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Pakistan likely to sign USD 2 billion LNG pipeline deal with Russia

Jun 29, 2015

Pakistan likely to sign USD 2 billion LNG pipeline deal with Russia

Energy-starved Pakistan is likely to sign a USD 2 billion deal with Russia for laying a Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) pipeline from Karachi to Lahore, a sign of increasing ties between the Cold War-era adversaries. #Pakistan #NewsTracker #Russia #LNG #Cold War #Nawaz Sharif #Karachi #Lahore #Liquefied natural gas #Moscow #Shanghai Cooperation Organisation #Shahid Khaqan Abbasi
If Putin is President, Russia will not be part of G-7, says Canadian PM Harper

Jun 05, 2015

If Putin is President, Russia will not be part of G-7, says Canadian PM Harper

Russia should never be allowed back in the Group of 7 as long as Vladimir Putin is president #NewsTracker #Russia #Cold War #Canada #Ukraine #Putin #Harper #G-7
Spielberg's Cold War film starring Tom Hanks titled 'Bridge of Spies'

Mar 19, 2015

Spielberg's Cold War film starring Tom Hanks titled 'Bridge of Spies'

Filmmaker Steven Spielberg's upcoming Cold War movie has been officially titled Bridge of Spies". #Steven Spielberg #Bridge of Spies #Cold War movie
Russia warns US against sending weapons to Ukraine, says it could cause 'colossal damage'

Feb 05, 2015

Russia warns US against sending weapons to Ukraine, says it could cause 'colossal damage'

Russia warned the US against sending weapons to Ukraine, saying such action would cause "colossal damage" to ties between the former Cold War foes. #World #US #Russia #Cold War #TheySaidIt #Ukraine #weapons #Crimean crisis #Ukrainian crisis
India, Russia advance arms talks days before Obama trip

Jan 22, 2015

India, Russia advance arms talks days before Obama trip

India and Russia signed a deal in 2010 to jointly develop and produce a stealth jet for both their militaries, as well as third countries, in what India said at the time would become the biggest defence programme in its history. #Business #India #Barack Obama #US #Defence #NewsTracker #Russia #Cold War #Vladimir Putin #IAF #Manohar Parrikar #Sergei Shoigu #Fifth-generation military aircraft
Berlin Wall around the world: Divided wall marks a united Germany across the globe

Nov 10, 2014

Berlin Wall around the world: Divided wall marks a united Germany across the globe

In 1989, one evening as roars of protests in Germany that the world was witnessing, took a surprising turn. Shot for jumping the Berlin Wall, the gates had been opened as a gleeful crowd stood on the wall and asserted themselves and their right to be one. Dismantling it by hands and hammers, the crowd could be stopped at nothing. #World #Cold War #ImagesOfTheDay #Ronald Reagan #Berlin Wall #East Germany #West Germany #Nazis #Second World War #Mikhail Gorbhachev #Gorky Park #World History #Berlin Wall collapses #East Berlin #West Berlin #Stasi police #Harald #Bornholmer Strasse crossing #Harald Jaeger
Timeline: From division to unity, mapping the Berlin wall's fall

Nov 10, 2014

Timeline: From division to unity, mapping the Berlin wall's fall

Thousands of illuminated balloons sailed into the night sky Sunday from the former route of the Berlin Wall, as German Chancellor Angela Merkel said its fall 25 years ago proved that "dreams can come true". #World #Cold War #ListsEtc #Ronald Reagan #Berlin Wall #East Germany #West Germany #Nazis #Second World War #Mikhail Gorbhachev #Gorky Park #World History #Berlin Wall collapses #East Berlin #West Berlin #Stasi police #Harald #Bornholmer Strasse crossing #Harald Jaeger