STRAIT OF HORMUZ
'Time to take out our swords': Inside Iran's plot to attack Saudi Arabia
This account, described to Reuters by three officials familiar with the meetings and a fourth close to Iran's decision making, is the first to describe the role of Iran's leaders in plotting the Sept. 14 attack on Saudi Aramco, Saudi Arabia's state-controlled oil company.
$60 billion investment coming in gas infrastructure: Dharmendra Pradhan
Natural gas currently constitutes 6.2 per cent of all energy consumpt...
Iran gives final green light for British-flagged tanker to leave
But a legal case "remains open", foreign ministry spokesman Abbas Mousavi sa...
Malaysian PM's India visit: A deeper meaning behind the MoUs
Malaysian Prime Minister's six-day official visit to India focused on the close political and economic ties between the two nations.
Japan aid for Aghanistan's Chabahar access
India, Iran and Afghanistan signed a trilateral agreement last year in May for establishing transport and transit corridors for the strategically located port in Iran.
Modi government's high-voltage diplomacy: India bridging gap with West Asia
India's interests in the region are evident, spanning opportunities in energy, trade and diaspora to challenges of terrorism and radicalization, etc.
How a Persian Gulf conflict could impact commodities markets
Oil could jump to $100 a barrel or higher immediately after a war breaking out.
India to sign contract on Chabahar port during PM Narendra Modi's Iran visit
India will sign a contract to develop Phase-1 of Iran's Chabahar port during Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit to the Persian Gulf nation on May 22-23.
India, Iran to combat terror; ink Chabahar, 11 other pacts
India and Iran today pledged to combat terrorism and radicalism as the two nations signed 12 agreements including, pact on developing Chabahar port.
UK 'deeply concerned' over Iran's seizure of oil tanker
Iran's state-run IRNA news agency said the tanker was seized after it collided with a fishing boat and failed to respond to calls from the smaller craft.
In 2014 US challenged maritime claims of 18 nations including India
Dismissing allegations that it is singling out China in maritime disputes, the US today said in the last one year it has challenged the maritime territorial claims of 18 countries including some of friendly nations like India and Brazil.
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.
Which oil buyers have most at stake as Mideast tensions rise
This article takes a look at which nations get their oil supplies from the Persian Gulf – and from exactly where in the region they load those barrels.
Iran oil imports to be guided by India’s energy interests
India is engaging with the US on oil import alternatives in view of the US sanctions on Iran, sources said.
Mideast tension: Iran front can have multi-layered economic implications
To boot, Iran and the US have had no formal diplomatic relations since 1980.
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