Daily buzz @ 9 June, 2020 Indian, Chinese Troops Mutually Pull Back From Most Ladakh Areas


77th day of lockdown

India @ 270,876 and death toll touched 7,554


Indian, Chinese Troops Mutually Pull Back From Most Ladakh Areas: 

Indian and Chinese troops have begun mutual disengagement in some parts of eastern Ladakh ahead of the next round of military talks scheduled tomorrow, government sources said on Tuesday.Top military talks are to be held in the ‘Hot Springs’ area of eastern Ladakh on Wednesday.

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Month After Sending Pregnant Wife To India, Man Dies In UAE:

A 28-year-old Indian engineer in Dubai, who supported his pregnant wife to file a petition in the Supreme Court of India for early repatriation from the UAE during the COVID-19 lockdown, has died in his sleep, a month after he sent her home from Dubai, according to a media report on Monday.

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Mumbai’s deputy municipal commissioner dies of Covid-19:

Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC), which is struggling to contain the transmission of the covid-19 pandemic and handling the treatment of the affected people in the country’s worst-hit city Mumbai, on Tuesday, lost its own deputy municipal commissioner Shirish Dixit due to the infection caused by the deadly corona virus.

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India’s school reopening process likely to be staggered:

Union and state government may allow schools to reopen in a staggered manner with primary students resuming classes much later than the senior students.

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Joe Biden: I think George Floyd will change the world:

Democratic US presidential candidate Joe Biden has said the late George Floyd will “change the world.”Following a private meeting with Mr Floyd’s family in Houston, Texas, to offer his sympathies, Mr Biden told CBS news his death was “one of the great inflection points in American history”.

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North Korea halts all communications with South in row over leafleting:

North Korea has said it will cut off all inter-Korean communication lines with the South, including a hotline between the two nations’ leaders.The North said this was the first in a series of actions, describing South Korea as “the enemy”.

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No tenth class exams, all students to be promoted in Telangana:

In view of the Covid-19 pandemic, the State government has decided to promote all SSC students without conducting any examinations.

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Satellite images may suggest COVID-19 hit Wuhan earlier:

An apparent surge in traffic outside hospitals in Wuhan city, the capital of China’s Hubei province, from August 2019 may suggest that the coronavirus hit the area earlier than reported, a study has revealed.According to the study, Harvard researchers examined commercial satellite data from outside five Wuhan hospitals, comparing data from late summer and autumn 2018 to the same time period in 2019.

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AP crosses 5000-mark with 216 fresh Covid cases:

With the addition of 216 fresh cases, the Covid-19 tally crossed the 5000-mark in Andhra Pradesh to reach 5,029 on Tuesday, while the death toll increased by two to 77.

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