1. India & Australia to crank up defence ties, even as Canberra backs Delhi on Ladakh confrontation with Chi  Times of India
  2. Australia says LAC assault was a warning  The Hindu
  3. Jaishankar holds talks with Australian Deputy PM Richard Marles  Moneycontrol
  4. Richard Marles writes | India and Australia: Partners with shared interests and entwined destinies  The Indian Express
  5. China’s 2020 assault on Indian forces at LAC a warning for all: Australian dy PM  Hindustan Times
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India News: India and Australia on Wednesday resolved to further crank up their defence ties through combat exercises, intelligence-sharing, reciprocal logistics India News: India and Australia on Wednesday resolved to further crank up their defence ties through combat exercises, intelligence-sharing, reciprocal logistics

India & Australia to crank up defence ties, even as Canberra backs Delhi on Ladakh confrontation with China | India News - Times of India

China should commit to resolve the border row with India through dialogue consistent with international law, Australian Deputy Prime Minister Richard Marles said.China should commit to resolve the border row with India through dialogue consistent with international law, Australian Deputy Prime Minister Richard Marles said.

Assault on Indian forces at LAC in 2020 was a warning; China should resolve border row through dialogue: Australia

"Delighted to meet Deputy PM & Defence Minister @RichardMarlesMP of Australia. Agreed on the importance of strengthening our Strategic Partnership to effectively address contemporary challenges," Jaishankar tweeted. On his part, Marles, who is also Australia's defence minister, described the discussions as "productive".

Jaishankar holds talks with Australian Deputy PM Richard Marles

There has been a significant increase in defence cooperation between India and Australia in recent years, including the signing of the Mutual Logistics Support Arrangement in 2020 | Latest News IndiaThere has been a significant increase in defence cooperation between India and Australia in recent years, including the signing of the Mutual Logistics Support Arrangement in 2020

‘Shared objective’: India, Australia reaffirm defence and strategic cooperation | Latest News India - Hindustan Times

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Rajnath Singh and his Australian counterpart Richard Marles reviewed the defence cooperation pact during bilateral talks in New Delhi on Wednesday.Rajnath Singh and his Australian counterpart Richard Marles reviewed the defence cooperation pact during bilateral talks in New Delhi on Wednesday.

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Australian Deputy Prime Minister described the discussions as 'productive' and said that across the gamut of the comprehensive strategic partnership, the nations are committed to build a stronger and resilient Indo-PacificAustralian Deputy Prime Minister described the discussions as 'productive' and said that across the gamut of the comprehensive strategic partnership, the nations are committed to build a stronger and resilient Indo-Pacific

Jaishankar holds talks with Richard Marles on strengthening strategic partnership between two countries

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Australia on Wednesday proposed to work out an arrangement with India to make sure that the armed forces of the two nations get long-term access to each other’s military bases – further expanding bilateral defence cooperation in response to China’s military build-up in the Indo-Pacific region. The proposal was discussed as Defence Minister Rajnath Singh hosted his AustralianAustralia on Wednesday proposed to work out an arrangement with India to make sure that the armed forces of the two nations get long-term access to each other’s military bases – further expanding

Wary of China, Australia wants new deal with India for long-term reciprocal access to military bases | Deccan Herald

India and Australia, on Wednesday announced a way forward on joint defence research and material cooperation. Australia is one of the top-five producers of rare earths, the compounds used in making microchips that are the heart of any modern military equipment.India and Australia, on Wednesday announced a way forward on joint defence research and material cooperation. Australia is one of the top-five producers of rare earths, the compounds used in making microchips that are the heart of any modern military equipment.

India, Australia to push for joint defence research and material cooperation : The Tribune India

The ministers reviewed the defence and security pillars of the India-Australia Comprehensive Strategic Partnership (CSP).The ministers reviewed the defence and security pillars of the India-Australia Comprehensive Strategic Partnership.

India, Australia discuss enhancing defence ties- The New Indian Express

During their meeting, the two countries committed to giving a fillip to the Joint Working Group on Defence Research and Material Cooperation, which will meet in Australia later this year. During their meeting, the two countries committed to giving a fillip to the Joint Working Group on Defence Research and Material Cooperation, which will meet in Australia later this year. 

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Defence Minister Rajnath Singh on June 22 held a bilateral meeting with Australia’s Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Defence Richard Marles in Delhi. The two Ministers will review the defence cooperation between the two countries and explore new initiatives to further strengthen bilateral engagements. “Australia is a proven and trusted partner of India. India and Australia share democratic values, having common visions for a free and open Indo-Pacific,” said Defence Minister Rajnath Singh. Defence Minister Rajnath Singh on June 22 held a bilateral meeting with Australia’s Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Defence Richard Marles in Delhi. The two Ministers will review the defence cooperation between the two countries and explore new initiatives to further strengthen bilateral engagements. “Australia is a proven and trusted partner of India. India and Australia share democratic values, having common visions for a free and open Indo-Pacific,” said Defence Minister Rajnath Singh.

