Russia Ukraine News Live Updates: ‘Stop Playing’ with Russia, End the War; Zelensky tells West
Zelenskyy’s criticism of the West has intensified in recent days as the European Union slowly moves towards a possible Russian oil embargo and thousands of Russian forces attempt to encircle two key eastern cities of Sievierodonetsk and Lysychansk.
Three months after its invasion of Ukraine, Russia has abandoned its assault on the capital Kyiv and is trying to consolidate control of the industrial region of eastern Donbass, where it has supported a separatist revolt since 2014.
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Sri Lanka to restructure public transport to minimize impact of fuel crisis
Indian grandmaster R Praggnanandhaa loses to Ding Liren in the final of the Meltwater Champions Chess Tour Chessable Masters tournament
Kerala CM Pinarayi Vijayan in Kochi
Last year, 486 anti-Christian attacks took place in many parts of the country. Some in the Sangh Parivar think the same can happen in our state. But unlike other states, they know that drastic measures will be taken here
Anniversary of the death of Jawaharlal Nehru
Congress leaders pay floral tribute to India’s first Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru on the anniversary of his death, at h… https://t.co/DVOlzSoPiq
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Zelensky accuses Russia of “genocide” in the Donbass
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has accused Russia of carrying out “an overt policy of genocide” in the eastern region of Donbass. Moscow’s offensive in the Donbass could end up leaving the region “uninhabited”.
Terrorist LeT, involved in the murder of TV artist Amreen Bhat, neutralized: IGP Kashmir
Delhi Drone Festival
PM Modi to inaugurate India’s largest drone festival today at Delhi’s Pragati Maidan
Political crisis in Pakistan
Imran Khan tears Pakistan govt up after oil price hike, praises India
US confirms 9 cases of monkeypox
The United States has confirmed nine cases of monkeypox in seven states, according to the United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Shooting in Texas
Husband of Texas shooting victim, ‘school sweetheart,’ dies of cardiac arrest
International Booker Prize 2022
Delhi-based writer Geetanjali Shree has become the first Indian writer to win the International Booker Prize. Her novel titled Ret Samadhi, translated into English as “Tomb of Sand” by Daisy Rockwell, won the International Booker Prize. It was the first Hindi-language book to be shortlisted for the £50,000 prize.
Tejashwi slams United’s Janata Dal alliance talks as ‘imaginary’