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Indian carriers to avoid flying in affected areas of Iran airspace

Air India’s Chairman and Managing Director Ashwani Lohani said that there will be no substantial effect of this on the flag-carrier’s flights but the airline was assessing the rerouting of incoming flights.

Amid US-Iran tensions, Indian airlines to avoid Iranian airspace, says DGCA

"All Indian operators in consultation with DGCA have decided to avoid the affected part of Iranian Airspace to ensure safe travel for the passengers. They will re-route flights suitably," the DGCA said on Twitter.

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Why tanker blasts in the Gulf of Oman have put the world on edge

The explosions, which the United States called deliberate attacks by Iran, may have been a tacit threat to choke off a vital artery of the global economy.

From China to UK, how global powers reacted to the tanker attacks in Gulf of Oman

While some nations have backed the US in its claims that Iran had carried out the attack, other nations have called for further talks on the attacks.

War, what is it good for? The military-industrial complex

Donald Trump’s threat to erase Iran is causing unrest elsewhere.

India stopped purchasing Iranian oil after US waivers expired: Envoy

Indian Ambassador to the US, Harsh Vardhan Shringla said India has also ended oil import from Venezuela despite feeling the pinch.

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Iran quadruples production of enriched uranium: Officials

Tehran has set a July 7 deadline for Europe to set new terms for the deal, or it will enrich closer to weapons-grade levels in the Middle East that is already on edge.

Shiite clerics warn Iraq could be pulled into US-Iran war

Their comments came few hours after a rocket was fired into the Iraqi capital's heavily fortified Green Zone, landing less than a mile from the US Embassy.

Amid US-Iran heat, Tehran sends its Foreign Minister to New Delhi for talks

Zarif and Swaraj are also likely to discuss the future of the Chabahar port project because the Trump administration has assured that exemption on Chabahar will continue.

Pentagon deploys warship, Patriot missiles in Middle East to deter Iranian 'threats'

The approval to deploy additional military asset against Iran has been done at the request of US Central Command, it said, adding that the Pentagon continues to closely monitor the activities of the Iranian regime, their military and proxies.

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