Red Sea Crisis Hits India

Just last week, an attack on a tanker off the western coast of India sent shockwaves through the country. The vessel, carrying valuable oil from Saudi Arabia to the Mangalore Port in southern India, fell victim to an explosion and fire. Prime Minister Narendra Modi had earlier called for dialogue and restraint to deal with the Israel-Hamas crisis. India had also voted in favour of a humanitarian ceasefire at the United Nations. But there is no end in sight for the conflict, which has dragged on for over two months. The costs of the crisis are now being paid by countries across the world as Houthi rebels vow to continue the attacks.

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