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PM Modi speaks to Malcolm Turnbull, congratulates him on his appointment as Australian PM
PM Modi appreciates Tony Abbott's efforts in improving ties between India and Australia

Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi, spoke to Mr. Malcolm Turnbull today and congratulated him on his appointment as the Prime Minister of Australia.

"Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull and I spoke a short while ago. I congratulated him and conveyed best wishes. I also thanked him for his birthday greetings. I spoke to Mr. Tony Abbott and appreciated his efforts in improving ties between India and Australia," the Prime Minister said.

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I’m optimistic that 130 crore Indians will continue to work hard to ensure India reaches new heights as it celebrates its Amrut Mahotsav: PM
August 02, 2021
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The Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi has said that he is optimistic that 130 crore Indians will continue to work hard to ensure India reaches new heights as it celebrates its Amrut Mahotsav.

In a series of tweets, the Prime Minister said;

"As India enters August, which marks the beginning of the Amrut Mahotsav, we have seen multiple happenings which are heartening to every Indian. There has been record vaccination and the high GST numbers also signal robust economic activity.

Not only has PV Sindhu won a well deserved medal, but also we saw historic efforts by the men’s and women’s hockey teams at the Olympics. I’m optimistic that 130 crore Indians will continue to work hard to ensure India reaches new heights as it celebrates its Amrut Mahotsav."