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Geopolitics, the black swan in Saudi-Indian relations
India

Geopolitics, the black swan in Saudi-Indian relations

Saudi Arabia’s ties with Pakistan and its concerns over Chabahar are two big complications in bilateral ties.

India condemns 'despicable' Chabahar terror attack; suicide car bombing killed two people, injured many
India

India condemns 'despicable' Chabahar terror attack; suicide car bombing killed two people, injured many

New Delhi considers the port in Chabahar, which lies in Sistan-Baluchistan province of Iran, very crucial for its strategic interest in the region.

Suicide bomber strikes outside police headquarters in Iran's Chabahar; kills two, injures several others
World

Suicide bomber strikes outside police headquarters in Iran's Chabahar; kills two, injures several others

Chabahar lies in Sistan-Baluchistan province which has long been a flashpoint, with Pakistan-based Baluchi separatists and Sunni Muslim extremists carrying out cross-border attacks targeting the Shiite authorities.

In face of US Sanctions on Tehran, India, Iran, Afghanistan hold first trilateral on Chabahar port project
India

In face of US Sanctions on Tehran, India, Iran, Afghanistan hold first trilateral on Chabahar port project

India, Afghanistan and Iran Tuesday held their first trilateral meeting on Chabahar port project during which they reviewed its implementation.

Iran nuclear deal: India has vested interests in retaining status quo, must find a way of assuaging US and saving deal
India

Iran nuclear deal: India has vested interests in retaining status quo, must find a way of assuaging US and saving deal

Chahbahar is therefore not just a way to blindside Pakistan even while assisting Afghanistan. We may offer a quiet dialogue with Iran with a view to saving the deal, while assuaging US concerns.

Resolving India's energy woes hinges on peace with Taliban, says Afghan Ambassador Shaida Abdali, but hopes Pakistan will respond
World

Resolving India's energy woes hinges on peace with Taliban, says Afghan Ambassador Shaida Abdali, but hopes Pakistan will respond

Afghanistan's last-ditch attempt on Wednesday to reach out to the Taliban and its patrons in Pakistan is a watershed moment. Among its potential consequences could be a huge boost to India's energy supplies.

Narendra Modi hails Hassan Rouhani's vision for Chabahar port; India, Iran agree to cooperate in trade, finance
India

Narendra Modi hails Hassan Rouhani's vision for Chabahar port; India, Iran agree to cooperate in trade, finance

Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Iranian president Hassan Rouhani on Saturday praised the bilateral relations between the two countries as they agreed to cooperate in the fields of finance, energy, connectivity and cultural ties.

Hassan Rouhani visit: Iran ties key for India's central Asia power game; but Narendra Modi must remain cautious
India

Hassan Rouhani visit: Iran ties key for India's central Asia power game; but Narendra Modi must remain cautious

Hassan Rouhani's visit is significant for India as the trajectory of bilateral ties holds far-reaching diplomatic, economic and geostrategic implications.

Hassan Rouhani to make first-ever India visit as Iran's president; three-day trip starts Thursday
India

Hassan Rouhani to make first-ever India visit as Iran's president; three-day trip starts Thursday

Iran President Hassan Rouhani will come on a three-day visit to India starting Thursday at the invitation of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the External Affairs Ministry announced on Wednesday

Sushma Swaraj asks Shanghai Cooperation Organisation to create anti-terrorism structure
World

Sushma Swaraj asks Shanghai Cooperation Organisation to create anti-terrorism structure

The eight members of the SCO should strengthen coordination against terrorism and build it into its framework, External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj said.

India aims to remain relevant in 'uncertain' Afghanistan with air corridor as China plays peacemaker
World

India aims to remain relevant in 'uncertain' Afghanistan with air corridor as China plays peacemaker

The idea of the air corridor is to send a message to Pakistan, that the India-Afghanistan bond remains strong.

Kulbhushan Jadhav case a fabricated tale to sabotage India's influence in Central Asia: Pakistan-based JSMM to ICJ
India

Kulbhushan Jadhav case a fabricated tale to sabotage India's influence in Central Asia: Pakistan-based JSMM to ICJ

On 3 March, 2016, Pakistani authorities had reportedly arrested Kulbhushan Jadhav in what was termed as a counter intelligence operation in Balochistan.

Narendra Modi emphasizes on port development, announces Kandla to be connected to Chabahar soon
India

Narendra Modi emphasizes on port development, announces Kandla to be connected to Chabahar soon

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday said Kandla Port in Kutch district of Gujarat will soon be connected to iran's Chabahar port to boost international trade.

Who is Kulbhushan Jadhav? All you need to know about the alleged Indian 'spy'
India

Who is Kulbhushan Jadhav? All you need to know about the alleged Indian 'spy'

A Paksitani military court sentenced Kulbhushan Jadhav to death on charges of spying. Here's all you need to know about the former Indian naval officer, and all that's been said about the case so far.

Kulbhushan Jadhav used fake identity, India failed to respond to query, says Sartaj Aziz
World

Kulbhushan Jadhav used fake identity, India failed to respond to query, says Sartaj Aziz

Islamabad: Pakistan on Friday said Indian "spy" Kulbhushan Jadhav was sentenced according to the country's laws and that India had not responded to "specific information" sought on him in January.

Kulbhushan Jadhav sentenced to death: No need to escalate conflict, negotiated detente a better solution
World

Kulbhushan Jadhav sentenced to death: No need to escalate conflict, negotiated detente a better solution

If USA and USSR could swap spies peacefully when they were gunpoint to gunpoint in the first half of the 20th century, why can't India and Pakistan do the same with spies like Kulbhushan Jadhav today?

Kulbhushan Jadhav, Indian arrested in Pakistan for spying, sentenced to death
India

Kulbhushan Jadhav, Indian arrested in Pakistan for spying, sentenced to death

Indian citizen Kulbhushan Jadhav, who was arrested by Pakistan on allegations of being a R&AW spy, was on monday sentenced to death on charges of espionage by a military court.

No #UdtaPM, Narendra Modi's foreign policy is clear, rooted in realpolitik
Politics

No #UdtaPM, Narendra Modi's foreign policy is clear, rooted in realpolitik

Modi said that not coming from a political family and having no background in the field were helps, not hindrances, as he doesn't have to carry any baggage and press the 'reset' button where necessary.

India and Iran: How these two ancient civilisations can curb radicalism
World

India and Iran: How these two ancient civilisations can curb radicalism

As Narendra Modi pointed out, India and Iran are not new friends. Their friendship [or ‘dosti’ in the Persian language] is as old as history.

Chabahar pact can alter the course of region's history: PM Modi in Iran
World

Chabahar pact can alter the course of region's history: PM Modi in Iran

The prime minister said the Chabahar transport and transit corridor "would spur unhindered flow of commerce throughout the region".