Monday, December 6, 2021

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Govt clears production of 5L AK-203 rifles ahead of Putin’s visit

The government is seeing it as an endeavour to provide a big boost to self-reliance in defence manufacturing in India.

Russia successfully test-fires Tsirkon hypersonic missile

Moscow: Russian frigate Admiral Gorshkov has successfully test launched a Tsirkon hypersonic cruise missile from the White Sea, Russia's Defence Ministry has saidThe missile hit...

Editorial: In the spirit of Olympics

Boycott threat to Beijing Winter Olympics will hurt athletes, who often fall victims to whimsical governments

Face to face: Joe Biden, Vladimir Putin ready for long-anticipated summit

Biden has said it would be an important step if the United States and Russia were able to ultimately find “stability and predictability" in their relationship.

Vladimir Putin’s new legislation gives rise to several memes

He first became the President of Russia in 1999 and since then, has served three six-year terms as the President.

Russia arrests over 1,000 people demanding Navalny’s release

The 44-year-old Navalny, an anti-corruption investigator who is the best-known critic of President Vladimir Putin, was arrested on January 17 upon returning from Germany.

First Biden-Putin call shows both cautious on big concerns

The two presidents agreed to have their teams work urgently to complete a five-year extension of the New START nuclear weapons treaty that expires next month.

Putin proposes Russia-US cooperation in greetings to Biden

"The coronavirus pandemic and other challenges which the world faced in the outgoing year testified to the importance of broad international cooperation," Putin said, Xinhua news agency reported citing the Kremlin.

India to produce 300 million doses of Sputnik V vaccine

Sputnik V, the world's first COVID-19 vaccine, is over 95 per cent effective, said Russian President Vladimir Putin on Thursday.

Putin congratulates Biden, says ready for ‘collaboration’

The Russian president was one of the last remaining leaders of major world countries to have held back on congratulating Biden.

No fresh ceasefire commitment from Karabakh warring sides

Azerbaijan and Armenia have been locked in a bitter conflict over Karabakh since Armenian separatists backed by Yerevan seized control of the mountainous province in a 1990s war that left 30,000 people dead.

Donald Trump: the wrecking ball who came to ‘fix’ America

More than 225,000 have died from the coronavirus, while lockdowns have left millions in economic dire straits. Racial wounds, bared during a summer of protests, fester, while Republicans and Democrats in Washington bicker and backstab.

US rejects Putin’s proposal on New START extension

The Russian chief arms control negotiator also noted that Russia would refuse any agreement on the New START that was timed to coincide with the US presidential election.

Heavy shelling and civilian casualties dash hopes for Karabakh ceasefire

One witness said they were woken by a huge blast that levelled an entire square block of one- and two-floor houses in the early hours of the morning, leaving nine apartments destroyed.

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