Indian President APJ Abdul Kalam has left Burma after concluding a visit in which he sealed deals on natural gas, satellite imaging and religious studies.
Officials signed the deals Thursday following talks between the Indian president and Burma's ruling military government.
The Indian president's visit to Burma began Wednesday and is the first trip to Burma by an Indian head of state.
Mr. Kalam is going to Mauritius for two days before returning home.
Information for this report is provided by AFP.