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Iran’s ‘Gallu’ among best films at India festival
Iran’s ‘Gallu,’ directed by Kasra Tirsahar, was named the Best Short Film at the Blackboard International Film Festival in India.
Iran, India agree to increase freight traffic through Chabahar: Minister
India agreed to increase its freight transit through Iran to help more traffic pass through the strategic port of Chabahar, according to the Iranian Roads and Urban Development Minister Rostam Qassemi.
India signals commitment to Chahabar despite Taliban shadow
India's External Affairs Minister Subrahmanyam Jaishankar said Iran’s Chabahar port has emerged as a commercial transit hub for the region.
Indian farmers end yearlong protests after reforms repealed
Tens of thousands of jubilant Indian farmers on Saturday cleared protest sites on the capital’s outskirts and began returning home, marking an end to their yearlong demonstrations against agricultural reforms that were repealed by Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s government in a rare retreat.
Cow swallows gold chain in India, family gets it surgically removed
A cow in Karnataka, India, had to undergo surgery to remove a gold chain it had accidentally swallowed.
India port operator cancels ban on Iranian cargo
India’s largest port operator finally lifted a ban imposed in October on cargo coming from Iran.
Violence escalates in India’s northeast after forces mistakenly kill 14 civilians: Officials
Protesters threw stones and set fire to areas around a camp belonging to Indian forces in the remote northeast, with one civilian shot dead in renewed violence a day after 14 people were mistakenly killed by defence forces, officials said.
Indian Parliament passes bill to repeal controversial farm laws
India's Parliament on Monday passed a bill to repeal three laws aimed at deregulating agricultural markets, bowing to pressure from farmers who have protested for over a year to demand that the laws be rolled back.
Russia, India, China reaffirm commitment to Syria independence
Moscow, New Delhi and Beijing reaffirmed their strong commitment to the sovereignty, independence, unity and territorial integrity of Syria, according to the Joint Communique drawn up on Friday following the RIC (Russia-India-China) online summit.
India's plan to ban cryptocurrencies leads to heavy selling
Plans by the Indian government for a new bill that would bar most private cryptocurrencies has triggered heavy selling in the country's digital currency markets, as investors look to exit positions despite the losses, said traders and investors.
Japan, India working on release of oil stocks
Japanese and Indian officials are working on ways to release national reserves of crude oil to dampen prices, seven government sources with knowledge of the plans told Reuters.
Heavy rains in southern Indian state kill 17, dozens missing
At least 17 people have died and dozens are reported missing in the southern Indian state of Andhra Pradesh after days of heavy rains, authorities said Saturday.
India’s Modi backs down on farm reforms in surprise victory for protesters
In a surprise announcement on Friday, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi said he would repeal agriculture laws that farmers have been protesting against for more than a year, sparking celebrations for what farmers called a hard-fought victory.

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