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- States further ease COVID-19 restrictions in India; cases surpass 3.7 million-mark
- Former Afghan president Karzai supports Abdullah’s stance on Council structure
- Coronavirus infection in Nepal enters community transmission phase


Several states have further eased COVID-19 restrictions as part of Unlock Phase 4 in India in an effort to avert more serious economic damage. This comes as the country's COVID-19 tally crossed the 3.7 million mark on Wednesday with a single-day spike of over 78,000 cases in the past 24 hours.Tensions between India and China have renewed as New Delhi on Tuesday informed Beijing has yet again attempted a “provocative action” on August 31 just as military-level talks were being held to resolve the earlier August 29 and 30 intrusion at the southern bank of Pangong Tso lake in Ladakh. China has maintained it did not provoke any such conflict at the border.Load-shedding and high electricity bills have continued to trigger unrest among the people of Pakistan-administered Kashmir. Residents find it ironic that despite housing major hydro-power plants, the illegally-occupied region is unable to fulfill its minimum demand of power supply. Former Afghan president Hamid Karzai has said that he welcomes Abdullah Abdullah’s stance on selecting the members of the High Council for National Reconciliation after consultation with political leaders, elders and civil society organizations. The Council is a body tasked with leading peace negotiations with the Taliban. The rising number of coronavirus cases in Nepal has thrown government authorities into a tizzy. The health ministry has said that with growing cases in the Himalayan nation, 12 districts in the country have entered the phase of community transmission. The Tibetan government-in-exile in India's northern hill-town of Dharamsala marked the 60th Democracy Day on Wednesday. This day marks the anniversary of the establishment of the democratic system of the Tibetan people living in exile in India. Hindus in parts of northern India on Wednesday gathered at the banks of River Ganges and performed special prayers for salvation of their ancestors on the first day of 'Pitr Paksh', an annual fortnight-long ritual. During Pitr Paksh, Hindus do not organise any auspicious event like weddings or inking of business deals nor buy new clothes or products.


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