Newspaper Headlines: Highest Single-Day Spike Of COVID Cases In Delhi & Other Top Stories

Updated: June 12, 2020 09:51 IST

Newspaper Headlines: Highest Single-Day Spike Of COVID Cases In Delhi & Other Top Stories
Hindustan Times The death count of the national capital due to the COVID-19 soared past the 1,000 mark on Thursday, the daily reported. Delhi reported its highest spike with 1,877 new cases, taking the total to over 30,000. The total number of deaths in the national capital has mounted to 1,085. Another headline in focus was Prime Minister Narendra Modi's address to the 95th annual plenary session of the Indian Chamber of Commerce (ICC) in Kolkata over video conference on Thursday. PM Modi reiterated his call to convert the COVID-19 crisis into an opportunity to make India self-reliant. Hindustan Times
Newspaper Headlines: Highest Single-Day Spike Of COVID Cases In Delhi & Other Top Stories
The Telegraph The lead headline in The Telegraph today focused on the top US military officer saying he was wrong to have joined President Donald Trump during his controversial walk to a damaged church near the White House."I should not have been there," General Mark Milley, top US military officer, said in a pre-recorded video commencement address to the National Defence University. " My presence in the moment and the environment created a perception of the military involved in domestic politics", Gen Mark Milley said. The daily also carried the Indo-China tension. The Chinese People's Liberation Army has ramped up its presence along the entire stretch of the Line of Actual Control from Leh to Arunanchal Pradesh and deployed over 10,000 troops in the Ladakh sector alone, the ANI quoted government sources as saying on Thursday.
Newspaper Headlines: Highest Single-Day Spike Of COVID Cases In Delhi & Other Top Stories
The Asian Age The headline story gives a detailed report on the "resort politics" in Rajasthan with the state Congress shifting its MLAs to Jaipur hotel to prevent them from jumping ship or being poached. The developments happened ahead of the June 19 Rajya Sabha elections. The Asian Age

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