US Sanctions Indian Firm For Trading Oil From Iran

US Department of the Treasury’s Office of Foreign Assets Control has imposed sanctions on an Indian firm Tibalaji Petrochem Private Limited for reselling petrochemical products, imported from sanction-rigged Iran.

Bomb Threat Reported On Iranian Flight, IAF Scrambles Jets

The Indian Air Force scrambled its fighter jets to intercept an Iranian passenger aircraft destined to China after a bomb threat when it was flying over the Indian airspace on Monday. The fighter aircraft followed the Iranian flight at a safe distance and offered the pilot to land – first at Jaipur and later at …

MoS Muraleedharan Embarks On 2-Day Oman Visit

Minister of State for External Affairs V Muraleedharan reached Muscat on a two-day official visit to Oman starting Monday. He will hold a bilateral meeting with his Omani counterpart Sayyid Badr bin Hamad bin Hamood Albusaidi. This is Muraleedharan’s second visit to the Sultanate. The high-level visit is aimed at reinforcing the shared commitment to …

Plunder Of India: Putin Reminds West Of Colonial Past

Russian President Vladimir Putin turned back the pages of history as he said that the West had plundered countries like India in contradiction to the values of true freedom and justice.

PM Modi Holds Meet With Japan PM Kishida, Condoles Abe’s Tragic Death

Prime Minister Narendra Modi conveyed his deepest condolences on the tragic death of former Prime Minister Shinzo Abe in a bilateral meeting with Prime Minister of Japan Fumio Kishida on Tuesday, the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) said. “Had a fruitful meeting with PM Kishida. We discussed various bilateral subjects. I conveyed my condolences on …

Pak JeM Terrorist Killed In J&K’s Kulgam Encounter

A Pakistani Jaish-e-Muhammad (JeM) terrorist was killed, while an army soldier and two civilians injured in an encounter in Batapora village of Kulgam district around 5 pm on Monday. Police sources said that after receiving information about the presence of terrorists in the area, a joint of a team of police, Army, and CRPF launched a search …

We Are Officially Opening Our Hearts, Doors To Visitors: Bhutan PM

The Kingdom of Bhutan is reopening its borders after two and a half years on September 23, along with a revised tourism levy of $200 per day for international tourists and ₹1,200 for Indian visitors.

MoS Muraleedharan To Visit Djibouti

Union Minister of State for External Affairs and Parliamentary Affairs V Muraleedharan is slated to visit Djibouti on a two-day visit on September 21-22.