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16 Sept News Digest: India leave SCO meeting, China’s eye on high-profile crimes; and more

Vishnu Vasisht

The number of coronavirus cases in the country crossed 50 lakh on Tuesday. Currently, there are 9,93,075 active cases of Coronavirus in the country. So far more than 82 thousand people have died. Meanwhile, ICMR has reported that three of Coronavirus vaccines are undergoing clinical phase.

Monsoon session

Defense Minister Rajnath Singh on Tuesday told China in two words that India is committed to peace but is also ready for war. Informing the Parliament about the latest situation of LAC, he said that China has withdrawn from bilateral agreements. After Rajnath Singh's statement, Congress leader Rahul Gandhi accused PM Modi of misleading the country.

1,571 arrested in connection to Delhi riots so far

Delhi Police Commissioner SN Srivastava said on Tuesday that the force is acting in accordance with its oath and constitution. He said that the investigation of force in cases of crime is directed by facts and evidence, not of prestige and personality. So far, 1,571 people have been arrested in connection with the riots. Also, there are almost equal number of people from both communities.

Now China's eye on high-profile crimes, from IPL bookies to mobile thieves

The English newspaper 'Indian Express' is making shocking revelations every day in its investigative reporting on China's preparations for Hybrid Warfare amidst ongoing tension on the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in eastern Ladakh. According to the latest report, there are now 6000 economic offenders on China's target. China is also spying on the thieves who are betting in IPL and even committing petty thefts.

India leave meeting

National Security Advisor Ajit Doval left the meeting angered after Pakistan presented an imaginary map at the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) meeting. He walked out of the virtual meeting after Pakistan's representative Dr Moeed Yusuf projected in the background the new political map of the country that depicts Jammu and Kashmir as a disputed territory

Aircraft Amendment Bill

Aircraft Amendment Bill has got the approval of Parliament, according to which now stringent provisions will be applied for violation of safety standards at the airport. The penalty amount for various violations has been increased to 1 crore. The Aircraft (Amendment) Bill 2020 seeks to convert aviation agencies like the Directorate General of Civil Aviation, Bureau of Civil aviation security and Aircraft Accident Investigation Bureau into statutory bodies.

Bahrain-Israel sign historic deal

In the presence of US President Donald Trump, the UAE and Bahrain have signed a historic agreement. With Israel at the White House, this is considered a major step. "After decades of division and conflict we mark the dawn of a new Middle East," Trump said on Tuesday.

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