Rajnath Singh holds bilateral meeting with Australia’s Deputy PM Richard Marles

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Defence Minister Rajnath Singh said Australia is proven & trusted partner of India and both countries share democratic values for a free and open Indo-Pacific. Defence Minister Rajnath Singh said Australia is proven & trusted partner of India and both countries share democratic values for a free and open Indo-Pacific. 

Rajnath Singh hails 'trusted partner' Canberra after meeting with Australian Dy PM Marles

India, Australia To Explore New Initiatives To Further Strengthen Bilateral Defence Engagements

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India is one of Australia's "closest" security partners and Canberra is keen to work closely with it for an open and inclusive Indo-Pacific, Australian Deputy Prime Minister Richard Marles said on Monday as he begins a four-day visit to New Delhi.India is one of Australia's "closest" security partners and Canberra is keen to work closely with it for an open and inclusive Indo-Pacific, Australian Deputy Prime Minister Richard Marles said on Monday as he begins a four-day visit to New Delhi.

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Defence Minister Rajnath Singh said that Australia is a proven and trusted partner of India and both the nations share democratic values and common visions for a free and open Indo-PacificDefence Minister Rajnath Singh said that Australia is a proven and trusted partner of India and both the nations share democratic values and common visions for a free and open Indo-Pacific

India, Australia share same vision for open Indo-Pacific: Rajnath Singh | Business Standard News

Rajnath Singh on Wednesday held bilateral talks with his Australian counterpart Richard Marles and reviewed defence partnership.Rajnath Singh on Wednesday held bilateral talks with his Australian counterpart Richard Marles and reviewed defence partnership.

Defence Minister Rajnath Singh reviews defence cooperation between India, Australia in bilateral talks

The Defence Minister Richard Marles says Australia and India have been drawn together because both countries are wrestling with the "difficult problem" of how to reconcile strong economic ties with China against shared anxieties over Beijing's growing military might.The Defence Minister Richard Marles says Australia and India have been drawn together because both countries are wrestling with the "difficult problem" of how to reconcile strong economic ties with China against shared anxieties over Beijing's growing military might.

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Defence Minister Rajnath Singh and his visiting Australian counterpart Richard Marles will explore new initiatives to further expand bilateral defence engagements in their talks on WednesdayDefence Minister Rajnath Singh and his visiting Australian counterpart Richard Marles will explore new initiatives to further expand bilateral defence engagements in their talks on Wednesday

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New Delhi: Australian Defence Minister Richard Marles arrived in India on Monday to hold a bilateral meeting with his Indian counterpart Rajnath Singh to strengthen defence and security cooperation between both the countries. "Arrived in India - a top-tierNew Delhi: Australian Defence Minister Richard Marles arrived in India on Monday to hold a bilateral meeting with his Indian counterpart Rajnath Singh to strengthen defence and security cooperation between both the countries. "Arrived in India - a top-tier

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India and Australia explore cooperation in defence industrial sector - The Week

Defence Minister Richard Marles is the first senior member of Australia’s new Labor government to visit India. His four-day visit began on Monday and includes meetings with India’s defence and foreign ministers. Australia and India ...

Australia needs to streamline its India defence strategy | The Strategist

In India, Australia’s deputy PM warns Beijing is driving insecurity and military escalation by not communicating with its neighbours.In India, Australia’s deputy PM warns Beijing is driving insecurity and military escalation by not communicating with its neighbours.

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Deputy Prime Minister Richard Marles has pledged greater cooperation with India on climate change and defence and says...Deputy Prime Minister Richard Marles has pledged greater cooperation with India on climate change and defence and says...

Marles pledges greater Indian defence ties | Manning River Times | Taree, NSW

Hon’ble Deputy PM & Minister of Defence, Australia visited GSLNew Delhi: Hon’ble Deputy Prime Minister & Minister of Defence, Australia, the Hon Richard Marles MP visited Goa Shipyard Limited on 21st June 2022.   Shri TN Sudhakar, CMD GSL received the Hon’ble Deputy Prime Minister of Australia at the Shipyard and thereafter the VIP was

Hon’ble Deputy PM & Minister of Defence, Australia visited GSL

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BY ATEET SHARMA NEW DELHI (IANS) – Deeply worried by China’s rapidly increasing imprint, Australia said on June 21 that it stands ready to work closer with India in support of an open, inclusive, and resilient Indo-Pacific. The affirmation from the Anthony Albanese-led government came […]

Wary of China, New Australian Government Reaches Out to India And Japan - IndiaWest

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Shared anxiety over the rise of China could drive deeper military ties between India and Australia, Defence Minister...Shared anxiety over the rise of China could drive deeper military ties between India and Australia, Defence Minister...

China fears to drive India military ties | Port Lincoln Times | Port Lincoln, SA

Operations of the Autonomous Craft, which is jointly developed by GSL and Bharat Electronics for the Indian Navy, was demonstrated to Marles.

Australian Deputy PM visits Goa Shipyard Limited upon India visit

Deputy Prime Minister and Defence Minister Richard Marles will meet his Indian counterpart to discuss strengthening defence and...Deputy Prime Minister and Defence Minister Richard Marles will meet his Indian counterpart to discuss strengthening defence and...

Asian security ties in Australia's sights | The Singleton Argus | Singleton, NSW