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India Says No Pressure On It To Limit Energy Purchases From Russia

India, the world's third-biggest crude importer, overtook China to become the biggest buyer of Russian oil in July based on sea-borne volumes, having bought very little from the country before the start of the war in Ukraine in February

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Oil Edges Lower As Supply Disruption Concerns Ease

Oil prices slipped in Asia on Thursday after gaining more than USD one in the previous session, as concerns over supply disruptions eased and markets looked for evidence of improving fuel demand

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Russia Says United States Is Directly Involved In Ukraine War

Russia on Tuesday said that the United States, the world's top military power, was directly involved in the conflict in Ukraine because U.S. spies were approving and coordinating Ukrainian missile strikes on Russian forces

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India Makes Cautious Reaction To Russia-Ukraine Grain Exports Deal

Following its invasion of Ukraine, Russia blocked maritime access to the Ukrainian ports, which resulted in a total halt in the export of millions of tons of grains from that country triggering a global food crisis

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Russia Fines WhatsApp, Snap For Data Storage Violations

Fines were imposed for alleged refusal to store the data of Russian users domestically

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India Boosted Russian Oil Imports In April-May By More Than 400,000 Bpd

Indian refiners have been snapping up relatively cheap Russian oil, shunned by Western companies and countries since sanctions were imposed against Moscow for what it calls a "special military operation" in Ukraine

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Russia Fines Google $34 Mn For Breaching Competition Rules

The FAS cited the company's abuse of its dominant position in the YouTube video hosting services market, as the cause of the penalty

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Russia Aims New Air Strikes At Black Sea Coastal Targets

The Kremlin's forces used air-launched missiles in the attack, Ukraine's Operational Command South said in a Facebook post.

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China Belt & Road Spending Dips In H1, With No Investment In Russia

China's finance and investment spending in Belt and Road countries fell slightly in the first half compared to a year earlier, with no new coal projects and investments in Russia, Egypt and Sri Lanka falling to zero, new research showed

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Nord Stream 1 Gas Pipeline Resumes Flows, Easing Supply Concerns

Governments have been bracing for possible further supply cuts and chasing alternative supplies, although the global gas market was stretched even before the Ukraine crisis, with demand for the fuel recovering from the pandemic-induced downturn

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Russia Buys Indian Tea, Despite Premium Rate: Report

Nayantara Palchoudhari, India Tea Association chairperson told PTI that India’s tea exports to Russia are extremely significant, as there are payment issues with Iran, which is also an important tea importer. Around 18 per cent of India’s tea shipments are sent to Russia

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Iran And Russia's Gazprom Sign Primary Deal For Energy Cooperation

The deal was signed during an online ceremony by the CEOs of both companies on the day Russian President Vladimir Putin arrives in Tehran for a summit with his Iranian and Turkish counterparts

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Poland To Boost Coal Imports, Subsidies Amid Russia Sanctions

The European Union's largest coal producer, dependent on the fuel for some 80 per cent of its electricity generation, in April banned imports of coal from Russia in response to Moscow's invasion of Ukraine

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Russia Defaults On LNG Supplies To India

India's largest gas firm GAIL has a long-term deal to import 2.85 million tonnes of liquefied natural gas (LNG) per annum from a Singapore-based unit of Russian gas producer Gazprom

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Apple And Zoom Fined By Russia For Data Storage Violation

Apple was fined 2 million roubles (USD 34,000), the court in Moscow's Tagansky district said, with Zoom and Ookla, which runs the internet performance tool Speedtest, fined 1 million roubles each

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