PM Malcolm Turnbull wants TCS to open innovation campus in Australia

PM Malcolm Turnbull wants TCS to open innovation campus in Australia

PM Malcolm Turnbull wants TCS to open innovation campus in Australia

Along with the first bilateral maritime exercise, the two countries are expected to have their maiden military exercise in 2018.

"I am particularly pleased that we have been able to conclude a MoU on Security and Cooperation during this visit".

Lauding Modi's statement, Turnbull said he hoped the counter-terrorism agreement as well as the two government's close cooperation on human trafficking, money laundering and other such crimes, will only serve to better ties between the two nations.

In his statement, Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull said, not only cricket but commitment to democracy and rule of law connects the two nations.

The Australian Prime Minister arrived here on Sunday on a four-day state visit to India - his first to India since he assumed office in September 2015.

Senator Simon Birmingham, Minister for Education & Training, Australia, during the event said that Australia will collaborate with India to build capacity of 400,000 Indian Trainers & Assessors over the next few years. Turnbull made his comments during an official visit to India.

Speaking earlier to Australian journalists, Turnbull said "we've got to be realistic about timing" for a bilateral deal with India.

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Prime Minister Turnbull said more than 5000 Australian companies are operating in the country and are investing enormously to the country's economy.

"On board the Delhi Metro with PM @TurnbullMalcolm".

The Minister said India has started taking sports as a very important component of public health management as well as education.

India has an ambitious nuclear power program but few indigenous uranium resources, and could provide a significant market for Australian uranium.

It added that the duo "welcomed continued and deepened trilateral cooperation and dialogue among Australia, India and Japan". "The Australia-India Research Fund of almost 100 million dollars has focused on collaborative research projects in the areas such as nano-technology, smart cities, infrastructure, agriculture and disease control".

On comprehensive trade agreement, the two prime ministers asked negotiators to find a way out and list their priorities soon so that talks on it can move forward.

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