Iran's bid at nuclear extortion will deepen its political & economic isolation: Pompeo
Following recent assertion by Tehran of its intention to resume uranium enrichment at its Fordow facility, the United States on Monday said it would withdraw its sanction waiver to Iran's facility.
Surplus-hit sugar mills eye exports
However, sugar millers from Maharashtra, the second largest producer of the sweetener, are not much inter...
J&K told to act against broadcast of ‘anti-India’ content
According to ministry officials, in the absence of internet, several religious chan...
Oil eases amid concern over US-China trade talks dragging on
Brent crude futures were down 20 cents, or 0.32 per cent, at $62.24.
US extends license for businesses to work with Huawei by 90 days
The extension, renewing one issued in August will allow carriers to continue to service customers in some of the most remote areas of the US.
Commodity outlook: Gold, silver outlook bearish; crude oil, zinc may rise
Spot Silver is expected to trade in a range of $16.65 - $17.00 range.
Oman provides India strategic depth in West Asia and Eastern African region
Prime Minister Narinder Modi’s visit to the Sultanate of Oman in 2018 initiated a new energy in bilateral relations with enhanced cooperation in trade and investment, energy, defence, security, food security and regional issues, according to Al Rawahi. Oman too has invested substantially in India.
Iran downgrades new oil find to just 22 bn barrels
President Hassan Rouhani on Sunday announced the discovery of a field containing 53 billion barrels of oil in the southwestern province of Khuzestan, saying it was a "small gift by the government to the people of Iran."
Iran's president says new oil field with 50 billion barrels found
The announcement by President Hassan Rouhani on Sunday would mean Iran's proven crude oil reserves would be boosted by a third. Right now, Iran says it has some 150 billion barrels of proven crude oil reserves. He said the discovered field was located in Iran's oil-rich Khuzestan province.
Iran downs unidentified drone near Gulf coast: Reports
The unmanned aircraft was downed over Iranian territory with a domestically manufactured Mersad surface-to-air missile.
Iran briefly held IAEA inspector, seized travel documents: Diplomats
The incident appears to be the first of its kind since Tehran's landmark deal with major powers was struck in 2015, imposing restrictions on Iran's nuclear activities in exchange for the lifting of international sanctions. It comes at a time of heightened frictions between Iran and the West, with Tehran breaching the deal's restrictions step-by-step.
India-Russia-China explore alternative to SWIFT payment mechanism
Russia’s financial messaging system SPFS will be linked with the Chinese cross-border interbank payment system CIPS. While India still does not have a domestic financial messaging system, it plans to link the Central Bank of Russia’s platform with a service that is under development, the persons cited earlier told ET.
Pakistan considering various legal options for review of Kulbhushan Jadhav's case: Army
The amended law will outline the procedure to seek redress in the civil courts against sentence by Army courts, the report said. In a major victory for India, the International Court of Justice (ICJ) on July 17 ruled that Pakistan must review the death sentence given to Jadhav.
Russia plans to deliver S-400 missile systems to India on schedule: Putin
"When it comes to S-400 deliveries, everything goes according to plan," President Putin told reporters on Thursday on the sidelines of the BRICS Summit. India announced its intention to acquire S-400 'Triumf' surface-to-air missile systems in 2015. The contract worth USD 5.43 billion was signed during the visit of President Putin to India last year.
Pakistan to amend Army Act to allow Jadhav appeal against conviction in civilian court
Pakistan is preparing to amend the Army Act to allow death-row convict Kulbhushan Jadhav the right to file an appeal against his conviction in a civilian court. Defence sources said that the Pakistan government was working on a draft to amend the Army Act to implement the International Court of Justice's July 17 verdict.
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