Mar 02, 2022 10:43 pm
UNGA passes a historic Resolution against Russian Federation in its special emergency session with support from 141 nations. 5 nations were against it and 35 nations including India abstained from voting.
UN General Assembly adopts resolution that strongly deplores Russia's aggression against Ukraine.
Moscow confirms death of 498 Russian troops in Ukraine
Ukraine delegation on its way for talks with Russia on Poland-Belarus border: Kyiv
Russian negotiator says ceasefire on agenda at Ukraine talks - reports AFP
PM Narendra Modi spoke on phone today with Russian President Vladimir Putin. The leaders reviewed the situation in Ukraine, especially in Kharkiv where many Indian students are stuck. They discussed the safe evacuation of the Indian nationals from the conflict areas.
A total of 3500 students will leave for India from Bucharest and around 1300 from Suceava in the next 2 days. Tomorrow I will be leaving for Siret border and stay there for 2 days until each & every Indian is not evacuated from Siret: Scindia
India sets up two call centre one in Bucharest & another in the Siret (Romania) to coordinate the Indian students: Union Civil Aviation Minister Jyotiraditya Scindia
Ukraine deeply regrets that a student from India has become a victim of this shelling by the Russian Armed Forces in Kharkiv. We offer our deepest sympathies to India & the relatives of the victim: Ukraine Ambassador to UN Sergiy Kyslytsya
IAF flight comes back with 240 students from Budapest to the Hindon base, tweets Hardeep Puri
More than 2,000 civilians killed during Russian invasion, says Ukraine
Eleventh Emergency Special Session on the situation in Ukraine - 4th plenary meeting of United Nations General Assembly underway.
Russian foreign minister Lavrov says Moscow is ready to discuss Ukraine's president Zelenskiy's desire to receive security guarantees
US President Biden says sanctions against Russian oil imports not 'off the table'
MEA is concerned about Cities in eastern Ukraine.
As a consequence of the conflict between Russia and Ukraine, we are evacuating Indian students from the war zone area. Efforts are underway to evacuate all Indian students from Ukraine: Union minister G Kishan Reddy
Putin miscalculated and he will pay for it, warns Biden
Ukraine's Zelenskyy says after call with EU's Michel he expects positive news on Ukraine's membership bid.
EU sanctions 22 Belarus military officers over Ukraine invasio
Four India Air Force (IAF) aircraft with approximately 800 Indian evacuees to land at Hindon airbase between 1.30 am tonight and 8 am tomorrow morning: Government officials
Indian Air Force aircraft IAF C-17 aircraft from Romania to arrive at 1:30 am tonight
MEA will issue Emergency certificates to those who lost their Indian passport
3,352 Indians returned home from Ukraine, says MEA
Russian strikes on several areas in Ukrainian capital Kyiv
One of China’s national wounded while trying to leave Ukraine
VK Singh assures students over their medical education
China won't join in sanctions on Russia, says Beijing's bank regulator
Vladimir Putin a war criminal, says UK PM Boris Johnson
EU excludes 7 Russian banks from SWIFT payment network
Ukraine sets up hotline to collect data on foreign students forced to leave the country
UK PM Boris Johnson calls for more sanctions on Russia
NDRF to send relief materials to Indians being evacuated from Ukraine
Indian embassy in Ukraine asks stranded students in Kharkiv to leave ‘immediately’
Boeing suspends parts & technical support for Russian airlines
German logistics giant DHL has announced it is stopping deliveries to Russia and Belarus
Indian student Chandan Jindal (22) dies of illness in Ukraine
Four killed, nine injured during shelling in Kharkiv
Russian troops are threatening to raze Konotop if not surrendered, says mayor
If World War 3 happens, it would involve nuclear weapons, says Russian foreign minister
Won't allow Ukraine to obtain nuclear weapons, says Russian foreign minister
Russia gathering troops closer to Ukrainian capital, says Kyiv mayor
Russia is gathering troops closer and closer to Kyiv, the Ukrainian capital's mayor Vitali Klitschko wrote in an online post on Wednesday. "We are preparing and will defend Kyiv!," he was quoted by news agency Reuters. "Kyiv stands and will stand."
