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    Russia-India economic relations and deals

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    Post  Hannibal Barca Fri Aug 01, 2014 9:20 pm

    I like the man who governs India. I was observing him during the Brazil summit and he was passionate. He meant for serious business!
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    Post  Viktor Fri Aug 08, 2014 5:45 pm

    This is the thing I have been writing about and it is coming to its existence  russia 

    Russia, India to ink $40 bn gas deal: Report
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    Post  George1 Tue Aug 26, 2014 1:32 am

    Russian-Indian Aviaindra air force maneuvers to begin August 29

    MOSCOW, August 25. /ITAR-TASS/. The Aviaindra joint Russian-Indian maneuvers will be launched on Friday, August 29, spokesperson for the Russian Air Force Igor Klimov told reporters on Monday.

    The active phase of the drills will be held at the Pogonovo range in the Voronezh region and Ashuluk range in the Astrakhan region.

    According to the official, Indian military have already arrived in Russia.

    “August 25-29, Indian pilots in the Lipetsk aviation centre will study the areas of the forthcoming flights and drill piloting on modern simulators, and air defense specialists will get familiarized with the air defense missile systems at the Gatchina training centre of the antiaircraft missile troops,” Klimov said.

    The exercise scenario envisages the Russian-Indian crews’ joint flights with firing on ground targets. The flights will be performed on the Sukhoi Su-30SM fighters and Mil Mi-35 and Mi-8 helicopters, with the fighters’ aerial refueling. “In addition, joint air defense crews at the Ashuluk range will repel a simulated enemy’s air attack with launches of missiles from the S-400, S-300, Buk-M1 air defense missile weapon systems and the Pantsir-S1 anti-aircraft missile and gun system.

    Klimov said the maneuvers will last until September 5. Commander-in-Chief of the Russian Air Force Colonel General Viktor Bondarev is in command of the exercise.
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    Post  George1 Tue Aug 26, 2014 12:15 pm

    Indian Troops Arrive in Russia for Air Force Drills

    MOSCOW, August 25 (RIA Novosti) - Indian troops have arrived in Russia’s Lipetsk to take part in the joint Air Force exercise Aviaindra 2014, held August 25 to September 5, Russian Defense Ministry spokesman Col. Igor Klimov told the press Monday.

    “From August 25 to September 5, 2014 a joint Russian-Indian exercise Aviaindra 2014 will be held on the Russian territory under the Air Force commander-in-chief’s leadership. The official starting date of the drills is August 29, 2014. Before that, the Indian pilots will examine the areas of the upcoming flights and practice piloting skills on modern simulators in the Lipetsk State Aviation Center, while anti-aircraft personnel will familiarize with anti-aircraft missile systems in the Air Force Training Center in Gatchina [Leningrad Region],” Klimov said.

    The drills’ scenario involves joint flights with mixed Russian-Indian crews on Su-30 SM “Flanker-C” aircraft, Mil Mi-35 “Hind E” and Mi-8 “Hip” helicopters at Pogonovo and Ashuluk testing ranges in the Voronezh and Astrakhan regions respectively. Su-30 SM “Flanker-C” crews will also carry out air refueling from the Ilyushin Il-78 “Midas” aerial refueling tanker while the mixed anti-aircraft teams will repel a simulated aggressor’s attack with the S-300 (SA-10) “Grumble” and S-400 (SA-21) “Growler” anti-aircraft systems, the Buk-M1 “Grizzly” surface-to-air missile system and the Pantsir-S1 (SA-22) “Greyhound” surface-to-air missile/anti-aircraft artillery systems.

    On July 17-19, Russia and India conducted the joint naval exercise Indra 2014 in Vladivostok. The Indian fleet included the INS Ranvijay destroyer, the INS Shivalik frigate and INS Shakti fleet tanker. Russia deployed the Varyag guided-missile cruiser, the Admiral Vinogradov destroyer and the Peresvet large landing ship.
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    Post  Mike E Fri Aug 29, 2014 11:13 pm

