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15th September, 2020


  • Defence Minister Rajnath Singh tells Lok Sabha, violent conduct of Chinese troops along LAC is a violation of all past agreements; India committed to resolve border issues through negotiation.

  • Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurates various projects under 'Namami Gange' and 'AMRUT' schemes in Bihar.

  • Pradhan Mantri Garib Kalyan Package Insurance Scheme for health workers fighting COVID-19 extended for another six months.

  • Government says, there is no shortage of oxygen cylinders in the country.

  • Cabinet gives nod to establishment of new AIIMS at Darbhanga in Bihar; Also approves Haryana Orbital Rail Corridor Project from Palwal to Sonipat.


Defence Minister Rajnath Singh today asserted that India remains committed to resolve the current issues in its border areas through peaceful dialogue and consultations. Mr Singh said, India believes that mutual respect and mutual sensitivity are the basis for peaceful relations with neighbours. Making a statement in the Lok Sabha on the LAC situation, the Defence Minister said, India wants to resolve the current situation through dialogue. He said, India has been continuously maintaining diplomatic and military engagement with the Chinese side. Mr Singh informed the House that India is taking a stand on three key principles. He mentioned that both sides should strictly respect the Line of Actual Control and asserted that any attempt to unilaterally alter the status quo will not be acceptable. Mr Singh also said, all agreements and understandings between India and China should be fully abided by in their entirety.

"हमने चायनीज साइट के साथ डुप्लेमेट्री और मिलेट्री इन---मेंट बनाए रखा है। इन डिसकसन् में तीन की प्रिसिंपल हमारी एपरोच को तय करते हैं। फर्स् दोनों पक्षों को एलएसी का सम्मान और कड़ाई से पालन करना चाहिए। सेकेन् किसी भी पक्ष को अपनी तरफ से यथास्थिति का उल्लंघन करने का प्रयास नहीं करना चाहिए और थर्ड दोनों पक्षों के बीच सभी समझौतों को और अंडरस्टैंडिंग्स का पूर्णतया पालन होना चाहिए।"

The Defence Minister urged the House to pass a resolution in support of the Armed forces, who he said, have been defending our motherland at great heights and most inclement weather conditions. He said, China continues to be in illegal occupation of approximately 38,000 sq. kms in Ladakh. Mr Singh said, under the so-called Sino-Pakistan 'Boundary Agreement' of 1963, Pakistan illegally ceded 5,180 sq. km. of Indian territory in Pakistan Occupied Kashmir to China. The Defence Minister said, India had situations of prolonged stand-offs in border areas with China in the past as well, which he said, were resolved peacefully.  Mr Singh said, even though the situation this year is very different both in terms of the scale of troops involved and the number of friction points, India remains committed to peaceful resolution. He said, violent conduct of Chinese troops along the LAC is a violation of all past agreements.

The Defence Minister said though China has mobilised a huge number of Army battalions and armaments along the LAC, the Indian Army is ready to deal with any situation along border.

"इस वर्ष हाल की घटनाओं में चाइनीज फोर्सेज़ का वॉललेंट कन्डक्, सभी निचली एडिट नार्म्स का पूरी तरह से उल्लंघन है। अभी की स्थिति के अनुसार चायनीज साइट ने एलएसी और अंदरूनी क्षेत्रों में बड़ी संख्या में सैनिक टुकडि़यां और गोलाबारूद मोबिलाइज किया हुआ है। चीन की कार्रवाई के जवाब में हमारी आर्म्स फोर्सेज़ ने भी इन क्षेत्रों में उपयुक् काउंटर डिपलॉयमेंट किए हैं अध्यक्ष महोदय ताकि भारत के सिक्योरिटी इंटरस् को पूरी तरह से सुरक्षित रखा जा सके।"

Congress MPs staged a walkout from Lok Sabha demanding discussion on India-China border issue.


India has said the Pakistani NSA deliberately projected a fictitious map that Pakistan has recently been propagating at the meeting of the National Security Advisers of member states of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO). In response to questions on today’s meeting of NSAs of SCO member states, External Affairs Ministry spokesperson Anurag Srivastava said this was in blatant disregard to the advisory by the host Russia against it and in violation of the norms of the meeting. He said, the Indian side left the meeting in protest at that juncture after consultation with the host. Mr Srivastava said, as was to be expected, Pakistan then went on to present a misleading view of this meeting.

