India Police Arrest 2 Jewish Women for Tearing Down Pro-Hamas Poster

One woman stressed that she was tearing down the poster for the Jewish people.

India to Send 10,000 Laborers to Israel by June

The first group of Indian workers has already departed for Israel, Indian officials announced.

Explosion Near Israel’s Embassy in New Delhi, India

The incident comes as India's Navy announces that it plans to deploy three warships and reconnaissance aircraft in the Arabia Sea to "maintain a deterrent presence."

India’s ‘Lost Jews’ Celebrate Hanukkah

"This Hanukkah, the community unites in prayer, expressing collective hopes for the safety of Israel's soldiers and the secure return of all hostages in Gaza."

Israel Confirms Lashkar-e-Taiba as Terrorist Group, Says It’s High Time India Did the Same...

Yojna Patel, India's deputy permanent representative to the UN, said the Hamas massacre in Israel was “shocking and deserves condemnation."

Washington, Jerusalem Divided on Latter’s Role in New ‘Economic Corridor’

“Biden’s team holds grudges. It will never appreciate Israel for the ally it is,” said Michael Rubin of the American Enterprise Institute.

Israel to Join Economic Corridor Linking India with Middle East, Europe

"The initiative includes the construction of railways, the laying of a hydrogen pipeline, the energy of the future, the laying of fiber optic communications cables, the laying of electricity cables and more infrastructure."

India Seeks to Join Israel-Cyprus-Greece Alliance

The announcement came during a trilateral summit held in Nicosia.

185 Israelis Still Out of Reach in India after Massive Flooding

Israel's deputy ambassador to India, Ohad Naksh Kiner, is touring the disaster areas using a special helicopter rented by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

Acquisition of HELA Systems Underscores Israeli-Indian Military Partnership

Based in Hyderabad, HELA manufactures radar and electronic warfare systems, and installs and maintains acquisition and missile guidance radars, among other defense products and services.

Bnei Menashe Killed, Homes Burnt in Crossfire Between Warring Tribes in India

Bnei Menashe believe they are descendants of the Lost Tribe of Menashe.

India Suspends Soros-Controlled Think Tank

CPR is in partnership with Namati, an international legal empowerment group supported by financier George Soros. 

Netanyahu Declares Haifa Port Privatization a ‘Holiday’

"This day is a “holiday for the city of Haifa, a holiday for the State of Israel, a holiday for India, a holiday for our relations with India and a holiday for the economy of the region and the economy of the world.”

Araba Desert Ancient Cotton and Silk Fabrics Point to Israeli Silk Road to China

The findings are the first evidence of an 'Israeli Silk Road' through the Araba connecting East and West.

Netanyahu, Modi Vow to Advance Israel-India Ties

Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte also called Netanyahu to congratulate him on the formation of the new Israeli government.

India-Led Consortium Completes $1.15 Billion Purchase of Haifa Port

The purchase is not related to the separate Chinese-operated Haifa Bayport Terminal across the bay, which has been a source of US concern.

Putin Critic Tycoon Pavel Antov Defenestrated in New Delhi

Investigators attribute Antov’s death to suicide, after the death of his friend, Vladimir Bidnov in the same hotel.

IAI Opens New Indian Subsidiary in New Delhi

IAI described its investment in ASI as a strong demonstration of its support for the Indian government’s ‘Atmanirbhar Bharat’- MAKE IN INDIA vision.

Israel, US, India & UAE Hold First-Ever I2U2 Virtual Summit

Lapid said the summit was aimed at improving the ability of the participants' nations "to cooperate quickly to make the most of our comparative advantages."

Young Indians Celebrate their Bar/Bat Mitzvah at the Kotel

Mumbai is home to some 1,500 Jews, but the city does not have an organized Jewish community.

Cool Victory: Unilever Grants Ben & Jerry’s Israel the Right to Continue Selling in...

In the end, Unilever announced on Wednesday that it had sold its Ben & Jerry’s business interests in Israel to Zinger.

Israel and India Celebrate 30 Years of Diplomatic Relations

The anniversary marks three decades of “a wonderful partnership, a deep cultural connection, military and economic cooperation,” says Israeli Prime MInister Naftali Bennett.

Report: Indian Army Deploys Israeli-Made Heron Drones to Monitor Chinese Movements

“[They] are more advanced than the ones in the inventory of the force, including their anti-jamming capability,” according to Indian media.

India, Israel to Start Free-Trade Talks in Hopes of Agreement

According to India’s Ministry of Commerce and Industry, trade between the countries was $4.67 billion by the end of the last fiscal year.

KKL-JNF Rededicates Grove Planted by 23 Indian Farmers 60 Years Ago

"It's important to keep going back into history and keep finding other connections between us."

Lost Tribe of Bnei Menashe Celebrates Sukkot in Northeastern India

The Bnei Menashe, or sons of Manasseh, claim descent from one of the Ten Lost Tribes of Israel.

Israeli Radar Company Signs Agreement with Defense Technology Firm in India

The partnership will help set up joint initiatives for the production, marketing, sale, adaption and support of tactical radars.

In Wake of COVID Cases in India, OU Raises Money for Oxygen Concentrators

The country is facing a skyrocketing number of infections and an overstretched medical system.

India Requests Anti-Corona Drug from Ichilov Hospital as Israel Prepares Medical Aid Flights

Hundreds of oxygen generators, respirators, and other pieces of medical equipment are being sent Tuesday from Israel to India.


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