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'Leave at the earliest': India to citizens in Ukraine amid escalation of war

New Delhi/IBNS: India Wednesday issued an advisory asking all its citizens to avoid travelling to Ukraine, citing the "deteriorating security situation" in the country.

India asks its citizens to avoid unnecessary travel to and within Ukraine

India has advised its citizens to avoid all non-essential travel to and within Ukraine and asked them to strictly adhere to the safety and security guidelines issued by the local authorities.

India was requested to press Russians to ensure safety of nuclear power plant in Ukraine: Jaishankar

India has acted on a request to press Russia to ensure the safety of the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant which was near the fighting zone during the ongoing Ukraine War, External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar on Thursday said.

'Trajectory of Ukraine conflict is matter of profound concern': Jaishankar at UNSC

New Delhi/IBNS: In its sharpest statement on the Russia-Ukraine war till date, India Thursday "strongly" called for an end to the armed conflict and said the situation was a matter of "profound concern".

Imran Khan plays S Jaishankar video in rally; praises India's independent foreign policy

Former Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan has once again praised India for standing firm in the face of US pressure as he attacked the West for criticizing India for buying discounted Russian crude.

PM Modi, other BRICS leaders back talks between Russia, Ukraine in virtual summit

New Delhi/IBNS: Prime Minister Narendra Modi, along with leaders of the other BRICS nations including Brazil, Russia, China and South Africa, discussed the situation in Ukraine during their virtual summit on Thursday and backed talks between Russia and Ukraine. 

Indian envoy to Ukraine presents credentials to President Zelenskyy

Kyiv/New Delhi/UNI: Indian ambassador to Ukraine Harsh Kumar Jain presented his credentials to Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy at a ceremony in the St. Sophia's Cathedral in Kyiv.

The War in Ukraine, and Some Disturbing Questions

No matter who wins, the proxy war between the US led western powers and Russia’s Vladimir Putin is going to change the world order in unexpected and startling ways, writes Ramananda Sengupta

'Ukraine situation worrying, hope ongoing talks pave way for peace': PM Modi to Joe Biden in virtual meet

New Delhi/IBNS: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday held a virtual meeting with US President Joe Biden on the Ukraine crisis and emphasised the role of India in resolving the conflict adding that he hopes that the "ongoing talks between Russia and Ukraine will pave the way for peace".

Modi, Biden to hold virtual meeting tomorrow on bilateral cooperation

New Delhi: Amid growing pressure from the Western countries on India over oil deals with Russia, Prime Minister Narendra Modi and US President Joe Biden will hold a virtual meet on Monday.

Ukraine civilian killings deeply disturbing, need independent probe: India at UN

Geneva/IBNS: India on Tuesday condemned the civilian killings in Ukraine's Bucha city and supported the call for an independent investigation.

PM Modi speaks with his Israeli counterpart Naftali Bennett, discusses Ukraine crisis

New Delhi/IBNS: Prime Minister Narendra Modi spoke on the telephone with his Israeli counterpart Naftali Bennett on Monday.

'Unsatisfactory but unsurprising': US over India's stand on Russia-Ukraine war

Washington/IBNS: A senior White House official on Friday said India's position at the United Nations over the Ukraine crisis has been "unsatisfactory", reports said.

'Need a peaceful solution on the basis of international law': Japanese PM Kishida on Ukraine conflict

New Delhi: Japanese PM Fumio Kishida on Saturday said Russia's invasion on Ukraine is "very serious issue which is shaking the roots of international order" as he addressed a joint press conference with Prime Minister Narendra Modi in New Delhi.

Will discuss Russia's aggression against Ukraine, urge India to act: Japanese PM

Tokyo/New Delhi/UNI: Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida has said that he will discuss Russia's “unacceptable” aggression against Ukraine during his talks with Prime Minister Modi today and “urge” India to take action.