TEHRAN (Reuters) - Iran has temporarily cut its oil export to India by 90,000 barrel per day (bpd) because of technical problems in that country's oil terminals, the semi-official Mehr news agency reported on Wednesday. "Iran has no intention to cut its oil export to India ... and this 90,000 bpd oil export cut is a temporary measure due to technical problems in India's terminals," Mehr said, without giving a source. The report said India compensated the cut from other oil sellers. "India has signed a contract with one of the Persian Gulf countries in order to compensate the loss of 90,000 (bpd) Iranian crude export," the report said.