Newspaper Headlines: India Summons Pakistan Top Diplomat Over Attempted Attack In Jammu And Kashmir And Other Top Stories
Updated: November 22, 2020 09:11 IST
India summoning Pakistan's senior-most diplomat in New Delhi and lodging a strong protest over an attempted attack by the UN-designated terror group Jaish-e-Mohammed (JeM) that was foiled by security forces in Jammu and Kashmir was the top story carried by most newspapers. Hidustan Times reported that external affairs ministry demanded that Pakistan dismantle the terror infrastructure in its territory. The Asian Age carried a story on the Pubjab farmers protesting Centre's farm laws, deciding to lift their blockade of passenger trains for 15 days from Monday.
Hindustan Times carried a lead story on India summoning Pakistan's top diplomat over attempted terror attack in Jammu and Kashmir. The Indian government said it is 'firmly and resolutely committed to take all necessary measures to safeguard its national security in the fight against terrorism'.
The Asian Age carried a story on the Punjab farmers, protesting Centre's farm laws, clearing train routes for 15 days from Monday. This ,ay bring relief to the state facing an acute shortage of essential supplies.
The Telegraph's top story was the Postgraduate doctors in Ayurveda given a nod for training and practice in as many as 58 surgical procedures. the Central Council of Indian Medicine (CCIM), the apex regulatory body for traditional medicine has given the notification.