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Thursday, October 4, 2018

Prime Minister Narendra Modi is making a 8,000-crore contract with Russia - ViiralFest

Prime Minister Narendra Modi is making a 8,000-crore contract with HAL today...

                  Russia is one of the most favorable countries in India. Russia has been a friend of India for decades. Even after Narendra Modi took over as prime minister, there was no kind of blunder with Russia. Friendship between Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Russian President Vladimir Putin is further strengthening the diplomatic relations between the two countries.

                 Russia's President Vladimir Putin is currently touring India. Putin, who will come to India tomorrow, will hold bilateral talks with Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Meanwhile, several important agreements will be signed. Both countries will sign a deal to buy the most advanced equipment that can revolutionize the Indian Army.

Narendra Modi and Vladmir Putin
                    In the meantime, India will sign a significant agreement with India and Russia. The Government of India is planning to purchase the 'S400 Triumph' air defense system at a cost of Rs 36,000 crore from Russia to dismantle US blockade threats. Tomorrow Russia President Vladimir Putin will arrive in India and both sides will sign the S- 400 Triumph at the same time. Its value is over Rs 40,000 crore.
S400 Triumph missile
                The US will sign the mega deal with Russia, ignoring the alert. It is interesting to note that India, which has been focused on its own diplomacy, is now a dope caretaker for US threats. Meanwhile, Modi will sign another significant deal with Putin. The agreement will be signed for the production of Russian 200 Copper at HAL at Bangalore at a cost of Rs 7,300 crore. At a cost of Rs 14,000 crore, the deal will be signed for INS Chakra, a nuclear fuel-powered submarine. Along with Rs 14,000 crore for the Indian Navy, will be signed for the purchase of cruise-grade light vessels. 

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