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New Indian Express
New cold war Intensifies with Putin's India Visit
G Parthasarathy During the Bangladesh crisis in 1971, as 10 million refugees from Bangladesh fled into India in the face of atrocities by a Pakistani army of occupation, the Soviet Union was initially neutral. It, however, soon faced the reality ...
 New Indian Express6 hours ago
Stars and Stripes
Putin turns to Russia's Cold War ally India
International sanctions and slumping oil prices are costing Russia well over $100 billion a year, a top official acknowledged Monday. Russian President Vladimir Putin is seeking to build military ties with Pakistan as India buys more weapons from ...
 Stars and Stripes1 week ago
Outcast Russia turns to Cold War ally India for new billions in trade
Russian President Vladimir Putin traveled to India on Thursday for a one-day summit during which billions of dollars' worth of economic agreements were signed on energy, precious stones and military equipment and India pledged to retain Russia as ...
 Los Angeles Times1 week ago
Outcast Russia turns to Cold War ally India for new billions in trade
New Delhi: Russian President Vladimir Putin travelled to India on Thursday for a one-day summit during which billions of dollars' worth of economic agreements were signed on energy, precious stones and military equipment and India pledged to retain ...
 Sydney Morning Herald1 week ago
Outcast Russia turns to Cold War ally India for new billions in trade
New Delhi: Russian President Vladimir Putin travelled to India on Thursday for a one-day summit during which billions of dollars' worth of economic agreements were signed on energy, precious stones and military equipment and India pledged to retain ...
 Melbourne Age1 week ago
Outcast Russia turns to Cold War ally India for new billions in trade
New Delhi: Russian President Vladimir Putin travelled to India on Thursday for a one-day summit during which billions of dollars' worth of economic agreements were signed on energy, precious stones and military equipment and India pledged to retain ...
 Canberra Times1 week ago

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