Saudi Arabia's best bet is to crash the price of oil
Instead of supporting oil prices, the kingdom’s output cuts are propping up higher-cost rivals.
These 20 countries will dominate global growth in 2024
Weaker global growth, expected to fall to 3% this year and the slowest since global fi...
Saudi Arabia plans bumper Aramco IPO, relying on easy loans and rich locals
If the state raises more than $25 billion, it would be the world'...
Maiden India, Saudi Arabia Strategic Partnership Council on cards during Modi's Riyadh visit
An MoU to establish the council is expected to be signed during Prime Minister Modi’s visit. It will comprise the foreign and commerce and industry ministers from both countries. The first Strategic Partnership Council will be held in Riyadh.
India-UAE partnership on labour issues could be role model for Asia
In a regional consultative process between India-UAE, the platform witnessed wide ranging discussions on contractual labour mobility, regional cooperation and sharing of best experiences and learning from one another's experience.
Qatar rules out war between US and Iran
Khalid bin Mohammed al-Attiya, Qatar's defence minister ruled out the possibility of a war between the US and Iran even as tensions rose in the Gulf following attacks on oil tankers. Qatar is an American ally but also has good relations with Iran.
Any attempt by India to divert water flow would be considered 'act of aggression': Pakistan
Foreign Office spokesperson Mohammad Faisal in a media briefing made a remark that Pakistan have "exclusive rights" over three Western rivers. His remarks came after PM Modi reportedly said that his govt would stop the water flowing to Pakistan.
US carried out secret cyber strike on Iran in wake of Saudi oil attack, officials say
A Reuters report revealed that the Donald Trump administration authorised a cyber attack on Iran in wake of September 14 attacks on Saudi Arabia's oil facilities, thus countering Iranian aggression without spiraling into a broader military conflict.
35 foreigners dead in Saudi bus crash: State media
The accident on Wednesday involved a collision between "a private chartered bus... with a heavy vehicle (loader), in Al-Akhal Center in Madinah area.
U.S. 'deeply concerned' about untrackable China ships carrying Iran oil: Officials
US expressed concern over Chinese shipping cos turning off their ship transponders with an intention to hide oil shipments from Iran which a direct violation of US sanctions. China is the largest remaining buyer of Iranian oil after sanctions.
India urges against more output cuts; Opec won’t let slump recur
Opec has said that it will do whatever is possible to ensure that stability in oil production is sustained. India is a key consumer and has urged Opec members to avoid output cuts. Oil prices have come down $10 per barrel from a month ago.
Praful Patel claims no financial dealings with Hajrah Memon
Patel claimed that Mohammad on April 4 1980 then gave assigned all the rights of the land to Hajra Iqbal Memon and the latter even paid Rs 7 lakh to the Bombay High Court which Mohammad was supposed to pay.
Imran Khan visits Tehran on mission to 'facilitate' Iran-Saudi talks
Khan landed in Tehran around midday and met with President Hassan Rouhani at the presidential palace.
US lists rise of China as challenge before India; wants free flow of goods, capital, data
Trade between the US and India in 2018 touched USD 142 billion but the economic partnership is yet to realise its full potential.
Pullback leaves Green Berets feeling ‘ashamed,’ and Kurdish allies describing ‘betrayal’
But now, with the White House revoking protection for these Kurdish fighters, some of the Special Forces officers who battled alongside the Kurds say they feel deep remorse at orders to abandon their allies.
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