• M K Bhadrakumar 2019/01/12

    By M K Bhadrakumar

    ‘Gadkari effect’ on growing Iran-India relations

    TEHRAN - If the ‘Newton Effect’ in physics has an equivalent in international diplomacy, we can describe what is happening to India-Iran relations as the ‘Gadkari Effect’. Like in the case of the 18th century English scientist Isaac Newton’s optical property of physics, the minister in the Indian government Nitin Gadkari – arguably, by far the best performing colleague of Prime Minister Narendra Modi – has created a series of concentric, alternating rings centered at the point of contact between the Indian and Iranian economies.

  • Iran, India trade ties on strong footing 2019-01-10 11:46

    Raisina Dialogue: 'Ensuring zero tolerance towards terrorism need of hour'

    TEHRAN - Asserting that no country is immune to the “existential threat” of terrorism, India's External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj on Wednesday said the need of hour is to ensure zero tolerance towards terrorism and those using it as an “instrument of convenience”.

  • MPs not interested in impeaching Zarif: lawmaker 2018-12-02 21:16

    MPs not interested in impeaching Zarif: lawmaker

    TEHRAN – Head of the Independents faction in parliament said on Sunday that members of different parliamentary blocs have not shown much interest in impeaching Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif.

  • ‘The world will laugh at Netanyahu’s anti-Iran show’ 2018-09-28 20:38

    ‘The world will laugh at Netanyahu’s anti-Iran show’

    TEHRAN – The world will laugh at Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s claims about a secret atomic warehouse in Tehran, Foreign Ministry spokesman Bahram Qassemi has said.