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See strong conversion of interests and concerns under Donald Trump presidency: Foreign Secy S Jaishankar

He said, "With Russia, India's relationship has grown very strong in the last two years as with the bonding of the two leaders".

Euro 2016: England and Russia fans riot at in Marseille

England and Russia fans rioted Saturday at the Old Port in Marseille and outside the city's Stade Velodrome before the two countries met in a soccer match at the European Championship.

Russia Central bank: Budget rule should not require forex interventions

A new budget rule under discussion by the Russian government should not necessarily require the central bank to intervene...

Russia: We will respond to entry of US naval vessel into Black Sea

The US military would also have two aircraft carriers in the Mediterranean this month ahead of a July NATO summit in Warsaw as Washington sought to balance Russian military activities.

Russia eyes manufacture of n-power components in India

This comes as an India-Russia joint venture, the nuclear power plant at Kudankulam, which has two of its reactors up and running while four more are in the pipeline.

Russia looks to revive its aircraft industry with new plane

The new plane is expected to conduct its maiden flight next year, and deliveries to Russian flag carrier Aeroflot are set to start in 2018. Irkut has so far received orders for 175 planes, including 50 for Aeroflot.

Waiting for India to identify location for new NPP: Russia

Russia is waiting for India to identify the location of a new nuclear power plant where six power units of 1,200 mw each will be constructed under an Indo-Russian agreement, a senior Russian official said today.

Russia to Turkey: Withdraw your troops from Iraq – RIA cites Lavrov

Russia demands that Turkey withdraw its troops from Iraq.

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Snubbed by West, Russia’s Vladimir Putin rolls out red carpet for Asian leaders

The Kremlin has seized on the visit by southeast Asian leaders for a summit as an opportunity to show Russia still has friends on the international stage, despite being cold-shouldered by the West over the conflict in Ukraine

India may fail to defend itself from Pakistani missiles: experts

India may not be able to fully defend itself from a possible Pakistani nuclear strike in a conflict despite the country's heavy investments in developing anti-ballistic missile systems, a Russian nuclear expert has cautioned.

Russia builds military camp near ancient site in Palmyra

Russia has built a military encampment inside a zone that holds the UNESCO world heritage site in the ancient Syrian town of Palmyra...

Russian economy shrank by 1.2 percent in first quarter

Russia's economy contracted by 1.2 percent in the first quarter of this year compared with the same quarter last year, in a tentative sign of stabilisation, the state statistics service said today.

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Say goodbye to OPEC, Russia’s Igor Sechin says

Internal differences are killing OPEC and its ability to influence the markets has all but evaporated, top Russian oil executive Igor Sechin said in some of his harshest remarks ever about the oil cartel.

China and Russia to hold anti-missile drill after US, South Korea talk defence

China and Russia will hold their first joint computer-assisted anti-missile drill, state media said on Thursday, after the United States and South Korea discussed an anti-missile defence system for the South to counter threat

Nico Rosberg on pole in Russian Grand Prix as Lewis Hamilton’s engine fails again

Formula One leader Nico Rosberg took pole position for the Russian Grand Prix while his Mercedes teammate Lewis Hamilton was 10th after a car failure ended his qualifying session early on Saturday.

Govt may extend anti-dumping duty on Russian chemical

Government may further extend the anti-dumping duty on imports of a Russian chemical, used by electrical and electronic industry, to protect the domestic players from cheap in-bound shipments.

Russia to ink with India Ka-226 Helicopter manufacturing deal

Russia will sign a joint manufacturing contract with India for 200 Ka-226T light utility multirole helicopters before the end of the year, the head of the Russian state technology corporation Rostecs international cooperation

World Bank cuts Russia growth forecasts, sees 1.9 pct GDP fall in 2016

Russia's economy will contract by 1.9 percent in 2016 followed by growth of 1.1 percent next year, the World Bank said on Wednesday, cutting its forecasts to factor in a weaker global oil price.

Earthquake in Russia: 6.6 magnitude tremors hits Kamchatka Peninsula

A 6.6-magnitude earthquake hit off the east coast of Russia's Kamchatka Peninsula today but was not expected to cause damage or fatalities, US experts said.

Russia urged to halt air campaign against Syria’s opposition forces

US President Barack Obama on Sunday urged Russia to play a constructive role in Syria by halting its air campaign against so-called Syria's moderate opposition forces.

Strong 7.0-magnitude quake strikes eastern Russia: USGS

A strong 7.0-magnitude earthquake struck eastern Russia today, the US Geological Survey said.

Russia’s FM Sergey Lavrov calls British inquiry into poisoned spy a ‘show’

Russia's foreign minister has rejected the conclusion by a British judge that former KGB officer Alexander Litvinenko had been poisoned by two men acting at the behest of Russia's spy agency as a "show" lacking substance.

Litvinenko murder suspect Lugovoy calls UK inquiry accusations ‘absurd’

Andrei Lugovoy, one of two Russians named on Thursday by a judge led-British inquiry as the killers of Kremlin critic Alexander Litvinenko, said the accusations against him were "absurd", the Interfax news agency quoted him a

The Latest on Litvinenko: Russian ambassador calls UK report on ex KGB spy Alexander Litvinenko ‘provocation’

The latest developments in the lengthy British public inquiry into the 2006 poisoning death of former Russian spy Alexander Litvinenko.

Alexander Litvinenko case: ‘Russia’s Vladimir Putin probably approved London murder of ex-KGB agent’

President Vladimir Putin probably approved a 2006 Russian intelligence operation to murder ex-KGB agent Alexander Litvinenko with radioactive polonium-210 in London, a British inquiry concluded on Thursday, prompting a row wi

‘Russia’s Vladimir Putin met Taliban chief for support against Islamic State’

A top Afghan militant commander has claimed that Russian President Vladimir Putin held an unpublicised meeting with Mullah Akhtar Mansour, the current Taliban chief, to discuss possible Russian support against the IS insurgen

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