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India–Australia


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Lucknow (Australia, Canada, India)

India–Australia

Lucknow (Australia, Canada, India)

Instantaneous deformation and kinematics of the India–Australia Plate

The White Industries Australia Limited – India bit Award: a Critical Assessment

White Industries Australia Limited v The Republic of India

MACKAY, Iven Giffard (1882 - 1966), High Commissioner for Australia, in India, 1944–48; retired, 1948; Esquire Bedell, University of Sydney, 1950

PRESTON, William Edward (1865 - 1939), late Chief Manager Chartered Bank of India, Australia, and China; Chairman P. and O. Banking Corporation, Ltd

New limits on the motion between India and Australia since chron 5 (11 Ma) and implications for lithospheric deformation in the equatorial Indian Ocean

Agreement between the Government of Australia and the Government of the Republic of India on the Promotion and Protection of Investments

Review of wheat improvement for waterlogging tolerance in Australia and India: the importance of anaerobiosis and element toxicities associated with different soils

White Industries Australia Ltd v India, Final award, IIC 529 (2011), 30th November 2011, Ad Hoc Tribunal [UNCITRAL]

Purifying Empire: Obscenity and the Politics of Moral Regulation in Britain, India and Australia, by Deana Heath

Deana Heath. Purifying Empire: Obscenity and the Politics of Moral Regulation in Britain, India and Australia. New York: Cambridge University Press. 2010. Pp. vi, 238. $95.00

BOND, Stanley Shaw (1877 - 1943), Chairman and Governing Director of Butterworth & Co. (Publishers) Ltd, London and Associated Companies in Africa, Australia, Canada, and India; Hon. Treasurer Royal Association in aid of the Deaf and Dumb; Governor Queen Alexandra’s Hospital Home for Soldiers; Vice-Chairman Central Board of Finance of the Church of England

Revision of the International Service Regulations annexed to the International Telegraph Convention of St. Petersburg of 22 July 1875, signed at Budapest between Austria, Belgium, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Brazil, Bulgaria, Cape of Good Hope, Denmark, Egypt, France, Germany, Great Britain, Greece, Hungary, British India, the Netherlands Indies, Indo-China, Italy, Japan, Luxemburg, Natal, New Caledonia, New South Wales, New Zealand, the Netherlands, Norway, Persia, Portugal, Portuguese Colonies, Queensland, Roumania, Russia, Senegal, Servia, Siam, South Australia, Spain, Spanish Colonies, Sweden, Switzerland, Tunisia, Turkey, Victoria and West Australia

MORGAN, John Hartman (1876 - 1955), Barrister-at-law; DL, JP Wilts; British Member of the Académie Diplomatique Internationale; Legal Editor of the Encyclopaedia Britannica; Emeritus Professor of Constitutional Law in the University of London; Reader in Constitutional Law to the Inns of Court, 1926–36. Counsel: to the India Defence League, 1933–34, and Indian Chamber of Princes, 1934–37; for W. Australia at hearing before Parliament of Secession Petition, 1935; to State of Gwalior and Central India States, 1939–45; to Parliamentary Post-War Policy Group, 1942–45. Tagore Professor, Univ. of Calcutta, 1939; Member of Executive Council of International Law Association; Adviser to American War Crimes Commission at Nuremberg, 1947–49

Regulations in execution of the International Telegraph Convention of 22 July 1875 between Austria, Belgium, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Brazil, Bulgaria, Cochin China, Denmark, Egypt, France, Germany, Great Britain, Greece, Hungary, India, Italy, Japan, Luxemburg, Montenegro, the Netherlands and Netherlands Indies, New South Wales, Norway, Portugal, Roumania, Russia, Senegal, Servia, Siam, South Australia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Tasmania, Tunis and Turkey, signed at Berlin, 17 September 1885

Regulations annexed to the Revised International Telegraph Convention agreed between the Argentine Republic, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Brazil, Bulgaria, Cape of Good Hope, Ceylon, Crete, Denmark, Egypt, France, Germany, Great Britain, Greece, Hungary, British India, Netherlands Indies, French Indo-China, Italy, Japan, Luxemburg, Madagascar, Montenegro, Natal, the Netherlands, New Caledonia, New Zealand, Norway, Persia, Portugal, Portuguese Colonies, Roumania, Russia, Senegal, Servia, Siam, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Tunis, Turkey and Uruguay, signed at London, 10 July 1903

 

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