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'Russia will pay for its current war in Ukraine'

News: Russia will pay for a Soviet-era famine that left millions of Ukrainians dead during the winter of 1932-33 and for its actions in the...


Russia’s attack on energy infrastructure amounts to genocide: Ukraine

News: Russia’s attacks on Ukrainian energy infrastructure amount to genocide, a top Ukrainian official said. People across Ukraine are...


Iranian advisors helping Russians killed, says Ukraine

News: Secretary of Ukraine’s national security and defence council, stated that Iranians were present in Crimea to help Russia pilot,...


Ukraine scrambles to restore Russia-hit power grid

News: Much of Ukraine remained without heat or power after the most devastating Russian air strikes on its energy grid so far, and in Kyiv...


US senators urge Biden to reconsider selling Ukraine 'lethal' drones

News: A bipartisan group of 16 United States senators has asked the Biden administration to carefully reconsider Ukraine’s request for...


Ukraine detains man accused of freeing Kherson inmates

News: Ukrainian investigators have detained a prison official in the recently liberated city of Kherson suspected of committing treason by...


Zelenskyy visits liberated Kherson, says probe reveals over 400 Russian war crimes

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy said that investigators had uncovered more than 400 Russian war crimes and found the bodies of both...


Russia begins troop withdrawal from Kherson

Russia has ordered its troops to withdraw from the city of Kherson in southern Ukraine in a further blow to its campaign amid a Ukrainian...


Brigadier Bhaduri's debut book offers a realistic glimpse into Indian soldiers’ way of life

Brigadier Satyesh Nath Bhaduri (Retd), a third-generation Army officer, is the author of ‘A Jolly Good Fellow's Olive Green Nostalgia’.

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India tests long-range interceptor missile

India conducted a critical test to validate and showcase its ballistic missile defence (BMD) capabilities to intercept long-range missiles,...


India, Singapore air forces resume joint drill after two-year lull

The Indian Air Force (IAF) and the Republic of Singapore Air Force (RSAF) began their six-week-long 11th annual Joint Military Training...


Russian forces under ‘tense situation’ in Kherson

Russian forces in Kherson, Ukraine have been driven back by 20-30 km (13-20 miles) in the last few weeks and are at risk of being pinned...


11 dead, 15 hurt as two open fire at Russian military ground

Two gunmen opened fire at a Russian military training ground near Ukraine, killing at least 11 people and wounding 15 others, according to...


Day after UN resolution, Russia targets 40 Ukrainian cities with missiles

Russian missiles pounded more than 40 Ukrainian cities and towns, officials said today, after a United Nations General Assembly resolution.


Ukraine President hails Lyman capture; requests NATO membership

Ukraine's President Volodymyr Zelenskyy hailed the capture of Lyman from Russian control as Ukrainian forces continued their...


Russia withdraws troops from Ukraine's Lyman

Russia said it has withdrawn its troops from the once-occupied city of Lyman, as Ukraine’s eastern counteroffensive recaptures more...


Putin orders partial mobilisation of citizens

Russian President Vladimir Putin ordered a partial mobilisation of citizens, in a measure that appeared to be an admission that Moscow's war...


'Putin unable to achieve Ukraine goal'

Russian forces and stretched resources in Ukraine show that Moscow’s forces are incapable of achieving President Vladimir Putin’s...


US gives nod to USD 600 million additional military aid for Ukraine

US has approved a new package of up to USD 600 million in additional military aid for Ukraine, as Washington moves to support Kyiv's...


Russia loses control of Ukraine's key northeastern pockets

Ukraine hailed it as a turning point in the 6-month-long war, with thousands of Russian soldiers leaving behind ammunition stockpiles and...


‘Credible’ reports of Ukrainian children being transferred to Russia: UN

The UN said there are credible accusations that Russian forces have sent Ukrainian children to Russia for adoption as part of a larger-scale...


Russia postpones Kherson referendum in Ukraine amid fighting

Russia postpones Kherson referendum in Ukraine even as reports emerged of a Ukrainian counteroffensive in the region.


PM Modi commissions 'INS Vikrant', first India-made aircraft carrier

In a major boost to India's naval capabilities, Prime Minister Narendra Modi commissioned INS Vikrant, India's first made-in-India aircraft...


‘Russia will continue its war against Ukraine even if it drops NATO plan’

Former Russian President Dmitry Medvedev has said that Russia would not stop the war even if Ukraine dropped its hopes of joining the North...


Drone Federation of India, Army join hands in drone innovation project

The Drone Federation of India (DFI) and Indian Army, represented by the Army Design Bureau (ADB), signed a memorandum of understanding...