Some 2,500-year-old advice on how to face Iran
Trump’s “maximum pressure” campaign has weakened the Islamic Republic and hobbled its economy.
India, Iran explore Tehran visit by Foreign Minister Jaishankar
India and Iran has decided to hold a Joint Commission Meeting at the level of...
Iran: Hassan Rouhani and Donald Trump won't be Meeting at UN
Iran said on Monday President Hassan Rouhani will not meet with US President Don...
India, Iran review progress on full operationalisation of Chabahar port
India is participating in the development of the first phase of the Shahid Behesti Port in Chabahar in cooperation with Iran.
China opposes action against Iran after attacks on Saudi oil fields
Iran has denied involvement in the air attacks, which were claimed by Iran-aligned Houthi rebels in Yemen.
US confronts Iran but dialogue looks possible
The latest Iranian statement may reflect caution after rejection of the nuclear accord signed earlier. It doesn’t close the door.
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 Treasury Secretary holds talks with RBI Governor over economy, regulatory developments
The two discussed "global and domestic macro-economic scenario in both countries and regulatory developments", according to an official statement from the central bank. Mnuchin, who is reportedly on a tour to build support against Iran over the country's nuclear programme, was accompanied by US Ambassador to India and Consul General in Mumbai David J Ranz, it said.
Basmati paddy price slides in India due to tepid global demand, higher output
India is the largest exporter of basmati rice and its price is a function of global trade. A decline of 10% in price was recorded in the first five months of the current financial year. During the period, the country exported 1.66 million tonnes of basmati compared with 1.85 million tonnes in the same period last year.
Israeli PM's party support is key to his political survival
Netanyahu is determined to fight the charges from the prime minister's office in what promises to be a lengthy court battle.
Emirates jet swap opens door to Boeing 787 deal in Dubai
Emirates will receive its first Dreamliner in 2023, around the time the airline expects to resume expansion which has recently slowed as passenger demand shrinks. "We want to introduce it on to some of the thinner routes where the 787 comes on to its own both on the medium and long-haul operations," Emirates President Tim Clark said.
View: Opec+ is on track to hibernate
Opec+ will risk a period of price weakness that they believe will be short-lived.
Iran agreed to buy OVL gas but US sanctions stalled talks
Any company investing in the Iranian oil field will attract US sanctions, crippling its ability to access the international financial system.
Teenager Aishwary Pratap Singh Tomar secures India's record 13th Olympic quota in shooting
The 18-year-old Tomar shot 449.1 in the eight-man final to finish third on the podium behind gold medallist Kim Jonghyun (459.9) of Korea and Chinese Zhonghao Zhao (459.1) at the Lusail Shooting Complex. He had sailed through to the finals of the event with a 1168 score in the 120-shot qualifying. There were three quotas on offer in the event.
Escalation in Gaza after Israel kills militant chief
The military said more than 250 rockets have been fired at Israeli communities since the violence erupted following an Israeli airstrike that killed a senior Islamic Jihad commander accused of being the mastermind of recent attacks.
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