    Russia, India to Continue Joint Air Force Drills in November - Moscow

    LIPETSK, August 29 (RIA Novosti) - The second phase of joint Russian-Indian Air Force exercise “Aviaindra-2014” is set to take place in India in November, deputy chief of the Russian Air Force's General Staff, Aleksandr Lyapkin, told reporters Friday.
    “The second phase of the exercise will take place in India after the end of monsoon season, on November 10-21. The location isn't known yet, this will become clear in October, when planning is finished,” Lyapkin said.
    Russia is currently hosting the first ever Russian-Indian air force drills, which involve joint flights with mixed Russian-Indian crews on Su-30 SM “Flanker-C” aircraft and Mil Mi-35 “Hind E” helicopters. The Indian troops arrived in Russia on August 25.
    The drills are taking place at the Pogonovo and Ashuluk testing ranges in Voronezh and Astrakhan regions. Flanker-C crews are to carry out air refueling training, while helicopter crews work on extinguishing fires and conducting search and rescue missions.
    According to Indian Air Commodore Ajay Rathore, the Indian Air Force uses Su-30MKI, MiG-21, Mi-35 and other types of Russian-produced aircraft at home, with which they are satisfied.
    “We have been using Russian military equipment for over 40 years, but this is the first time we conduct joint air drills, though we should have done it a long time ago. We have big hopes for this kind of pilot trainings. We would like to share our experience with our Russian colleagues and learn from their experiences using prospective aircrafts. I hope that ‘Aviaindra’ will be the first of many joint trainings,” Rathore said.
    Russia and India are major partners in the field of military cooperation. Over 70 percent of all military equipment used by the Indian Armed Forces was produced in Russia or the Soviet Union. According to estimates made by the Russian Federal Service for Military-Technical Cooperation, Russia provided India with $4.78 billion in military technology in 2013. In November 2013, the “Vikramaditya” Russian aircraft carrier (formerly known as the “Admiral Gorshkov”) was commissioned to India. The warship was purchased for a record-breaking $2.35 billion.
    Russia and India are currently working on contracts to export the newest Sukhoi and Mikoyan fighter aircraft to India. Russia intends to supply India with Beriev A-50 airborne early warning aircraft as well.
    The countries are also working together to develop new weapons. The Russian-Indian BrahMos Aerospace joint venture has created the “BrahMos” supersonic cruise missile, which has been used by the Indian Armed Forces since 2006. The countries have agreed to jointly develop a fifth-generation fighter jet and military transport aircraft.
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    Post  Mike E Fri Aug 29, 2014 11:16 pm

    India to Take Part in Aviadarts-2015 Flight Skills Competition

    MOSCOW, August 29 (RIA Novosti) - India has confirmed its participation in the Aviadarts flight-skills competition hosted by Russia, Deputy Chief of the Main Staff of Russian Air Force Major General Alexander Lyapkin told RIA Novosti.
    “In 2015, another flight skills competition will take place, and an Indian crew plans to take part in it. As you can remember, this year China and Belarus participated in the contest,” Lyapkin said.
    Indian pilot Adzhai Rakhtor confirmed Lyapkin’s statement.
    Friday was the official opening ceremony for the Aviaindra-2014 joint Russian-Indian air force exercise, which last until September 5.
    During the opening ceremony, the Sokoly Rossii (Falcons of Russia) Russian aerobatic team performed for the Indian guests.
    The scenario for the exercise involves joint flights with mixed Russian-Indian crews on Su-30 SM “Flanker-C” aircraft, Mil Mi-35 “Hind E” and Mi-8 “Hip” helicopters at the Pogonovo and Ashuluk testing ranges in Voronezh and Astrakhan regions respectively. Su-30 SM “Flanker-C” crews will also carry out air refueling from the Ilyushin Il-78 “Midas” aerial refueling tanker while mixed anti-aircraft teams repel a simulated attack with the S-300 (SA-10) “Grumble” and S-400 (SA-21) “Growler” anti-aircraft systems, the Buk-M1 “Grizzly” surface-to-air missile system and the Pantsir-S1 (SA-22) “Greyhound” surface-to-air missile/anti-aircraft artillery systems.
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    Post  Vann7 Tue Sep 02, 2014 2:56 pm

    What up with India , they now siding with Australia for a nuclear project and Not Russia?
    Is this the first sign of things to come between India - Russian relations?  That is
    India no longer being a close partner with Russia?

    http://actualidad.rt.com/actualidad/view/139023-india-acuerdo-nuclear-australia-fukushima


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    This is why i do not see a chance of BRICS nations to ever replacing the western financing system..
    You see NATO nations always give preference to buy things withing the organization and not to the competition..
    But when it comes to India .. they marry no one.. and its total neutrality make them an unreliable partner in times
    of of crisis.

