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    'Indian, Chinese troops engaged in eyeball-to-eyeball situation'

    NEW DELHI, May 26: As Indian and Chinese troops remained engaged in an eyeball-to-eyeball situation in several areas along the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in eastern Ladakh, Union Defence Minister Rajnath Singh on Tuesday held an elaborate security review meeting with Chief of Defence Staff (CDS) General Bipin Rawat and the Service Chiefs of the Army, Navy and the Air force.Army...

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    Rajnath reviews security with CDS, 3 Service Chiefs

    NEW DELHI, May 26: Union Defence Minister Rajnath Singh on Tuesday held a long security review meeting with Chief of Defence Staff (CDS) General Bipin Rawat and the three Services Chiefs amid the border standoff with China in Ladakh.The meeting was the latest in a series of such consultations held in the last two weeks as India weighs its options to respond to the latest provocation by China at...

    • 18 hrs ago
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    India has lowest fatality rate, claims health ministry

    NEW DELHI, May 26: The Health Ministry on Tuesday reeled out statistics to claim India is among the countries having the lowest COVID-19 fatality rate but ruled out complete end of the lockdowns since the battle against the dreaded virus has to go on as India won't be immune from it in the near future.Its joint secretary Lav Srivastava told a Press conference here that India's...

    • 18 hrs ago
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    TESTING STILL BELOW 1 LAKH A DAY

    NEW DELHI, May 26: The Health Ministry is vowing to hike up the COVID-19 testing to two lakh a day in views of the spike in the disease but it is still less than 1 lakh as 92,528 were tested in the past 24 hours and those found infected with the virus were 6535 which shows the highest spike of 7.06% that otherwise fluctuated between 4 and 5%.Total number of confirmed cases registered in India since March rose to...

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    Arrests, beatings and dismissals of journalists underline official, corporate arbitrariness: SAMDEN

    NEW DELHI, May 26: The South Asia Media Defenders Network (SAMDEN) today cited detention of media professionals in Bangladesh, attacks on journalists in the Punjab, and the dismissal of a pregnant reporter in Assam state as part of a pattern of official and corporate arbitrariness against media in the region.In Bangladesh, SAMDEN noted that the...

    • 18 hrs ago
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    'Over 5,000 Chinese soldiers have intruded at 5 points in Ladakh'

    LEH, May 23: More than 5,000 Chinese soldiers of the People's Liberation Army (PLA) have intruded into five points in Ladakh four along the Galwan River, and one near the Pangong Lake, Business Standard has reported.At least five rounds of talks between Indian and Chinese troops this week have failed to de-escalate tension in Pangong Tso lake and Galwan Valley in Ladakh as...

    • 4 days ago
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    Muslims help perform last rites of Kashmiri Pandit

    SRINAGAR, May 23: Muslims of a village in Tral in Pulwama district helped a Pandit family to perform the last rites of its member.Reports said upon hearing the news about the death of a 95-year old Kashmiri Pandit, Jagar Nath Butt, a resident of Buchoo Tral village on Saturday, the Muslim residents of the village came forward to help the family to perform the last rites of the deceased. A large...

    • 4 days ago
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    Army chief reviews operational situation amid tensions in Ladakh

    NEW DELHI, May 23: Army chief General Manoj Mukund Naravane on Friday visited Leh, the headquarters of 14 Corps in Ladakh to review the operational situation amid tensions between India and China along the disputed Line of Actual Control (LAC). The visit comes a day after the Government on Thursday denied China's claims that India is carrying out any activity in violation of...

    • 4 days ago
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    MHA didn't support bill to address issues of violence against healthcare professional: Centre

    JAMMU, May 23: The Government of India has submitted before the Jammu & Kashmir High Court that Ministry of Home Affairs did not support the bill to address the issue of assault on health care service personnel and clinical establishments, reasoning that it would give rise to similar demands from other categories of professionals.In a communication...

    • 4 days ago
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    More Covid cases but recoveries faster

    NEW DELHI, May 23: The number of persons detected with confirmed COVID-19 positive cases shot up to a record 6654 in the testing of 1.15 lakh since Friday but the recovery rate improved from 40.97% to 41.39% with as many as 3250 cured and discharged from hospitals, raising the total recoveries to 51,784.As many as 38.35 lakh persons have been tested so far, resulting in 1,25,101 persons found as confirmed...

    • 4 days ago

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