Author: Aarti Tikoo

Extremely High Risk Of Full-Blown US-Russia War: Noted Russian Scholar

Against the backdrop of the conflict in Ukraine, the recently concluded Shanghai Cooperation Organisation Summit can herald a change in the world order, feels Russian scholar Anastasia Likhacheva. In a chat with The New Indian in Moscow, the Dean of the Faculty of World Economy and International Affairs, HSE University, said Samarkand can herald a …

TNI In Moscow: What Russians Think About India, War & Putin’s Presidency

The New Indian Editor-in-Chief Aarti Tikoo, who is visiting different parts of Russia, spoke to common people on the streets of the capital city Moscow to understand their opinion on a slew of topics like the bilateral relations with India and Indian food & culture, the ongoing war in Ukraine, and the continuous support to …

What Russians Have To Say About War In Ukraine

The New Indian catches up with Russians on the streets of Moscow and tries to understand their views on the war in Ukraine. Watch what they have to say, and notice how different age groups think!

EDITORIAL: Zawahiri’s Killing Too Late, Too Little

It took the CIA, supposedly the most competent intelligence agency in the world, 21 years to search and kill al-Qaeda chief Ayman al-Zawahiri, the biggest ideologue of Islamist terrorism and mastermind of the 9/11 terror attacks. The Egyptian physician-turned-terrorist, Zawahiri was knocked off in a US drone strike in Afghanistan on July 31. The ailing …

SENSATIONAL: After CIA Disclosures, Ex PM’s Shashtri’s Family Seeks Probe Into His Death

  NEW DELHI: Family members of former Prime Minister Lal Bahadur Shastri on Tuesday requested the government to form a committee to investigate his death following sensational revelations that American intelligence agency Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) had killed him. Their remarks came after the confessions of Robert Crowley, the second-in-command of the CIA’s Directorate of …

EXCLUSIVE: Kerala Guv Blames Madrassas For Islamic Extremism In India

  NEW DELHI: Kerala Governor and Islamic scholar Arif Mohammad Khan has blamed the extremist Islamic teachings imparted in madaras of India for incidents like the Udaipur beheading. Speaking to The New Indian, Khan said, “Whatever was broadcasted on TV and the expression of these two men (the two killers) after beheading that person wasn’t …

Mahua Moitra Can’t Have Her Meat And Eat It Too

After a section of Hindus were offended by the official poster of a documentary, Kaali, Delhi police registered a case against its Toronto-based director Leena Manimekalai under 295A (hurting religious sentiments) and 153A (disturbing communal harmony) of the Indian Penal Code (IPC). In the poster released at the Canada film festival, a woman dressed as …

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