World  /  Published 11.08.19

Russia rally for free elections

Tens of thousands of Russians staged what a monitoring group called the country’s biggest political protest for eight years on Saturday, defying a crackdown to demand free elections to Moscow’s ci...
By Reuters in Moscow

India  /  Published 12.04.20

Virus outbreak not to affect S-400 deliveries to India: Ambassador

All the major military contracts, including the deliveries of S-400 air defence missile systems, between Russia and India will be on schedule and the coronavirus pandemic will have no effect on their ...
By PTI in Moscow

Opinion  /  Published 23.09.18

The implausible Russian 'tourists' in Salisbury

Salisbury is a nice old English town with a fine cathedral, only an hour and a half from London by train, but it doesn’t see many Russian tourists in wintertime. It’s not as cold as Moscow, but Ru...
By Gwynne Dyer

World  /  Published 13.07.19

Turkey defies US, gets Russian missile system

The first shipment of a sophisticated Russian surface-to-air missile system arrived in Turkey on Friday, the Turkish defence ministry announced, a process that is expected to incur US sanctions and wi...
By Carlotta Gall/NYTNS in Istanbul

World  /  Published 07.11.18

Trump forces out Jeff Sessions as US attorney general

Attorney General Jeff Sessions was pushed out on Wednesday as the country's chief law enforcement officer after enduring more than a year of blistering and personal attacks from President Donald Trump...
By AP in Washington


Science  /  Published 29.10.18

How many space stations does this planet need?

At one end of Bigelow Aerospace’s factory is a mock-up of a gargantuan home for future astronauts. With a unique design — it could be packed into a rocket, then unfurled in space — it would comf...
By Kenneth Chang/ NYTNS

India  /  Published 09.03.20

Markets crash over oil, virus fears

Global stocks, oil prices, bond yields and the Indian rupee plunged on Manic Monday, rattled by an impending price war between Saudi Arabia and Russia in the oil markets and the rising fears of an eco...
By TT Bureau in Mumbai

West Bengal  /  Published 10.01.20

Cops to control auto fare spurt during Book Fair

Autorickshaws will not be allowed to fleece passengers during the upcoming International Kolkata Book Fair at the Central Park fairgrounds. The Bidhannagar police will prepare a rate chart with the cu...
By Our Special Correspondent in Salt Lake

World  /  Published 11.02.19

In closed hearing, a clue about Mueller’s Russia inquiry

Of the few hints to emerge from special counsel Robert Mueller about evidence of possible collusion between President Donald Trump’s campaign and Russia, one of the most tantalising surfaced almost ...
By Sharon LaFraniere, Kenneth P. Vogel and Scott Shane/NYTNS in Washington


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