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PM Modi to hold his first in person meeting with US President Joe Biden; to also attend Quad Summit at White House today            PM Modi meets US Vice President Kamala Harris in Washington DC; both leaders call for free & open Indo-Pacific region            PM holds bilateral meetings with his Japanese & Australian counterparts in Washington D.C            President Ram Nath Kovind confers National Service Scheme Awards for 2019-20            Over 84 crore 15 lakh doses of COVID-19 vaccine administered under Nationwide Vaccination Drive so far; Recovery rate stands at 97.78 per cent           

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North Korea proposes talks if South Korea lifts hostility

North Korea proposes talks if South Korea lifts hostility
The powerful sister of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un has said the country is willing to resume talks with the South, if it ended its hostile policies.

Exiled Catalan separatist leader Carles Puigdemont detained in Italy on Spanish arrest warrant

Exiled Catalan separatist leader Carles Puigdemont detained in Italy on Spanish arrest warrant
Exiled Catalan separatist leader Carles Puigdemont has been detained in Italy on a Spanish arrest warrant. Spain has accused him of sedition for a breakaway independence referendum in 2017 that the courts ruled illegal.

UN High Commissioner for Human Rights warns of human rights catastrophe under military rule in Myanmar

UN High Commissioner for Human Rights warns of human rights catastrophe under military rule in Myanmar
The United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights Michelle Bachelet has warned of a human rights catastrophe under military rule in Myanmar.

PM Modi holds meeting with Adobe CEO Shantanu Narayen

PM Modi holds meeting with Adobe CEO Shantanu Narayen
Prime Minister Narendra Modi also had a productive meeting with Chief Executive Officer of Adobe Shantanu Narayen. Mr Narayan appreciated the efforts of India in fighting COVID and particularly in the rapid vaccination.

Madagascar: 46 people killed in clash between cattle thieves and villagers

Madagascar: 46 people killed in clash between cattle thieves and villagers
In Madagascar, 46 people died in a clash between cattle thieves and villagers. The attack took place in the Marovitsika commune in the south-east of the country.

Somalia hosts first public film-screening in 30 years

Somalia hosts first public film-screening in 30 years
Somalia has hosted its first public film-screening in 30 years - raising hopes of a cultural revival in the war-ravaged country. Two short films by Somali director Ibrahim C.M.

PM Modi holds meeting with Qualcomm CEO Cristiano Amon

PM Modi holds meeting with Qualcomm CEO Cristiano Amon
Prime Minister Narendra Modi today had a good meeting with Chief Executive Officer of Qualcomm Cristiano Amon. Qualcomm has a huge presence in India, including R&D.

China calls on G20 members to help ease the liquidity pressure in Afghanistan

China calls on G20 members to help ease the liquidity pressure in Afghanistan
At the G20 virtual foreign ministers’ meeting on Afghanistan today, China reiterated its support for the interim Taliban government in Kabul.

Indian Army to organise cultural fest to showcase linkages with Bangladesh during the liberation War

Indian Army to organise cultural fest to showcase linkages with Bangladesh during the liberation War
The Indian Army will organise a festival from September 26-29 at Kolkata to showcase the cultural linkage between India and Bangladesh during the liberation war of 1971.

Multi-national military force in Mozambique rescued women, children from militant base in Macomia

Multi-national military force in Mozambique rescued women, children from militant base in Macomia
A multi-national military force in Mozambique has rescued 87 women and children from a militant base in Macomia in the conflict-hit northern province of Cabo Delgado.

WHO revises air quality guidelines for first time since 2005

WHO revises air quality guidelines for first time since 2005
The World Health Organisation today revised its air quality guidelines for the first time since 2005. According to WHO, through tightened guidelines, it hopes to spur countries toward clean energy and prevent deaths and illness caused by air pollution.

US to donate 500 Million more Covid vaccines to other countries

US to donate 500 Million more Covid vaccines to other countries
United States has promised to buy 500 million more COVID-19 vaccine doses to donate to other countries. President Joe Biden wants to show it is leading by example.
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