Daily buzz @ 4 June, 2020 New satellite images show positions of Indian, Chinese troops in Galwan valley ahead of military talks


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New satellite images show positions of Indian, Chinese troops in Galwan valley ahead of military talks:

Chinese troops have moved into a tense, disputed section of the Himalayan border shared by China and India, according to a high-ranking Delhi official.

Speaking to CNN-affiliate News18, Indian Defense Minister Rajnath Singh said Tuesday a “significant number” of Chinese troops had moved to the Line of Actual Control (LAC) between the two countries. “It is true that people of China are on the border. They claim that it is their territory. Our claim is that it is our area. There has been a disagreement.

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Aviation ministry targets July for resuming commercial international flights:

On Friday, the minister tweeted: “We are continuously monitoring the situation and will consider restarting international flights as soon as situation normalises a bit and poses no danger to our citizens. We will also have to consider that countries, where we intend to fly, are open to incoming foreign citizens.”Under ‘Unlock 1.0’ guidelines released by the Ministry of Home Affairs on May 30, international flight operations remain suspended till June 30.

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Flight tickets, extra salary: How construction firms are wooing migrant workers:

Unable to meet their deadlines due to labour shortage following return of migrant workers to their home states, several construction firms here have started wooing them back, offering flight tickets and also extra payments. A senior official of a city-based infrastructure company said the shortage of workers is forcing companies to resort to poaching by luring them with lucrative offers.

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61 private hospitals reserved 20% beds for coronavirus patients: Delhi govt

As the coronavirus cases in the national capital continues to rise, the Delhi government has asked 61 private hospitals to reserve 20% beds for COVID-19 patients in the national capital.

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Minneapolis to host first memorial event:

Hundreds of people are expected to attend a memorial in Minneapolis for African American George Floyd, who died in police custody last month.The death of Floyd, whose neck was pinned under a white officer’s knee, has sparked huge protests over racism and police killings of black Americans.The tribute comes despite fears over coronavirus at large gatherings.

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Hyderabadi announces Rs.2 lakh reward for info on elephant killers:

In a tweet to Kerala Chief Minister PinarayiVijayan, Srinivasan said, “I want to offer a reward of Rs.2 lakh from my personal savings to the person who gives information about the miscreants who made a pregnant elephant eat a pineapple stuffed with crackers. The elephant, died in Kerala’s Malappuram.” He also tagged BJP MP Maneka Gandhi in the tweet.

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Australia expresses ‘strong support’ for India’s NSG membership bid:

Australia on Thursday expressed its strong support for India’s membership to the Nuclear Suppliers Group and also reiterated its backing for New Delhi’s candidacy for a permanent seat in a reformed UN Security Council. Australia’s support was stated in the joint statement released after an online summit between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Australian counterpart Scott Morrison.

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