It depends on the laws of the various countries involved. The US allows it.
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The United States allows its citizens to possess 'other' citizenships. Whether Australia and India allow its citizens to possess 'other' citizenships is not a question of U.S. immigration law. You will need to contact the governments of Australia and India.
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