Talks with Russia under discussion, a substantial agenda needed: Ukraine
Ukrainian presidential adviser Mykhailo Podolyak has said that holding more talks with Russia was under discussion and that a "substantial agenda" was needed, Reuters.
PM Modi announced of Ministry of External Affairs working on bringing mortal remains of Indian student killed in Ukraine: Rajnath
Russia agrees to continue its dialogues with Ukraine today: Reports
Unable to evacuate injured civilians in Kherson due to shelling, say Ukrainian authorities
SpiceJet Flight information
SpiceJet will operate special evacuation flights from Kosice in Slovakia on 3rd and 4th March and from Bucharest in Romania on March 4 and 6 to bring home Indian nationals stranded in Ukraine. The airline will use its Boeing 737 MAX aircraft for these special flights. The private carrier will operate ferry flights to Kosice on 2nd and 3rd March from Delhi and to Bucharest from Delhi and Amritsar on 4th and 5th March. The airline has already operated two evacuation flights under ‘Operation Ganga’. SpiceJet’s evacuation flight from Budapest with Indian students will be arriving at the IGI airport in Delhi at 6.30 pm today.
Spain will supply "military hardware" to Ukraine following Russia's invasion of its pro-Western neighbour, Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez tells parliament, AFP reports
Belarus claims to have tightened up security on western, southern borders
UN General Assembly draws closer to demanding Russia withdraw from Ukraine
Airbus stops sending spare parts to Russia and supporting Russian airlines, reviewing whether its Moscow engineering centre could continue providing services to local customers under Western sanctions, reports news agency Reuters
Russian envoy 'doesn't foresee any obstacles' to supply of S-400 missile system to India amid crippling sanctions
Almost 6000 Russians killed in 6 days of war, claims Ukraine's Zelenskyy
Indigo flight lands in Delhi with 219 students from Ukraine
Russian military claims to have taken control of Ukraine's Kherson
India plans 31 evacuation flights to fly back over 6,300 Indians in coming days
Russian forces destroy maternity home in Zhytomyr
At least 21 killed, 112 wounded in Kharkiv shelling
At least 21 people were killed and 112 wounded in shelling in the eastern Ukrainian city of Kharkiv in the last 24 hours, regional governor Oleg Synegubov said on Wednesday.
Post sanctions Russia's largest lender Sberbank quits European market
India coordinates with Moscow for students' evacuation through Ukraine-Russia borders
Russia steps up its bombing campaign, hitting Kyiv's main television tower, two residential buildings in a town north west of the city and local government headquarters in Kharkiv.
IAF aircrafts take off for Romania, Hungary with relief package
FIA allows Russian drivers to compete, but in neutral capacity and under its flag
Formula One's governing body, the FIA, has allowed Russian drivers to continue competing in the sanctioned motor racing events, but only in a neutral capacity and under its flag.
World Bank to provide $3 billion support package for Ukraine
Russian and Belarusian tennis players banned from ATP, WTA tournaments
Biden calls Putin a 'Russian dictator'
Indian embassy in Poland issues travel advisory for its citizens in Ukraine
Russian airborne troops land in Ukraine's second city Kharkiv: Ukrainian army
Russian airborne troops landed in the eastern Ukrainian city of Kharkiv on Wednesday, the Ukrainian army said, adding that there were immediate clashes.
"Russian airborne troops landed in Kharkiv... and attacked a local hospital," the army said in a statement on messaging app Telegram. "There is an ongoing fight between the invaders and the Ukrainians."
The US and our allies will defend every inch of NATO territory with full force of our collective power. Ukrainians are fighting back with pure courage. Putin may makes gains on the battlefield but he'll have to continue to pay a high price over the long run, says US President Biden.
Apple, Nike halt product sale in Russia
Biden to ban Russian aircraft from US airspace
Exxon Mobil including its oil production fields will exit Russia operations
The US and its allies were prepared for Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and “dictators” must pay a price for their aggression, President Joe Biden will say in his first State of the Union address on Tuesday.
Russian President Vladimir Putin’s “war was premeditated and unprovoked,” Biden will add, according to excerpts of his speech released by the White House.
“He thought the West and NATO wouldn’t respond. And, he thought he could divide us here at home,” Biden will say. “Putin was wrong. We were ready.”