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India: Chabahar port connecting gateway for regional countries
Indian Ambassador to Iran Gaddam Dharmendra described Iran's ocean port of Chabahar as the connecting gateway of regional countries.
Indian minister due in Iran in May to start full-scale operations in Chabahar
New Delhi expects to start full-scale operations at Iran’s Chabahar port by the end of May, India’s Ports and Shipping Minister Mansukh Mandaviya said.
New Delhi pushes for Chabahar in India-Iran-Russia corridor
India wants Chabahar port to be included in the 13-nation International North South Transport Corridor (INSTC) that extends from India to Russia, and expand INSTC membership by including Afghanistan and Uzbekistan, said External Affairs Minister S. Jaishankar and Ports and Shipping Minister Mansukh Mandaviya on Thursday.
India urged to provide refuge to Rohingya adrift at sea
Human Rights Watch and Rohingya Muslim refugees in India urged the government on Monday to provide refuge to 81 Rohingya people whose boat has been drifting in the Andaman Sea for over two weeks.
Iran welcomes India-Pakistan cease-fire statement on Kashmir
Iran’s Foreign Ministry welcomed an announcement by Pakistan and India about their decision to strictly observe the 2003 cease-fire along the Line of Control (LoC), the line that marks where the former princely state of Jammu and Kashmir is divided.
India to supply four more mobile harbor cranes to Chabahar
India will supply four more mobile harbor cranes to Iran’s Chabahar port by the end of June this year, a government official said.
India, Pakistan agree to stop firing along disputed Kashmir border
India and Pakistan issued a joint statement saying both sides have agreed to stop firing along their disputed border in Kashmir starting on Thursday.
India rescues 81 Rohingya on drifting boat, eight dead, one missing
India’s coastguard has found 81 survivors and eight dead on a boat crammed with Rohingya refugees adrift in the Andaman Sea, an Indian foreign ministry official said.
India may turn to Iran, Venezuela for oil imports
India is planning to resume energy imports from countries such as Iran and Venezuela to counter the high crude prices by some oil producers, local media reported.
Indian farmers vow to amass more protesters outside capital
More than 100,000 farmers and farm workers gathered in India’s northern Punjab state on Sunday in a show of strength against new farm laws, where union leaders called on supporters to amass outside the capital New Delhi on Feb. 27.
India joins Iran-Russia joint naval drill; China to take part
Iranian forces have launched a two-day naval exercise with Russia in the northern part of the Indian Ocean, with India also joining in and China expected to take part, too.
UN rights office urges ‘maximum restraint’ in ongoing protests in India
The Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) has called on authorities and protesters in India to “exercise maximum restraint” amidst ongoing protests by farmers.
Iran’s defense minister: US, Israel use terrorism to gain influence in region
Iranian Defense Minister Brigadier General Amir Hatami said that the US and Israel are using terrorism as a tool to gain more influence in the region.
India to resume crude imports from Iran if US bans eased: CEO
Chairman of India’s state-run Hindustan Petroleum Corp. suggests that the country would not hesitate to resume crude imports from Iran once the United States eases its bans on Tehran and allows shipments to be purchased by Indian refineries.

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