Manmohan in Moscow
Dec 7, 2009
Prime Minister Manmohan left for Moscow on a three-day visit to Russia on Dec. 6, 2009, during which he signed a broad-based agreement in the civil nuclear field. Some snapshots from the Prime Minister's sixth visit to Russia.
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On Saturday a 7.9 magnitude strong earthquake struck Nepal which devastated important historic places. India and some neighbouring countries were also affected. Relief materials from India and other countries were sent to Nepal.