Opinion  /  Published 28.02.22

Head: Letters to the Editor: The healthy habit of using hand-me-downs

  Old is gold Sir — A survey conducted by the storage marketplace, Neighbor, in the United States of America found that quasi-house arrest made 78 per cent of respondents realize that the...

Business  /  Published 28.02.22

Russian banks barred from Swift payments

BP said on Sunday it would exit its 19.75 per cent stake in Russian oil giant Rosneft after Russia’s invasion of Ukraine amid growing pressure from the British government. The decision to abando...
By Reuters in Washington

Opinion  /  Published 27.02.22

Letters to the Editor: In these trying times, switching off can be good

Switch off Sir — For those of us who strive to be polite, text-based digital communication — all those chimes and dings and vibrations — can be extremely demanding. Ignoring a Slack...
By The Telegraph

Opinion  /  Published 27.02.22

Up for grabs, the Nato poser

Vladimir Putin anticipated Russia’s invasion of Ukraine by writing screeds about the essential one-ness of Russians and Ukrainians, united as they were, in his view, by a common origin in the me...
By Mukul Kesavan

Opinion  /  Published 26.02.22

Four military misadventures

The Russian invasion of Ukraine got me thinking about past misadventures by large, militarily powerful countries with an exaggerated sense of their importance. If I were to restrict myself to my own l...
By Ramachandra Guha


Opinion  /  Published 25.02.22

Russia's invasion: Geopolitical implications

Russia's invasion not only threatens the sovereignty of Ukraine, but has undermined the entire geopolitical order, according to German security experts. "Today almost everything is ...
By Deutsche Welle

World  /  Published 24.02.22

No troops to Ukraine: NATO

The North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) has no troops inside Ukraine and has no plans to send any into the country, the alliance's Secretary-General, Jens Stoltenberg, told a news conference...
By Our Bureau, Reuters in Brussels

World  /  Published 23.02.22

Putin contorts Russian history

In his speech to the Russian nation on Monday, President Vladimir V. Putin buoyed his case for codifying the cleavage of two rebel territories from Ukraine by arguing that the very idea of Ukrainian s...
By Michael Schwirtz, Maria Varenikova, Rick Gladstone in Kiev

World  /  Published 22.02.22

Putin brings cameras in for Kremlin meet

Seated at a large white table in an echoing Kremlin hall, Vladimir Putin summoned his top security officials one by one on Monday to give him their advice at a potential turning point in the crisis ar...
in Moscow

World  /  Published 22.02.22

Russian forces kill five ‘saboteurs’

Russian forces killed a group of five saboteurs who breached the country’s southwest border from Ukraine on Monday, news agencies quoted the military as saying, in an accusation that Kiev dismis...
By Reuters in Moscow


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