Newspaper Headlines: Over 5 Lakh Coronavirus Cases In India; Envoy Warns China Over Border Dispute

Updated: June 27, 2020 07:49 IST

India's total of coronavirus cases crossed the five lakh mark on Friday after the country reported its highest single-day spike of over 17,000 cases. In another big news, India warned China that trying to alter the status quo on the ground by resorting to force will not just damage the peace that existed on the border areas but can also have "ripples and repercussions" in the broader bilateral relationship.

Newspaper Headlines: Over 5 Lakh Coronavirus Cases In India; Envoy Warns China Over Border Dispute
India's number of Covid-19 infections crossed 500,000 on Friday, making the country one of only four where the tally has breached this milestone. India on Friday warned China that trying to alter the status quo on the ground by resorting to force will not just damage peace in the border areas but also have "ripples and repercussions" in the broader bilateral relationship, and demanded that Beijing stop its activities in eastern Ladakh. More
Newspaper Headlines: Over 5 Lakh Coronavirus Cases In India; Envoy Warns China Over Border Dispute
The Narendra Modi government on Thursday admitted for the first time that the situation along the Line of Actual Control (LAC) was much more serious than the routine clashes that take place between Indian and Chinese patrol teams. Defence ministry sources on Thursday said the situation continued to simmer in the Galwan Valley, Hot Springs and the Pangong Lake despite the corps commander-level talks on June 22. More
Newspaper Headlines: Over 5 Lakh Coronavirus Cases In India; Envoy Warns China Over Border Dispute
A senior J&K cadre IAS officer from Bihar is among nearly 25,000 people who have been granted a domicile certificate -- which allows non-locals to get a residency certificate for education, employment and buying land -- in Jammu and Kashmir under the new domicile law introduced this year. Signalling that there has hardly been any de-escalation so far despite ongoing diplomatic and military talks with Beijing, India admitted that a large number of Chinese troops remain deployed in border areas along the LAC. More

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