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10-15 per cent hike in fuel prices inevitable, says Crisil
The government is likely to hike retail fuel prices by 10-15 per cent, rating agency Crisil said in a report.
As Iran approaches the nuclear threshold, the only way out is to co-opt it
If the Iranian claim is correct, then it has exploited a paradox in the international non-proliferation order, which allows enrichment to 20% for civilian purposes.
US nuclear warship bears down on defiant Iran
In acts of mutual provocation, the nuclear-powered USS Abraham Lincoln sailed within sniffing distance of Iran, going through the Straits of Hormuz,that is only 21 nautical miles wide.
US asks Iran to cooperate with IAEA
US asked Iran to cooperate with the IAEA when their inspectors visit the country, even as Tehran threatened to close down the strategic Strait of Hormuz.
Crude prices to rise due to Iran tension; will affect India
India could end up paying a high price - with its heavy dependency on imported oil, huge petroleum subsidies & widening trade deficit
Gas prices escalating in US due to Iran tension
Gas prices in Texas and elsewhere in the US have jumped an average 7 cents in recent days after Iran threatened to close the Strait of Hormuz.
New sanctions on Iran pose problem for India's crude oil payments
India may face problems in making payments for crude oil it buys from Iran because of recent moves by the US to curb Tehran's nuclear programme.
Pentagon: US Navy will remain in Gulf
The US today vowed to keep American warships deployed in the Persian Gulf, amid Iranian threats to take action if Washington moves its aircraft carrier into the region.
UK's 'Make in India' expertise in defence more than any other country: Philip Dunne
We recognise this is a legitimate aspiration for India to encourage collaboration to develop in-country capabilities, building skills and employment prospects.
India should engage China in Pakistan's Balochistan to serve its security strategy
Before Ajit Doval became national security adviser, he famously warned Pakistan that a repeat of the Mumbai 26/11 attack could lead to Pakistan losing Balochistan.
'Gwadar port's development not to pose threat to India'
Pakistan's strategically important Gwadar port, being developed by China as part of the $46 billion Economic Corridor linking both the countries.
Prospect of US-Iran conflict threatens Gulf economies
Observers say such a conflict might send oil prices above USD 100 a barrel but could also lead to a massive disruption of exports if Iran closes the Strait of Hormuz, a strategic waterway which serves as the main artery for Middle East oil.
Amid job losses, climate change & corona-related blues, millennials find refuge in dark humour, crack self-referential jokes
The tone of the humor isn't to everyone's taste, some may find it a little on the nail.
Iranian Foreign Minister to visit India
India is hosting Iranian foreign minister M Javad Zarif next week, eyeing to safeguard its energy and financial interests in West Asia amid the escalating US-Iran conflict.
Oil industry braces for Mideast turmoil after Soleimani killing
Rising tensions between Iran and US have already caused disruptions to oil markets.