Today, Prime Minister Narendra Modi had a enjoyable moment as Australian PM Malcolm Turnbull and Mr Modi visited the famous Akshardhma temple on the banks of the River Yamuna, where they posed with garlands.They also had a Delhi metro ride. Mr Turnbull, is on a three-day visit to New Delhi and Mumbai.
There have been a pact where India and Australia agreed today to revive stalled talks on a bilateral trade deal but, the visiting premier conceded that chances of an early breakthrough were slim.
Australia is concentrating over access to India's market of 1.3 billion people for farm exports from and opportunities for skilled Indian workers there.
The two countries had agreed to make a fresh push on a proposed bilateral Comprehensive Economic Cooperation Agreement (CECA), after meeting the PM, the Australian leader said.
"We had a very good discussion about the CECA, and I think it's fair to say that progress has not been as fast as either of us would like it to be," Mr Turnbull told a joint news conference.
The Australian PM Malcolm Turnbull also took a selfie with PM Narendra Modi in the Delhi metro.
"When there is a genuine shortage of skills, we can bring in skilled persons from overseas - a great many of those have come from India"