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Viasat Ukraine Subscribers to Get Best-in-Class TV Reception in ...
Luxembourg, Sep 14: Viasat Ukraine (Vision TV LLC), the largest DTH operator in Ukraine, will be providing top-quality TV reception to its subscribers using SES Video's reliable services on ASTRA 4A.

India and Ukraine discuss potential partnership in the field of ...
New Delhi, Sept 12: A Ukrainian delegation led by its Deputy Minister of Economic Development and Trade Ms. Nataliya Mykolska, met Secretary, Ministry of Shipping Shri Ravikant in New Delhi yesterday to discuss the potential for developing sustainable partnership between the two countries in the ...

Ukraine a 'field' for Pentagon's biological tests: Hacker group ...
Moscow [Russia], August 25 : A Ukrainian hacker group CyberBerkut has said that a network of biological labs is running covert experiments in Ukraine under the United States control and the country is a field for Pentagon's biological tests.

Svitolina thrashes Wozniacki to capture Rogers Cup title
Toronto [Canada], August 14 : Ukraine's Elina Svitolina came out with a stupendous performance as she defeated Caroline Wozniacki of Denmark in straight sets to clinch women's singles title of the Rogers Cup here on Sunday.

Venus Williams stunned in third round of Rogers Cup
Toronto [Canada], Aug 11 : Seven-time Grand Slam champion Venus Williams suffered a major setback as she bowed out of the Rogers Cup after going down against Ukraine's Elina Svitolina, in the third round of the women's singles event here on Friday.

Auto spare parts firm Boodmo attracts FDI worth INR 10 crores
New Delhi , Aug.9 : Boodmo, founded in the year 2015 by Yevgen Sokolnikov and Oleksandr Danylenko, two entrepreneurs from Ukraine, aims to revolutionize the auto spare parts industry in India.

Manju Kumari secures bronze at Junior World Wrestling
New Delhi , August 4 : India's Manju Kumari has won the bronze medal with a 2-0 victory over Ukraine's Ilona Prokopevniuk in the Junior World Wrestling Championship in Tampere, Finland.

European-Union-sanctions-Russia
Brussels [Belgium], June 28 : :The European Union has extended economic sanctions targeting specific sectors of the Russian economy by six months for destabilizing Ukraine.

Cyber attacks reported globally, Ukraine Govt. infrastructure in chaos
New York [U.S.A.], June 28 : Ukraine's national bank, airport and state power company are among the targets of a huge cyber attack carried out by hackers across Europe on Tuesday.

Russia cancels talks with US over new sanctions
Moscow [Russia], June 22 : Russia has cancelled its planned talks with the United States after Washington imposed a new series of sanctions over Moscow's military intervention in Ukraine.

U.S. imposes new sanctions on Russia over Ukraine
Washington [U.S.], June 21 : The U.S. has imposed additional sanctions on Russia over its actions in Ukraine, blacklisting 38 individuals and entities.

Moscow criticises EU Court for maintaining sanctions against Russian ...
Moscow [Russia], June 20 : Moscow has criticized the European Union's General Court's decision to uphold extension of restrictive measures imposed on Russian journalist Dmitry Kiselev in relation to 2013-2014 crisis in Ukraine.

Moscow - Ankara gas pipeline to strengthen Russia in European market
Ankara [Turkey], June 10 : : The Moscow, Ankara -TurkStream gas pipeline, a 900-kilometre route under the Black Sea that stretches from Russia to Turkey and further extending to Turkey's border with neighbouring countries, will allow Moscow to strengthen its position in the European gas market and ...

Blast at United States embassy in Ukraine's capital Kiev
Moscow [Russia], June 8 : An unknown assailant threw an explosive device into the U.S. Embassy in Ukraine capital Kiev early on Thursday morning.

American monitor in Ukraine killed in explosion
New York [U.S.A.], Apr 24 : An American paramedic deployed with a monitoring patrol in eastern Ukraine was killed in an explosion on Sunday.

