Red Sea

Choppy Waters

In the vast tapestry of global commerce, disruptions often emerge from unexpected quarters, sending shockwaves through delicate supply chains.

Red Sea Turmoil

The Red Sea is a narrow inland sea corridor between the Arabian Peninsula and Africa. It extends southeast from Suez at Egypt for about 2,000 km to the Strait of Mandeb which connects with the Gulf of Aden and then with the Arabian Sea.

Robust response

In a strategic move echoing its growing capability and commitment to global stability, India has deployed an unprecedented naval force east of the Red Sea to counter the resurgence of piracy.

Choppy waters

In a world where chaos seems to be finding new fronts, the recent surge in maritime tensions paints a disturbing picture of a once serene expanse turned battleground.

Is India a mediator?

Indian foreign minister Dr S Jaishankar visited Tehran on Monday and met his counterpart, Hossein Amirabdollahian. He also called on the Iranian President, Ebrahim Raisi.

Oil and gas prices rise as BP stops Red Sea shipments

Oil and natural gas prices rose sharply on Monday after BP said it would pause all shipments through the Red Sea because of increased attacks on commercial vessels by Houthi militants in Yemen, a media report said.