India-Australia ties grow amid uranium talks
Australia PM's visit to New Delhi aimed at sale of nuclear fuel is a sign of improved relations.
Last Modified: 15 Oct 2012 23:40

The Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard has visited the Indian capital New Delhi for talks on the sale of uranium to India, which has a growing appetite for nuclear power.

Gillard's visit is also a signal of the increasingly close relationship between the two countries.

The number of Indian migrants in Australia has surpassed expatriates from both China and and the UK.

Andrew Thomas reports from Sydney. 



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