Prime Minister Modi meets Australian Counterpart Malcolm Turnbull

Published By : Admin | November 15, 2015 | 22:55 IST
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PM Modi meets his Australian Counterpart Malcolm Turnbull
PM Modi, PM Turnbull discuss India-Australia relations in their first bilateral meeting in Antalya, Turkey

Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi meets his Australian Counterpart Malcolm Turnbull. Both the PM’s discuss India-Australia relations in their first bilateral meeting in Antalya, Turkey.

The two Prime Ministers announced completion of procedures for the India Australia Civil Nuclear Agreement. With the completion of procedures, including administrative arrangements, the India Australia Civil Nuclear Agreement will enter into force. Shri Narendra Modi thanked Mr. Malcolm Turnbull, and described the nuclear agreement as a milestone and source of trust and confidence.

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PM greets NDRF team on their Raising Day
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The Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi has greeted the National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) team on their Raising Day.

In a series of tweets, the Prime Minister said;

"Greetings to the hardworking @NDRFHQ team on their Raising Day. They are at the forefront of many rescue and relief measures, often in very challenging circumstances. NDRF’s courage and professionalism are extremely motivating. Best wishes to them for their future endeavours.

Disaster management is a vital subject for governments and policy makers. In addition to a reactive approach, where disaster management teams mitigate the situation post disasters, we also have to think of disaster resilient infrastructure and focus on research in the subject.

India has undertaken an effort in the form of the 'Coalition for Disaster Resilient Infrastructure.' We are also working on further sharpening the skills of our NDRF teams so that we can save maximum life and property during any challenge."