Indian foreign policy in 2021 faced challenges from an aggressive China, threat of terrorism in the Af-Pak region, loss of soft power, but came out successful
Russian president Vladimir Putin’s short but highly consequential visit and launch of the 2+2 Dialogue have imbued new energy and dynamism into the bilateral partnership
India-Russia ties stronger than ever, says PM Modi as he meets Russian Prez Putin at Hyderabad house
The prime minister said that the relationship between India and Russia is truly a unique and reliable model of interstate friendship
It will be the first face-to-face meeting between Putin and Prime Minister Narendra Modi, after the meeting on the sidelines of the BRICS summit in November 2019
There have been six telephonic conversations between the two leaders since November 2019, to date apart from virtual meetings for multilateral summits.
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Narendra Modi leaves for 3-day visit to Russia for annual bilateral summit; visit to ship-building complex on itinerary
Russian President Vladimir Putin will host Modi for a one-on-one dinner during which the two leaders will explore steps to effectively coordinate on global issues.
Yogi Adityanath to visit Russia on 12 August for 2 days with delegation from Goa, Maharashtra, Assam, Gujarat
Uttar Pradesh chief minister Yogi Adityanath will embark on a two-day visit to Russia in the third week of August
India's foreign policy for next 5 years: New Delhi should convey to US in no uncertain terms how importance of better ties hinges on favourable trade policies
There has been a growing realisation in Washington's policy circles that closer ties with India can make the US stronger once again in Asia where China has begun to flex its military muscles
Narendra Modi meets Vladimir Putin on sidelines of BRICS Summit in Johannesburg, reaffirms friendship
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday held talks with Russian President Vladimir Putin on the sidelines of the BRICS Summit in Johannesburg, and said the friendship between the two countries is deep-rooted.
India's missile deal with Russia will limit interoperability with US military, says Congressman Mac Thornberry
India's planned Rs 40,000-crore deal to buy the sophisticated, long-range S-400 air defence system from Russia would "complicate" building inter-operability between the United States (US) and Indian militaries, a senior US Congressman said in Delhi on Monday.
India to negotiate price for Russian warships next week: Move could boost New Delhi's ties with its most important defence ally
India will begin negotiations with Russia next week regarding the acquisition of four Russian stealth frigates to scale up the Indian Navy's capabilities
Prime Minister Narendra Modi discussed the intensification of Indo-Russia ties with Russian president Vladimir Putin on Wednesday as the two sides agreed to strengthen the bilateral special and privileged partnership
India, Russia review economic ties in energy, trade and investment; agree to boost inter-regional cooperation
India and Russia decided to actively promote inter-regional cooperation as the two sides undertook a comprehensive review of economic cooperation
Narendra Modi meets Vladimir Putin: India, Russia urge countries to stop cross-border movement of terrorists
India and Russia on Thursday asked all countries to stop cross-border movement of terrorists and asserted that a decisive collective response from the international community without "double standards and selectivity" was required to combat the threat of terrorism.
The Brics Summit was different on two counts. For one thing, the script was almost entirely written by India. Though the content was known, its style and delivery did produce surprise.
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday met his Russian counterpart Dmitry Medvedev and said he was sure India-Russia ties will be strengthened.
Talks between India and Russia in New Delhi led to a general agreement on two reactors of the Kudankulam nuclear power project in Tamil Nadu, expected to reach full capacity by April-May.
The first unit of the Kudankulam Nuclear Power Project, synchronized to the southern grid early Tuesday, has been stopped for inspection of the equipment and systems condition, official sources said