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PM Modi speaks to Australian PM Malcolm Turnbull
PM Modi expresses concern about possible impact of recent changes in Australian regulations for skilled professionals’ visa programme

Mr. Malcolm Turnbull, Prime Minister of Australia, made a telephone call to Prime Minister Narendra Modi today. 

Prime Minister Turnbull thanked the Prime Minister for the success of his recent visit to India. 

Prime Minister Modi expressed concern about the possible impact of the recent changes in Australian regulations for the skilled professionals’ visa programme. The two Prime Ministers agreed that officials from both sides will remain in close touch on the issue. 

The two Prime Ministers also discussed the follow-up action taken after the visit of Mr. Turnbull to India last month, and the steps required to further strengthen the bilateral relationship.

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PM calls citizens to take part in mementos auction
September 19, 2021
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The Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi has called citizens to take part in the auction of gifts and mementos. He said that the proceeds would go to the Namami Gange initiative.

In a tweet, the Prime Minister said;

"Over time, I have received several gifts and mementos which are being auctioned. This includes the special mementos given by our Olympics heroes. Do take part in the auction. The proceeds would go to the Namami Gange initiative."