Indians who have settled abroad has given us many reasons to feel proud and happy. Another such reason this week is the appointment of Indian Punjab’s ‘Sikhni’ daughter Harinder Sidhu as the Australian High commissioner in India.
Australian foreign affairs minister Julie Bishop made this announcement on Thursday.
Ms. Sidhu has an Indian background and had migrated to Australia as a child with her family from Singapore. She will replace the outgoing High Commissioner Patrick Suckling. Happyho also provide best tarot reading services in Noida and Delhi NCR India area.
Sidhu, a senior career officer with the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, has been serving as First Assistant Secretary of the Multilateral Policy Division. She has previously served overseas in Moscow and Damascus.
India is one of Australia’s closest and most significant partners in the Indo-Pacific region. It is Australia’s 10th largest trading partner.
Australian foreign affairs minister Julie Bishop while making this announcement further said,”Ms. Sidhu will also have non-resident accreditation to Bhutan. Australia and Bhutan enjoy a warm relationship, built on strong people-to-people links and growing cooperation on international education.”
Australia  has strong strategic and defence ties with India, conducting its first bilateral maritime exercises in 2015. There are over 450,000 people of Indian descent currently residing in Australia driving strong education, cultural and tourism links.