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United front in Delhi
Disorder at the border
Enemy inside gates (HT)
Multilateralism post COVID-19
Maternal health matter
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United front in Delhi
Disorder at the border
Enemy inside gates (HT)
Multilateralism post COVID-19
Maternal health matter
United front in Delhi
?Delhi is in the grip of the pandemic, and its response
had been chaotic until recently.
?On March 4, there was just a single case.
?As of June 16, 44,688 positive cases and 1,837
deaths have been recorded.
?New-found spirit of camaraderie between the Arvind
Kejriwal-led government of Delhi and the BJP-led
Centre.
?Meanwhile, complaints of denial of patient care,
exploitative billing by private hospitals, and
deliberate attempts to underreport cases and deaths
have surfaced.
Page 3


United front in Delhi
Disorder at the border
Enemy inside gates (HT)
Multilateralism post COVID-19
Maternal health matter
United front in Delhi
?Delhi is in the grip of the pandemic, and its response
had been chaotic until recently.
?On March 4, there was just a single case.
?As of June 16, 44,688 positive cases and 1,837
deaths have been recorded.
?New-found spirit of camaraderie between the Arvind
Kejriwal-led government of Delhi and the BJP-led
Centre.
?Meanwhile, complaints of denial of patient care,
exploitative billing by private hospitals, and
deliberate attempts to underreport cases and deaths
have surfaced.
?Community spread or not
?Prediction: expected to cross 5.5 lakh by July-end
?Delhi failed in health infrastructure preparedness
?A new six-member advisory committee of
eminent experts has been constituted to advise
the Delhi Disaster Management Authority (DDMA).
?The L-G issued orders empowering government
officials to impose fines ranging from ?500 to
?1,000 on those found violating norms related to
COVID-19 prevention such as spitting in public
among others, besides fresh measures to ensure
transparency in the functioning of the city ’s
medical facilities.
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United front in Delhi
Disorder at the border
Enemy inside gates (HT)
Multilateralism post COVID-19
Maternal health matter
United front in Delhi
?Delhi is in the grip of the pandemic, and its response
had been chaotic until recently.
?On March 4, there was just a single case.
?As of June 16, 44,688 positive cases and 1,837
deaths have been recorded.
?New-found spirit of camaraderie between the Arvind
Kejriwal-led government of Delhi and the BJP-led
Centre.
?Meanwhile, complaints of denial of patient care,
exploitative billing by private hospitals, and
deliberate attempts to underreport cases and deaths
have surfaced.
?Community spread or not
?Prediction: expected to cross 5.5 lakh by July-end
?Delhi failed in health infrastructure preparedness
?A new six-member advisory committee of
eminent experts has been constituted to advise
the Delhi Disaster Management Authority (DDMA).
?The L-G issued orders empowering government
officials to impose fines ranging from ?500 to
?1,000 on those found violating norms related to
COVID-19 prevention such as spitting in public
among others, besides fresh measures to ensure
transparency in the functioning of the city ’s
medical facilities.
?Dr. S. Jaishankar to Wang Yi
?External Affairs Minister Dr. S. Jaishankar has conveyed to his Chinese
counterpart Wang Yi, India's protest in strongest terms on violent face-off in
Galwan on 15th of this month.
?Dr Jaishankar recalled that at the meeting of senior Military Commanders
held on 6th June, an agreement was reached on de-escalation and
disengagement along the Line of Actual Control.
?Ground commanders were meeting regularly to implement this consensus
throughout the last week.
?While there was some progress, the Chinese side sought to erect a structure
in Galwan valley on Indian side of the LAC.
?While this became a source of dispute, the Chinese side took pre-meditated
and planned action that was directly responsible for the resulting violence
and casualties.
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United front in Delhi
Disorder at the border
Enemy inside gates (HT)
Multilateralism post COVID-19
Maternal health matter
United front in Delhi
?Delhi is in the grip of the pandemic, and its response
had been chaotic until recently.
?On March 4, there was just a single case.
?As of June 16, 44,688 positive cases and 1,837
deaths have been recorded.
?New-found spirit of camaraderie between the Arvind
Kejriwal-led government of Delhi and the BJP-led
Centre.
?Meanwhile, complaints of denial of patient care,
exploitative billing by private hospitals, and
deliberate attempts to underreport cases and deaths
have surfaced.
?Community spread or not
?Prediction: expected to cross 5.5 lakh by July-end
?Delhi failed in health infrastructure preparedness
?A new six-member advisory committee of
eminent experts has been constituted to advise
the Delhi Disaster Management Authority (DDMA).
?The L-G issued orders empowering government
officials to impose fines ranging from ?500 to
?1,000 on those found violating norms related to
COVID-19 prevention such as spitting in public
among others, besides fresh measures to ensure
transparency in the functioning of the city ’s
medical facilities.
?Dr. S. Jaishankar to Wang Yi
?External Affairs Minister Dr. S. Jaishankar has conveyed to his Chinese
counterpart Wang Yi, India's protest in strongest terms on violent face-off in
Galwan on 15th of this month.
?Dr Jaishankar recalled that at the meeting of senior Military Commanders
held on 6th June, an agreement was reached on de-escalation and
disengagement along the Line of Actual Control.
?Ground commanders were meeting regularly to implement this consensus
throughout the last week.
?While there was some progress, the Chinese side sought to erect a structure
in Galwan valley on Indian side of the LAC.
?While this became a source of dispute, the Chinese side took pre-meditated
and planned action that was directly responsible for the resulting violence
and casualties.
?It reflected an intent to change the facts on ground in violation of all
agreements to not change the status quo.
?Dr Jaishankar stressed that this unprecedented development will have a
serious impact on the bilateral relationship.
?He said the need of the hour was for the Chinese side to reassess its actions
and take corrective steps.
?The two sides should scrupulously and sincerely implement the understanding
that was reached by the Senior Commanders on 6th June.
?Troops should strictly respect and observe the line of actual control and
should not take any unilateral action to alter it.
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