    You have inner looking countries like China and India ,that do not think in terms allies...or making a difference
    in the world.. instead more interested in Self benefits ..regardless and loyal to no one.. it was just years ago..
    India sealed a deal with France for $10 billions and another with Americans for helicopters ditching Russia .. that created a major distance between Russia and India relations ..making Russia to look into pakistan to sell the weapons to them.. Something that alarmed India leadership for the colding in the relations.

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    Post  GarryB Wed Sep 03, 2014 4:18 am

    Australia is only involved because it exports Uranium.

    Once Russia gets some fast breeder reactors into service enriched Uranium should not be in short supply...
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    Post  Mike E Wed Sep 03, 2014 4:23 am

    Yep, that "nucluur stuff" sure is valuable! At least until Thorium comes along...
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    Post  AlfaT8 Wed Sep 03, 2014 4:49 am

    Mike E wrote:Yep, that "nucluur stuff" sure is valuable! At least until Thorium comes along...
    On that note, has there been any news on the progress the thorium research lately?
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    Post  sepheronx Wed Sep 03, 2014 5:00 am

    It is mostly just for Uranium itself. As Uranium is one of Australias main exports.
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    Post  Mike E Wed Sep 03, 2014 5:09 am

    AlfaT8 wrote:
    Mike E wrote:Yep, that "nucluur stuff" sure is valuable! At least until Thorium comes along...
    On that note, has there been any news on the progress the thorium research lately?
    Unfortunately not.... - There is this; http://www.investing.com/analysis/thorium:-an-alternative-source-of-energy-224358

    Thorium R&D needs to be started, it hasn't been research thoroughly since the 60's!
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    Post  magnumcromagnon Wed Sep 03, 2014 5:17 am

    Mike E wrote:
    AlfaT8 wrote:
    Mike E wrote:Yep, that "nucluur stuff" sure is valuable! At least until Thorium comes along...
    On that note, has there been any news on the progress the thorium research lately?
    Unfortunately not.... - There is this; http://www.investing.com/analysis/thorium:-an-alternative-source-of-energy-224358

    Thorium R&D needs to be started, it hasn't been research thoroughly since the 60's!

    China is heavily investing in LFTR's, but it's been kept under wraps. Even though you can't make nukes with LFTR's, they still have immense dual-use potential. Because of how efficient they are they have unparalleled scalability, I even went as far as suggesting to create a compact LFTR fitted to the PAK-DA next generation bomber, giving it the ability to stay in the sky for weeks at a time! Something like that can come in handy in Thermonuclear hot war.
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    Post  Mike E Wed Sep 03, 2014 5:33 am

    Yeah, knowing China is will probably always be secretive. <- Unfortunately, this tech needs to be shared for the sake of mankind...
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    Post  Vann7 Wed Sep 03, 2014 5:59 pm

    GarryB wrote:Australia is only involved because it exports Uranium.

    Once Russia gets some fast breeder reactors into service enriched Uranium should not be in short supply...

    But Russia exports Uranium too.. is actually six major power in the world exporting Uranium.. have to be something
    else..

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_countries_by_uranium_production

    India also produce Uranium but not a lot.. but still have.
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    Post  Mike E Wed Sep 03, 2014 6:03 pm

    Yeah, many countries do.... However, Australia is known to be a reliable source, and has the largest reserves of Uranium.
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    Post  Sujoy Sat Sep 06, 2014 6:44 pm

    Vann7 wrote:What up with India , they now siding with Australia for a nuclear project and Not Russia?
    Is this the first sign of things to come between India - Russian relations?  That is
    India no longer being a close partner with Russia?

    Russia is building Nuclear Reactors in India. BUT.........it's for India to find the Uranium.This is why Australia is important.



    Vann7 wrote:You see NATO nations always give preference to buy things withing the organization and not to the competition..


    Russia's trade with EU is far, far more than it's trade with India.

    Vann7 wrote:But when it comes to India .. they marry no one.. and its total neutrality make them an unreliable partner in times
    of of crisis.

    India did side with Russia during the Crimea crisis. Check the records.

    http://thediplomat.com/2014/03/india-backs-russias-legitimate-interests-in-ukraine/

    Russia has not asked any support from India beyond this.


    Vann7 wrote:India sealed a deal with France for $10 billions and another with Americans for helicopters ditching Russia .. that created a major distance between Russia and India relations ..making Russia to look into pakistan to sell the weapons to them.. Something that alarmed India leadership for the colding in the relations.

