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Australian Ministers Payne, Dutton call on PM Modi
 
New Delhi, Australian Foreign Minister Marise Payne and Defence Minister Peter Dutton called on Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday evening, after the conclusion of the 2+2 dialogue with their Indian counterparts here.

“Call on PM @narendramodi by Australian FM @MarisePayne and Defence Minister @PeterDutton_MP.

“Our Leaders’ guidance and commitment to the India-Australia relations has lent significant momentum to our ties,” said Ministry of External Affairs spokesperson Arindam Bagchi in a tweet.

Payne and Dutton had earlier in the day held talks with their Indian counterparts, External Affairs Minister S. Jaishankar and Defence Minister Rajnath Singh.

The inaugural 2+2 Ministerial Dialogue was held pursuant to the elevation of the India-Australia bilateral relations to Comprehensive Strategic Partnership during the India-Australia Leaders’ Virtual Summit on June 4, last year between PM Modi and Australian PM Scott Morrison.

The two Australian ministers were here on a two-day visit.


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GST Council relief for Covid drugs, plan to include petrol, diesel in GST net off the table
Delhi-Katra road journey to be reduced to 6 hours: Gadkari
Defence Minister invites US companies to invest in India
6 terrorists arrested, attacks in country averted: Delhi Police
WHO congratulates India for administering 75 crore COVID-19 vaccine doses
Bhupendra Patel to take oath as Gujarat CM on Monday
I am a Kashmiri Pandit, says Rahul Gandhi, slams BJP for dividing J&K
BRICS' New Delhi Declaration stresses on preventing terror groups to use Afghan soil as sanctuary
Russian security chief meets PM Modi, briefs him on talks with NSA, EAM
PM meets top ministers, NSA to discuss Afghanistan
PM Modi gets highest approval ratings among world leaders, BJP says it's due to welfare programs
Facing challenges at border, CAPFs need enhanced operational training: Home Minister
No place for terrorism & extremism in world: PM Modi, UAE Crown Prince agree
Vast majority of Indians evacuated from Afghanistan, very few left: MEA
In another hit to your wallet, Non-subsidised LPG gets costlier by Rs 25
UNSC resolution sends "strong signal" of int'l community's expectations from Afghanistan: Shringla
No power in world can separate J&K from India: Defence Minister
Start-up culture now vibrant in India: PM Modi
Covid Surge: Kerala To Impose Night Curfew From Next Week
KERALA NEWS
Schools in Kerala to reopen from Nov 1
 Thiruvananthapuram, Schools in Kerala will be reopened from November 1, Chief Minister Pinarayi Vija  
Kerala to allot 36.84 acres land to TCS, aims to create 10,000 jobs
PDP leader Poonthura Siraj passes away
Rajya Sabha MP Suresh Gopi courts controversy
INTERNATIONAL NEWS
Taliban continue restrictive policies on women's education, resume secondary school lessons only for male students
 Kabul, Since capturing power more than a month ago the Taliban has been imposing restrictive rules f
International community must think carefully, consult before giving acceptance to new Kabul regime: PM Modi
Australia, UK, US announce new partnership 'AUKUS'; to help Canberra acquire nuclear-powered subs
Female footballers from Afghanistan flee to Pakistan to escape Taliban
NATIONAL NEWS
Sidhu is a 'friend of Pakistan', will oppose if he is appointed CM: Amarinder Singh
 Chandigarh, Captain Amarinder Singh, who resigned as the chief minister of Punjab on Saturday, accus
Rahul attacks BJP govt over unemployment issue
Six states including UP, Delhi and Haryana report dengue outbreak: Govt
Right time for ‘take off’ on CIS- India relationship: Jyotiraditya Scindia
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