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27 March 2017 12:28

  Tehran and New Delhi are mulling cooperation to boost their relations in the gas sector, informed sources said. Senior Iranian and Indian officials have held talks on cooperation in the development of FarzadB offshore gas field, the Indian-language media quoted some informed sources as saying. They said that Iran has received a 10-billion-dollar comprehensive plan to develop FarzadB gas field in the...

26 March 2017 11:54

The previous mechanism involved a barter-like scheme that allowed India to make some oil payments to Tehran in rupees through a small state bank, UCO Bank. The same bank was used to make rupee payments to Indian merchants for their exports to Iran. The payments were made from the money that New Delhi owed Tehran for previous oil purchases and had...

8 March 2017 22:34

  A recent blast on a passenger train in central India and the subsequent confrontation with a gunman have raised suspicions that the Daesh Takfiri terrorist group may be expanding its footprint across the South Asian country. Indian police said on Wednesday that security forces had managed to kill the gunman, identified as Saifullah, in connection with the train blast in the...

5 March 2017 12:25

  A police officer and two militants have been killed during a fierce gun battle at a southern village in the Indian-controlled Kashmir. The 15-hour firefight erupted late on Saturday after Indian government forces, acting on a tip-off, encircled a civilian home believed to be occupied by militants in Nazneenpora Village in the town of Tral, located in the restive southern district...

4 March 2017 10:48

    India is weighing the possibility of establishing a rail freight service which would connect the country to Iran and Turkey, New Delhi-based media say.  The project is expected to bring about a major boost to trade and economic development of the Asia Pacific region, also involving Bangladesh, Bhutan, Nepal, Pakistan and Afghanistan. The ambitious plan, covering about 6,000 kilometers, could significantly reduce...

26 February 2017 22:56

Iranian naval forces have launched the final stage of a large-scale drill north of the Indian Ocean to enhance their defense capabilities. Navy Commander Rear Admiral Habibollah Sayyari announced the beginning of a maneuver, code-named Velayat 95, on Sunday. "The aim of the Velayat 95 drill is to upgrade the country's defensive capabilities and send Iran's message of peace and friendship to...

24 February 2017 15:34

  India has approved a 2.5-billion-dollar deal to purchase a surface-to-air missile system from Israel. The government of Prime Minister Narendra Modi approved the budget for its army to buy the Medium Range Surface to Air Defense Missile (MR-SAM) system from Israel Aerospace Industries, Indian media reported Thursday. The Indian Army “will induct over five regiments of the MR-SAM missile, which will have...

23 February 2017 15:55

  Three Indian soldiers and a woman have been killed in a suspected militant attack on a military convoy in Indian-controlled Kashmir. The troops were returning from a search operation on Thursday when unidentified armed men opened fire on their convoy in the region’s Shopian district, wounding six soldiers and killing a woman on the spot, said a police spokesperson, speaking on condition...

6 February 2017 12:23

  The people of Pakistan observed ‘Kashmir Day’ on Sunday to express solidarity with the people of disputed Kashmir region. Every year on the fifth of February, people across Pakistan take to streets to support the right of self-determination of Kashmiri people pledged under several UN Security Council resolutions. The territory of Kashmir is divided between India and Pakistan which is also considered...

3 February 2017 13:16

The death toll from a series of avalanches which struck Indian-administered Kashmir has climbed to 25, military sources say. The Indian military said Monday that five soldiers pulled alive from beneath heavy snow had died of their injuries. The seriously injured troops were rescued Saturday after a day-long mission along the fortified Line of Control (LoC), the de facto border that divides Kashmir between India and...

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