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  • Armenian-Indian relations

    This topic should have been made a time ago, as the Armenian-Indian relationships are developing day by day, they have become one of our allies in all kinds of spheres, be it political, cultural or economical, the Indian people support the Armenians. Their influence on the world will become greater the coming decades and they are heading to become a world-power by itself, I foresee a great future between Armenian-Indian relations.

    Last edited by Tigranakert; 08-09-2010, 07:42 AM.

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    Re: Armenian-Indian relations

    India demanded Armenia’s participation in Istanbul business forum

    August 09, 2010 | 13:47

    The Armenian delegation is expected to participate in the business forum organized in Istanbul by Foreign Economic Relations Board and Trade (Turkey) and the Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce & Industry.

    According to the Turkish Zaman, the Indian side demanded that Turkey invite Armenian companies, too. The Turkish side agreed to the proposal. Five Armenian companies from the spheres of international cargo, certification, agriculture, as well as science and technology will participate in the business forum (August 24-25 in Istanbul) along with other 11 countries.


    • #3
      Re: Armenian-Indian relations

      India to Finance Film About Armenian Genocide
      Jun 1st, 2010 | Category: Arts and Culture

      India to Finance Film About Armenian GenocideYEREVAN (PanARMENIAN.Net), June 1–Director of Armenia’s National Cinema Center Gevorg Gevorgyan said that India displayed interest towards the creation of a feature film on the Armenian Genocide by 2015.

      According to Gevorgyan, Prokash Sharma independent production center expressed readiness to invest unlimited funds if the Armenian side submits a completed script, as the film should comply with the world standards to secure wide distribution.

      “Albert Mkrtchyan is collecting materials for the film. Supposedly, he will become the film’s director. However, the film may have several directors. We also invited foreign scriptwriters,” Gevorkyan stressed.


      • #4
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        India to send Param supercomputer to Yerevan

        Yerevan /Mediamax/. The Centre for Development of Advanced Computing (C-DAC) and the Ministry of External Affairs have signed an agreement to set up of India-Armenia centre of excellence in Yerevan.

        Mediamax reports referring “The Times of India” that the centre includes deployment of Param supercomputer for collaborative research in the areas of computational fluid dynamics, bioinformatics, weather forecasting and evolutionary computing by scientists, researchers and academic users and training to nearly 1,000 IT professionals every year. This centre is proposed to be a major facility for the development of human resources in IT not only in Armenia but also in the entire Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) region.

        The Centre of Excellence will have the state-of-the-art data centre with HPC (High-Performance Computing) infrastructure, hi-tech computer labs and lecture theatres, e-learning with video conferencing facility and a rich library.

        C-DAC is a research community of the IT Department of the Government of India and deals with research and elaboration of new products in the sphere of technologies for creating program support.

        Armenian-Indian IT Center to open in autumn in Yerevan

        February 11, 2010 - 17:50 AMT 13:50 GMT

        PanARMENIAN.Net - Armenian-Indian Information Technology Center will open in autumn, 2010 in Yerevan. As Vache Kirakosyan , head of High Tech and IT department at theArmenian Ministry of Economy told PanARMENIAN.Net an educational center will be located on the territory of Yerevan State University. The Government has also allocated funds to repair the facilities. The operation of the new center will be financed by the Government of India. The program costs USD 1.5 million. The Center will focus on retraining and certification of IT specialists. "Both Indian professionals and educators from Armenia, trained in India will teach in the new center." This will be a modern educational center, both in terms of equipment, and training programs, " Vache Kirakosyan said.
        Last edited by Tigranakert; 08-09-2010, 07:40 AM.


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          UN resolution: India 'upset' Baku
          March 15, 2008 - 14:52 AMT 10:52 GMT

          PanARMENIAN.Net - "The Azerbaijani Embassy had been carrying out strenuous work to dissuade India from voting against the resolution on Nagorno Karabakh, or, at least, abstain, Azeri Ambassador to India Tamerlan Karayev said.

          "However, this country did not lend an ear to our arguments," he said.

          "We were cherishing plans for cooperation. Unfortunately, India spoiled everything. Presently, the Azerbaijani Embassy in Delhi is waiting for MFA instructions. Afterwards, the official position of Baku will be brought to notion of the Indian side," he said.

          "This move upset us and it will certainly affect the Azerbaijani-Indian relations," he said, reports.

          On 14 March, with 39 votes in favor, 7 against and 100 abstentions the UN General Assembly adopted a resolution on Nagorno Karabakh, in which Azerbaijan called for the immediate, complete and unconditional withdrawal of Armenian forces "from all the occupied territories of the Republic of Azerbaijan."

          In favor: Afghanistan, Azerbaijan, Bahrain, Bangladesh, Brunei Darussalam, Cambodia, Colombia, Comoros, Djibouti, Gambia, Georgia, Indonesia, Iraq, Jordan, Kuwait, Libya, Malaysia, Maldives, Moldova, Morocco, Myanmar, Niger, Nigeria, Oman, Pakistan, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Senegal, Serbia, Sierra Leone, Somalia, Sudan, Turkey, Tuvalu, Uganda, Ukraine, United Arab Emirates, Uzbekistan, Yemen.

          Against: Angola, Armenia, France, India, Russian Federation, United States, Vanuatu.


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            Armenian IT professionals to participate in 6-month master training courses in India
            May 22, 2010 - 17:17 AMT 12:17 GMT

            PanARMENIAN.Net - Enterprise Incubator Foundation (EIF), Ministry of Economy of RA and the Government of India represented by the Center for Development of Advanced Computing (C-DAC) announce 6- month master training courses for Armenian professionals to be held in India in August, 2010 -January 2011.

