Student Killed In Ukraine : Indians Asked To Leave Kyiv

Student Killed In Ukraine : Indians Asked To Leave Kyiv


Student Killed In Ukraine : Indians Asked To Leave Kyiv


Ukraine-Russia War: After their first talks since the war started failed to secure a breakthrough Monday, Russia continued to target residential areas

Russia shelled the Ukrainian city of Kharkiv as it pressed on with its invasion Tuesday, defying mounting global pressure that saw a war crimes probe opened against Moscow, sanctions smash its economy and FIFA ban it from the World Cup. Further, the European Union has added top Kremlin-linked oligarchs and Russian President Vladimir Putin's spokesman to its sanctions blacklist.

After their first talks since the war started failed to secure a breakthrough Monday, Russia continued to target residential areas and Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky called for a global ban on Russian planes and ships.

More than 350 civilians, including 14 children, have been killed during the invasion, according to Ukraine, while more than a half a million people have fled the country.

Meanwhile, an Indian student lost his life in shelling in Ukraine this morning, the foreign ministry said. India has already asked its nationals to leave Ukraine capital Kyiv "urgently today, by trains or any other means available". 

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy said on Tuesday that Russian artillery attacks on Ukraine's second-largest city of Kharkiv amounted to state terrorism and called on the international community to recognise it as such. 

" The terror aims to break us, to break our resistance," he said in a video address shared on social media describing Kyiv and Kharkiv as Russia's main targets. (Reuters)
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