Iran denies dropping India from Chabahar-Zahedan rail project, claims 'vested interests behind reports'
Last week, a report had surfaced claiming that the Hassan Rouhani government in Iran decided to exclude India from the construction project of Chabahar-Zahedan railway
In sum, it seems Iran is staging a China-inspired bite-back at India, at a time when New Delhi is pushing out a Chinese app one day and a company on the next
India proposes trade enhancement with Central Asia through Chabahar Port, points at lack of efficient overland connectivity between regions
External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar on Thursday said India and the Central Asian countries should examine the viability of establishing air corridors between them to boost trade and economic engagement.
US-Iran tension: No longer a fence-sitter, India tilting towards Washington is based on hard-nosed realism
If India’s response to the killing of Iran’s top general Qassem Soleimani made no criticism of the US' role, it is evident that the Narendra Modi government has weighed its options and has opted to tilt in favour of the US
S Jaishankar to embark on two-day Iran visit tomorrow; external affairs minister to attend 19th Joint Commission Meeting
S Jaishankar is also expected to call upon Iranian president Hassan Rouhani, the external affairs ministry said in a statement on Saturday
India's Iran policy needs an intricate balancing act; New Delhi has Chabahar port, US ties at stake and China waiting on sidelines
Considering the downside in not acting proactively, one can hope India's foreign policy establishment is entrenched in discussions about Iran around the world.
India's foreign policy for the next 5 years: New Delhi should outrun obstructionist Pakistan in Central Asia and push for regional connectivity
Since Modi would attend the SCO summit in Bishkek in mid-June, his special bilateral meet with the chair of the SCO a fortnight before was a smart move to make India’s Central Asia outreach a success
India stops purchasing Iranian oil after US waivers expire; explores alternative sources of energy: Envoy
India joins Greece, Italy, Taiwan and Turkey which have stopped importing Iranian oil.
As US-Iran tensions flare over sanctions, sabotage of Saudi ships, Tehran sends foreign minister to New Delhi
After the exemptions expired on 2 May, India said it will deal with the issue based on three factors — the country's energy security, commercial consideration and economic interests
The Sittwe port built by India in northern Myanmar will not only cut travel time to the North-East but also reduce India’s dependence on the vulnerable Siliguri Corridor
India committed to economic reconstruction of Afghanistan, says Sushma Swaraj; EAM reiterates stand on ‘inclusive’ peace process
India on Sunday said it was committed to the economic reconstruction of Afghanistan, and to promote an inclusive "Afghan-led, Afghan-owned and Afghan-controlled" peace and reconciliation process in the war-torn country.
India takes over part of Chabahar Port operations; commercial activities begin as first cargo ship carrying corn arrives
The first phase of the Chabahar Port was inaugurated in December 2017 by Iranian President Hassan Rouhani, opening a new strategic route connecting Iran, India and Afghanistan bypassing Pakistan.
Govt allows Iran's Bank Pasargad to open branch in Mumbai, operations to begin in three months: Nitin Gadkari
Gadkari said that the government of India has already given permission to Iran to open a branch of Bank Pasargad in Mumbai.
Afghanistan welcomes US decision to exempt India from Iran sanctions over Chabahar port, thanks Washington for flexibility in ties
Afghanistan has welcomed the exemption from the Iran sanctions given by the US for the India-developed Chabahar Port project.
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.
US grants sanctions waiver to India on Chabahar: Port is at the centre of Washington's South Asia strategy
The US has taken a well-thought-out decision to exempt India from sanctions regarding the development of the strategically-located Chabahar port in Iran
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.
Saudi Arabia's oil refinery in Gwadar likely to threaten Chabahar port, make China part of Tehran and Riyadh war
Islamabad's latest move was inviting the oil-rich Saudi for investments in the Gwadar refinery and mines in Balochistan.
Saudi Arabia's oil refinery in Gwadar threatens China, may increase risk of Arab nation's face-off with Iran
Pakistan's latest announcement about Saudi Arabia's investment in an oil refinery at the port city of Gwadar has set alarm bells ringing in the international arena.
Ram Nath Kovind meets Tajikistan president Emomali Rahmon in Dushanbe, signs MoUs on agriculture, renewable energy
In his very first visit to Central Asia after assuming office, President Ram Nath Kovind met President of Tajikistan Emomali Rahmon in Dushanbe on Monday.