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India hits back at Donald Trump’s tariffs, raises import duties on agri, steel products
ndia raised tariffs on a slew of items in retaliation for the US imposing higher levies on some products shipped from the country, echoing steps taken by China, the European Union and other trading partners.
'Death of Qanat' to be screened at Indian festival
Iran documentary film 'Death of Qanat' was admitted for the competition of the 12th Voices from Waters Film Festival in India which is to be held on October 17.
India to resume military operations in Kashmir
India will resume military operations against armed groups in disputed Kashmir following the end of a rare 30-day suspension for Ramadan.
‘Rising Kashmir’ editor Shujaat Bukhari shot dead by gunmen in Srinagar: Police
Shujaat Bukhari was leaving his office in Press Enclave in Srinagar’s Lal Chowk when he was shot at. He is in a critical condition, police said.
Indian May oil imports from Iran at highest level since 2016
India's oil imports from Iran surged to about 705,000 barrels per day (bpd) in May, their highest level since October 2016, according to data from shipping and industry sources, despite the threats of fresh US sanctions.
India's retail inflation accelerates to 4.87% in May
India's retail inflation rate accelerated to a four-month high of 4.87 percent in May, government data showed, driven by higher fuel prices and a depreciating rupee.
India’s Nayara Energy to cut Iran oil imports
India’s Nayara Energy – one of the country’s biggest buyers of crude oil from Iran – has unveiled a plan for a major reduction in oil imports from Iran in the wake of returning US sanctions against the Islamic Republic.
Rouhani calls for further economic relations with India, China, Mongolia
President Hassan Rouhani in separate meetings with the leaders of China, India and Mongolia on Sunday, stressed on the expansion of economic relations.
Pre-Iron Age artifacts from India’s Sanauli excavation site to be tested further
The pre-Iron Age artifacts recently unearthed from Sanauli excavation site in Uttar Pradesh, India, and housed in the premises of the ASI’s Institute of Archeology will be investigated further to test the theories being conjectured around the findings, a senior official said.
US urges India to ditch Russian missiles for American ones
The United States is urging India to reconsider its plan to purchase advanced missiles from Russia and instead switch to American systems, touting the ‘strategic importance’ of the relationship between Washington and New Delhi.
World looks up to India and South Africa for providing leadership: Sushma Swaraj
External affairs minister Sushma Swaraj said Mahatma Gandhi and Nelson Mandela gave hope to the enslaved people of this world, whether under colonialism or apartheid.
India BPCL seeks extra Iran oil
Indian state refiner Bharat Petroleum Corp. Ltd. (BPCL) has requested an extra one million barrels of oil from National Iranian Oil Company (NIOC) for June, two industry sources said, amid a looming threat of stringent US sanctions.
India to discuss ways out of Iran sanctions with EU
India plans to send a top delegation to Europe next week to explore ways to continue to trade with Iran despite US sanctions.
Exclusive: India's Reliance to halt oil imports from Iran: sources
India’s Reliance Industries Ltd, owner of the world’s biggest refining complex, plans to halt oil imports from Iran, two sources familiar with the matter said, in a sign that new U.S. sanctions are forcing buyers to shun oil purchases from Tehran.
One million bank workers strike across India
Around one million bank employees went on strike across India Wednesday, a union representative said, demanding better pay and a government crackdown on companies who willfully default on loan payments.

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