Covid-19 lockdown: 40 stranded Indian fishermen return from Iran
40 Stranded Indian fishermen returned from Iran on July 15. Fishermen were s...
India & Iran are maritime neighbours: Indian envoy Gaddam Dharmendra to Tehran
India is the only country that is currently undertaking a majo...
Indian basmati rice and tea exporters to Iran facing uncertainty
Indian basmati rice exporters said they are not entering into new contract w...
Iran's Chabahar port exports cargo to India and Southeast Asia, notwithstanding slowdown
In 2016, Iran, India, and Afghanistan decided to jointly establish a trade route for land-locked Afghanistan and Central Asian countries. India had also sent a consignment of wheat to Afghanistan through Chabahar Port in the past.
Iran's Khamenei rejects talks with United States over missile, nuclear programmes
"America's brutal sanctions on Iran are aimed at collapsing our economy ... Their aim is to limit our influence in the region and to halt our missile and nuclear capabilities," Khamenei said in a speech broadcast live on television.
Iran says it has arrested head of US-based 'terrorist group' accused of 2008 bombing incident
"Jamshid Sharmahd, who was leading armed and sabotage operations inside Iran, is now in the powerful hands" of Iran's security forces, state television said, citing an intelligence ministry statement. It did not elaborate on where or when the alleged leader of the opposition royalist group known as the Kingdom Assembly of Iran, or Tondar (Farsi for Thunder), was detained.
Chahbahar-Zahedan rail link: Iran's insistence on roping in a specific entity put deal off track
India does have a waiver from the US to go ahead with the development of the port as well as the railway line. But in doing so, India cannot involve sanctioned entities in the project. So, India asked Iran in December 2019 that must nominate another entity, one which is not proscribed. Iran, according to the South Block, gave no replacement.
Iran's stock market surges to record high, analysts warn of bubble
Iran’s clerical rulers have been encouraging ordinary Iranians to invest in local stocks to boost the country’s economy.
Iran fires missile at mock aircraft carrier during military exercise amid US tensions
Iranian commandos also fast-roped down from a helicopter onto the replica in the footage from an exercise called ``Great Prophet 14.`` Other footage showed a helicopter firing a missile at the replica, complete with 16 fake fighter jets on board, while fast boats encircled the vessel, kicking up white wave in their wake.
India shunted out of key Iran railway project, plot set to thicken as China's shadow looms in the background
As the reason for the cancellation of the project, Iran said that India was delaying funding and other associated aspects. The unexpected development comes four years after the two sides had reached an agreement to construct the 628 km rail line along the Iran-Afghan border.
Defying US, China and Iran near trade and military partnership
Iran and China have quietly drafted a sweeping economic and security partnership that would clear the way for billions of dollars of Chinese investments in energy and other sectors, undercutting the Trump administration’s efforts to isolate the Iranian government because of its nuclear and military ambitions.
Citing funding delay, Iran drops India from Chabahar port rail project as it nears China deal
Iran has decided to proceed with the construction of rail line from Chabahar port to Zahedan, along the border with Afghanistan, on its own ...
India exporting tea to China and Iran despite covid, border standoff
Indian tea exports to China and Iran have taken off despite the economic uncertainty due to Covid-19 and the standoff between India and China on border issues. Chinese importers are giving good prices for Indian black tea and shipments to the country have already begun.
We have a balanced foreign policy approach vis-a-vis both China and India, says Iran
Last Monday, Iranian deputy minister and head of Iranian railways Saeed Rasouli, met Indian Ambassador in Tehran to discuss the issue.
Messages claiming Iran nuclear site fire deepen mystery
The multiple, different claims by a self-described group called the “Cheetahs of the Homeland” included language used by several exiled Iranian opposition organizations, as well as focused almost entirely on Iran's nuclear program, viewed by Israel as a danger to its very existence.