South Asia Newsline | India records nearly 84,000 fresh Covid-19 cases


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- Amid border tensions with China, Indian Army Chief reaches northern Ladakh to review situation
- Locals blame authorities destroying historic places in Pakistan-administered Kashmir
- Indian Oil's crude carrier catches fire off Sri Lanka, one injured

Amid border standoff with China, Indian Army chief General Naravane on Thursday reached Leh as part of a two-day visit to review the operational preparedness in the Ladakh region. His visit comes at a time when Indian troops have thwarted the Chinese Army's attempts to transgress into areas in Ladakh. India registered 83,883 new coronavirus cases on Thursday and 1,043 more deaths. The spike has taken the total tally to over 3.8 million confirmed cases. Keeping in line with its ‘test, track, treat’ strategy to prevent the coronavirus from spreading, India has conducted more than 117,000 Covid-19 tests in the last 24 hours. Locals in Pakistan-administered Kashmir have blamed authorities are deliberately destroying places of historic and cultural significance in the illegally-occupied region. They accuse acute negligence compounded with systematic designs to not let the region develop has also deprived it of any major touristic footfall. A report. Ahead of peace talks set to start this week, Afghan President Ashraf Ghani and Abdullah Abdullah, Chairman of the High Council for National Reconciliation met the peace negotiating members on Wednesday morning. Ghani assured the members that as a national team they have the strong support of the government and people of Afghanistan. The United States has imposed sanctions against two senior officials of the International Criminal Court for prosecuting U.S. military and intelligence personnel in Afghanistan. The UN has expressed concerns over the sanctions saying it trusts any restriction taken against individuals will be implemented consistently". Local administration of Kathmandu Valley has extended the ongoing lockdown for another one week as COVID-19 cases continue to rise in the region. Virtual meeting between Chief District Officers of Kathmandu, Bhaktapur and Lalitpur on Wednesday evening decided to extend the lockdown for the third time till 9th of September. A fire that broke out on a fully-loaded supertanker off the east coast of Sri Lanka has been brought under control, a spokesman for the Sri Lankan navy said on Thursday, adding that one of its 23 crew was injured till the last reports came in. Favorable weather conditions and introduction of new varieties have helped farmers to boost the production of almonds this year in India's northern Jammu and Kashmir territory. The trees are loaded with enriched quality production and the farmers and dealers both are anticipating huge profits.

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