Government sources said, Pakistan’s use of a fictitious map as a backdrop for its representative depicting sovereign Indian territories as part of Pakistan is a blatant violation of the SCO Charter and against all its established norms of safeguarding the sovereignty and territorial integrity of SCO Member States. Sources said, India issued its strong objection to the use of this illegal map by Pakistan. The Russian side, as the Chair, tried very hard to persuade Pakistan not to do so.


Prime Minister Narendra Modi today inaugurated and laid the foundation stones for seven projects related to urban infrastructure in Bihar under 'Namami Gange' and 'AMRUT' schemes through video conferencing. Out of these, four projects are related to water supply, two to sewerage treatment and one to riverfront development. The total cost of these projects is 541 crore rupees. The implementation of these projects has been undertaken by Bihar Urban Infrastructure Development Corporation Ltd.

During his address, the Prime Minister said, the programme is taking place on the occasion of Engineer's Day which marks the birth anniversary of great engineer of the country M Vishvesvaraya. He asserted that the engineers of the country have made an unprecedented contribution in building the nation as well as the world.

Mr. Modi said, more than 50 projects worth 6000 crore rupees have been approved in Bihar to keep river Ganga clean. He said, several tourist spots are emerging along the bank of Ganga. He expressed hope that the Namami Gange project will change the life pattern of the people. The Prime Minister said that under the Namami Gange mission, development work on more than 180 ghats is going on in the country.  

"नमामि गंगे मिशन के तहत बिहार सहित पूरे देश में 180 से अधिक घाटों के निर्माण का काम चल रहा है। इसमें से 130 घाट पूरे भी हो चुके हैं। देश में गंगा के किनारे कई जगहों पर आधुनिक सुविधाओं से युक्त रिवरफ्रंट पर भी काम तेजी से चल रहा है। पटना में तो रिवर फ्रंट का प्रोजेक्ट पूरा हो चुका है। मुजफ्फरपुर में भी ऐसा ही रिवर फ्रंट बनाने की परियोजना का शिलान्यास किया गया है।"

The Prime Minister said, due to joint efforts of the Center and the  Bihar government, basic amenities like drinking water and sewer are constantly improving in the cities across the State. 

"साल 2014 के बाद से, एक प्रकार से बुनियादी सुविधाओं से जुड़ी योजनाओं का करीब करीब  पूरा नियंत्रण ग्राम पंचायतों या स्थानीय निकायों को दे  दिया गया है। अब, नियोजन से लेकर कार्यान्वयन और योजनाओं की देख रेख तक की सारी जरुरतें स्थानीय निकाय पूरा करने में सक्षम हो चुके हैं और यही कारण है कि बिहार के शहरों में पीने के पानी और सीवर जैसी बुनियादी सुविधाओं में निरंतर सुधार हो रहा है।"


Union Home Minister Amit Shah has expressed his gratitude to Prime Minister Narendra Modi on the inauguration and foundation stone laying of urban infrastructure projects in Bihar. In a tweet, Mr Shah said, since 2014, Modi Government is dedicatedly working towards the welfare of the people of Bihar and development of the State.


The Union Cabinet has approved establishment of a new All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) at Darbhanga, Bihar.  This will be established under the Pradhan Mantri Swasthya Suraksha Yojana (PMSSY).  The Cabinet also approved creation of one post of Director for Darbhanga AIIMS. The total cost on setting up the new AIIMS will be 1,264 crore rupees and is likely to be completed within a period of 48 months. New AIIMS will add 750 hostpital beds and add 100 UG (MBBS) seats and 60 B.Sc (Nursing) seats.


The Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs, (CCEA) has given its approval to the Haryana Orbital Rail Corridor Project from Palwal to Sonipat via Sohna-Manesar-Kharkhauda.

