The early aftermath of the Ladakh face-off, Rahul Gandhi’s latest utterance and more. Do scroll through:
No soldier missing after Ladakh face-off: Indian Army
The Indian Army on Thursday, 18 June confirmed that no personnel are missing in action since the clash in Galwan Valley on Monday. “This is with reference to the article 'In China-India Clash, Two Nationalist Leaders with Little Room to Give' by New York Times dated 17 June 2020. It is clarified that there are no Indian troops Missing In Action,” the Indian Army said, as quoted by ANI. Read More
India to put import curbs on 371 Chinese items
The process shall be materialised by incentivising domestic manufacturing, laying guidelines on product standards and also by discussing work with stakeholders on sourcing from a broader list of nations. Read More
Jaishankar tells Rahul to 'get facts straight' on Galwan face-off
Union Minister of External Affairs S Jaishankar has now taken the war of words to Twitter by asking him to “get his facts right.” Read More
‘Grateful’: PM after India’s election as non-permanent UNSC member
India has been elected to the United Nations Security Council with an overwhelming majority of 184 votes running on a platform of fighting terrorism and promoting the ethos of "Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam" – the world is one family. Read More
Migrant workers in 116 districts to get work under 25 schemes: FM
Earlier in May, the FM had announced a number of economic measures in light of COVID-19. Read More
SC stops Puri Rath Yatra over COVID-19 concerns
The bench was categorical that a religious congregation of this nature cannot be allowed at the time of the COVID-19 pandemic. Read More
Your view: How should India respond to China's aggression?
India has taken strong exception to China claiming sovereignty over the Galwan Valley in eastern Ladakh, calling it ‘exaggerated and untenable’. Have Your Say
QUIZ: Which one-hit actor's father was known as 'Jubilee Star'?
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How India and China stack up in military might
The standoff between Indian and Chinese armies along the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in the Eastern Ladakh region has the potential to escalate into something serious. The border discord between the two Asian nuclear giants took a deadly turn when both sides lost many of their men to a scuffle that broke out on Monday evening. Read More
Fitch ratings revises India's outlook to negative from stable
The move comes after another rating agency Moody's earlier this month downgraded India's sovereign rating by a notch to lowest investment grade of 'Baa2' for the first time in 22 years. Read More
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