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Japan-India Space Dialogue to include surveillance sharing
Japan and India are moving to share satellite data and surveillance technologies, acknowledging the strategic importance of monitoring outer space and the world's oceans.
India, China could gain massive health benefits by tackling climate change: WHO
The World Health Organization (WHO) report highlights why health considerations are critical to the advancement of climate action and outline key recommendations for policy makers.
Iranian helmer Majidi picked to head Kerala jury
Renowned Iranian auteur, best known for his 1998 Oscar-nominated film 'Children of Heaven', Majid Majidi, will preside over the panel of jury at this year's International Film Festival of Kerala, in India.
India's Maharashtra puts land purchase for Saudi Aramco refinery on hold
India’s western state of Maharashtra has put on hold the process to buy land for the country’s biggest oil refinery that state-run oil companies are building with Saudi Aramco, Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis said, after strong opposition from farmers.
PM Imran Khan says Pakistanis 'on one page' in seeking friendship with India
Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan says his ruling party and the country's influential military want to mend ties and resolve outstanding disputes with arch-foe India.
India’s oil imports from Iran rise 36% in face of US bans
India has reported a whopping jump in oil imports from Iran in October in face of US sanctions that officials in Washington earlier said were meant to bring the Islamic Republic’s crucial sales of oil to zero.
India increases Iran crude oil imports by 36%
India has increased crude oil imports from Iran by 36 percent to reach 2.57 million tons in October compared to 1.89 million tons in the same month last year.
28 drown after bus plunges into canal in India
At least 28 people, many of them children, have drowned after their bus plunged into a canal in India, police say, in the latest tragedy on the world's deadliest roads.
Indian Oil Corp. to buy 180,000bpd of Iranian oil
India's biggest state-owned crude oil refiner Indian Oil Corp. Ltd. aims to lift full volumes under its 2018-19 annual contract with Iran, a company official said on Thursday.
India, Bahrain likely to ink pact for cooperation in space tech
Bahrain’s government is likely to sign an agreement with India early next year for cooperation in space technology, a Bahraini minister said.
India’s green reforms may have hurt environment
Across the world, and especially in India, mining is a controversial industry. Mines damage environment and displace people. To quell these costs, the country has established an environmental clearance process where mining projects require approval.
India's first elephant hospital opens for business
Approaching an elephant, Suzi, carefully, a vet and his assistant draw some blood for routine tests at India's first hospital for the long-trunked mammals, which opened its doors in Uttar Pradesh on Friday (November 16).
India's exports grow at nearly 18 percent,  but trade deficit too widens
India's overall exports, including both merchandise and services, are estimated to be $308.32 billion from April to October, thereby exhibiting a growth of 17.17 percent over the same period last year, said the official data released by the Commerce Ministry.

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