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    A record 24 bilateral inter-government agreements worth 10 billion dollars were signed by India and China on Friday.

    On May 15, India and China signed a record 24 inter-government agreements worth 10 billion dollars; the agreements pertain to bolstering bilateral education, railroad and maritime cooperation, media reports said.

    Other key deals include those related to developing the two countries' tourism, space and mineral resources sectors.

    The agreements were inked during Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi's ongoing visit to China. The signing ceremony was attended by Modi and China's Prime Minister Li Keqiang.

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