This Rail Line will start from Palwal and end at existing Harsana Kalan station on the Delhi-Ambala section. This will also give connectivity enroute to existing Patli Station on the Delhi-Rewari line, Sultanpur station on Garhi Harsaru-Farukhnagar Line and Asaudha Station on Delhi Rohtak Line.

Our correspondent reports, the project will be implemented by Haryana Rail Infrastructure Development Corporation Limited, a Joint Venture company set up by the Ministry of Railways with the government of Haryana. The project is likely to be completed in 5 years with estimated completion cost of 5,617 crore rupees.

The districts of Palwal, Nuh, Gurugram, Jhajjar and Sonepat districts of Haryana will be benefitted through this rail line.

This will facilitate diversion of traffic not meant for Delhi thus decongesting NCR and will help in developing multimodal logistics hubs in Haryana State sub-region of NCR.


The Pradhan Mantri Garib Kalyan Package Insurance Scheme for Health Workers Fighting COVID-19 has been extended for another six months. It was announced on 30th March this year for a period of 90 days and it was extended for a further period of 90 days up to 25th September. The scheme has now been extended for another 180 days.

This Central Sector Scheme provides an insurance cover of 50 lakh rupees to healthcare providers, including community health workers, who may have to be in direct contact and care of COVID-19 patients and therefore at risk of being infected. It also includes accidental loss of life on account of contracting COVID-19.


The Health Ministry today said, there is no shortage of oxygen cylinders in the country. Briefing media in New Delhi, Union Health Secretary Rajesh Bhushan said, today's capacity for production of oxygen is slightly more than 6 thousand 9 hundred metric tonne. Replying to a media query, Mr Bhushan said, each state needs to ensure proper inventory management so that oxygen can be replenished in time. The Ministry said, over 38.5 lakh patients in the country have recovered from COVID-19 so far and the rate of recovery on day to day basis is showing an increase. The Health Secretary said, active cases are only 1/5th or 20 per cent of the total cases and the recovery rate stands at 78.28 per cent. He added that over 5.8 crore samples have been tested so far and over 76 lakh tests done last week. He said, deaths per million population in India are 58, which is among the lowest in the world and the global average is 118.

"हमारे यहां तीन हजार पांच सौ केस प्रति मिलियन population हैं, जबकि अन् देशों में ये पांच हजार से लेकर ऑलमोस् 22 हजार प्रति मिलियन तक हैं। उसी प्रकार डैथ प्रति मिलियन यहां भी भारत सबसे नीचे संख्या दिखा रहा है। हमारे यहां 58 मृत्यु प्रति मिलियन होती हैं, जबकि विश् के अन् देशों में 128 से लेकर लगभग छह सौ से कुछ अधिक मृत्यु प्रति मिलियन हो रही हैं।"

Director General of Indian Coucil of Medical Research Dr Balram Bhargava said, three vaccines are at clinical trial stage in India.


Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has asked officials to ensure availability of oxygen in the hospitals and said that if anyone is found involved in black marketing of oxygen then FIR will be filed against the person. He has also asked officials to focus on Lucknow, Meerut, Gorakhpur, Prayagraj and Saharanpur districts to contain COVID-19.

"Presiding over a review meeting Yogi Adityntah directed the senior officials of the health department to further strengthen the health services. He said that the oxygen should be available on the prescribed rate and guard against its black marketing. The CM asked to pay extra attention to Lucknow, Meerut, Gorakhpur, Prayagraj, Saharanpur and Muzaffarnagar and treatment facilities in these districts should be strengthened and contact tracing to be expedited. These are the districts where a surge is being seen in new cases.  SUSHIL CHANDRA TIWARI, AIR NEWS, LUCKNOW"


Arunachal Pradesh Chief Minister Pema Khandu has tested positive for Covid-19. In a tweet Mr. Khandu said, as per SOP and safety of others, he is self isolating himself and requested everyone who came in contact with him to adhere to the SOP.


Lok Sabha unanimously passed the Salary, Allowances and Pension of Members of Parliament (Amendment) Bill, 2020, today. The Bill will replace the Salary, Allowances and Pension of Members of Parliament (Amendment) Ordinance which was cleared by the Union Cabinet on 6th April and promulgated on 7th April this year. The Bill seeks to reduce the salaries of MPs and the sumptuary allowance of Ministers by 30 per cent. These changes have been made for a period of one year effective from 1st April, 2020.Parliamentary Affairs Minister Pralhad Joshi had introduced the Bill in Lok Sabha yesterday.


