Tag: Gujarat

Potential to take trade ties with India to new level, says Andrew Robb

Like so many Australians over the summer, I got to spend a day at the cricket. In my case it was during the Fourth Test between Australia and India at the SCG. This was just before leading a most productive 450-strong Australian business mission to India, our largest ever to the sub-continent. Australia Business Week […]

January 29, 2015 | 0 Comments More

Mike Baird, Victor Dominello send best wishes on R-Day

 Premier Mike Baird:  I am pleased to send my best wishes to the Indian-Australian community of NSW on the occasion of India Republic Day. On 26 January 1950, India’s National Constitution came into force, marking the birth of the Indian Republic. Given the historic bonds between the people of our two nations, it is apt […]

January 23, 2015 | 0 Comments More

NSW, Gujarat sign agreement to strengthen relations

  NSW Premier Mike Baird today signed a new agreement with the Indian state of Gujarat that will strengthen cultural, trade and diplomatic relations between NSW and India. A new Memorandum of Understanding between NSW and Gujarat has come into effect after Mr Baird and the Chief Minister of Gujarat, Mrs Anandiben Patel, attended an […]

January 13, 2015 | 0 Comments More

NSW Planning experts to assist India in building Smart Cities

The NSW Government will send a delegation of urban planning experts to India to provide assistance to local urban planners as the nation embarks on a major development drive. NSW Premier Mike Baird made the announcement while visiting the state of Gujarat during his first official visit to India. Mr Baird toured the site of […]

January 11, 2015 | 0 Comments More

Japanese daily attacks Modi’s ‘intransigent, contradictory’ views, ‘disavowed’ parochialism

By Our RepresentativeThe Japan Times, Japan’s largest-circulation English-language newspaper, has called Prime Minister Narendra Modi “a man of many contradictions”, who is “frequently criticized for being a Hindu chauvinist”, and is armed with “disavowed parochialism.” Presenting himself as “a leader for all Indians”, Modi, says the daily — which was founded in 1897, and has […]

September 2, 2014 | 0 Comments More

Australian DIAC extends best wishes on Navroz

The Department of Immigration and Citizenship extended its best wishes today to the many Australians celebrating Nowruz or popuilarly known in India as Navroz, the beginning of spring in the northern hemisphere. “Nowruz, or ‘new day’ has been celebrated for more than 3000 years and falls on the day of spring equinox,” a departmental spokesman […]

March 21, 2012 | 2 Comments More