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India & Russia Ink Deal For 2 Units of Kudankulam Nuclear Plant

After Russia, Modi will head to France for the final leg of his four-nation tour.

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India and Russia concluded a much-awaited pact for setting up the last two units of the Kundankulam nuclear power plant with Moscow's help in Tamil Nadu after overcoming initial hurdles to finalise the strategic deal.

Talking at the CEOs forum, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that Russia has been by India’s side and even the business community helps bring both countries closer.

Normally, international relations see ups and downs but history is witness that Indo-Russia relations have not seen any ups and downs.

Modi also invited Russian companies to participate in India's defence sector.
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