Putin on India visit
Prime Minister Narendra Modi expressed confidence that Putin's visit will take the bilateral relations to "newer heights."
Putin on India visit
"Times have changed, our friendship has not. now we want to take this relation to the next level and this visit is a step in that direction," Modi wrote on Twitter.
Putin on India visit
Russian President Vladimir Putin also lit a lamp in the presence of Narendra Modi and Sonam Kapoor.
Putin on India visit
Aiming to make the country a diamond hub, Prime Minister Narendra Modi today invited Russia’s mining companies like Alrosa to do business directly with India and asked Russian President Vladimir Putin to ease regulations to boost bilateral trade in this
Putin on India visit
In order to expand manufacturing sector and create more jobs here, Modi asked Putin to ease regulations and encourage Russian jewellers to process rough diamonds in India and allow duty-free re-import of the polished diamonds.
Putin on India visit
Russia is the world’s largest diamond producer, while India is the world’s biggest centre for cutting and polishing of rough diamonds. India exports cut and polished diamonds worth USD 20 billion in a year.
Putin on India visit
Inaugurating the World Diamond Conference jointly with Putin here, Modi said: “I have made three proposals to President Putin. First, I would like Alrosa to have direct long-term contracts with more Indian companies. I am pleased to know that they are m
Putin on India visit
Alrosa, the Russian Group of diamond mining firms, today signed separate contracts with 12 Indian companies to supply diamonds worth USD 2.1 billion over the next three years.
Putin on India visit
“While most of rough diamonds from Russia come to India, less than 20 per cent come directly to India. I want major diamond mining companies to sell directly to Indian diamond industry. It will be good for them and for India,” he said.
Putin on India visit
“While most of rough diamonds from Russia come to India, less than 20 per cent come directly to India. I want major diamond mining companies to sell directly to Indian diamond industry. It will be good for them and for India,” he said.
Putin on India visit
Stating that India has the world's largest diamond exchange, Modi called upon Russian companies to trade directly on the Indian bourse.
Putin on India visit
“We have decided to create a Special Notified Zone, in which major mining companies can import rough diamonds on a consignment basis and re-export unsold ones. This is going to benefit the Indian diamond industry and create more jobs for our youth,” h
Putin on India visit
Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee was also greeted by representatives of the Indian Community at Kremlin in Moscow on November 7, 2001.
Putin on India visit
Narendra Modi also accompanied Atal Bihari Vajpayee during his trip to Russia at Kremlin in Moscow on November 7, 2001.