Russia says oil sales to India soar
Russian oil sales to India surged more than twentyfold last year as European buyers turned to other markets following the conflict in Ukraine, Russia's deputy prime minister said yesterday.
Russia shifted its oil exports to India and China last year as European Union nations sought to end their reliance on Russian energy supplies after Moscow sent troops into neighboring Ukraine.
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Basta meets with representative of India's Allana Group
BELGRADE - Serbian Minister of Economy Rade Basta spoke on Friday with Afzal Aziz, president of international business development at India's Allana Group, about potentials for investing in Serbia.
At least 13 killed in Afghanistan-Pakistan earthquake
At least 13 people were killed in Afghanistan and Pakistan by a strong earthquake felt across thousands of kilometres, but the region appeared Wednesday to have dodged the mass casualties usually associated with a tremor of such scale.
At least 12 killed in Afghanistan-Pakistan earthquake
At least 12 people were killed in Afghanistan and Pakistan by a strong earthquake felt across thousands of kilometres, but the region appeared Wednesday to have dodged the mass casualties usually associated with a tremor of such scale.
Japan, China leaders visit rival capitals in Ukraine war
Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida began a surprise visit to Ukraine early Tuesday, hours after Chinese President Xi Jinping arriving in neighboring Russia for a three-day visit. The dueling summits come as the longtime rivals are on diplomatic offensives.
Kishida will meet President Volodymyr Zelensky in the Ukrainian capital.
India eases leasing rules to address aircraft shortages
India has taken steps to allow airlines to lease more aircraft to fill a gap in capacity as travel rebounds from the pandemic, the country's civil aviation minister said yesterday.
It happened... There is only one goal: to instill fear in the enemies
The missile was launched Thursday morning hours before South Korean President Yoon Suk-yeol met Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida for a summit aimed in part at rebuilding security ties between US allies in the face of North Korean nuclear threats.
India to Host an International Conference to promote Millets for Better Health
India will be hosting a global conference at New Delhi on 18 March 2023 to popularize millets as super foods which could enhance health as well as protect the environment. The conference is being organized by the Ministry of Agriculture & Farmers Welfare In the context of the United Nations declaring year 2023 as the International Year of Millets 2023.
Cheetahs back in wild after seven decades
Two Namibian cheetahs relocated to India last year were released into the wild, more than seven decades after the world's fastest land animal was declared extinct in the South Asian country.
"Both cheetahs are doing good," India's Environment Minister Bhupender Yadav tweeted Saturday after the male and female darted from quarantine enclosures of Kuno National Park into the wild.
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Croat Detained for Posting Videos of Him Racially Abusing Foreigners
The main square in Zagreb. Photo: EPA-EFE/ANTONIO BAT
The 35-year-old man from Ivanic Grad, 30km from Zagreb, is in custody, police said on Monday.
Police said the video could qualify as a criminal offence of public incitement to violence and hatred. The law stipulates a prison sentence of up to three years for this crime.