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    India, China hold 6th round of talks on border standoff

    NEW DELHI, Sep 21: Senior army commanders of India and China on Monday held talks on implementing a five-point agreement reached between the two countries on disengagement of troops and de-escalation of the tense situation in eastern Ladakh, government sources said.The sixth round of Corps commander-level talks began at around 9 AM in Moldo on the Chinese side of the Line of Actual Control...

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    Cong steers clear of date for nationwide strike

    NEW DELHI, Sep 21: The Congress on Monday steered clear of announcing a nationwide strike against the anti-farmer farm bills pushed by the Modi government in Parliament while vowing to fight these "black laws" shoulder-to-shoulder with the farmers and take the fight to a decisive end.The national general secretaries and the in-charges of various states assembled in the afternoon to decide...

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    Farooq lodges protest in Parliament House

    NEW DELHI, Sep 21: Dr Farooq Abdullah, Sunday lodged a protest in the premises of the Parliament house. He stood in front of Gandhi statue along with his party MP Hasnain Masoodi against "fake encounters and custodial killings in Kashmir."Both the members held placards depicting the pictures of the men who were killed in the "Shopian fake encounter and of a youth killed in Sopore fake...

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    Lowest daily Corona tests in a fortnight

    NEW DELHI, Sep 21: India on Monday recorded the lowest Coronavirus tests of 7,31,534 persons in a day in the past fortnight even as 89,961 were found infected with positive symptoms even while the caseload on hospitals dropped by another 7525 patients to record 10.03 lakh still under treatment in hospitals across the country. Only a day earlier, the highest ever 12.07 lakh tests were carried out.There...

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    Militant incidents, stone pelting, loss of lives significantly reduced in J&K: MHA

    NEW DELHI, Sep 21: Militant incidents in Jammu & Kashmir fell by 53% and stone-pelting cases by 56% during the 393 days between abrogation of Article 370 on August 5, 2019 and August 31, 2020, as compared to the same period spanning from July 7, 2018 to August 4, 2019, the home ministry told Rajya Sabha on Monday.In reply to question, MoS(home) G Kishan Reddy...

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    Govt can retire an employee prematurely: Minister in PMO

    NEW DELHI, Sep 21: The central government can retire an employee prematurely and Rules are in place to this effect.This was stated here today by Union Minister Dr Jitendra Singh in reply to a Lok Sabha question addressed to the Department of Personnel & Training (DoPT).As per the reply, instructions have been in existence for the review of the government employee under the Fundamental...

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    India's single-day Covid recoveries surpass fresh cases on 2nd day

    NEW DELHI, Sep 20: India's single-day recoveries surpassed the number of new infections for the second consecutive day on Sunday, with 94,612 people having recuperated from COVID-19, even as the total caseload sprinted past 54 lakh, according to the Union Health Ministry's data.A total of 94,612 people recovered from coronavirus in a span of 24 hours, taking the...

    • 2 days ago
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    Haryana-Punjab Protest Intensifies As Police Use Water Cannon To Stop Youth Activists

    CHANDIGARH, Sep 20: The Haryana Police on Sunday used a water cannon to stop Punjab Youth Congress activists from entering the state through Ambala during a tractor rally against the Centre's farm-related Bills.The Youth Congress activists were going to Delhi through the Chandigarh-Delhi highway when they were stopped at the heavily barricaded entrance to...

    • 2 days ago
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    Farm Bills: Distraught farmers protests in Punjab, Haryana

    CHANDIGARH, Sep 20: The farmers have expressed apprehensions that the three bills will pave a way for dismantling the minimum support price system, leaving them at the "mercy" of big corporates.Farmers in Haryana began their protest against the agriculture-related farm bills on Sunday amid elaborate security arrangements which have been made to ensure that the event passes off...

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    Punjab CM to drag BJP, allies to court over 'anti-farmer' laws

    CHANDIGARH, Sep 20: Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh on Sunday said his government will take the BJP and its allies, including the Shiromani Akali Dal, to the court over the "unconstitutional, undemocratic and anti-farmer" laws of the Centre.The CM vowed to fight till his last breath to protect the interests of the state's farmers, according to a...

    • 2 days ago

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