            Courses are organized in the framework of Armenia-India Center of Excellence to be established in Armenia and launched in mid 2010.

            Application deadline is 31 May, 2010. Selection of best 5 candidates will be made jointly by Armenian and Indian parties.

            On completion of courses and upon return to Armenia the trainees will be involved in delivering of training courses at the Armenia-India Center of Excellence, EIF press service told PanARMENIAN.Net


            • #7
              Re: Armenian-Indian relations

              India is a great ally because Turkey and Azerbaijan are close allies to Pakistan, so they don't give a xxxx what they think. And of course India is a rising superpower with a billion people.
              You should never argue with idiots because they will just drag you down to their level....then beat you with experience!!!!!!!

              "I disagree with what you say, but I will defend to the death your right to say it" Voltaire


              • #8
                Re: Armenian-Indian relations

                Հնդկաստանից մոտ 2 տոննա ՏՏ ոլորտի վերաբերյալ գրքեր է ուղարկվել Հայաստան
                Օգոստոս 19, 2010 | 20:24

                2011 թվականին Հայաստանում նախատեսվում է բացել Հայ-հնդկական «Գերազանցության կենտրոն», որի համար արդեն իսկ հնդկական կողմը Հայաստանին է տրամադրել մոտ 2 տոննա տեղեկատվական տեխնոլոգիաների ոլորտին վերաբերող գրքեր։ Այս մասին Ինովացիայի թղթակցի հետ հարցազրույցում ասաց «Ձեռնարկությունների ինկուբատոր հիմնադրամ»-ի տնօրեն Բագրատ Ենգիբարյանը՝ ավելացնելով, որ գրքերից բացի հնդկական կողմը հայ- հնդկական «Գերազանցության կենտրոն»-ի համար նախատեսում է Հայաստան ուղարկել սարքավորումներ, որոնք Հայաստան կհասնեն նոյեմբերին, իսկ ընդհանուր առմամբ, ամբողջ ծրագրի իրականցման համար հնդկական կողմը կծախսի 2 մլն դոլար։

                Ենգիբարյանի խոսքով՝ հայ-հնդկական «Գերազանցության կենտրոն»-ում իրականացվելու է ոչ միայն մասնագետների սերտիֆիկացման գործընթաց, այլեւ ՏՏ ոլորտի վերաբերյալ ուսումնական դասընթացներ՝ ոչ միայն ուսանողների, այլեւ ՏՏ մասնագետների համար՝ նեղ մասնագիտականից մինչեւ ծրագրի ղեկավար։

                «Այժմ կենտրոնի ապագա դասախոսները վերապատրաստում են անցնում Հնդկաստանում, եւ շուտով Հայաստան կվերադառնա Հնդկաստան մեկնած ՏՏ ոլորտի հայ մասնագետների առաջին խումբը, իսկ երկրորդ խումբը կմեկնի Հնդկաստան վերապատրաստումների օգոստոսի 22-ին»,-ասաց Ենգիբարյանը՝ նշելով, որ բացի հայ մասնագետներից հայ-հնդկական կենտրոնում դասավանդելու են նաեւ հնդիկ մասնագետներ։

                Ենգիբարյանի խոսքով՝ ուսուցումը կենտրոնում ուսանողների համար լինելու է անվճար կամ սիմվոլիկ գումարով, իսկ ՏՏ ընկերությունների մասնագետների համար մասնագիտացված դասավանդումը կլինի վճարովի։

                Ենգիբարյանի տեղեկացմամբ, արդեն իսկ Երեւանի պետական համալսարանի տարածքում ընթանում են հայ-հնդկական «Գերազանցության կենտրոն»-ի շինարարական աշխատանքերը, որոնք սակայն կավարտվեն 2011թվականին, իսկ մինչ այդ ուսուցումը եւ կենտրոնի աշխատանքները տեղի կունենան հայաստանյան չորս ԲՈՒՀ-երի ութ տարբեր լաբորատորիաներում։

                Տեղեկացնենք, որ Երեւանում «Հայ-հնդկական տեղեկատվական եւ հեռահաղորդության տեխնոլոգիաների ուսումնական կենտրոն» ստեղծման աշխատանաքներն իրականացվում են Հայաստանի եւ Հնդկաստանի կառավարությունների միջեւ կնքված համաձայնագրի շրջանակում, որը կոչված է խորացնել երկկողմ համագործակցությունը տեղեկատվական եւ հեռահաղորդակցման տեխնոլոգիաների ոլորտում: Նշենք, որ աշխատանքները Հայաստանից համակարգում է «Ձեռնարկությունների ինկուբատոր հիմնադրամ»-ը, իսկ Հնդկաստանից` «Հաշվողական առաջատար մշակումների կենտրոն»-ը:
                It's All About ARMENIA



                • #9
                  Re: Armenian-Indian relations

                  Originally posted by KarotheGreat View Post
                  India is a great ally because Turkey and Azerbaijan are close allies to Pakistan, so they don't give a xxxx what they think. And of course India is a rising superpower with a billion people.
                  Agree. Armenia needs to expand relations in all spheres with India. India is a growing power with a lot to offer. Furthermore, we are both enemies of Pakistan.
                  General Antranik (1865-1927): “I am not a nationalist. I recognize only one nation, the nation of the oppressed.”


                  • #10
                    Re: Armenian-Indian relations

                    Originally posted by Joseph View Post
                    Agree. Armenia needs to expand relations in all spheres with India. India is a growing power with a lot to offer. Furthermore, we are both enemies of Pakistan.
                    Most Pakestanis have openly admitted that they would gladly pickup arms and help Turks/Azeris destroy Armenians (actually to my face).....the connection is mostly due to Muslim brotherhood than anything else.
                    B0zkurt Hunter