Legendary Russian writers and their great works are popular in India, especially among the Malayalam speaking population in the southern state of Kerala.
US President Donald Trump’s decision to unilaterally abrogate the multilateral Iran nuclear deal has garnered tremendous criticism at home and abroad.
On May 8, US President Donald Trump announced that the US was leaving the JCPOA (Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action) and promised to re-instate the toughest economic sanctions against Iran in response to Tehran's alleged continued work on its military nuclear program. Ramin Mazaheri, PressTV's chief correspondent in Paris, comments on the news.
Indian scientists are currently learning agricultural robotics from leaders of the technology in Israel. Dr. Suyog Jhawar, part of the Indian delegation, says that the USP of agricultural robotics in Israel is its adaptability in different climatic conditions - something that India can best adapt.
As the Indian prime minister and Chinese president prepare to meet later this week, an expert in India-China affairs says that it is going to be an extraordinary summit that will result in designing a blueprint for future engagement to resolve or reach consensus on tense issues.
Boxer Mary Kom, who clinched the gold medal in the recent Commonwealth Games to complement her five-time world championship record, says she is extremely satisfied with her performance but the best is yet to come. She spoke to Sputnik on how she has been training in pursuit of the Olympic gold.
Forget everything you know about the adult sex industry - financial domination is here to change the game, with the cryptocurrency evolution cementing the flexibility of the process. Financial dominatrix Theodora spoke to Sputnik about the role of digital money, her "cryptominers" and what it means to be in control of someone’s bank accounts.
Indian writer Stanly Johny claims nobody is talking about a change of power in Syria now and that has been the biggest achievement of the Russian operation. Stanly promises to unravel many aspects of the Syrian crisis that the world is yet to know in his soon to be released book.
Dr. Jumma Marri Baloch, a prominent leader of the Baloch independence movement and designer of the separatist flag, recently renounced his decades-long campaign against Pakistan while attending a Pakistani Unity Day event last weekend in Moscow, where Sputnik’s Andrew Korybko had the chance to conduct a brief interview with him.
The official spokesperson of Pakistan's Armed Forces, Major General Asif Ghafoor, in a written interview answered the questions of Sputnik's contributor Andrew Korybko about the future of Russian-Pakistani relations and how Pakistani-US relations depend on the situation in Afghanistan.
Kuwait's Oil Minister Bakheet Rashidi in an exclusive interview with Sputnik explains why US shale oil output will delay global market rebalancing until late 2018, how Kuwait plans to keep crude output at 2017 levels this year and shares his opinion on future Russia-Kuwaiti economic cooperation.
Independent British investigative journalist Vanessa Beeley has provided Radio Sputnik with a pretty thorough and damning explanation of why 'Last Men in Aleppo', the new feature length documentary on the White Helmet rescue organization's operations in Aleppo in 2016, is little more than a propaganda piece financed by Western governments.
Russian Ambassador to the US Anatoly Antonov sat down with Sputnik to discuss the situation in Syria, tensions surrounding the INF, START treaties and, of course, Russian-US relations. Antonov believes Donald Trump has not given up on his goal to improve ties with Moscow, even though bilateral relations have continued to deteriorate over the year.
According to Syrian Deputy foreign minister Faisal Mekdad, Damascus sees the presence of Turkish forces in Syria as an act of aggression. The senior diplomat also shared his vision on how to resolve the long-standing Syrian conflict.
Speaking to Sputnik about reports of a new Justice Department probe into the Clinton Foundation over possible pay-to-play politics during Hillary Clinton's tenure as secretary of state, philanthropy law expert Charles Ortel outlined why he believed the Clinton Foundation may very well be 'the largest unprosecuted fraud in history'.
The Russian special presidential envoy for Syria and the head of the Russian delegation at the Astana talks, Alexander Lavrentyev, spoke to Sputnik in an exclusive interview about the peace settlement in the Arab Republic.
Conservative politician Frauke Petry is probably best-known for her former chairwomanship of Alternative for Germany (AfD), a party which enjoyed a surge in support starting in 2015 amid Germany's migrant crisis. In an exclusive interview for Sputnik, Petry outlined the ideals of her new party, and her vision of Germany's and Europe's future.
The House of Representatives has given its final approval of a major overhaul in the US tax code, with President Donald Trump expected to sign the bill into law in the near future. Speaking to Sputnik, Dr. David Rosenbloom, a senior specialist on the US tax system, outlined what the bill means for Americans and the world when it becomes law.
In October 2010, a friend of prominent environmental and social justice campaigner Kate Wilson called her to share some earth-shattering news. Fellow activist Mark Stone, with whom she'd been romantically involved for two years, and a close friend of hers ever since, was no more.
Louise Haagh, an associate professor at the University of York and chair of the Basic Income Earth Network, spoke to Sputnik about the pros and cons of universal basic income (UBI).
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