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Iran, India to jointly produce ‘Rotavirus’ vaccine
Iran and India have agreed to cooperate in the field of transferring technical knowhow and jointly producing ‘Rotavirus’ vaccine in Iran.
Iran could offer India access to Jask port for strategic oil reserve facility: Envoy
Iran could offer India access to its port of Jask as a base for strategic oil reserves and a standalone gas pipeline to meet New Delhi’s growing energy demands.
India gingerly eases coronavirus rules as new cases dip to two-month low
Many Indian states eased coronavirus restrictions on Monday including the capital Delhi, where authorities allowed all shops and malls to open, as the number of new infections dropped to the lowest in more than two months.
Iran offers India Jask port as base for strategic oil reserves, new gas pipeline
The expected revival of the nuclear deal between Iran and the Western powers is set to yield unexpected opportunities for India, including access to the Iranian port of Jask as base for strategic oil reserves and a new “land-and-sea” gas pipeline.
Iranian short ‘Driving Lessons’ to vie in India
Iranian short film ‘Driving Lessons’ was selected to compete at the 19th edition of the Third Eye Film Festival in India, slated for September 24-30.
Iran donates 300 oxygen concentrators to India to fight coronavirus
Iran sent a batch of medical equipment containing 300 oxygen concentrators to India to help the most hard-hit South Asian nation from the coronavirus treat the COVID-19 patients.
India posts lowest daily rise in COVID-19 cases in two days
India on Saturday recorded 1,73,790 fresh COVID-19 cases, taking the cumulative tally past 27.7 million, as the country recorded less than 200,000 cases for the third time in this month, according to the Health Ministry.
Japan, India could resume Iran oil imports after sanctions removal
Japanese refiners could resume oil imports from Iran as early as three months after confirming Iranian sanctions are being lifted, Petroleum Association of Japan President Tsutomu Sugimori said on Thursday.
India’s COVID infections ebb but states struggle for vaccines
India’s official tally of daily infections of coronavirus in 24 hours fell to the lowest in nearly six weeks, offering hope that a devastating second wave is ebbing, but government leaders said shortages of vaccines were a big concern.
India still interested in Farzad B gas field as refineries eye Iran crude
India is still hopeful it can participate in the Farzad B natural gas field development in the Persian Gulf after Iran decided to go ahead with the project without foreign participation, officials told S&P Global Platts on Sunday.
India’s capital to ease COVID-19 restrictions as cases drop
India’s capital New Delhi will start relaxing its strict coronavirus lockdown next week if new cases continue to drop in the city, its chief minister said on Sunday.
Tehran wants New Delhi to get involved in gas project: India
After losing the Farzad-B gas field project in the Persian Gulf, the Indian government said on Thursday that Iran wanted India to get involved in the project at a later stage.
India sets global record with 4,529 coronavirus deaths in 24 hours
India on Wednesday reported more coronavirus deaths in a single day than any other country at any time during the pandemic, while infections continued to spread through vast rural areas with weak health systems.
Indian refiners set to curb spot buying to make room for Iranian oil
Indian refiners, anticipating a lifting of US sanctions, plan to make space for the resumption of Iranian imports by reducing spot crude oil purchases in the second half of the year, company officials told Reuters.
India reports record day of virus deaths as cases level off
India’s total virus cases since the pandemic began swept past 25 million on Tuesday as the country registered more than 260,000 new cases and a record 4,329 fatalities in a 24-hour period.

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