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8516590-russiaBy NewsGram Staff Writer

Kolkata: Green tech, super-computing and big data are stated to be some of the current thrust areas in the knowledge exchange between India and Russia.

Ashutosh Sharma, secretary of department of science and technology, revealed that apart from student exchanges which form an essential component of bilateral cooperation in the scientific field between the two countries, industrial component is also present in collaborations.

“There is a general co-operation in the form of student exchanges, scientific collaborations and bringing in some technology from there (Russia) to here (India); so there’s an industrial component in the joint collaborative projects.”

Further, Sharma told media persons on the side-line of the 60th anniversary celebrations of National Atlas and Thematic Mapping Organisation (NATMO), “Energy needs, green technologies, super-computing and big data are the thrust areas under a new agreement.”

He added that as many as 70 super-computers will be installed in India in phases in five to seven years as part of the Rs 4,500-crore National Super-computing Mission which is being jointly handled by the departments of science and technology and electronics and information technology.

 

(With inputs from IANS)

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Russian Prez greets Indian PM and President on Republic Day

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New Delhi: Russian President Vladimir Putin has appreciated the privileged strategic partnership between India and Russia while greeting President Pranab Mukherjee and Prime Minister Narendra Modi on the country’s 67th Republic Day.

In a letter addressed to President Mukherjee and Prime Minister Modi.

Accept my cordial greetings on the occasion of the Republic Day. India enjoys well-deserved authority in the world arena, plays an important role in solving pressing international and regional issues, possesses mighty economic potential and rich cultural heritage,

The Russian president also pitched for deeper bilateral cooperation with India.

We highly appreciate the relations of special and privileged strategic partnership between Russia and India.

 

I am sure that the further build-up of fruitful bilateral cooperation in different areas, constructive interaction in various international formats corresponds to our common interests and goes in line with ensuring stability and security in Asia and the entire world,

From the bottom of my heart I wish good health and success to you, well-being and prosperity – to the friendly people of India,” he added.

(Inputs from IANS)

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