The Pentagon documents leak has been traced to users arguing over the war in Ukraine in closed video game chat groups hosted by Discord.
On the New Year’s Eve, everybody’s into making predictions. Many come up with futuristic hypotheses, as if competing to single out the wildest, and even the most absurd ones.
Moscow stated that it was compelled to use military force after Ukraine's civil war in the east ceased to be resolved through negotiation. The timeline of the Russian attack on Ukraine shows why and how.
The China-Central Asia summit last week solidified the expansion of the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) from Western China in Xinjiang to its western neighbors, extending all the way to Iran, Turkey, and Eastern Europe. This development...
London is 'very disappointed' by how unwilling India is in imposing sanctions on Russia and Biden has decided to send the sanctions czar to India.
Japan’s Prime Minister Fumio Kishida highlighted the necessity to sustain the world nuclear stockpile's downward trend as there are still more than 10,000 nuclear weapons in existence. Now, Japan is set to open up the atom-bombed cities for tours so that the world can see the ‘realities’ of nuclear war.
In a recent coverage by Bloomberg Russia has confirmed that it used hypersonic missiles in Ukraine to target underground storehouse storing ammunition.
Putin is under pressure in Moscow as a result of the Russian army's ongoing struggles in Ukraine, which have spurred new claims that former allies within the Kremlin are trying to topple him. Is Putin really facing a coup?
Foreign Minister S Jaishankar chastised Europe on Tuesday for questioning India's Russia-Ukraine policy, reminding the Europeans that they were not trying to bend over backwards to resolve India's issues when the rules-based order was under risk in Asia or when, as he put it, Afghanistan's civilized society was shoved aside. He put it bluntly, where was Europe when order in Asia was threatened.
The “essential” aspects of Indian urban planning are always the subject of public debate whenever our city is faced with a major crisis, such as the urban flooding we experienced recently in Chennai. As urban planning and its modern applications are painted as India's culprit for "dysfunctional" cities, it is important to examine the roots that affect India's current urban plan. We need to ask ourselves some important questions about the foundations of urban planning in India. Who has the right to plan the city? Why are India's planning laws and procedures designed around them? Here is how Colonial Masterplans are still followed to develop Indian cities.