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Tillerson praises India, but calls China a destabilizing force
US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson says China poses a threat to stability in the region and the world order, while praised India, calling it a responsible nation.
What are secrets behind Iran’s success in India?
With four wins from four matches, scoring 12 goals while conceding just two, Iran continued its unstoppable march through the 2017 FIFA U-17 World Cup by defeating Mexico 2-1 in its Round of 16 encounter in Goa.
India's troubled banks desperately need more money
Despite all that the Indian government has done to revitalize the country's struggling banking sector, one crucial element remains missing from its effort: New Delhi isn't forking over enough cash.
Oil payment, other issues with Iran resolved: Indian minister
India has resolved most of the pending issues with Iran particularly those relating to oil payment, said the country's finance minister.
Bangladesh steps up security at India border over Rohingya fears
Bangladesh tightened security along its western border with India amid concerns that hundreds of Rohingya Muslim refugees could be pushed into its territory, officials said Sunday.
India offers $11b to develop Farzad B gas field
A leading Indian energy company announced that it has presented an offer to Iran to develop Farzad B gas field through an investment that it says could reach $11 billion.
India RBI chief: Growth important,  but not at cost of inflation
Fostering monetary conditions conducive to economic growth were a constant consideration for Indian policymakers, but would not take priority over achieving the central bank's inflation target, Governor Urjit Patel told a newspaper on Monday.
India, EU agree to boost ties (Video)
India and the European Union have agreed to strengthen bilateral ties including trade relations. The two sides also stressed the importance of joint efforts to fight terrorism. Sanjay Setti reports from New Delhi, presstv.com reported.
Indian one-man band blows, strums and sings against smoking
Indian musician Gladson Peter strums the ukulele while blowing into a harmonica and smashing a cymbal using his foot as children from one of Asia's biggest slums clap and cheer.
China issues third advisory for citizens travelling to India
The new advisory asks Chinese nationals not to visit restricted areas in India such as the Andaman and Nicobar Islands and not to photograph military facilities.
Indian farmers bury themselves to protest land acquisition deal
Scores of farmers in western India have buried themselves neck-deep in the ground or are sitting in trenches to protest against what they say is meager financial compensation from authorities keen to build housing on their land.
Iranian FM to travel to Oman
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif will make a trip to Oman, on October 2.
Chabahar port boosting economies of regional states
Chief Executive of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan Abdullah Abdullah said on Friday that development of the Iranian port of Chabahar prepares the ground for promotion of trade relations between regional states.
What ails the Indian economy?
India's economy grew at its slowest pace for three years in the April-to-June quarter and growth has declined for six quarters in a row. Economic analyst Vivek Kaul explains why one of the world's fastest growing economies is sputtering to a halt.
Iran, India, Oman discuss relations
Foreign ministers of Iran, India, and Oman held a meeting in New York to explore avenues for closer relations among the three Asian nations, with the focus on cooperation in the energy sector.

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