Kikina, a 37-year-old engineer, will be only the fifth professional woman cosmonaut from Russia or the Soviet Union to fly to space.
Last year, the Russian space agency Roscosmos said “our beauty” Kikina would fly aboard SpaceX’s Crew Dragon as part of a cross-flights deal between Roscosmos and NASA.
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Cong President Will Be Exempted From 5-yr Rule
A five-year term for all office-bearers was among the biggest takeaways- besides 'one family one ticket' and '50 below 50' — of the Congress 'chintan' at its Udaipur shivir.
Oxygen Cylinders For First Amarnath Yatra Post-Covid
Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Tuesday directed security forces to pro-actively carry out coordinated counterterror operations in Jammu and Kashmir and ensure zero cross-border infiltration.
Cannes Fest Brings Back Glitz, Spotlights Ukraine
A PARADE of Oscar winners on Tuesday kicked off the 75th Cannes Film Festival, back in high-wattage form after the lifting of Covid rules and devoting special attention to the war in Ukraine.
Indices Recover From Lows; Sensex, Nifty Gain Over 2.5%
BULLS made a strong comeback on Tuesday after witnessing falls in sixth straight sessions.
Protect Shivalinga But Allow Mosque Entry: SC
Advocate commissioner leading Gyanvapi survey sacked for 'leak’
Wholesale Inflation At Record High Of 15%
India's wholesale price-based inflation jumped to an all-time high of 15.08% due to across-the-board rise in prices, including those of food and fuel.
Newcastle deal hammer blow to Arsenal's CL hopes
MIKEL Arteta castigated his Arsenal side for throwing away a season's work in a limp 2-0 defeat at Newcastle that looks set to see the Gunners miss out on Champions League football for a sixth successive season.
5G to provide $450 billion to economy, says PM Modi
THE 5G technology is expected to contribute $450 billion to India's economy in the next 10-15 years, said Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday.
LIC lists lower, analysts bat for long term
Street expected a tepid debut with the share quoting a ₹22-23 discount on the grey market a day before the listing
CHENNAI AIM TO PUT SUPER IN KINGS AGAIN
After a sub-par season, franchise keen to address holes before 2023
“THEY'RE NOT HUMAN BEINGS”
Ukraine and the words that lead to mass murder
‘Division of the World Is Inevitable'
Countries need to choose whether to align with autocrats or democracies, says a former NATO Secretary-General
One of the world’s richest countries is poised to become even richer
The Jets Caught in Putin's Web
Owners of planes stuck in Russia want a $10 billion payout. Insurers say not so fast
A CHILLING RUSSIAN CYBER AIM IN UKRAINE: DIGITAL DOSSIERS
Russia’s relentless digital assaults on Ukraine may have caused less damage than many anticipated. But most of its hacking is focused on a different goal that gets less attention but has chilling potential consequences: data collection.
DJI HALTS RUSSIA, UKRAINE BUSINESS TO PREVENT DRONE MISUSE
Drone company DJI Technology Co has temporarily suspended business activities in Russia and Ukraine to prevent use of its drones in combat, in a rare case of a Chinese company pulling out of Russia because of the war.
An Uncertain Future for Ukrainian Refugees
The majority of the 12 million displaced by the war with Russia may never be able to go home
William Ruger on Russia's Invasion of Ukraine
WILLIAM RUGER, WHO holds a Ph.D. in politics specializing in foreign policy, is the newly appointed president of the American Institute for Economic Research. A veteran of the war in Afghanistan, he was a prominent voice in calling for U.S. withdrawal from that country. He was picked by former President Donald Trump to be ambassador to Afghanistan, but his nomination was never voted on.
UKRAINIANS FIND REFUGE IN PREVIOUSLY UNWELCOMING PLACES
SEAGAL UNDER SIEGE TO KISS PUTIN'S PIGGIES!
Action star forced into servitude as Russia's puppet