India to import Iranian oil using rupee payment mechanism: source - ReutersNEW DELHI (Reuters) - India will import crude oil from Iran using a rupee-based payment mechanism, an industry source involved in discussions told Reuters on Thursday, adding that 50 percent of those payments will be used for exporting items to Tehran.-- https://in.reuters.com/article/india-iran-oil/india-to-import-iranian-oil-using-rupee-payment-mechanism-source-idINKBN1O50XI

India to import Iranian oil using rupee payment mechanism: source - Reuters

India will import crude oil from Iran using a rupee-based payment mechanism, an industry source involved in discussions told Reuters on Thursday, adding that 50 percent of those payments will be used for exporting items to Tehran.

Reuters

India to pay crude oil bill to Iran in rupees as Trump sanctions block European banking channels - Financial Express

Financial Express

India inks pact with Iran to pay crude bill in rupee - Times of India

India Business News: The memorandum of understanding (MoU) was signed following the US letting India and seven other nations to keep buying Iranian oil despite sanctions w

Times of India

Missile launch shows Iran's determination to increase tensions - Arab News Missile launch shows Iran’s determination to increase tensions

Iran’s medium-range ballistic missiles have the capability to carry several warheads. (Reuters)

Arab News

India to import Iranian crude oil using rupee payment mechanism: Source - Business Standard

Read more about India to import Iranian crude oil using rupee payment mechanism: Source on Business Standard. India is Iran's second-biggest buyer of oil after China

Business Standard

India to import Iranian oil using rupee payment mechanism; goods to be exported to Tehran for 50% payment - Firstpost India to import Iranian crude using rupee payment system; 50% funds to be earmarked to settle Tehran’s export bills - Firstpost

The United States last month re-imposed sanctions on Iran’s oil exports to punish Tehran for its involvement in several Middle Eastern conflicts.

Firstpost

Iran Passes Anti-Terror Funding Bill to Remove it From Black List - Al-Bawaba

Al-Bawaba

Iranian official: Country has new buyers of oil - AzerNews

Iranian First Vice President Iskhak Jahangiri pointed to U.S. sanctions on oil exports from Iran and said that Iran had found new buyers and they had already bought Iranian oil, reports IRNA.

AzerNews

A Look at Iranian Newspaper Front Pages on December 6 - IFP News A Look at Iranian Newspaper Front Pages on December 6, 2018

IFP has taken a look at the front pages of Iranian newspapers on Thursday, December 6, 2018, and picked headlines from 13 of them. IFP has simply translated the headlines and does not vouch for their accuracy.

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US, EU or protestors: Who has the final word on Iran? - Al-Arabiya US, EU or protestors: Who has the final word on Iran?

The Trump administration on November 20, 2018 announced new sanctions designed to disrupt an alleged Iranian and Russian scheme to ship oil to Syria,

Al-Arabiya