VLADMIR PUTTIN

What Latest Guidelines For Indian Students In Russia Say?

NEW DELHI: The Embassy of India in Moscow has issued a four-point guidelines for the Indian students pursuing education in institutes in Russia. The mission has affirmed that they see no security reasons for the Indian students to depart from Russia. The Indian Embassy is in regular contact with the institutes with respect to the

Ukraine Crisis: Role Of Embassy Began After We Crossed The Border, Say Evacuated Students

NEW DELHI: 160 Indian evacuees from Ukraine arrived in New Delhi early this morning via Budapest in Hungary. The Air Asia flight reached New Delhi early in the morning. So far, 15,920 Indians are said to have been domiciled on 76 flights, specially arranged under Operation Ganga. Speaking to The New Indian, the Ministry of

PM Modi Speaks To Zelensky, Urges Safe Passage for Stranded Indians

NEW DELHI: President Zelensky of Ukraine briefed Prime Minister Narendra Modi in detail about the conflict situation over a phone call today. According to the Government of India (GOI) sources the Prime Minister expressed deep concern over the ongoing conflict and resultant humanitarian crisis. PM Modi urged him for immediate cessation of violence, stating that

Cuba to Afghanistan & Iraq: Recent History is Full of Lessons for Putin

What is happening in Ukraine right now is replete with obvious parallels from recent history — parallels from which Russian President Vladimir Putin ought to take lessons, as should policymakers in capitals such as New Delhi. One obvious parallel is the Cuban missile crisis. Like President John F Kennedy in 1962, Putin has dug in