Defence Minister Rajnath Singh has said, India is committed to a peaceful resolution of the on-going border stand-off with China in Ladakh. He made it clear that any attempt to unilaterally alter the status quo on the borders is unacceptable to New Delhi. Making a statement in the Lok Sabha today, the Minister said, the Indian Army has inflicted heavy costs including casualties on the Chinese side during the clash with the PLA at the Galwan valley on 15th of June in which 20 Indian soldiers made the supreme sacrifice.

The Defence Minister said, since April, build-up of troops and armaments by the Chinese side has been witnessed in the border areas adjacent to eastern Ladakh.

He said, in early May, the Chinese side had taken action to hinder the normal, traditional patrolling pattern of the Indian troops in the Galwan Valley area, which resulted in a face-off.

Mr. Singh said, even as the situation was being addressed by the ground commanders as per the provisions of the bilateral agreements and protocol, in mid-May the Chinese side made several attempts to transgress the LAC in other parts of the Western Sector.

This included Kongka La, Gogra and North Bank of Pangong Lake, the Minister said, adding that Indian armed forces detected these attempts early and responded appropriately.

India has made it clear to the Chinese side both through diplomatic and military channels that Beijing was, by such actions, attempting to unilaterally alter the status quo and it was categorically conveyed that this was unacceptable, he said.

After Mr. Singh’s statement, the Congress wanted to raise certain issues which was not allowed by Speaker Om Birla. Unhappy with this, Congress walked out of the House.

Lok Sabha passed the Salary, Allowances and Pension of Members of Parliament (Amendment) Bill. The Bill seeks to replace an ordinance which reduced the salary and allowances of MPs by 30 per cent.

Parliamentary Affairs Minister Pralhad Joshi said, the measure is for two years as part of the Government's efforts to boost finances to deal with the challenges posed by the novel coronavirus pandemic. At a time when the entire nation is contributing to fight the pandemic, Members of Parliament should set ideals, he said.

Members cutting across party lines supported the bill but many opposition members protested the Government's decision to scrap MPLAD fund of five crore rupees as well. Bhagwant Mann of Aam Aadmi Party and Independent member Navneet Rana said MPLAD fund is meant for people as it is spent in development projects in their respective Constituencies. The Government should restore it, they said.

Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury of the Congress claimed that no BJP member has supported the scrapping of the MPLAD fund and sought its restoration.

The House also took up for consideration and passage of the Essential Commodities (Amendment) Bill, which seeks to increase competition in the agriculture sector and enhance farmers’ income. It aims to liberalise the regulatory system while protecting the interests of the consumers. The Bill seeks to replace an ordinance promulgated by the Centre. BJP's P P Chaudhary described the proposed law and visionary and said it will help farmers as well as consumers. Prof. Sougata Roy of the Trinamool Congress opposed the Bill accusing the government of harming the interests of the farmers. 

Participating in the discussion on the Essential Commodities (Amendment) Bill, Dr. Amar Singh of the Congress described it anti-farmers and anti-poor.

Kalyan Banerjee of the Trinamool Congress also opposed the bill and accused the Centre of taking away powers of States. D M Kathir Anand of the DMK also opposed the Bill while Kaushalendra Kumar of the JD(U) supported it, saying the proposed legislation will benefit farmers.

Women and Child Development Minister Smriti Irani presented in Lok Sabha a Diet Chart for pregnant women and expressed the hope that the  members will ensure that Poshan Abhiyan is implemented in their respective constituencies

In November 2019, Speaker Om Birla has asked the minister to prepare a diet chart for pregnant women and provide it to all members for circulation in their respective constituencies.

Tabling the diet chart in the House, the Minister said it was prepared in deference to the wishes of the Speaker. She said her ministry had constituted a committee, comprising representatives from ICMR, Health Ministry and experts, to prepare the diet chart. This is for the first time that a Diet Chart for pregnant women is being presented in Parliament, she said.

