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"NSW Premier Barry O’Farrell meets Chief Minister Narendra Modi, keen on mutual co-operation between Australia and Gujarat "

Shri Modi meets Barry O Farrel, the Premier of Australia's New South Wales

Gandhinagar, Wednesday: A ten-member delegation from New South Wales (NSW) of Australia led by its Premier Mr. Barry O’Farrell during their meeting with Gujarat Chief Minister Mr. Narendra Modi here today evinced keen interest to further mutual co-operation between the two regions.

Mr. O’Farrell, for whom it was his third visit to Gujarat, explored areas of strengthening relations in infrastructure development, technology transfer and university education. This include application of clean technology in 10 cities in Gujarat, water management infrastructure at SIR, dual diploma course in skill development with TAFE, tie-up with Yoga University and Sports University, developing renewable energy sector like rooftop solar technology and dairy technology.

Shri Modi meets Barry O Farrel, the Premier of Australia's New South Wales

There being a noteworthy rise in Gujarati students pursuing higher education in Australian universities, the Premier discussed starting university students exchange programme.

NSW Premier was accompanied by Australian Consul General Mr. Marc Pears during the meeting; Senior Secretaries representing Gujarat Government included Mr. Maheshwar Sahu, Mr. H.K. Dash, Mr. Jagdish Pandian, Mr. Rajiv Gupta, Mr. N. Tiwari and Chief Minister’s Additional Principal Secretary Mr. A.K. Sharma.

Shri Modi meets Barry O Farrel, the Premier of Australia's New South Wales

Shri Modi meets Barry O Farrel, the Premier of Australia's New South Wales

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PM congratulates Indian Navy and Cochin Shipyard limited for maiden sea sortie by 'Vikrant'
August 04, 2021
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The Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi has congratulated Indian Navy and Cochin Shipyard limited for maiden sea sortie by the Indigenous Aircraft Carrier 'Vikrant'. The Prime Minister also said that it is a wonderful example of Make in India.

In a tweet, the Prime Minister said;

"The Indigenous Aircraft Carrier 'Vikrant', designed by Indian Navy's Design Team and built by @cslcochin, undertook its maiden sea sortie today. A wonderful example of @makeinindia. Congratulations to @indiannavy and @cslcochin on this historic milestone."