India urges against more output cuts; Opec won’t let slump recur
Opec has said that it will do whatever is possible to ensure that stability in oil production is sustained. India is a key consumer and has urged Opec members to avoid output cuts. Oil prices have come down $10 per barrel from a month ago.
Saudi Aramco: Wall Street banks walk into a $2 trillion mess
Almost all of the big Wall Street and European investment banks are on the roste...
Saudi assures India of no oil supply shortage: Dharmendra Pradhan
"We are confident there would be no supply disruption to India," Dharmendra...
These 20 countries will dominate global growth in 2024
Weaker global growth, expected to fall to 3% this year and the slowest since global financial crisis.
Aramco CEO survives drones, outlasts rival in stormy IPO year
The cash cow sustaining Saudi Arabia, Saudi Aramco is selling a 1.5% stake after which CEO Amin Nasser won’t have complete control of the company. Later this month Riyadh stock exchange will be set to trade world’s largest publicly traded company.
India-UAE partnership on labour issues could be role model for Asia
In a regional consultative process between India-UAE, the platform witnessed wide ranging discussions on contractual labour mobility, regional cooperation and sharing of best experiences and learning from one another's experience.
CCI approves Saudi Aramco's acquisition of 70% stake in SABIC
SABIC CEO Yousef Al-Benyan, said that the $69.1 billion deal would support the company's visions to become a world leader in chemicals.
Saudi exchange to limit Aramco index weighting with cap
The Aramco IPO is seen as a test for the Saudi exchange, where the largest listing so far has been worth $6 billion.
BPCL drops 5%, loses Rs 5,300 crore in m-cap
On the BSE, the stock declined 4.80 per cent to close at Rs 490.45.
Saudi Arabia has a new energy minister: What it means for oil
Prince Abdulaziz served as deputy petroleum minister for a dozen years and most recently as minister of state for energy since 2017.
Any attempt by India to divert water flow would be considered 'act of aggression': Pakistan
Foreign Office spokesperson Mohammad Faisal in a media briefing made a remark that Pakistan have "exclusive rights" over three Western rivers. His remarks came after PM Modi reportedly said that his govt would stop the water flowing to Pakistan.
Praful Patel claims no financial dealings with Hajrah Memon
Patel claimed that Mohammad on April 4 1980 then gave assigned all the rights of the land to Hajra Iqbal Memon and the latter even paid Rs 7 lakh to the Bombay High Court which Mohammad was supposed to pay.
PM Narendra Modi likely to visit riyadh later this month
The trip will be Modi’s second to the Gulf nation and will reinforce the strategic partnership.
Saudi Aramco order book reaches 73 billion riyals so far: Samba
Institutional subscriptions amounted to 58.4 billion riyals and 1.82 billion subscribed shares.
US lists rise of China as challenge before India; wants free flow of goods, capital, data
Trade between the US and India in 2018 touched USD 142 billion but the economic partnership is yet to realise its full potential.
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