    India also signed a $35 billion dollar deal with Russia for the PAK-FA without going for any competitive bidding.The same applies for the MTA as well.So, where is the disconnect?
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    Post  RTN Sat Sep 06, 2014 6:57 pm

    Vann7 wrote:
    Is this the first sign of things to come between India - Russian relations?  That is
    India no longer being a close partner with Russia?

    As a person who has visited Russia( especially urban Russia) several times what I can say is that the Russian public is rather oblivious to India.India does not figure in the scheme of things in Russia.

    And this is natural.Russia is an European country. Russians consider themselves to be Europeans and value their relationship with Europe far more than their relationship with India, a country completely un-compatible with Russia culturally. In fact,just like in other parts of Europe, India captures news in Russia for all the wrong reasons.....poverty,unemployment,terrorism, the whole nine.

    Ergo, the Russian public has a negative image about India and Indians.

    India really does not have anything to offer to Russia,as on this date.Which explains why Russia trades more with Turkey than India.

    Truth is Russians have far more favorable opinion about Australia than India.That is why there are thousands of Russians who are living in Australia. In other words, Australia is more important to Russians than India is.COme down here to the US.In the west coast of US alone there are 2 million Russians.

    Why do you think Putin spends just 30 mins in India, but 3 to 4 days in the US or EU? Read between the lines and you will find the answer.
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    Post  Mike E Sat Sep 06, 2014 9:33 pm

    RTN wrote:
    Vann7 wrote:
    Is this the first sign of things to come between India - Russian relations?  That is
    India no longer being a close partner with Russia?

    As a person who has visited Russia( especially urban Russia) several times what I can say is that the Russian public is rather oblivious to India.India does not figure in the scheme of things in Russia.

    And this is natural.Russia is an European country. Russians consider themselves to be Europeans and value their relationship with Europe far more than their relationship with India, a country completely un-compatible with Russia culturally. In fact,just like in other parts of Europe, India captures news in Russia for all the wrong reasons.....poverty,unemployment,terrorism, the whole nine.

    Ergo, the Russian public has a negative image about India and Indians.

    India really does not have anything to offer to Russia,as on this date.Which explains why Russia trades more with Turkey than India.

    Truth is Russians have far more favorable opinion about Australia than India.That is why there are thousands of Russians who are living in Australia. In other words, Australia is more important to Russians than India is.COme down here to the US.In the west coast of US alone there are 2 million Russians.

    Why do you think Putin spends just 30 mins in India, but 3 to 4 days in the US or EU? Read between the lines and you will find the answer.

    Yeah, and the US public is oblivious to Sudai, so what?

    That is totally "wrong". Russia doesn't care that India is a part of Asia or whatever. They care about their needs, which India wants to be from Russia. 

    Ergo, everybody has a negative image about the US and Americans.

    Yes, they have industry, a large population that can do business with Russia, forces that buy Russian weapons etc. India is one of Russia's "best" allies, and their relationship only continues to grow.

    The heck! Are you making this crap up, or are you just....... Russians I know do give a crap about Australia.

    Wrong, wrong, and wrong again... 

    A) Where do you find this propaganda, errr, "information"?

    B) That could be becuase Russia has a shaky relationship with Europe, and is trying to work this out etc....
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    Post  George1 Sat Sep 27, 2014 3:23 am

    Russia’s Rosatom to build irradiation centers in India

    MOSCOW, September 26. /ITAR-TASS/. Rusatom Overseas, a unit of Russian nuclear power corporation Rosatom, will receive a 49% stake in India’s Gamma Tech to jointly build irradiation sterilization centers in the country, Rusatom Overseas said late Thursday.

    The companies plan to open first two pilot irradiation centers in the Tamil-Nadu state. Further centers will be opened in the Kerala, Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh, and Maharashtra states.

    The centers will carry out sterilization of food and medical purpose products via ionizing radiation.

    Now Rusatom Overseas is finishing building two irradiation sterilization centers in Russia.
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    Post  Sujoy Fri Oct 10, 2014 4:22 pm

    India to establish PSU to buy stake in Russian potash firm

    The Indian Government will soon sign a protocol with its Russian counterpart, under which a newly established Indian public sector undertaking (PSU) will buy a 30 percent in Russian fertiliser and potash manufacturer, Acron, the Business Standard reported on Wednesday. The protocol will be over and above the agreement which Indian Potash Limited has with Uralkali, the paper added.

