Israel-India relations

Israel’s El Al Sues Over Air India Flights in Saudi Skies

JERUSALEM — Israel’s national carrier filed a lawsuit against the government on Wednesday for allowing Air India to fly over Saudi airspace on its New Delhi-Tel Aviv flights, a move El Al says puts it at an unfair disadvantage.

Passengers and crew members flee away of an El Al aircraft at Ben Gurion International Airport near Tel Aviv Sunday, March 25, 2007. An El Al jet taxiing before takeoff at Ben Gurion International Airport filled with smoke on Sunday, forcing passengers and crew to flee the aircraft on emergency …

Saudi Arabia Denies Giving Israel Permission to Use Airspace

TEL AVIV – What was being hailed as a diplomatic breakthrough in Saudi Arabia’s relations with Israel was shot down before it even began with the Gulf Kingdom’s denial that it had given permission for Israel-bound flights to use its airspace.

A new Qatari committee is to receive compensation claims from major companies such as Qatar Airways, whose Riyadh branch is shown in this picture from June 5, 2017, as well as individuals affected by sanctions against the country

Palestinian Leadership Disappointed By Modi Snub

TEL AVIV – The Palestinian Authority expressed surprise and disappointment at Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s for failing to include Ramallah as a stop during his three-day trip to Israel.

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Netanyahu To Modi: India, Israel A Marriage Made In Heaven

TEL AVIV – Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu told his Indian counterpart Narendra Modi that he was “deeply moved” by Modi’s “making history” and becoming the first Indian prime minister to visit Israel. 

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi (L) shakes hands with Israeli counterpart Benjamin Netanyahu during a press conference in Jerusalem on July 5, 2017

Israel Partners India to Develop New Army Air-Defense Missile

NEW DELHI – India and Israel will co-develop and produce a medium-range surface-to-air missile for use by the Indian Army at a cost of over $2.5 billion, but there is no clarity on which country will own the Intellectual Property Right (IPR) for the newly developed missile.

The Indian missle BrahMos Weapon System is watched by spectators during the Republic Day parade in New Delhi on January 26, 2014. India celebrated its 65th Republic Day with a large military parade in the capital New Delhi and similar events across the country. AFP PHOTO/RAVEENDRAN (Photo credit should read …

Israeli Spox: ‘BDS Is Far From The Indian Mentality’

The Algemeiner reports: The anti-Israel Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions movement has no stronghold in India, a spokesman at the Israeli Embassy in New Delhi told The Algemeiner on Tuesday. “BDS is far from the Indian mentality,” said Ohad Horsandi, who was

A pro-Palestinian demonstrator holds up an anti-Israel poster during a demonstration at the residence entrance of Israel's ambassador to Turkey Gabby Levy, in Ankara, on June 2, 2010 after the May 31 bloodshed on the Gaza-bound aid flotilla.