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First India-Australia 2+2 Foreign and Defence Secretaries' Dialogue 

The first India-Australia 2+2 Foreign and Defence Secretaries’ Dialogue was held in New Delhi on 12 December 2017, hosted by Foreign Secretary Subrahmanyam Jaishankar and Defence Secretary Sanjay Mitra of India with Secretary Frances Adamson of the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade and Secretary Greg Moriarty of the Department of Defence of Australia. This was an important opportunity to deepen coordination and discuss strategic opportunities in the Indo-Pacific region, and to build a still closer partnership following the strong gains of recent years.

Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi's message from the ASEAN Summit

"Australia and India, going from strength to strength".

Australian scientists heading to India to kickstart research collaborations

The Australian Academy of Science has announced the recipients of 2018–19 Australia-India Early-and Mid-Career Researcher (EMCR) Fellowships. Australian scientists researching emerging mosquito-borne diseases, drug resistant tuberculosis and childhood type 1 diabetes are among the recipients. The EMCR Fellowships are part of the Australia–India Strategic Research Fund (AISRF), a platform for bilateral science collaboration jointly managed and funded by the governments of Australia and India.

Australia joins the International Solar Alliance

Australia joins the International Solar Alliance (ISA), providing opportunities for Australia to work with member countries to share expertise in solar research & technologies globally.

Three Indian art professionals selected for Australia Council for the Arts International Leadership Program

Three Indian participants - Vikram Iyenger, Ruchira Das and Menaka Rodriguez - have been selected by the Australia Council for the Arts for its prestigious International Leadership Program. As a part of the program, these renowned art professionals will complete a six-month long program in Australia, including two intensive residencies. 

New Colombo Plan 2018 Scholars Announced

The Australian Government awarded New Colombo Plan scholarships to four Australian undergraduates to live, study and undertake internships in India in 2018. New Colombo Plan 2018 India scholars will study a broad range of disciplines including trade and corporate law, international relations, and mathematics and data analysis at O.P Jindal University, University of Calcutta, India University, and University of Delhi.

Australia launches first comprehensive Foreign Policy White Paper in 14 years

The Prime Minister of Australia launched the Australian Government’s 2017 Foreign Policy White Paper. It is the first comprehensive review of Australia’s international engagement in over 14yrs. At a time of uncertainty and change around the world, the Foreign Policy White Paper is Australia's plan to seize opportunity, enhance security and build strength.

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