India Institute resign enmasse

On the eve of the visit to India by a strong delegation of the University of Melbourne officials including Lisa Singh, director of the...

India to lead Asia’s transmission pipelines projects through 2026

India is likely to remain as one of the major countries to drive Asia’s new-build trunk/transmission pipeline additions, contributing about 37% of the region’s...

$42 million for space, science & tech initiatives with India

The Morrison Government is investing more than $42 million in a series of space, science and technology initiatives with India to generate opportunities for...

Australia & India to set up taskforce on qualifications recognition

The Governments of Australia and India will establish a taskforce to develop qualifications recognition arrangements for Australia and India to enhance two-way mobility. The taskforce,...

Kem Cho from Brisbane: Morrison to Modi

Prime Minister Scott Morrison and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi have expressed support and cooperation with each other to “drive bilateral cooperation to new...

India FTA deal likely to be completed by next week

Trade Minister Dan Tehan said that a free-trade agreement with India might be finalised this week. Mr Tehan claimed he spoke with his Indian...

Event on tourism promotion by CGI Melbourne on 17 March

In a bid to revive the tourism sector and support opening up of economies, the Consulate General of India, Melbourne, is organising an event...

Statue of Equality — Hyderabad’s gigantic new landmark

The itinerant traveller by now is familiar with Hyderabad’s iconic landmarks such as the Charminar, the Golkonda Fort, the Birla Mandir and the Salarjung...

Ariel India’s new film, #SeeEqual to #ShareTheLoad goes viral

If men can ShareTheLoad with other men, why not with their wives? Ariel launched a new film—#SeeEqual, that raises a pertinent question—“if men can share...

India’s hijab row leads to exploration of certain memories

As a child, visiting my maternal village Singerband in Assam, India, during school holidays, I remember the long Barak River (we called it turen)...