Vladimir Putin

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Vladimir Putin Assassination Attempt: Putin’s Car Attacked, Driven To Safety As Smoke Emerged Out

In a failed assassination attempt, Russian president Vladimir Putin’s car was hit, and Putin was quickly driven to safety. Reportedly, the left from wheel of Putin’s limousine was hit, and smoke started to emerge out of the car. With this, several arrests have been made in connection with the assassination attempt. Notably, Putin in 2017, said that he has survived at least five assassination attempts.

Thu, 15 Sep 2022 - 02:30 PM / by Shibu Immanuel S

Tags: Russia, Vladimir Putin, Assassination Attempt, Moscow, Ukraine

Courtesy: Hindustan Times

US State Department spokesperson Ned Price

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US Defends India's Policy Choices Amid Ukraine Conflict

The Unites States appeared to be supporting India's foreign decisions in the midst of Ukraine war, stating that it will take a long time for nations with longstanding links to Moscow to realign their foreign policy. US State Department spokesperson Ned Price made these comments addressing a question on US "failure" to isolate Russia. Despite rising sanctions on Moscow, India continues to interact with Russia on a variety of subjects.

Thu, 18 Aug 2022 - 04:07 PM / by Vidhi Jhunjhunwala

Tags: USA, Russia, India, Ukraine conflict, Moscow

Courtesy: ANI


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Russia Reports First Case Of Monkeypox Virus; Patient Recently Returned From Europe

Russia has officially detected its first of Monkeypox Virus, on July 12. Reportedly, the patient is a young male, who recently returned from Europe. Reportedly, the patient showed mild symptoms, which included a rash, and is now isolated. WHO in the last week of June, stated that Monkeypox outbreak is not a global health concern currently, however, to control further spread of the virus "intense response efforts" must be taken.

Tue, 12 Jul 2022 - 05:09 PM / by Shibu Immanuel S

Tags: Monkeypox, Russia, Moscow, WHO, Smallpox

Courtesy: ANI

Vladimir Putin

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Putin May Temporarily Hand Over Power As He Undergoes Cancer Treatment: Report

Russian President Vladimir Putin may temporarily hand over power to the Secretary of the Security Council of the Russian Federation, Nikolai Patrushev. A New York Post report claims that Putin has recently been suffering from a host of ailments, including Parkinson's disease and cancer. The report also claims that Putin has been visited by an oncologist several times in recent years. There is no official information yet.

Tue, 03 May 2022 - 07:43 PM / by Varun Das

Tags: Vladimir Putin, Russia, Moscow, Russian President, Russia-Ukraine

Courtesy: NDTV

The World Bank

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World Bank Halts All Projects In Russia, Belarus: Russia-Ukraine Crisis

The World Bank on March 2, announced halting all of its ongoing projects in Russia and Belarus with immediate effects in response to the invasion of Ukraine. "There has also been no new leading approved to Belarus since mid-2020," informed the international financial institution. Meanwhile, on March 1, the World bank announced $3 billion in support to Ukraine along with IMF's emergency assistance to the country.

Thu, 03 Mar 2022 - 11:03 AM / by Madhvi Jha

Tags: World Bank, Russia, Ukraine, Moscow, Belarus

Courtesy: ANI


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UNSC Security Council To Vote On Resolution Condemning Russia On Feb 25

Amid the Russia-Ukraine crisis, UN Security Council is expected to vote on a resolution condemning Russia in the strongest terms for attacking Ukraine. The proposal will be voted by Moscow under the Russian presidency at 3 pm. "We will wait to see the shape that this resolution takes," said Foreign Secretary Harsh Vardha Shringla. Earlier Russian military attacked Ukraine which was condemned by the UK, US, Canada, and European countries. 

Fri, 25 Feb 2022 - 09:35 AM / by Madhvi Jha

Tags: UNSC, Russia, Ukraine, Moscow, United Nations

Courtesy: ANI

US President Joe Biden

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Joe Biden Announces Sanctions Against Russia: Russia-Ukraine Issue

Amid ongoing Ukraine-Russia issue, the US President Joe Biden, on February 22, announced sanctions against Russia. "We're implementing sanction on Russia sovereign debt. That means we've cut off Russia's Government from western financing". The decision came after several warnings to Moscow, Russia to stop invasion to Ukraine and aggression. Besides US, its ally European Union also launched sanctions. The measures could intensify, if Russia… read-more

Wed, 23 Feb 2022 - 12:07 PM / by Varsha Joshi

Tags: Ukraine-Russia crisis, Russian Sovereignty, US President, Joe BIden, Moscow

Angara A5

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Russian Rocket Angara-A5 To Be Launched On Dec 23

The Russian heavy-lift rocket, Angara-A5 will reportedly be launched from the Plesetsk Cosmodrome, which is the third of 17 such launches which is scheduled to take place before 2028. A source said, "the launch of Angara-A5 will take place on December 23 at 18:00 [Moscow time, 15:00 GMT]." Furthermore, the reserve date for the launch is scheduled on December 24. Besides, the first launch took place on December 23, 2014.

Thu, 09 Dec 2021 - 07:08 PM / by Nehal Surana

Tags: Russia, Rocket, Launch, World news, Moscow

Courtesy: ANI

covid In Russia

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Russia Reports 34,690 New COVID-19 Cases In The Last 24 Hours

Russia Reported 34,690 covid-19 cases in the last 24 hours bringing a commutative up to 9,502,879 cases in the country, according to the federal response center. Moscow alone registered 3,929 and Saint Petersburg with 1,704 new COVID-19 cases. Moreover, the response centre reported 1,235 deaths, bringing the total death toll to 270,292. The rate of increase in the active cases lies at 0.37 per cent, according to the centre. 

Fri, 26 Nov 2021 - 04:51 PM / by SAM RAHUL RAJASHEKHAR

Tags: covid 19, Russia, Moscow, saint Petersberg, Coronavirus

Courtesy: ANI

Russia's Lunar Program.

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Russia Postpones Moon Mission 'Luna-25' Untill July 2022

Russia's space agency rescheduled the launch of automatic interplanetary station Luna-25 in July next year, said Dmitry Rogozin, Roscosmos state space corporation chief on November 20. This is said to be Russia's first lunar program for the south pole of the moon, reported UNI. Earlier in August, the launch was also postponed to carry out some additional checks of equipment. Notably, the Luna 24 was launched in 1976.

Sun, 21 Nov 2021 - 04:10 PM / by Brijesh Goswami

Tags: Roscosmos, Luna-25, Lunar Program, Russia, Moscow