Sanctions against the 35-year-old Katerina -- imposed over her father's invasion of Ukraine -- have stopped her regular flights from Moscow to Munich to live with her new man, during which she would be accompanied by Russian secret service guards, the report said.
Ukraine's head of military intelligence Major General Kyrylo Budanov, while interacting with Sky News has said that Putin is battling cancer and several other illnesses simultaneously.
Major General Kyrylo Budanov said he believed a turning point in the conflict will come later this summer and will eventually see Putin ousted from office, the Daily Mail reported.
Such is Putin's guarded nature. In public, he's never mentioned the names of the children he has with Lyudmila, other than to say he has two adult daughters, the BBC reported.
Patrushev, the 70-year-old incumbent Secretary of Russia's Security Council, is seen as a key architect of the war strategy so far, and the man who convinced Putin that Kiev is awash with neo-Nazis, said a Daily Mail report.
This week's test, after years of delays due to funding and technical issues, marks a show of strength by Russia at a time when the war in Ukraine has sent tensions with the US and its allies soaring to their highest levels since the 1962 Cuban missile crisis.
The official, who requested not to be named because of the sensitivity of the issue, said Putin expressed his desire to deepen cooperation between the two countries.
Putin admitted that over the past month and a half, consumer prices in Russia have increased by 9.4 per cent and inflation surged to 17.5 per cent in annual terms as of April 8.
India abstained in the UN General Assembly on a vote moved by the US to suspend Russia from the UN Human Rights Council over allegations that Russian soldiers killed civilians while retreating from towns near the Ukrainian capital Kyiv.
After initially looking to downplay a personal rivalry between himself and Putin, Biden has ramped up his rhetoric against Putin over the last 10 days
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy’s Video Message
The appeal, which describes Kabaeva as the 'favourite wife of the delusional dictator and war criminal Putin', has since reached over 63,000 signatures, Daily Mail reported.
The remarks echo previous comments by officials in Washington and allied countries, who have accused Russia of spreading an unproven claim that Ukraine had a biological weapons programme as a possible prelude to potentially launching its own biological or chemical attacks.
Putin, during a telephonic conversation, told the King of Bahrain, Sheikh Hamad bin Ise al-Khalifa, about the reasons and goals of the special operation of the Russian military to protect Donbass.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs announced the expansion of the sanctions list at the expense of a number of US citizens for 'inciting hatred' against the country.
The intelligence community is sharing a growing number of reports about 69-year-old Putin's "increasingly erratic behaviour", combined with a bloated appearance in recent footage, and the absurd distance he insists on keeping from visitors to the Kremlin, the report added.
The President also made a reference to "the great woman whom we called 'mother' in Russia... Empress Catherine II, whose sculptural image is installed here in the Kremlin".
Also on Monday, the Prime Minister spoke to Zelensky and expressed deep concern about the ongoing conflict and resultant humanitarian crisis, according to a statement issued by the Prime Minister's Office.
Putin said Russia is open to negotiations with Ukraine and expressed hope they would lead to the desired result, Xinhua news agency reported.
As Russia fails to inflict quick defeat upon Ukraine after four days of fierce hostilities, President Vladimir Putin is about to pull his Belarusian ally, dictator Aleksandr Lukashenko, into his war of occupation, The Kyiv Independent reported.
Ukraine President Zelensky remains standing, and has become a global hero for his brave dispatches from the front line -- while his would-be assassins' reported killings have brought huge disgrace and widespread grief to Chechnya, Daily Mail reported.
Biden unveiled a series of economic and strategic sanctions on Russia at his news conference declaring, "This is going to impose a severe cost on the Russian economy, both immediately and over time".
With crude oil rates soaring sky high, all major economies of the world are at risk of financial stress. This would be an additional blow to the Indian economy badly hit by the Covid-19 pandemic.
Russia's special military operation in Ukraine is a "forced measure" and it was left without other options, President Vladimir Putin said on Thursday while assuring the worried international community that Moscow did not intend to "damage" the global economic system.
To anyone who would consider interfering from the outside - if you do, you will face consequences greater than any you have faced in history, said Putin
Responding to Putin's announcement, Ukrainian President resident Volodymyr Zelensky said the country wanted peace, but declared that "we are not afraid" and "will not give anything away to anyone".
The crisis of European security occurred due to the eastward expansion of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), which has led to the loss of mutual trust with Russia, Putin stressed.
The Foreign Secretary's comments came as UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson warned that a Russian invasion of Ukraine could cause "the destruction of a democratic state" and "the shock will echo around the world", the Daily Mail reported.
The Russian lawmakers' considerations come as Ukraine and its Western allies accuse Russia of preparing a potential invasion of its ex-Soviet neighbour, with more than 100,000 troops on the Ukrainian border, the report said.
Denis Alipov, the new Russian Ambassador to India, has said that the Kremlin is interested in the growth of India's influence as an independent centre of power - in the world as a whole, but primarily in the Asia-Pacific region.
Biden reiterated that "substantive progress in these dialogues can occur only in an environment of de-escalation rather than escalation," the statement added.
Putin also expressed concern over the situation in Afghanistan, and termed "fight against terrorism, drug trafficking and organised crime" as the key challenges on which both the countries will have to cooperate.
The project will provide business opportunities to various MSMEs and other defence industries for supply of raw material and components, which will lead to generation of new employment opportunities.
He remarked that, just like with China, Russia adheres to similar approaches in relations with its "especially privileged" strategic partner - India.
Putin is expected to be in India early next month along with Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov and Defence Minister Sergey Shoygu and, according to media reports, India and Russia plan to launch their version of 2+2 ministerial meetings at that time.
"The fact that China is trying to assert, understandably, a new role in the world as a world leader - not showing up, come on," Biden said, adding that Xi's absence was a "big mistake",
Afghanistan should not become a threat to its neighbours, a source of terrorism and drug trafficking, he emphasised at the summit of the five-member bloc.
India had outlined four priority areas for its Chairship. These are reform of the multilateral system, counter-terrorism, using digital and technological tools for achieving SDGs and enhancing people-to-people exchanges.
Noting that India has a talented and dedicated workforce while the Far East is rich in resources, the prime minister said there is tremendous scope for Indian talent to contribute to the development of the Russian Far East.
Vladimir Putin clarified that Russia was closely monitoring the conflict but will not let its armed forces be drawn into an all-against-all conflict