Poshan Abhiyan or National Nutrition Mission was launched by Prime Minister Narendra Modi in March as the government's flagship programme to improve nutritional outcomes for children, pregnant women and lactating mothers.

The month of September has been declared as 'Poshan Maah'.

The Minister said, she would request all the members that despite challenges on account of COVID, they should try to implement the Poshan Abhiyan in their constituencies. Later the Bill was passed by voice vote.


Parliament has passed the Aircraft (Amendment) Bill, 2020 with Rajya Sabha approving it today. The Bill was passed earlier by Lok Sabha. Replying to a discussion on the Bill, Civil Aviation Minister Hardeep Singh Puri said, privatisation of the sector will help in the development of airports in the country. He cited the example of successful privatization process of Delhi and Mumbai airports saying that privatization of these airports have garnered 29 thousand crore rupees which was spent on the development of other airports in the country. Earlier, initiating the discussion K C Venugopal of the Congress questioned the Government’s move to lease out the airports including Trivandrum and Jaipur. Several members expressed their views against the selling of Air India. On the air safety issue, the Minister said, the Government will not compromise on it and India is doing well on the several parameters set by the air safety regulators. Appreciating the life line Udaan and Vande Bharat Scheme, he said, 16 lakh passengers were repatriated from the other countries. Responding to the debate, the Minister assured that there is no compromise on aviation safety. He said, the Government has recruited 1,000 air traffic controllers in the last three years. The vacancy stands at 3,500. He said, it would have been filled up this year itself had COVID-19 not slowed down the process.

Binoy Visvam of CPI criticized the Government on the issue. Dinesh Trivedi of Trinamool Congress said, Air India has played a vital role during the Vande Bharat Mission and plan for selling the airline should be reconsidered by the Government. He urged the Government to bring overall changes in the Aircraft Act, 1934. Prashanna Acharya of BJD said, strict regulations need to be adopted for the safety of aircraft and passengers. G V L Narshimha Rao of BJP said, the aviation sector has seen the transformational change in recent times. He lauded the Udaan Scheme saying that air prices have become cheaper and now a common man can afford air travel. He said, the objective of Prime Minister Narendra Modi is to make air travel safer and accessible for all sections of society, not just for the elite. Vishmbhar Nishad of Samajwadi Party, P. Wilson of DMK, V. Vijayasai Reddy of YSR Congress, Manoj Jha of RJD, Praful Patel of NCP and others participated in the discussion. Mr. Puri said, the legislation has given new definition to three bodies. He also said, the Bill raises the maximum limit on fines from 10 lakh rupees to one crore rupees. These fines are related to carrying arms, explosives and other dangerous goods aboard aircraft and constructing building or structures within the specified radius around an aerodrome reference point.

Dinesh Trivedi of Trinamool Congress said, Air India has played a vital role during the Vande Bharat Mission and plan for selling the airline should be reconsidered by the government. He urged the government to bring overall changes in the Aircraft Act, 1934.

Earlier, Vijay Sai Reddy of the YSR Congress party raised the issue of Release of funds allocated to Polavaram project from the Centre so that the project can be completed by 2021. Responding to this, Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman said, she was in touch with the Water Resources Minister and the State Finance Minister and will follow up on the matter. She said, the discussion with the Andhra Pradesh Finance Minister has been going on and the Centre will follow up the matter. Vikas Mahatme of the BJP raised the issue of several web series containing abusive language and demanded framing of law to ban them. In her Zero hour mention, Chaya Verma of Congress demanded that the number of days in MGNREGA be increased to 200. K R Suresh Reddy of TRS demanded that the issue of sharing of waters be referred to a tribunal while P Shanmugham of DMK demanded that benefit of PM Kisan be given to all farmers including tenants.

In her zero-hour mention, Jaya Bachchan of Samajwadi Party demanded that government should support the entertainment industry as it brings international name and recognition to the country. She said, the entertainment industry contributes one of the highest taxpayers and also has supported the nation in testing times.

