Modi: Why the Australian Prime Minister called Modi the “boss” | India News

Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Tuesday that the strongest and most important foundations of India-Australia relations are mutual trust and respect as he spoke with his Australian counterpart Anthony Albanese, to the Indian diaspora at a mega event in Sydney and rebranded a suburb as “Little India”, reflecting the strong bond between the two strategic partners. Fashion also announced that India will open a consulate in Brisbane to meet long-standing demand from the diaspora.
An unusual comparison

  • Modi, who received an enthusiastic reception that Albanese said was not even reserved for legendary American singer-songwriter Bruce Springsteen, also described India as a “force for global good” and a “bright spot”. in the global economy.
  • “The last time I saw anyone on that stage was Bruce Springsteen and he didn’t get the welcome Prime Minister Modi got. Prime Minister Modi is the boss [a nickname used for Springsteen by his fans]”, said Albanian.

From cricket to yoga

  • Modi on Tuesday invoked cricketing links between India and Australia and said millions of Indians cried when the great Australian spinner Shane Warne died last year.
  • He gave examples of yoga, cricket, films and the cooking show “MasterChef” to highlight the strong ties between India and Australia.
  • Affirming that the India-Australia strategic partnership continues to deepen, Modi said, “we expect bilateral trade between the two parties to more than double in the next five years” after signing the the economic and trade cooperation agreement last year.


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