BRICS S&T News

The Rio Times, 21 June 2019
The document was signed on Wednesday, June 19th, in Vienna during a visit of Minister Marcos Pontes to Austria. Read more...
News, 19 August 2019
If the country’s main science-funding agency doesn’t get more cash soon, young researchers will stop getting paid. Read more...
The Economic Time, 04 September 2019
The PM said that if this becomes a reality, India and Russia can “supply these weapons to third world countries at very low prices”. Modi added that New Delhi and Moscow “need to take advantage of this opportunity” Read more...
The Economic Time, 29 August 2019
The company presented Ansat helicopter with highly comfortable cabin in Aurus car brand style for the first time in the ongoing MAKS air show. Read more...
The Economic Time, 04 September 2019
Modi, in a dark bandhgala, and Putin were seen sitting together on the ship on the way to the shipyard. Read more...
The Hindu, 03 November 2019
The regional navigation satellite system can serve as an indigenous-GPS Read more...
Republic World, 21 September 2019
PM Modi is likely to sign agreements in many key areas that India and Brazil can cooperate during his visit to Brasilia in November for the BRICS Summit Read more...
Russia Beyond, 11 October 2019
In just a few years’ time, Beijing will be able to detect the launch of any missile within a radius of 6,000 km Read more...
The Indian Express, 12 September 2019
Images of NASA's Apollo mission and Mars Curiosity rover are circulating on social media claiming to be the lost Vikram Lander on the lunar surface. Read more...
ZD Net, 14 July 2019
EU's Galileo global navigation satellite system nears 100 hours of downtime. Read more...
Xinhua, 17 June 2019
s South Africa commemorated Youth Day on Sunday, youngsters here expressed their will to help promote cooperation within the BRICS countries (Brazil, Russia, India, China, South Africa) in many areas and consolidate multilateral relations. Read more...
The Diplomat, 24 May 2019
4 out of 5 BRICS countries participated in The Eurasia Society sponsored, “Doing Business with the BRICS” Conference in Washington, D.C. on May 15 at Africa House, the African Union’s Representational Mission to the United States. Read more...
Livemint, 1 April 2019
South African president Cyril Ramaphosa has promised a 69 billion rand ($4.86 billion) bailout for Eskom over the next three years and says the company will be split into three to make it more efficient, through the BRICS development bank Read more...
TASS Russia, 1 April 2019
Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov and Foreign Secretary of India Vijay Gokhale discussed cooperation at the BRICS venue and the problems of arms control, the Russian Foreign Ministry said in a statement. Read more...
Bloomberg, 20 March 2019
The Bank plans to lend as much as $780 million to Eskom Holdings SOC Ltd. for infrastructure projects this year as the ailing South African power utility battles to keep power supply steady. Read more...
Russian Times, 7 March 2019
The BRICS New Development Bank (NDB) will issue bonds in South Africa and commercial paper in US dollars in the first half of this year, according to the bank’s president, K.V. Kamath. Read more...
Valdai Club, 5 March 2019
The BRICS countries are creating a single payment system, BRICS Pay, as part of the drive to establish a common system for retail payments and transactions between the member countries. In the future, these countries plan to introduce a special cloud... Read more...
Daily Maverick, 27 February 2019
While the controversial $76-billion nuclear energy deal between South Africa and Russia is off the cards, the country — and by extension, the remaining BRICS nations — is still on Russia’s horizon when it comes to energy partnerships. Read more...
The Economic Times, 6 February 2019
In 2019, Brazil takes the rotating presidency of the Brics group, the club created in 2006 that also includes Russia, India, China and South Africa. the Brics have become nearly invisible in priority list of the government of president Jair Bolsonaro. Read more...
The Asian Age, 18 January 2019
The rise of populist, right-wing leaders across the world, raises questions about the groupings that India has assiduously helped to build in the past decade. Brics is one such grouping of five major emerging powers. What does its future hold... Read more...

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