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India, Indonesia share an enduring connection

In the book Masala Bumbu, Indians and Indonesians attempt to find avenues for a more robust and diversified relationship between the two countries.
Wednesday, October 14, 2015 - 05:50
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The meeting between Mr Modi (left) and Mr Joko during the East Asia Summit in Myanmar last November gave a new momentum to the India-Indonesia engagement.
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INDIA and Indonesia have been connected by ties of trade, travel, education and people-to-people exchanges for several centuries. The historical links between the two countries date back to the ninth century when the Majapahit, Sri Wijaya and Sanjaya kingdoms, which had their origins in India,

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