    Russia offered the stake along with a buyback agreement for exclusively supplying the produce back to India, the paper cited sources close to the development as saying. The new PSU will be a consortium of undertakings led by National Mineral Development Corporation with Rashtriya Chemical Fertiliser Krishak Bharti Cooperative, Fertiliser and Chemicals Travancore and National Fertiliser Ltd. The protocol between India and Russia could be one of the big ticket announcements made when Russian President Vladimir Putin visits India in December for the 15th annual bilateral summit.

    Acron is a global mineral fertiliser producer with a diversified product portfolio consisting of complex fertilisers such as NPK and bulk blends, and nitrogen fertilisers such as urea, ammonium nitrate and urea-ammonium nitrate.
    India is one of the world’s largest importers of potash. In the 2013-14 financial year, the country imported 3 million ones of the fertiliser.

    Earlier this year, Uralkali the world’s largest potash producer by output, agreed to supply 800,000 tonnes of the fertiliser to India between April 2014 and March 2015. Under Uralkali’s deal with Indian Potash Limited valued at $258 million, the Indian company is buying potash at $322 per tonne, around 25 percent less than what it paid in 2013.


    Prices started crashing last year with the advent of a Russian-Belarusian potash war, when Uralkali announced it was pulling out of a partnership with Belaruskali, and, in particular, terminating joint sales of fertilizer through the Belarusian Potash Company (BPC).
    Then the whole marketing strategy of Uralkali completely changed. Previously, the company exported fertilizer on the principle of “price before volume” and preferred to reduce production volumes rather than give consumers a discount. The Russian company then announced it would increase production capacity to 100 percent. Belarus even detained and arrested Uralkali Chief Executive Vladislav Baumgertner last year, before sending him back to Russia.

    http://in.rbth.com/economics/2014/10/09/india_to_establish_psu_to_buy_stake_in_russian_potash_firm_38907.html
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    Post  George1 Fri Oct 31, 2014 10:09 am

    Russia and India Discuss Cooperation on GLONASS Technologies
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    Post  Austin Sun Nov 09, 2014 6:14 am

    Some Big Projects could be signed between India and Russia , Read the Link

    Several new Indo-Russian projects to come under “strategic vision” agreement - Dmitry Rogozin

    IRIGC: Russia, India decide to “amicably” resolve outstanding issues
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    Post  sepheronx Sun Nov 09, 2014 6:15 am

    This free trade deal between India and Russia, soon to be implemented, will be a very smart move between these two countries.
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    Post  George1 Mon Nov 10, 2014 7:37 am

    Dmitry Rogozin: India is interested in joint production of Sukhoi SuperJet 100 and operation of MS-21
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    Russia and India discussed the possibility of starting joint production of short-haul Sukhoi SuperJet 100 aircraft, ITAR-TASS reports with reference to the statement made by Deputy Chairman of the Russian Government, Dmitry Rogozin, at the meeting of Russian-Indian intergovernmental commission on trade and economic, scientific-technical and cultural cooperation.

    “This refers to launching the production of Sukhoi SuperJet 100 in India, - he noted. – The jets manufactured here may be delivered to Indian market and third-party countries”.

    According to him, “India also showed interest in medium-haul MS-21 passenger aircraft”, which “meets the requirements of Indian market”, in terms of passenger capacity (180 seats) and range (up to 5000 km).

    Rogozin reminded that “maiden flight of MS-21 is scheduled for 2016 and its mass production will be started in 2017”.

    He added that Russia “sees potential in cooperation with India in the area of helicopters”. “We suggest using Ka-226 helicopters for both civil and military purposes”, - Rogozin said.

    According to him, Russia and India may also launch joint production of GLONASS satellite navigation system receiver modules.

    “We have considered the possibilities for cooperation in the area of space and agreed to hold additional meeting on the matter, - he added. – This refers to manned flights and projects connected with joint use of Russian satellite navigation system GLONASS, in particular, joint production of GLONASS receiver modules”.

    According to him, Russia thinks that the joint production of modules is possible, especially “if India agrees to implement ERA GLONASS system”. This system is intended for transport monitoring and alerting emergency response services in case of emergencies.

    Rogozin also called “joint production of electronic components” promising as well as bilateral “projects in the area of space instrumentation”. “I think that we will have the clear understanding of how to combine our space programs by the official visit of president Vladimir Putin to India scheduled for December or right after it”, - he said.

    Sushma Swaraj is the Indian Minister of External Affairs and the Co-Chairman of the intergovernmental commission. Dmitry Rogozin also met with Narendra Modi, Prime-Minister of India, in the network of his official visit to India.

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