Israeli Team in India Successfully Completes Phase in Quest for Rapid Diagnosis Solution for...

The four tech systems being tested are the Corona voice test, breathalyzer test based on terahertz waves, isothermal test, and polyamine acids test.

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."

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.

Netanyahu Congratulates India’s PM Modi on Landslide Victory for Re-election

The two men are warm friends, as was seen in their mutual state visits to each other's countries in 2017 and 2018.

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.

Israel’s National Security Adviser Visits India’s PM Narendra Modi

Ben-Shabbat flew to India on an Air India flight that passed through Saudi Arabian airspace.

India Cancels $500M Arms Deal with Israel’s Rafael

India's defense ministry instead decided this month to cancel the deal in deference to indigenous production.

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.”

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.

Northeastern India’s ‘Lost Jewish Tribe’ Lights First Candle of Hanukkah

A DNA testing done in 2003 and 2004 of several hundred men of this group showed no evidence of Middle Eastern ancestry.

Israel Seeks Green Light to Fly via Saudi Airspace Direct to India

“We don’t see a difference between the Israeli passengers of Israeli companies and the Israeli passengers of non-Israeli companies.”

2008 Terror Massacre Survivor Moshe Holtzberg Arrives in Mumbai

It’s the first time Moshe Holtzberg has been to India since his parents, Rabbi Gavriel and Rivka Holtzberg, were killed on November 26, 2008.

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."

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."

Mossad Joins Probe of Terror Attack on Israeli Embassy in India

Immigration and airport officials are on alert to watch for international passengers scheduled to fly out in the next 48-72 hours, and nearby hotels are being checked.

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.

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.

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.

Bar-Ilan Features Exhibit on the Synagogues of India

Waronker's work includes numerous paintings of India's unique houses of worship, eighteen of which are currently on display at the Department of Jewish Art at Bar-Ilan University.

Health Ministry Warns Israelis Not to Travel Abroad Unnecessarily

“We must do everything we can to avoid introducing mutations.”

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.

India Commits $36.1 Million to Building Hospital, Printing Press, Schools in the PA

To put the Indian charity donation in perspective, as of 2014, India is Israel's tenth-largest trade partner.

India Suspends Soros-Controlled Think Tank

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

Having Beaten El Al in Battle over Tel Aviv–Delhi Line, Air India Faces Bankruptcy

In late July Air India was forced to ground two of its aircraft operating between Mumbai and Newark, after passengers complained of being bitten by bedbugs.

Synagogues of India Featured in Art Exhibit at Bar Ilan University

The work is shown with permission of the painter and support from the Indian Jewish Heritage Center of Israel and Embassy of India in Tel Aviv.

India Oil Firm Cancels Imports from Iran

The company is ending the relationship in order to keep its insurance coverage once new sanctions against Iran by the United States take effect.

Indian PM in Palestinian Authority Visit: ‘Arafat Was One of the World’s Greatest Leaders’

Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrived in Ramallah on Saturday from Jordan in a helicopter, courtesy of King Abdullah.

Report: Indian Army Pushing to Keep Israeli $550 Million Deal

The Indian military wants to buy 8,000 Rafael Spike missiles, as well as 300 launchers, as part of PM Modi's plan to gain the upper hand in his country's unending border disputes with its volatile neighbor Pakistan.

Here We Go Again: Israeli Traveler Caught with 2.5 Kilos of Cannabis in India

In the past year, 12 Israelis have been arrested in India for possession of Indian hashish – the same substance that was found in the luggage of celebrity charas user Naama Issachar in Moscow airport.

India Bids on Israeli Gas Exploration License

Israel recently issued tenders for drilling 24 blocs of 400 square kilometers.

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