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India, EU resume free trade talks after nine-year gap
India and the European Union resumed talks Monday on a free-trade deal after a nine-year gap, as Western countries seek to wean New Delhi off its close economic ties to Russia.
Bangladesh, India race to help millions stranded in deadly flooding
Authorities in Bangladesh intensified efforts on Wednesday to deliver food and drinking water to millions of people struggling after heavy rain unleashed catastrophic flooding across a quarter of the country.
Over 40 dead, millions stranded as floods hit Bangladesh, India
Monsoon storms in Bangladesh and India killed at least 41 people and unleashed devastating floods that left millions of others stranded, officials said Saturday.
Tehran, New Delhi explore ways for developing economic ties
Iranian Deputy Foreign Minister for Economic Affairs Mehdi Safari during a visit to India held meetings with the South Asian country’s high-ranking economic officials, discussing obstacles and challenges in their economic cooperation.
One dead in India unrest over military hiring, some gatherings banned
Authorities imposed restrictions on Friday on gatherings in a satellite city of India's capital that is home to offices of several multinational firms, and one person was killed as protests against a new military recruitment process spread.
Iran ready for unlimited transfer of energy to India: Envoy
The Iranian Oil Ministry is ready for unlimited transfer of energy to India, said Iran’s ambassador to New Delhi on Tuesday.
Indian rupee hits record low on Fed rate hike worries
The Indian rupee plunged to a record low against the dollar on Monday, ahead of an expected US interest rate hike this week aimed at fighting surging inflation.
India, Iran reaffirm cooperation on Chabahar port
India and Iran on Thursday reaffirmed their commitment to continue their cooperation on the development of the Chabahar port as a transit hub for the region including Central Asia and said delegates from the two counties will meet soon to address operational aspects of the key port.
Huge protests in Asia over Indian officials’ remarks about Muslims’ Prophet
Muslims took to the streets in huge protests around Asia after Friday prayers, sparked by derogatory remarks about the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) by two officials from India’s ruling party that has triggered a diplomatic backlash against New Delhi.
Iran, India need to address cumbersome issues in bilateral ties
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India hikes interest rates 50 basis points to fight inflation
India's central bank on Wednesday hiked rates for a second time in as many months, as Asia's third-largest economy reels from galloping inflation in the wake of the Ukraine war.
India growth slows on inflation, higher oil prices
India's growth slowed further in the first three months of 2022, the National Statistics Office (NSO) said Tuesday, with inflation and higher oil prices denting a post-pandemic recovery.
Tehran, New Delhi to diversify channels of payments to boost trade: Ambassador
Iran and India are trying to diversify the channels of payments to expand the bilateral trade, said Iranian ambassador to India.
India seen facing wider coal shortages, worsening power outage risks
India is expected to face a wider coal shortage during the quarter ending September over expectations of higher power demand, an internal Power Ministry presentation seen by Reuters showed, worsening risks of widespread power outages.

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