The India-Israel relationship stretches across many different fields and includes military and strategic ties, bilateral trade, science and technology collaboration, tourism, agriculture and cultural ties. The India-Israel bond gathered momentum when Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu visited India for five days in January 2018.
The strong ties between Israel and India have seen numerous collaborations, with some of the most notable being related to the coronavirus pandemic.
Delegation collected 20,000 samples from confirmed coronavirus patients within nine days
The partnership allows India to use Israeli technology to speed up identification and treatment of COVID-19.
Passengers received protective gloves and masks as they prepared for takeoff.
The American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee (JDC) has planned to send emergency medical services and supplies to Indonesia after the Tsunami's aftermath.
Akshay Kumar, Madhuri Dixit, and Shilpa Shetty are among those appearing in Rishon Lezion next month.
Singer Pushkar Lele brings the ‘living art’ of Hindustani music to Jerusalem’s Confederation House.
Israel mum on move, Saudis deny permission granted; flights to New Delhi to start next month
Israeli and Indian companies will extract drinking water from thin air.
Prime Minister ends speech by inviting Bollywood stars for an on-stage selfie so that 'millions of people can see the amazing friendship between both our countries.'
"If [Indian Prime Minister] Modi makes it clear that he likes Israel and Netanyahu, and believes they can help India, that flows down to the people on the street."
The policy is truly a revolution in Indo-Israel ties.
Holtzberg thanked God for sparing his after a 2008 terrorist attack claimed the lives of his parents, Rivka and Gavriel.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu calls Mahatma Gandhi "one of humanity's great prophets of inspiration."
The prime minister received a rare "cultural roadshow" in Gujarat on Wednesday.
Folk artists performed along the eight kilometer-long route of the roadshow from the airport and thousands lined the roads amid tight security.
Israel has given New Delhi a list of 200 products on which it would like tariffs removed, to make it easier for Israelis to overcome unwieldy bureaucracy in India.
Indian Prime Minister Modi said that "one vote does not change the overall pattern" of ties between the two countries, which he said is of “a very close relationship that is getting closer."
The leaders also discussed issues they don’t agree on, including Iran and the Palestinians.
Cancellation of such a large deal is liable to deal Israel's Rafael Defense Systems a serious blow.
Netanyahu, accompanied by his wife Sara Netanyahu, went to the site where Mahatma Ghandi was cremated. He wore white slippers, he and his wife laid a wreath on the tomb.
Trips such as this one to India are critically important for Netanyahu politically, because they shift the spotlight, ever so briefly, from scandals to statesmanship.
Five-day visit begins with gesture of warmth from Modi; PM hints missile deal may be revived.
Diplomatic reporter Herb Keinon accompanied the Israeli prime minister on the 5-day trip.
A quote from the letter written to the Israeli Prime Minister noted, "Our Indian Prime Minister Mr. Narendra Modi addressed a gathering of approximately 8000 Indians in Tel Aviv.”
During his six day visit Netanyahu will visit Ahmedabad, Mumbai and Agra as well as meeting Indian President Ram Nath Kovind.
New Delhi will buy Spike antitank guided weapons, media reports say
Netanyahu’s visit to India comes just seven months after Modi made the first ever visit by an Indian prime minister to Israel.
Rumors that the deal with Rafael to buy 8,000 Spike missiles was cancelled first surfaced in November.
The Indian Foreign Ministry's bland statement made no reference to Jerusalem and prompted criticism at home that it was insufficient, vague and anti-Palestinian.
Rafael Advanced Defense Systems: We are not aware of this decision
Defense ties between Israel and India have grown in the past few years, with Delhi becoming a major purchaser of Israeli military hardware.
Israelis aren't overly excited to work with Indian partners, but the big money from some of the giant corporations compensated for the lack of affection.
A high-ranking delegation from India, the world’s third-biggest oil consumer, visited Israel last month to discuss taking part in the tender for blocks in the Mediterranean Sea.
The Herzliya Marina branch of the kosher steakhouse chain takes off.
India has become one of Israel’s largest buyers of military hardware.
An Indian journalist asks the hard questions and tries not to spoil the Israeli-Indian love affair.
It is an irony of history that it took the approaching centenary for an Indian prime minister to visit Israel, says a senior researcher at the Hebrew University.
From the best selling book by a famous Israeli publicist, on India of course, to the Israeli singer bringing Indian music to Tel Aviv.
The IDF employs dogs to fill several tasks including bomb sniffing, attack and guarding duties and search and rescue missions.
