STRAIT OF HORMUZ
Delhi, Riyadh to work together on securing Indian Ocean and Gulf regions
India will hold its first joint naval exercise with Saudi Arabia in December 2019-January 2020 - notwithstanding tension in and around the Persian Gulf region.
View: African islands in the Indian Ocean- Looking beyond Delhi’s strategic blindness
The western Indian Ocean continues to remain at the per...
Iran not disappointed with India for not importing oil from Tehran: Jaishankar
The US re-imposed sanctions on Iran last November, after Trump...
British oil tanker seized by Iran reaches Dubai port
Erik Hanell, the CEO of Stena Bulk, the Swedish firm that operates the vessel, had said that the crew members onboard the vessel are "safe and in high spirits" following their release by Iran.
Oil strategy: Attack on Saudi oil plant is what everyone feared
Traders who have shrugged off tensions in Middle East to respond when markets open on Monday.
India faces biggest impact of tensions in Strait of Hormuz: IEA
India is concerned about tension in West Asia because the country depends on imports for 80% of the oil it consumes.
Supply disruption at Strait of Hormuz to hit India most: Fatih Birol
Falling oil demand growth and increasing supply to keep prices under control
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.
Indian Navy escorts crude oil carriers transiting through Strait of Hormuz
Officials explained that naval teams have boarded Indian oil carriers and are escorting them out of the region. So far, five such tankers have been escorted out.
India, Iran in talks to free 18 Indians on board seized British oil tanker
Reports say 18 crew members are Indian on board the tanker.
Watch: Pictures of 18 Indian sailors onboard a ship detained in Iran
External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar on Monday said the Indian embassy in Tehran is in "constant contact" with the Iranian authorities for...
India in touch with Iran to secure release of Indians on board seized British ship
Sources in New Delhi confirmed that 18 Indians were among the people on board the oil tanker, Stena Impero.
US to increase surveillance in Middle East waterways
The effort, christened as Operation Sentinel, comes a day after the US said it destroyed an Iranian drone in the Strait of Hormuz after it came within threatening range. Iran has denied that its drones have been downed.
18 Indians aboard British-flagged oil tanker seized by Iran
The company also said that the vessel is no longer under the control of the crew and remain uncontactable, reported CNN.
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