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.
US has long itched for war with Iran; India should prevent confrontation between its two allies to stave off ultimate damage
India should do what it can to ensure that our the US and Iran do not get into a confrontation that is meaningless and ultimately damaging to everyone, including the country.
India, Iran and Afghanistan hold tripartite meeting to consolidate cooperation; Chabahar Port, US sanctions discussed
India, Iran and Afghanistan held their first tripartite meeting on Tuesday in Kabul during which implementation of the Chabahar port project and a host of other issues including ways to deepen counter-terror cooperation were discussed
Iran to hand over operation of Chabahar port to Indian company in a month, says Iranian minister Abbas Akhoundi
Iran will handover the strategic Chabahar port to Indian company within a month for operation as per an interim pact, Iranian Minister of Roads and Urban Development Abbas Akhoundi said
Narendra Modi discusses cooperation in energy, defence, security with Iranian president Hassan Rouhani
Narendra Modi welcomed Iranian president Hassan Rouhani at the Hyderabad House in New Delhi ahead of delegation-level talks between the two sides.
Iran president Hassan Rouhani arrives in India on three-day visit, calls for unity among Shias and Sunnis
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani arrived in Hyderabad on Thursday on a three-day visit to India
External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj will be in Iran over the weekend on a bilateral visit, her first after lifting of crippling western sanctions on the country
The Iran nuclear deal that will end sanctions in return for scaling down its uranium enrichment plans is a good development from India's angle. Together with the recent evacuation from Yemen, it gives India scope to project maritime power in the Indian Ocean
India may cut Iranian oil imports by 15 percent in 2014/15 from the current fiscal year's target, if western sanctions on Iran are not eased and the situation remains the same, a senior oil ministry official said on Tuesday
India today welcomed the prospect of resolution of issues related to Iran's contentious nuclear programme in the backdrop of Tehran striking a landmark deal with P5+1 group of nations.