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India keen on boosting ties with Iran: Narendra Modi

New Delhi, Dec 29: Prime Minister Narendra Modi said India attaches high importance to its relations with Iran.During his meeting with the Iran's Economic Affairs and Finance minister Dr. Ali Tayyebnia, Prime Minister expressed readiness to further strengthen bilateral relations with the country, including in the areas of trade, investment, oil and gas, connectivity, port development.


Dr. Ali Tayyebnia is in New Delhi for the bilateral Joint Commission meeting co-chaired by External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj. Prime Minister Modi also recalled his fruitful meeting with Iranian President Rouhani in Ufa, on the sidelines of the BRICS Summit, in July this year.

Office of profit case: EC fixes date for hearing final arguments

New Delhi : The Election Commission of India (ECI) on Tuesday fixed July 23 for hearing the final arguments in the matter of disqualification of 20 Aa...

Rs 163cr cash, 100 kg gold biscuits seized in TN

New Delhi : The Income Tax (IT) department on Monday stated to have seized Rs. 163-crore in cash and about 100-kg gold bars following raids at multipl...

Mayawati removes BSP leader from post for Rahul Gandhi comment

New Delhi : Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) supremo Mayawati has removed party vice-chairperson and national coordinator Jaiprakash Singh after he called Co...

High wholesale vegetable prices leave common man burdened

Chandigarh : The common man is bearing the brunt of the increased wholesale prices of vegetables in India.India's wholesale inflation grew 5.77 percen...