Newspaper Headlines: "Those Who Eyed Indian Territory In Ladakh Received Befitting Reply", Says PM Modi & Other Top Stories

Updated: June 29, 2020 07:43 IST

Newspaper Headlines: \'Those Who Eyed Indian Territory In Ladakh Received Befitting Reply\', Says PM Modi & Other Top Stories
Hindustan Times: The daily is leading with PM Modi saying that India honours the spirit of friendship but those who have "cast an evil eye" on its territory received a befitting response, in his monthly radio address Mann Ki Baat. The number of containment zones in the national capital stood at 421 on Sunday, recording an increase of 141 over two days, after the Delhi government decided to break existing coronavirus disease hot spots into smaller clusters for better surveillance and control of the outbreak, officials said. Hindustan Times
Newspaper Headlines: \'Those Who Eyed Indian Territory In Ladakh Received Befitting Reply\', Says PM Modi & Other Top Stories
The Asian Age: Prime Minister Narendra Modi asserted on Sunday that India has given a befitting reply to those who cast an evil eye on its territory in Ladakh, stating that its brave soldiers have shown that they will not allow the nation's pride to be hurt. India recorded close to 20,000 COVID-19 cases in a single day for the first time on Sunday, taking the tally to 5,28,859, while the death toll rose to 16,095, according to the Union Health Ministry data. The Asian Age
Newspaper Headlines: \'Those Who Eyed Indian Territory In Ladakh Received Befitting Reply\', Says PM Modi & Other Top Stories
The Telegraph: Public broadcaster Prasar Bharati has suggested that the journalism practised by the Press Trust of India (PTI), India's largest news agency, is "detrimental to national interest" and threatened to review the subscription to its news feed, multiple sources said on Saturday. Time was when accepting donations from Chinese institutions was as proper and acceptable as sharing space on a swing. The Observer Research Foundation, a foreign policy think tank associated with foreign minister S. Jaishankar's son, received funding from the Chinese consulate, including that in Calcutta, in 2016. The ORF is supported by Reliance Industries. Another think tank, the Vivekananda International Foundation, has declared on its website that it has working relationships with nine Chinese institutions on matters of foreign and strategic policy. The Telegraph

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