India, Australia sign seven agreements, decide to allow reciprocal access to military bases in Narendra Modi-Scott Morrison virtual summit
India and Australia on Thursday elevated their ties to a comprehensive strategic partnership and signed seven agreements during a virtual summit between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Australian counterpart Scott Morrison
Daily Bulletin: UNSC likely to designate Masood Azhar a global terrorist; election trail heats up as candidates lists appear; day's top stories
Day's top stories: The UNSC is likely to include Jaish-e-Mohammed chief Masood Azhar in its global terrorists list unless China objects; Congress president Rahul Gandhi will address the UPA's first rally in Tamil Nadu; India likely to ban the Boeing 737 Max 8 aircraft following the Ethopia crash; and more.
Daily Bulletin: SC to decide on appointing mediator for Ayodhya case; UN rejects Hafiz Saeed's appeal for removal from terror list; day's top stories
Today's top stories: The Supreme Court will decide whether to refer the Ayodhya case to an officially appointed mediator or not; the UN has rejected Hafiz Saeed's request for removal from the global terrorists' list; India to take on Australia in third ODI of series; and more.
Daily Bulletin: Nation rejoices as IAF pilot returns; J&K sees heavy shelling once again; India to play Aussies; day's top stories
Today's top stories: Wing Commander Abhinandan's return causes a de-escalation of India-Pakistan tensions; heavy shelling occurs in sectors of Jammu and Kashmir; India looks to secure victory against Australia in ODI series; and more.
Don't blame China for Australia missing Malabar games; Canberra's relationship with New Delhi doesn't justify an invite
The point is not to justify the exclusion of Australia, but to emphasise that India’s Malabar exercises not only predate the Quad by decades, but are part of a naval segment, not a diplomatic one
Quest for strategic leverage over China: Why India doesn't want to include Australia in Malabar exercises just yet
India's expanding bilateral ties with Australia is offset by its peculiar reluctance to let Canberra join the Malabar naval exercises despite repeated requests. New Delhi seems to view the trilateral naval exercise as some sort of a political tool.
Anushka Sharma took to Instagram and shared several pictures, congratulating the Indian team and Virat Kohli for the test series victory in Australia.
The heavy rains lashing Mumbai have led to the cancellation of the visit of a senior Australian minister to the city, authorities said on Wednesday.
An India-Australia pact for transfer of each other's sentenced prisoners has come into effect with the ratification of the treaty by both the countries.
India will be the first country to buy Australian uranium without being a signatory to the nuclear non-proliferation treaty.
India is playing without some of their seniors and big names but that will be a difficult excuse when they look at the match video in the evening.
Not too impressed with the Indian cricket team, former Australian opener Matthew Hayden feels the tourists do not seem to believe that they can win away from home and have gone “missing” during key moments of the ongoing Test series.
Live score and updates of day 3 of the first Test between Australia and India.
According to reports, MS Dhoni likely to join Indian cricket team ahead of first Test in Adelaide against Australia.
Shane Watson would be honoured to stand in for Michael Clarke as test skipper against India next month even if he thinks it's increasingly unlikely that Australia will need a caretaker captain.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi today called for closer bilateral security cooperation with Australia and a comprehensive global strategy to fight terrorism.
Australia and India have reached a deal on the much awaited civil nuclear agreement, which will be formally signed by Prime Minister Tony Abbott during his visit to Delhi.