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  • 03-Oct-2016 | Neena Bhandari

    Oswals seek a fresh start as legal drama ends

    After reaching a deal with ANZ in a six-year tussle, Pankaj and Radhika Oswal have left Australia and plan to start a new venture in New York

  • 31-Mar-2016 | Neena Bhandari

    India-Australia FTA long overdue: FM

    Jaitley said Adani's pit-to-port Carmichael coal project in Queensland was "not really" on the agenda

  • 16-Aug-2014 | Neena Bhandari

    Oz seeks closer trade ties with India, energy sector a priority

    Australia's Prime Minister Tony Abbott, who spent three months in India in the early 1980s, said he had invited Prime Minister Narendra Modi to visit Australia and to the G-20 summit in Brisbane this

  • 12-Mar-2013 | Neena Bhandari

    First India-China JV in Australia sets up edible oil refinery

    The project has created 80 direct jobs, 200 construction jobs and over 500 indirect jobs, besides contributing significantly to the local economy

  • 26-May-2012 | Neena Bhandari

    Australia to tap Indian IT firms for expertise

    India no longer seen as outsourcing hub down under, as Aussie firms seek broader ties with Indian counterparts

  • 31-Dec-2011 | Neena Bhandari

    Q&A: Trevor Rowe, Chairman, UGL

    'We hope Indian Railways would be interested in our product line'

  • 29-Dec-2011 | Neena Bhandari

    It was never in Jamsetji's ken

    But the Tata Group is an established and growing brand in Australia, affirm top local managers.

  • 24-Dec-2011 | Neena Bhandari

    Neena Bhandari: Warming up to Oz

    With the “uranium irritant” out of the way, the year ends on a promising note for Australia-India bilateral relationship, setting the momentum for deeper strategic, defence and economic ties.

  • 20-Dec-2011 | Neena Bhandari

    Apache to buy Oswals' stake in Burrup Fertilisers

    US oil and gas company Apache Corporation on Monday announced that it will acquire 65 per cent stake in Burrup Holdings Limited, parent company of Burrup Fertilisers Pvt Ltd (BFPL), one of the world’s largest liquid ammonia plant in Western ...

  • 18-Dec-2011 | Neena Bhandari

    Sydney breaks bread with Sangrur

    Wheat collaboration between Australia and India likely to be extended, after experiments combining strengths in each other’s varieties show rising promise.

  • 06-Dec-2011 | Neena Bhandari

    Di Bella coffee set to enter India by January

    Australian chain to have 6 cafés in Mumbai in first phase.

  • 05-Dec-2011 | Neena Bhandari

    Aussie ruling party okays uranium export to India

    With riders, however, on a safeguards treaty first; sales still in some doubt.

  • 04-Dec-2011 | Neena Bhandari

    Ruling Australian Labor says yes to uranium exports to India

    The ruling Australian Labor Party (ALP) national conference Sunday passed amendment 665 with a thin margin of only 21 votes to overturn the long standing party policy banning uranium sales to India. Thus far, the party policy has dictated that ...

  • 25-Nov-2011 | Neena Bhandari

    Textile & handicraft, the untapped trade potential down under

    Australia is emerging as an important market for Indian textiles and handicrafts. To capitalise on this untapped bilateral trade potential, as many as 60 Indian businesses showcased some of the finest wares at the three-day Australian International ...

  • 18-Nov-2011 | Neena Bhandari

    Adani seeks nod for Australian coal export project

    Adani Mining Pvt Ltd has applied for regulatory approval for a new coal terminal at Abbot Point in the state of Queensland, which would potentially raise total coal export from the port by 70 per cent.

  • 17-Nov-2011 | Neena Bhandari

    OZ PM's move on Uranium welcomed

    The Australia India Business Council (AIBC) has welcomed Prime Minister Julia Gillard's support for uranium exports to India, a move that has boosted optimism across the sector here.

  • 15-Nov-2011 | Neena Bhandari

    Oswals crash land on alleged fraud in Oz

    High-flying couple have millions stashed away to aid their lifestyle

  • 09-Nov-2011 | Neena Bhandari

    Australia passes carbon tax law

    Australia’s parliament on Tuesday passed a landmark carbon tax legislation that will force the top 500 polluting companies to pay A$24 per tonne for carbon emissions from July 1 next year.

  • 07-Nov-2011 | Neena Bhandari

    Australia to fast-track work visas to woo skilled workers

    Australia is looking at attracting overseas skilled workers to fill the looming skill shortages, especially in the mining and technology sectors. Beginning Monday (November 7), applications for 457 work visas will be fast-tracked and the employer ...

  • 05-Nov-2011 | Neena Bhandari

    Q&A: Nathan Bell, Telstra International

    'India was part of our growth timeline'

  • 04-Nov-2011 | Neena Bhandari

    WEB EXCLUSIVE: Telstra enters into Indian telecom mkt

    Australia's leading telecommunications and information services company, Telstra, has entered into a joint venture with Microland, a specialist IT infrastructure services provider with its operations hub in India, to provide international and ...

  • 01-Nov-2011 | Neena Bhandari

    Industrial body orders end to Qantas stir

    Small and big businesses, especially those affiliated with tourism, were counting the cost after Fair Work Australia, the country’s industrial relations body, ordered an end to the dispute between the management of Qantas, the national ...

  • 31-Oct-2011 | Neena Bhandari

    Qantas remains fogbound

    Australia’s flagship carrier, Qantas’ entire fleet remains grounded affecting 68,000 passengers worldwide with the cancellation of 447 flights costing millions of dollars to the national economy.

  • 28-Oct-2011 | Neena Bhandari

    Q&A: Shankar Vanavarayar, CII Young Indians

    'India-Oz tie-ups have tremendous possibilities'

  • 27-Oct-2011 | Neena Bhandari

    The sour tale of Indian mango exports to Oz

    Australia finally gave a green signal to imports of mangoes from India this year, but the king of fruits didn't make it to the market shelves.