22022023-TT-01.qxd 2/21/2023 11:11 PM Page 1 13 CHANDIGARH | GURUGRAM | JALANDHAR | BATHINDA | VOL. 143 NO. 52 | 14 PAGES | ~5.00 | REGD. NO. CHD/0006/2021-2023 ESTABLISHED IN 1881 HIMACHAL PRADESH DIGITAL TRANSACTIONS TO SOON EXCEED CASH IN INDIA: MODI BUSINESS /thetribunechd SANIA ENDS CAREER NAGA PEACE TALKS ON, HOPE WITH FIRST ROUND INITIATIVE WILL BEAR DEFEAT IN DUBAI SPORT FRUIT: SHAH BACK PAGE FROZEN PANGONG MARATHON SETS GUINNESS RECORD J&K wednesday | 22 february 2023 /thetribunechd www.tribuneindia.com documentary Putin ups ante over Ukraine, Timing of BBCsays Jaishankar not accidental, suspends nuke pact with US Tribune News Service Tribune News Service New Delhi, February 21 Russian President Vladimir Putin suspended Moscow’s participation in the last remaining nuclear arms control pact with the US, announcing the move on Tuesday in his State of the Union address at Duma where he made it clear that he would not change his war strategy in Ukraine. Putin sharply upped the ante by declaring that Moscow would suspend its participation in the so-called New START (Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty). The pact, signed in 2010 by the US and Russia, caps the number of long-range nuclear warheads the two sides can deploy and limits the use of missiles that can carry atomic weapons. Putin also said that Russia should stand ready to resume nuclear weapons tests if the US does so, a move that would Threatens to resume testing of N-weapons if US does so West is trying to transform local ❝ Theintoglobalconfrontation….The conflict West must realise it’s impossible to defeat Russia in the battlefield. — Vladimir Putin RUSSIA’S NUCLEAR ARSENAL ■ Russia, which inherited the Soviet Union’s nuclear weapons, has the world’s biggest store of nuclear warheads ■ Putin controls 5,977 such warheads as of 2022, compared to 5,428 controlled by US President Joe Biden, says Federation of American Scientists <
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