Ukraine: Five dead in military helicopter crash
Kiev [Ukraine], Mar. 27 : A Ukrainian military helicopter crashed in the eastern region of the country on Sunday, killing all five people aboard after apparently hitting a power line, the army said.

Ukraine: Arms Depot blasts injure two in Kharkiv region
New Delhi , Mar. 24 : Two people were injured after a munition depot in eastern Ukraine caught fire, causing the weapons to detonate, as reported by Sputnik International.

Former Russian lawmaker Voronenkov shot dead in Kiev
Kiev [Ukraine], Mar. 23 : Police chief Andriy Grishchenko on Thursday said that former Russian lawmaker Denis Voronenkov may have been the person reportedly shot and killed in central Kiev.

Former Trump aid wanted in Ukraine corruption case
New York [USA], Mar. 18: Ukrainian prosecutors want to question US President Donald Trump's former campaign chief in connection with a corruption probe and have made repeated requests for assistance from the American authorities.

With fighting near industrial sites, UN expert warns Ukrainians of ...
New York, Mar 10 : Unless the fighting in eastern Ukraine is stopped and precautions are taken to secure industrial facilities in the area, the armed conflict could lead to a catastrophic chemical disaster, an independent United Nations human rights expert on Friday warned.

UN migration agency seeks USD 25 million to aid families in Eastern ...
New York, Mar 8 : To meet the emergency needs of 180,000 people in Eastern Ukraine, the United Nations migration agency on Tuesday announced plans to provide aid ranging from blankets to money to cover electricity costs and psychological support at a cost of USD 25 million.

Eight miners killed in methane explosion in western Ukraine
Lvov [Ukraine], Mar. 2 : At least eight miners have reportedly been killed in a methane gas explosion that took place at a coal mine in Lvov region of western Ukraine, local media reports said.

India, Ukraine to strengthen bilateral cooperation through cinema
New Delhi , Feb.27 : India and Ukraine have agreed to strengthen the bilateral cooperation between the two countries through the medium of cinema.

U.S. condemns attack on SMM in Ukraine, urges Russia to immediately ...
Washington D.C. [United States], Feb. 26 : Condemning the target of OSCE Special Monitoring Mission (SMM) monitors and the seizure of a SMM unmanned aerial vehicle by combined-Russian separatist forces, the United States on Sunday called on Russia to "immediately" observe the ceasefire in Ukraine ...

Putin orders recognition of documents issued by separatist ...
London [U.K.], Feb. 19 : Russian President Vladimir Putin has signed an executive order recognising all documents issued by militias and granting visa-free travel to anyone living in self-declared separatist republics in eastern Ukraine.

One million Ukrainian children now need aid as number doubles over ...
New York, Feb 18 : As the volatile conflict in eastern Ukraine enters its fourth year, one million children are in urgent need of humanitarian assistance - nearly double the number this time last year, the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) reported on Friday.

UN emergency food agency to feed some 220,000 people in ...
New York, Feb 13 : Access to food is becoming harder in eastern Ukraine as prices are outpacing incomes, the United Nations emergency food agency on Wednesday said, warning that without longer-term intervention, more people will need humanitarian aid in the months and years to come.

Ukraine: UN warns of civilian casualties in 'face to face' fighting ...
New York, Feb 15 : Intensified fighting between Government and non-Government forces near densely populated areas in eastern Ukraine is endangering civilians, the senior United Nations humanitarian representative in the country told reporters in Geneva on Tuesday.

Thousands of children out of school as classrooms shelled in eastern ...
New York, Feb 8 : With thousands of children forced out of school in eastern Ukraine due to last week's surge in fighting, the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) and its partners have strongly condemned the indiscriminate shelling of schools, and called for all sides to immediately recommit ...

Civilians face 'dire' situation amid ongoing hostilities in eastern ...
New York, Feb 4 : An immediate pause in fighting is needed in Ukraine to prevent more people dying and repair essential services, the United Nations human rights office said on Friday following another night of shelling in the east of the country.