Messages claiming Iran nuclear site fire deepen mystery
The multiple, different claims by a self-described group called the “Cheetahs of the Homeland” included language used by several exiled Iranian opposition organizations, as well as focused almost entirely on Iran's nuclear program, viewed by Israel as a danger to its very existence.
Indian Navy repatriates over 600 Indians from Iran
External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar said of the 687 persons who arrived here today, 651...
Iran issues arrest warrant for Donald Trump, asks Interpol to help
Iran has issued an arrest warrant and asked Interpol for help in detaining...
Iran trade: Stakeholders explore non-oil avenue to boost fund flow
Under the India-Iran trade deal, local oil refiners used to import crude oil from the middle east nation and make payments to the designated rupee-account at Uco and IDBI. This was till the time crude oil was in the exempted list of US sanctions. These banks, in turn, use that fund to settle payment to exporters.
HSBC denies reports that it 'fabricated evidence' on Huawei which led to the arrest of its chief financial officer
The HSBC statement comes a day after Chinese state media, including the communist party mouthpiece People's Daily, published reports accusing HSBC of lying about Huawei during an investigation by the US department of justice.
Resisted US pressure on Chabahar: India
In a media interaction in Tehran recently, Indian envoy to Iran Gaddam Dharmendra said that in just one year, Chabahar has seen traffic of 6000 TEU and over a million tons of “bulk cargo”, that is rice, wheat, sugar, etc for both Iran and Afghanistan. But the port is still in its development phase, he said. “We’re working on Chabahar, we’re buying equipment for Chabahar, we’re preparing for Chabahar,” he said.
UAE begins start up operations at its first nuclear power plant
The United Arab Emirates has begun start up operations in the first unit of the Barakah nuclear power plant, Dubai's ruler said on Twitter on Saturday.
ET Analysis: At Ayodhya, PM Modi conveys message of moving on from Babri demolition
Though Modi said several attempts had been made in the past to finish the “Astitva (relevance)” of Lord Ram in the past and even structures (read temples) were razed in the process, he did not dwell further on the issue.
Indian Navy to evacuate Indian citizens from Iran
Under the next phase of the navy’s Operation “Samudra Setu”, the navy will evacuate more than 200 Indian citizens from Iran. “Indian Naval Ship Shardul will evacuate Indian citizens on June 8 from the port of Bandar Abbas, Islamic Republic of Iran, to Porbandar, Gujarat,” the navy said in a statement.
Hassan Rouhani says 25 million Iranians infected with COVID-19
The figures, which Rouhani said were based on a new Health Ministry report, are far higher Iran's official toll of 269,440 infected. Rouhani in a televised speech did not address the discrepancy.
Huawei lawyers claim Trump created 'ominous' climate for extradition of CFO Meng to US: Documents
The applications are based in part on what Meng's lawyers allege was a destruction of the integrity of the judicial process by United States President Donald Trump and other senior members of the administration by their intention to use Meng "as a bargaining chip in a trade dispute."
Amid US tension, Iran builds fake aircraft carrier to attack
The faux foe, seen in satellite photographs obtained Tuesday by The Associated Press, resembles the Nimitz-class carriers that the U.S. Navy routinely sails into the Persian Gulf from the Strait of Hormuz, its narrow mouth where 20% of all the world's oil passes through.
Iran to execute man who allegedly spied on US-slain general
Judiciary spokesman Gholamhossein Esmaili offered little information about the convicted man, beyond giving his name as Mahmoud Mousavi Majd.
Indian Navy ship reaches Iran to bring back stranded Indians to Gujarat
"Earlier, Naval ships Jalashwa and Magar had evacuated 2,874 Indians from Maldives and Sri Lanka and brought them to Kochi and Tuticorin ports," said Puneet Chadha, Defence PRO for Gujarat.
Turmeric's domestic and export demand rising
India is the world's largest producer of turmeric and produces 70-75% of world's total production.