STRAIT OF HORMUZ
'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.
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...
Iran's hydrocarbon complement India's energy need: Ansari
Iran's location and its hydrocarbon resources complement India's energy appetite an...
PM Narendra Modi's maiden visit to Iran will focus on connectivity, trade and investment
Besides visiting a gurudwara, Modi will also inaugurate an International Conference on 'Retrospect and Prospect' of India-Iran relations.
Oil futures head for decline on plans to delay Iranian curbs
Oil headed for its biggest weekly decline in a month on signs that the European Union may delay the enforcement of a ban on Iranian oil imports.
Obama's escalating heated rhetoric on Iran implies worry about an unforeseen spoiler
Assuming every Senate Republican other than potential agreement supporter Jeff Flake votes against the deal, opponents will still need to recruit 13 Senate Democrats.
West Asia tension pushes crude oil to a third yearly gain
Crude futures headed for a third yearly advance on speculation escalating tension in the Middle East may disrupt supplies as a recovery in the US economy bolsters demand.
Four main areas PM Narendra Modi's foreign policy should focus
Global economy sputtered along with no major shocks, RBI batted off a mild US taper googly, and the year closed with dropping of oil prices.
Oil prices rebound in Asian trade
Oil prices were higher in early Asian trade after overnight falls in New York trade on concerns over the US economy.
European crisis, Iran row add to gold's rising appeal
Gold traders are most bullish in a month as Europe's debt crisis and increasing tensions over Iran drove the metal to its longest winning streak since October.
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.
'Pakistan is nest of religious extremism, there will be no peace as long as it is there'
Balochistan was an independent state before the creation of Pakistan, which occupied the Baloch land around a year after its inception.
EU's Iran oil ban: More trouble for India
As the European Union begins an oil embargo against Iran, India's payment options for Iranian oil became further constrained.
India wants to pay for Iranian crude in rupees
Fearing that fresh US sanctions may block a six-month-old conduit used for paying for Iranian crude, India wants to pay its supplier in rupees.
Oil prices ease after Iran offers talks
Oil prices eased in Asian trading on Monday after Iran offered over the weekend to negotiate on its nuclear drive.
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