Rajiv Satav of Congress drew attention of the Central Government on reservation of Maratha community. Ram Gopal Yadav of Samajwadi party said, several people are rendered unemployed due to lockdown and are driven towards suicidal deaths. He demanded that such people should be given allowance of 15 thousand rupees per month so that they are not forced to commit suicides. Anand Sharma of the Congress raised the issue of a large number of suicides in the country due to mental illness. He said India accounts for 15 per cent of suicides in the world. There is a Four per cent increase in suicides. Speaking on mental health issues, especially after COVID-19 and lockdown, he said, several people are committing suicides due to mental health disorder. Centre and States need to establish helpline and service centres to deal with these ailments. Ripun Bora of the Congress spoke on closure of two paper mills in Assam. K.C. Ramamoorthy of the BJP spoke against online Rummy. DMK MP Tiruchi Siva raised the issue of 'adverse impact of holding NEET examinations leading to suicides by students. Later, the House took up the Institute of Teaching and Research in Ayurveda Bill, 2020 for discussion. After the passage of the Bill, Health Minister Dr. Harsh Vardhan made a statement on the Covid situation in the country. He said, the battle on pandemic is far from over. Even as we are in Unlock, the community support is crucial to break the chain, he said.


International Day of Democracy is being observed today. On the occasion, Vice President M Venkaiah Naidu extended his greetings to the people and said, Democracy gives voice to the common man and ensures that all are equal before the rule of law.

Information and Broadcasting Minister also extended his greetings on the occasion, and said, democracy is the best system of governance, accountability, checks and balance.


External Affairs Minister Dr S Jaishankar held discussions with U.S. Special Representative for Afghanistan Reconciliation, Zalmay Khalilzad this evening. In a tweet, Dr Jaishankar said, useful discussions were held on the Doha Meeting and its follow-up.


The News Services Division of All India Radio in its bilingual live phone-in programme tonight will bring you a special discussion on Covid-19. Dr Narendra Saini, former Secretary General, Indian Medical Association will participate in the discussion.


Now, let us take a look at the weather forecast for tomorrow.

The National Capital Delhi will have partly cloudy sky. It will have a minimum temperature of 25 degrees Celsius and maximum of around 38 degrees.

In Mumbai, the minimum temperature will be 26 degrees Celsius and the maximum will be around 32 degrees.

In Chennai, the temperature will hover between 25 and 32 degrees Celsius.

Kolkata will witness partly cloudy sky with possibility of moderate rain or Thunderstorm.  The minimum temperature in the metropolis will be around 28 degrees Celsius while the maximum will be 34 degrees.

The minimum temperature will be 25 degrees Celsius in Jammu while the maximum will be around 35 degrees. The city will have mainly clear sky.

In Srinagar, the minimum temperature will be around 14 degrees while the maximum will be 30 degrees. The city will have mainly clear sky.

Ladakh will have mainly clear sky. The temperature will hover between 9 and 26 degrees Celsius.

In Gilgit, the temperature will hover between 15 and 30 degrees Celsius. It will have mainly clear sky.

In Muzzafarabad, there will be mainly clear sky. The temperature will hover between 23 and 36 degrees Celsius.

In Dehradun, the temperature will hover between 24 and 33 degrees Celsius. The city will have partly cloudy sky with possibility of rain or thunderstorm or Duststorm.

In Chandigarh, the sky will be partly cloudy. The minimum temperature will be 26 degrees Celsius while the maximum will be around 35 degrees.


In Hyderabad, the minimum temperature will be 23 degrees celsius while the maximum will be around 28 degrees. The city will have generally cloudy sky with heavy rain.


The minimum temperature in Ahmedabad will be around 27 degrees Celsius and the maximum temperature will be 34 degrees. The city will have generally cloudy sky with light rain.


Sports Ministry is set to establish the Khelo India Centre of Excellence, KISCE in six more States, under the Ministry’s flagship Khelo India scheme. Assam, Dadra and Nagar Haveli and Daman and Diu, Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh, Meghalaya and Sikkim have been identified in the second leg.

Earlier this year, the Ministry had identified eight centres including Karnataka, Odisha, Kerala, Telengana and the north east States of Arunachal Pradesh, Manipur, Mizoram and Nagaland in the first leg. Their existing centres will be upgraded into KISCE.


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