Yes, since that person will be “Indian Resident” due to 182 days presence. He will be taxed in India, on his global income. Except those incomes that are taxed in country of source as per the DTAA . double tax avoidance treaties.
But don’t worry. The tax rates in India are much much lower than in most western countries. Our tax rates are in slabs from 0% to 30%. whereas income tax rates in most Western countries and Australia are upto 40% to 57% peak rates. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_countries_by_tax_rates
And there is no double tax. Once taxed in India, in Individual capacity, that taxed income is tax free when you take it back to any other country.