Sunday, 15 May, 2022
TopicRussia-Ukraine conflict

Topic: Russia-Ukraine conflict

Russia prepares for Severodonetsk battle as Ukraine lines up counteroffensive near Izyum

As the Russia-Ukraine war continues for nearly three months with no clear end in sight, ThePrint brings you daily updates on the changing frontlines.

People with disabilities in Ukraine facing crisis within crisis. Human aid should take note

While there is humanitarian aid for Ukrainian refugees across Europe, disabled communities are being excluded. Accessibility must be integrated.

Russia captures city near Luhansk, strengthens air defence in Snake Island

As the Russia-Ukraine war continues for nearly three months with no clear end in sight, ThePrint brings you daily updates on the changing frontlines.

Indian embassy in Kyiv, Ukraine will reopen on 17 May

The embassy shifted to Warsaw, Poland after overseeing the evacuation of Indians from war-torn Ukraine.

Russian soldier, 21, becomes first war criminal to go on trial in Ukraine

Vadim Shysimarin is accused of fatally shooting dead a civilian, 62, in the early days of the war.

Finland to apply for NATO membership ‘without delay’, Russia sees red

Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov reiterated ‘NATO expansion does not make the world more stable and secure’.

Under fire for praising Trump’s Ukraine stance, Noam Chomsky says US ex-president ‘not the issue’

Unlike Trump, Biden administration doesn't seem to be supporting peace negotiations & is focussed on sanctions against Russia, says the linguist & political activist.

In a first, Ukraine shuts off one-third gas supply from Russia to Europe, blames Moscow

Natural gas supplies have transited uninterrupted through the war-torn country even after the invasion since 24 February.

War in Ukraine ‘more unpredictable and escalatory’ as Putin poised for drastic means, says US

America has approved an additional $40 billion in aid to Ukraine to send more weapons to the war-torn country.

Vladimir Putin’s parade can’t hide a missing victory

The Russian President not formally declaring war on Ukraine or giving a call for mass mobilisation on Victory Day is a reminder of the limits of his power.

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Congress leader P. Chidambaram addresses a press conference at the 'Chintan Shivir' in Udaipur | Photo: Suraj Singh Bisht | ThePrint

30 years after liberalisation, Congress calls for economic reset at ‘Chintan Shivir’

Former finance minister Chidambaram called it a ‘step forward post-liberalisation’. It’s significant because it was a Congress government that brought in liberalisation in 1991.   


File photo of Pakistan PM Shehbaz Sharif speaking in the National Assembly | ANI

India expects ‘nothing dramatic’ from new Pakistan govt, ‘terror must stop for normalisation’

With Shehbaz Sharif government in power now, there's speculation that ties between India and Pakistan, which worsened after Balakot air strike, could see major improvement.

How Congress is like the Ambassador & why Indian politics needs a brand new set of wheels

Like the car, nothing the party has done to reinvent itself has worked. Only way forward is to offer something looking towards the future, not in image of glorious past.