Ukraine rebounds from Russian barrage, restores power supply
Ukrainian military analyst Oleh Zhdanov said the Russians are striking civilian infrastructure because they can’t efficiently target Ukrainian military assets.
Rajamouli recalls filming 'Naatu Naatu' at Kyiv's Presidential Palace, thanks Ukrainian team
Rajamouli said they were originally supposed to shoot the song in India but due to the monsoon season they had to zero in on a new location -- the Presidential Palace of Kyiv.
For Jithina, past trials are just fuel to fire up her future
After multiple parleys by Indian embassy officials with the fighters, he and the other hostages were released in April.
Ukrainian filmmakers bring battle against Russia to Berlinale film festival
The Berlinale is championing Ukrainian cinema this year in a bid to support filmmakers and highlight the brutal reality of the country's war with Russia on its first anniversary.
Biden to rally allies as Ukraine war gets more complicated
The anniversary of the war is a critical moment for Biden to try to bolster European unity and reiterate that Putin's invasion was a frontal attack on the post-World War II international order.
Biden makes a surprise visit to Kyiv, taunts Putin
US President Joe Biden made a surprise trip to Kyiv on Monday ahead of the first anniversary of Russia's invasion of Ukraine.
EU officials visit Kyiv as Russia strikes civilian target
Russia has frequently struck apartment buildings during the war, causing civilian casualties, although the Kremlin has denied targeting residential structures.
Russia-Ukraine war: 86 per cent of schools in Kyiv now have bomb shelters
Russia has said talks are possible only if Ukraine recognises Moscow's claims to Ukrainian territory in the country's east and south.
German caution on Ukraine arms rooted in political culture
On Friday, Germany inched closer to a decision to deliver the tanks, ordering a review of its Leopard stocks in preparation for a possible green light.
Ukraine President Zelensky ups pressure for more Western weapons
The United States will convene a meeting of around 50 countries - including all 30 members of the NATO alliance - at the US-run Ramstein military base in Germany to discuss military aid, on Friday.
Ukrainian officials report Russian missile attack on Kyiv
Kyiv's city military administration said a telegram post that an unidentified object of infrastructure was hit in the city and emergency services were operating at the site of the strike.
Last Ukraine doctors offer lifeline in shell-ridden Bakhmut
Doctor Elena Molchanova, her husband and two other doctors provide relief to Bakhmut residents by welcoming them into the basement warren next to the health centre where they live.
Fighting in Soledar, Bakhmut is the 'bloodiest' of the war so far: Kyiv
Bakhmut and its neighbour to the northeast Soledar are the only locations on the front line where Russian forces are still on the offensive.
Putin says ready for Ukraine talks if Kyiv accepts 'new territorial realities'
The Kremlin claims it has annexed the Donetsk, Lugansk, Zaporizhzhia and Kherson regions despite not controlling them in their entirety.
Ukraine faces grim start to 2023 after fresh Russian attacks
Ukrainian officials say Russia is now deliberately targeting civilians, seeking to create a climate of fear and destroy morale.
Ukraine shoots down 45 drones: Air force
Thirteen drones were shot down at the end of 2022 and another 32 in the new year, the statement said.
A Christmas season without its traditional glow in Ukraine
In recent months, Russia has been targeting the energy infrastructure, aiming to cut electricity and heating to Ukrainians, as the freezing winter advances.
Russian drone strikes damage 5 buildings in Ukraine capital
The attacks underline how Ukraine's biggest city remains vulnerable to the regular Russian attacks that have devastated infrastructure and other population centres
Putin says war with Ukraine is taking longer than expected
Russian troops have withdrawn not only from the Kyiv area and around the country's largest city, Kharkiv, but from a large part of the Kherson region.
'More to offer' than war: Ukraine works on display at Madrid museum
Many of the works have hardly been seen outside of Ukraine. The exhibition will run at the museum until April 30, and then go on show in Cologne in Germany from September 2023.
Congress observes day-long 'Satyagraha' across country against Rahul's disqualification
India's highways infrastructure to match US by 2024, claims Gadkari
Popular Malayalam actor Innocent continues to be critical, on ECMO support
World's 'first robot lawyer' sued by US-based law firm for operating without degree
India summons high commissioner of Canada over actions of separatist elements
Pro-Khalistani supporters abuse Indian journalist in Washington D.C.