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India says its forces hit Pakistani army
India said on Tuesday it had attacked and damaged Pakistani army posts in Kashmir as it sought to prevent militants infiltrating from the Pakistani side of the disputed region, but Pakistan denied the assertion.
Two Iranian films scoop awards at India's 16IFF
Iranian short films 'The Guy Came on Horseback' and 'Born in Mordad' won awards at the 2nd Sixteen International Film Festival (16IFF) in the Indian city of Jaipur.
Israel to bag over $600mn in military deal with India
The Israeli regime has inked an arms deal worth $630 million with India to provide the Indian Navy with an advanced long-range surface-to-air missile system.
Indian cabinet approves plans to build 10 nuclear reactors
India's cabinet approved plans on Wednesday to build 10 nuclear reactors with a combined capacity of 7,000 megawatts (MW), more than the country's entire current capacity, to try fast-track its domestic nuclear power program.
Iran, India discuss development of Farzad B gas field
Iranian and Indian delegations in a meeting in Tehran conferred on New Delhi's offer to develop the first phase of Farzad B gas field in the Persian Gulf as well as Indian refineries' debts to Iran.
Indian politico-economic delegation due in Tehran
A high-ranking Indian politico-economic delegation is slated to pay a two-day official visit to Iran from May 16.
China, India plans for electric cars threaten to cut gasoline demand
Demand for gasoline in Asia may peak much earlier than expected as millions of people in China and India buy electric vehicles over the next decade, threatening wrenching change for the oil industry, oil and auto company executives warned.
India has no plans to allow extra sugar imports: food minister
India, the world's biggest sugar consumer, has no plans to allow extra imports of the sweetener as stocks held in mills will suffice, Food Minister Ram Vilas Paswan said on Thursday.
India signs first deal to import LPG from Iran
Indian media say the country has for the first time signed a contract to import liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) from Iran as part of New Delhi’s plans to support the rising fuel demand by the urban sector.
Wall collapse kills 24 at wedding ceremony in India
A wall has collapsed during a wedding party in western India, killing 24 people, including four children, police says.
India to import LPG from Iran to meet rising demand
India has for the first time signed a contract to import LPG from Iran as it looks at additional sources of cooking fuel to meet growing domestic demand.
India launches 'invaluable' South Asia satellite
India has successfully launched a new communications satellite for South Asia from Sriharikota space center.
India gold demand seen muted in H2 on new national sales tax: WGC
Gold demand in India could be muted in the second half of 2017, as the rollout of a new national sales tax from July is expected to dent appetite in the world's second-biggest consumer, the World Gold Council (WGC) said on Thursday.
Two Muslims beaten to death in India over cow theft allegations
Two Muslim men have been beaten to death by Indian mobs in the country’s northeast over allegations of stealing cows for slaughter, the latest in a series of similar attacks blamed on hard-line Hindus who consider the animal scared.
India signs up for Iranian LPG
Iran will export LPG to India for the first time, announced Iranian Gas Commercial Company (IGCC) in a statement.

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