South Asia Newsline | COVID-19 vaccine may be ready in few weeks says Indian PM Modi
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South Asia Newsline - Dec 04, 2020 News Bulletin :
- Covid vaccine may be ready in a few weeks, says Indian PM Modi at all-party meet
- U.S. Envoy Khalilzad and Turkey stress need for support for Afghanistan peace process
- Bangladesh ships Rohingyas to remote island despite outcry
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday said experts believe the wait for the COVID-19 vaccine will not be long, adding that it may be ready in a few weeks. Addressing an all-party meeting over the coronavirus situation in the country, Modi asserted India will start Covid vaccination as soon as scientists give the nod. Thousands of protesting farmers on Friday continued to camp outside Indian capital New Delhi for the ninth day as they refused to budge until the new farms laws were repealed. A fifth round of talks between the government and 40 farmer unions over the farm laws is expected to take place on Saturday. The Reserve Bank of India kept key interest rates steady as widely expected on Friday amid persistently high inflation, and after a better-than-expected reading on economic growth. RBI Governor Shaktikanta Das said the economy was rebounding faster than expected from a coronavirus-induced slump earlier in the year but warned signs of recovery were far from being broad-based. The UN General Assembly held a two-day special session on the Covid-19 pandemic that began on Thursday, calling for solidarity and cooperation among member states in the fight against the pandemic. South Asian leaders, who addressed the session in a pre-recorded statement called for urgent action to avert economic collapse, underlined the necessity of universal access to COVID-19 vaccines once they are available for use. The U.S. Special Representative for Afghanistan Reconciliation Zalmay Khalilzad has said that he is heading back to the region to gather international support for the Afghan peace negotiations. Khalilzad met Turkey’s Deputy Foreign Minister in Ankara on Thursday, where they discussed the importance of continuous support to the peace process. He will also travel to Qatar. Bangladeshi Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has her country will "never forget and forgive" the brutalities committed by Pakistan in 1971 during its liberation war. Hasina made the comment during a rare meeting with Pakistani High Commissioner to Dhaka Imran Ahmed Siddiqui. More than 1,600 Rohingya refugees were relocated to a remote island in the Bay of Bengal on Friday despite concerns raised by human rights groups. The south Asian nation says this will ease chronic overcrowding in camps that are home to more than 1 million Rohingya, members of a Muslim minority who have fled neighboring Myanmar following a military crackdown. A teacher from a village school in India, praised for improving the education of girls, has won this year's Global Teacher Prize worth a million U.S. dollars. But he has already announced he will give away half of the prize money sharing it with runners-up in the competition.
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