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India-Russia defence deals set will cross $16 bn, will include S-400 systems & rifles

India and Russia signed 14 memorandums of understanding (MoUs) during the recent Defexpo 2020 in Lucknow that covered development and production of land, air and naval systems and hi-tech civilian products. It also included defence deals between the two countries which is set to cross $16 billion mark. The deal will include a supply of S-400 air defence systems and production of Kalashnikov rifles and Kamov helicopters. India has plans to buy 200 Ka-226 helicopters from Russia and as per reports, India made the first payment of $850 million last year for the $5.4-billion deal for five S-400 systems through a special mechanism worked out by the two sides. Src:

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British MP Debbie Abrahams who leads Kashmir group denied entry into India

British MP Debbie Abrahams claimed on her Twitter that she was denied entry into India and had her e-visa canceled. The Indian officials to this said Abraham was not in possession of a valid visa to visit India and entry into the country was therefore denied, it was also stated that her e-visa was canceled and she was informed regarding the decision in advance, therefore she had to return back after landing in India. Src:

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