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20 Indian flights affected by decision to avoid parts of Iran airspace: Govt
Aviation regulator Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) said on June 22 that Indian airlines have decided to avoid the 'affected part of the Iranian airspace' and reroute their flight 'suitably'.
Brent crude may fall towards $60 level if Iran-US tensions ease
Iranian oil exports remain at historic lows as Tehran is shunned by global re...
RQ-4A Global Hawk: The $220 mn drone that waged a war, almost
Last week, Iran shot down a United States UAV over the Strait of Hormuz.
Rising Iran-US tension revives India’s oil worry
So far, oil and fuel prices have remained in the comfort zone, moving in a narrow band.
UAE assures supply of oil, LPG to India despite tanker attacks: Pradhan
Dharmendra Pradhan said he discussed collaboration between India and the UAE during a telephone conversation with Jaber.
Saudi crown prince expects Aramco IPO in 2020-2021
“We are committed to the Aramco IPO, given the proper circumstances and the right time"
India joins Indian Ocean Commission as observer bolstering Indo-Pacific vision
This move has strategic importance as the Commission is an important regional institution in the Western Indian Ocean. It facilitates collective engagement with the islands in Western Indian Ocean that are becoming strategically significant. It boosts cooperation with France that has strong presence in the Western Indian Ocean.
Trump-Tehran's tussle decoded: How a share over oil spoils almost led to full-blown war
The genesis of the turmoil that lead to the recent killing of Iran's top military general Qassem Soleimani goes back to 1980 when the British founded the Anglo-Persian Oil Company to tap into Persia's oil reserves.
China planning 10 aircraft carriers, we need at least 3: Navy Chief
The navy chief’s comments come as a formal proposal to start work on the third aircraft carrier have not found favour with the defence ministry.
Saudi Arabia against war with Iran, vows strong response
Last week, several ships, including two Saudi vessels, were sabotaged off the coast of the United Arab Emirates.
Toast to coast: Why the historic town of Khorfakkan is a haven for adventure lovers
With a tiny population of 4,000, and none of the tangible trappings of sheikhdom, it offers a blissful antidote to the UAE’s more commercial pleasures.
View: Countering terrorism depends on tackling China
India’s failure stems from its myopic understanding of the border threat that caused it to segregate threats emanating from China and Pakistan.
China's 'belt and road' gains momentum from Kunming to Mombasa
The program isn’t without controversy: debt risk is rising, an influx of Chinese workers has fueled tension with locals, and there are worries about China’s dominance in the region.
US military official: Iran naval forces halt 'provocations'
According to Navy Cmdr. William Urban, spokesman for U.S. Naval Forces Central Command, there have been no "unsafe and unprofessional" actions by Iranian naval forces in the Gulf since August 2017.