The clear act of war by Russia, as its forces moved beyond the rebel Ukrainian provinces of Donetsk and Luhansk and entered the capital Kiev, marks one of the biggest military invasions in Europe since World War 2 - and for India
Ukraine-Russia crisis: It's not often that any airline flies a 256-seat jetliner commercially with just eight passengers on board. But this is different.
With tensions between Ukraine and Russia rising, Indian students in Ukraine have families that are worried sick.
Our assessment, based on our travels in the rural pockets of Rampur, Etawah, Mainpuri, Shahjahanpur, Bareilly and Kanpur Dehat, is that one issue remains a constant - the Bull.
We won't be able to look our children in the eye if we don't learn to identify the merchants of hatred among us and stop those infected by it.
Alia walked the white just right and her consistent minimalistic look, interchanging between shades of white, was on point without being over the top.
Kasganj, a small town in West-Central Uttar Pradesh, has a unique history. The party that wins Kasganj takes power in Lucknow. Barring aberrations, this has been the tradition for four decades. The town votes in Phase 3 of the UP election on Sunday.
Our little village in Goa is very quiet, full of nature sounds - birds chirping, dogs barking. The only manmade sounds are church bells at dawn, the honk of the pohawallah, the fishwallah, and the occasional two-wheeler passing by.
Despite an increase in the number of voters, the polling percentage in the 58 seats was around 60 percent, down 2 percent in comparison to 2017.
"Sabka Saath" is indeed a phrase he and others in the government often repeat, but it is worth noting that Modi recites "Sabka Saath" as something he desires or expects, not something he pledges or offers.
Voting has begun in crucial state-level elections in India which will shape Prime Minister Narendra Modi's choices for the remainder of his second term in office. Of the five states going to the polls, one clearly matters more than the others.
The happenings in BJP-ruled Karnataka as the " hijab controversy" is misleading. It is nothing of the kind. It is an outright assault on the right to education of young Muslim women, guaranteed to them by the law and the Constitution of India.
As is protocol, Prime Minister of India replied to the Motion of Thanks in both Houses of Parliament; however, his speech did not seem like that of the first citizen of India but more as a politician who is concerned about the outcome of elections.