Newspaper Headlines: Remember Soldiers, Light A Lamp, Says PM Narendra Modi And Other Top Stories

Updated: October 26, 2020 08:48 IST

Newspaper Headlines: Remember Soldiers, Light A Lamp, Says PM Narendra Modi And Other Top Stories
Hindustan Times: Prime Minister Narendra Modi made a strong pitch on Sunday for the consumption of local products in the festive season, urged citizens to spare a thought for the soldiers guarding India's borders, and asked them to observe care and restraint in celebrating a range of festivals in the coming days amid the coronavirus disease (Covid-19) pandemic. RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat said on Sunday that India's assertive response to China's aggression and expansionist designs in the Ladakh theatre had set an example of strong resolve, and upheld the nation's self-respect. The positivity rate for Covid-19 tests in Delhi rose to 8.43% and new infections crossed the 4,000-mark for the third consecutive day, trends that suggested a resurgence of the viral disease in the national Capital at a time when more people are out because of the festive season. More
Newspaper Headlines: Remember Soldiers, Light A Lamp, Says PM Narendra Modi And Other Top Stories
The Indian Express: India's response to the "encroachments" in Ladakh had "numbed and jolted" China, Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh chief Mohan Bhagwat said on Sunday, and called for a strengthening of ties with other neighbours to present a more powerful counter to the Chinese. Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday asked the country to light lamps for the soldiers guarding the nation's borders, and to go "vocal for local" in their festival shopping. US Secretary of State Michael R Pompeo and Defence Secretary Mark T Esper land in New Delhi on Monday for the 2+2 ministerial meeting with their Indian counterparts, New Delhi and Washington are working to enhance military interaction and cooperation in defence and security.
Newspaper Headlines: Remember Soldiers, Light A Lamp, Says PM Narendra Modi And Other Top Stories
The Telegraph: Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh chief Mohan Bhagwat called for India to grow bigger than China in terms of "power and scope". "We intend to be friendly with all. This is our nature," he said, adding, "mistaking our benevolence for weakness and attempts to disintegrate or weaken us by sheer brute force is unacceptable... if push comes to shove, we will not fall short of alertness, firmness and readiness."

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