PM Narendra Modi meets Iranian President Hassan Rouhani
Their meeting was keenly awaited as it comes amid escalating face-off between Iran and the United States on Tehran's nuclear programme.
Rupee rallies to nearly 2-month high as crude oil eases
Easing crude oil prices provided a fillip to the local currency that reversed losses ...
Minimum 100 petrol pumps, 5% in remote areas: India's new liberalised fuel retail policy
The government had last month relaxed norms for sett...
Saudi Arabia to ban foreigners from slew of hospitality jobs
As Saudi Arabia tries to develop its fledgling tourism industry, it’s also tackling citizen unemployment, which hit a high of nearly 13% last year.
Saudi Aramco's record IPO starts November 17, prospectus says
After years of delays and false starts, Aramco officials last week announced a share sale.
Humanity must rescue oceans to rescue itself, UN warns
Crumbling ice sheets, rising seas, melting glaciers, ocean dead zones, toxic algae blooms -- a raft of impacts on sea and ice are decimating fish stocks, destroying renewable sources of fresh water, and incubating superstorms that will ravage some megacities every year, according to a landmark assessment approved by the 195-nation Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC).
How zinc, crude oil, gold, nickel and natural gas may trade today
Base metals continued to trade mixed with Copper sliding its lowest in 3 weeks.
India's containerised trade growth slows to 1% in Q2 2019
According to a report by global integrated logistics company Maersk, the trade growth during April-June 2018 stood at a healthy nine per cent growth.
Rupee ends flat at 70.94 despite steller stock rally
Investors were concerned over the renewed trade worries after the US said that it did not expect any trade deal with China before 2020.
Petrol, diesel prices hiked for 7th day in a row
Fuel prices have been on a northward journey ever since an attack on Saudi Arabia's Armaco oil processing facility last week that knocked off more than 5% of global oil supply.
Drones cause diversion of flights at Dubai Airport
The diverted flights will return to Dubai International Airport as the airspace has now reopened.
View: World's oil security blanket has been torched
Holding all of the world’s spare production capacity in one place has always been a risk.
Brave New World: Oil holds ground despite recovery by Saudis; US GDP growth may flatline in 2020
Geopolitical risks keep oil prices elevated even as some of the more immediate Saudi supply concerns start to ease.
How military drones are becoming deadly weapons across the globe
In recent years,UAV) or drones can now be programmed to destroy things remotely.
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