Putin Set for Unchallenged Victory in Russian Elections

Vladimir Putin is poised to secure another six-year term as Russian leader, facing no opposition in what critics label a ‘managed democracy’. With a firm grip on power since 1999, Putin’s re-election appears inevitable, demonstrating widespread support amidst the ongoing Ukraine conflict. The Kremlin aims for higher voter turnout to bolster Putin’s image. Opposition figures hope for dissent, yet the Kremlin remains resolute.

Get NewsPepper Short News App from Play Store



Srinagar on Track to Become World Craft City

Srinagar is being evaluated by the World Crafts Council International to potentially be named a World Craft City. The Kuwait-based organization’s team is currently inspecting