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  • After India-Russia S-400 missile deal, US says it cannot prejudge any sanctions decisions

    New Delhi: Reacting to the India-Russia military agreement on the purchase of S -400 Triumph air defence missile systems, the United States on Friday said that it cannot prejudge any sanctions decisions and clarified that CAATSA (Countering America’s Adversaries Through Sanctions Act) is not intended to impose damage to the military capabilities of its allies or partners. “The intent of our implementation of CAATSA is to impose costs on Russia for its malign

  • Russian President Vladimir Putin in India to attend annual bilateral summit; focus on S-400 deal

    New Delhi: Russian President Vladimir Putin will arrive here Thursday on a two-day visit during which India and Russia are likely to sign a deal to procure S-400 air defence systems and deliberate on key regional and global issues, including US sanctions on import of Iranian crude oil. Putin, along with Prime Minister Narendra Modi, will hold the 19th India-Russia annual bilateral summit during which the two leaders are expected to review

  • Talks will strengthen strategic ties: PM Modi

    New Delhi : Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday expressed hope that his talks with Russian President Vladimir Putin would further strengthen the ‘special and privileged’ strategic partnership between India and Russia.

  • India, Russia to set up $1 bn fund to promote business: Nirmala

    Chennai: India and Russia are setting up a USD 1 billion fund to promote mutual investments in infrastructure and technology projects, Commerce and Industry Minister Nirmala Sitharaman has said. Both the countries would contribute USD 500 million to the fund, Sitharaman said while addressing India-Russia Business Forum at the ongoing International Engineering Sourcing Show (IESS) here yesterday.

  • India to buy game changer S-400 air defence system from Russia

    Benaulim (Goa): India today announced that it will buy the S-400 Triumf air defence systems from Russia, worth over USD 5 billion, and collaborate in making four state of art frigates besides setting up a joint production facility for making Kamov helicopters.

  • Russia, India to ink deal on S-400 missile systems

    Moscow: President Vladimir Putin on Thursday said Russia remained the top supplier of advanced weapons and defence technology to its “privileged strategic partner” India and added that Moscow and other BRICS nations were determined to back New Delhi’s anti-terror fight.

  • From Russia With LoveE: Chopper And N-plants

    MAKE-IN-INDIA: The agreements between Modi and Putin will increase Indian companies’ content in manufacture of military helicopters and nuclear reactors, among other things.

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