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

Vladimir Putin abolishes Russian space agency Roscosmos

Russian President Vladimir Putin on Monday signed a decree abolishing the Federal Space Agency, Roscosmos, within the framework of the country's space sector reform, the Kremlin announced.

From helicopters to N-plants, India, Russia sign 16 pacts

In a major push to their strategic ties, India and Russia today decided to expand cooperation in various sectors as they signed 16 pacts, including on joint manufacture of 226 military helicopters and construction of 12 atomi

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Narendra Modi Russia visit: Top 10 points PM made from Make in India choppers, to N-plants 

Narendra Modi Russia visit: PM Narendra Modi speech made in a softer tone than he generally adopts abroad sought to take forward the India-Russia partnership that has been strong for decades and move it to another higher leve

Narendra Modi Russia visit: PM invites Russian industry to invest in India

Hardselling India as an attractive business destination, Prime Minister Narendra Modi today invited Russian CEOs to invest in sectors like aerospace, infrastructure and diamond, and said his government has created a favourabl

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India’s nuclear power ambitions: Russia to assist in construction of 12 nuclear plants

India’s commitment to construct at least 12 nuclear power plants, having highest safety standards in the world, with Russian assistance is important for country’s energy security.

What all is at stake as PM Narendra Modi visits Russia

As Prime Minister Narendra Modi embarks on his first state visit to Russia, the summit meeting in Moscow today assumes great significance in the context of a rapidly evolving global environment.

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PM Narendra Modi gets red carpet welcome in Russia; key deals to be sealed

Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrived here today to a red carpet welcome on his first bilateral visit to Russia during which both countries are set to seal a raft of deals in key sectors like defence, nuclear energy and hydroc

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Narendra Modi Russia visit: PM says will deepen bilateral ties

Ahead of his two-day Russia visit, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday expressed hope that visit would deepen bilateral ties between the two nations.

Narendra Modi Russia visit: All you wanted to know in 10 points

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will on Wednesday afternoon leave on a two-day visit to Russia to attend 16th Annual Summit meeting. Here are top 10 things to know about his itinerary/agenda:

India to offer site in Andhra Pradesh to Russia for nuke plants

PM Narendra Modi is scheduled to visit Russia from December 23-24 to hold an annual summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Moscow.

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Fire at Russian mental patients’ home kills 23, injures 23

A fire swept through a Russian home for people with mental illnesses, killing 23 patients and injuring another 23, many of whom were on medication or otherwise unable to walk, the emergency services said today.

Turkey’s Erdogan warns Russia not to ‘play with fire’

Turkey President Tayyip Erdogan warned Moscow not to "play with fire" on Friday, citing reports Turkish businessmen had been detained in Russia, while Moscow responded with tighter visa regulations.

Russia says jet downing by Turkey a ‘provocation’ as pilot denies warning

Russia has accused Turkey of "planned provocation" over the downing of a warplane on the Syrian border as a rescued pilot claimed that no warning had been given.

Russia says jet downing ‘provocation’ as Ankara seeks to ease tensions

Russia today accused Turkey of a "planned provocation" over the downing of a warplane on the Syrian border but pledged not to go to war as NATO-member Ankara sought to play down tensions.

Turkey tells UN it shot down Russian plane, defends right to do so

Turkey told the U.N. Security Council on Tuesday it had shot down on an unidentified plane that violated Turkish airspace and defended its right to do so - the plane was Russian.

Turkey shoots down Russian plane, says two pilots alive

The two pilots who ejected from a Russian war plane downed by Turkey on the Syrian border are believed to be alive and the Turkish authorities are seeking to recover them, a government official said today.

Turkey downs Russian warplane near Syria border, Vladimir Putin warns of ‘serious consequences’

Turkey shot down a Russian warplane near the Syrian border on Tuesday, saying it had repeatedly violated its air space, one of the most serious publicly acknowledged clashes between a NATO member country and Russia for half a

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