Indian officials ran practice drills exposing personnel and the general public to the stench.
“They have more than 100 million cows and they have the lowest efficiency. So there is a lot of room to improve.”
Indian prime minister Narendra Modi keen to learn more about Israeli model of community based medical service.
Special from India: Modi's policies will continue to disrupt and change Nehru-Gandhi consensus on foreign policy, courtesy of his personal and impersonal network.
What's next on Israeli's diplomacy agenda?
India, unlike many of the European countries, does not like “megaphone diplomacy.”
Maharashtra has an estimated population of 116 million, and is the world’s second-most populous sub-national entity.
The Indian perspective: Modi appears to be adopting some of Israel's attitudes and mannerisms on multiple issues from security to diaspora outreach.
Follow The Jerusalem Post for the latest coverage of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi's Israel visit.
Considered to be the last major cavalry campaign in military history, the 1918 battle will be honored by Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
Modi: It is India’s hope that peace, dialogue and restraint will prevail.
JPost coverage of the Indian PM's address to thousands of people at a large-scale event at the Tel Aviv fairgrounds.
While accompanying Indian PM, Netanyahu invited 10-year-old Moshe Holtzberg,survivor of the 2008 Mumbai terrorist attack, to join him on an upcoming visit to India.
Spice up your kitchen with these unique and enticing recipes inspired by the best of Indian cuisine.
Israel’s venture capital community is beginning to truly discover India and its enormous potential not for just the IT sector, but also for many different hi-tech fields.
It's been a warm and affectionate visit full of bear hugs, kind words, and floral gestures.
Mutual felicitations flow between Israeli president and India's first visiting prime minister in Jerusalem meeting.
The partnership announcement coincided with the arrival to Israel of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his accompanying business delegation.
Let’s be realistic. The ability and resources of a country of only 8.3 million people, with plenty of its own challenges to deal with, can only go so far.
Netanyahu: "We love India."
As first visiting Indian PM in Israel, Modi describes Yad Vashem as a "poignant reminder of unspeakable evil."
Follow The JPost for the latest coverage of the Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi and his visit to Israel.
Tune into Jpost.com for live coverage of the visit starting with Narendra Modi's arrival at Ben-Gurion Airport at 4 p.m.
Executive Editor of 'India Today': Prime Minister Modi will make history by becoming the first Indian PM to visit Israel. This is his chance to take their ‘Jai Jawan Jai Kisan’ ties to the next level
Indians admire the courage with which tiny Israel has held forth against hostile neighbors out to exterminate the Jewish homeland.
Ordinarily, Netanyahu meets heads of government for one meeting, and often times a dinner or lunch meeting as well.
Moments before the historic visit of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi in Israel, the Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs asked a few Indian citizens who live in Israel to share their experiences.
“One thing our prime minister likes to do is connect with Indians overseas, not just Indian nationals, but people of Indian origin.”
NaanDanJain brings water sources to previously dry areas in India.
Indian Prime Minister Narenda Modi will land in Jerusalem Tuesday. What's in store for the strategic defense partners?
Israelis are very excited to see Narendra Modi arrive in the country for a first-time visit by a sitting Indian premier, so much so, that they sent Modi moving, personal messages.
King David Hotel continues preparations ahead of Indian Prime Minister's landmark visit.
'While progress is expected in defense trade and cooperation, there are frictions elsewhere,' says Indian official ahead of meeting.
Cabinet to pass decisions on expanding relations in trade, innovation and tourism.
“The market of tomorrow is India and China and the rest of Asia.”
On Wednesday, the world, including Israel, will mark the International Day of Yoga.
Indian PM Modi’s decision not to meet with Palestinians when he visits shows his political confidence
According to the Embassy of India in Tel Aviv, Israel is home to approximately 85,000 Jews of Indian-origin, the majority of whom made Israel their home in the 1950s and 1960s.
Indian prime minister due to visit Israel in July.
Israel and India are marking 25 years of diplomatic ties in 2017.
Exercises will take place near the southern city of Eilat at the Air Force’s Uvda airbase.
A spokesman at the Foreign Ministry in Jerusalem confirmed that the Indian prime minister will be arriving in early July.
As in other cuisines, Indian chefs use their imagination to come up with new dishes that taste “Indian.”
A visit to Kochi finds a small Jewish community intent on keeping their heritage alive.
The Celebrating India in Israel Festival features dance, music, literature, film and clothing.