Protests erupt across Balochistan to demand justice for 4-year-old minor
Turbat [Pakistan], June 2 (ANI): Protests have erupted across Balochistan to demand justice for four-year-old Bramsh, who was shot along with her mother in Turbat city by Pakistan Army-backed criminals.
Foreign Secretary, Russian Ambassador discuss bilateral, regional issues
New Delhi [India], June 2 (ANI): Foreign Secretary Harsh Vardhan Shringla held talks with Russian Ambassador Nikolay Kudashev and discussed bilateral and regional issues of mutual interest.
Pakistan's COVID-19 cases count crosses 76,000

Islamabad [Pakistan], June 2 (ANI): A total of 76,106 COVID-19 cases have been reported in Pakistan with 27,110 people having recovered from the infection and 1,599 deaths due to the disease.

Gaitri I Kumar appointed India's next envoy to UK
New Delhi [India], June 2 (ANI): Gaitri I Kumar, an Indian Foreign Service officer of 1986 batch, has been appointed India's next Ambassador to the United Kingdom.
Violence against journalists covering George Floyd protests in US cities increase
Washington DC [USA], June 2 (ANI): Dozens of journalists covering the protests in US cities over the death of African American man George Floyd have claimed that they have been beaten, chased and even shot at.
Persecution, forced conversion of Hindu girls on rise in Pakistan
Mirpur Khas [Pakistan], June 2 (ANI): The minorities in Pakistan, especially Hindus, continue to face persecution in the hands of state and non-state actors as incidents of violence and forced conversions are on the rise.
Special flight with 185 Indians departs from Kuwait
Kuwait City [Kuwait], June 2 (ANI): A special flight under Vande Bharat Mission departed from Kuwait with 175 stranded Indians and 10 infants for Kochi in Kerala.
Nepal Communist Party calls for bilateral meet with India to resolve territorial issue
Kathmandu [Nepal], June 2 (ANI): The ruling Nepal Communist Party has called for a bilateral meeting between Kathmandu and New Delhi to resolve the ongoing territorial issue between the two neighbours.
Trump criticised for St. John's photo-op amid protests
Washington D.C. [USA], June 2 (ANI): US President Donald Trump had to face widespread criticism after he stood outside St John church in Washington for minutes holding a Bible in his right hand on Monday -- just after police cleared his route from protesters demonstrating peacefully using tear gas and flash grenades.
France to ensure timely delivery of Rafale despite COVID-19 challenges: Rajnath Singh
New Delhi [India], June 2 (ANI): France has affirmed commitment to ensure timely delivery of Rafale aircraft despite challenges posed by COVID-19 pandemic, Defence Minister Rajnath Singh said on Tuesday after holding a telephonic conversation with French Minister of Armed Forces, Florence Parly.
Afghanistan reports 759 more COVID-19 cases
Kabul [Afghanistan], June 2 (ANI): Afghanistan on Monday reported 759 new COVID-19 cases within the past 24 hours, bringing the total tally to 16,509 cases, the country's health ministry confirmed, local media reported.
Markets reopen in Pakistan despite surging Covid cases

Punjab [Pakistan], June 2 (ANI): Buckling under the business community's pressure and to "keep the economy running," the Punjab government has allowed opening of all markets, bazaars, shopping malls and other businesses five days a week with longer working hours despite a consistent increase in coronavirus infections across the country, which stood at 76,398 on Tuesday.

Floyd protests: 2 police officers severely injured after SUV rams into crowd in Buffalo
New York [USA], June 2 (ANI): Some law enforcement officers were injured and two of them suffered serious wounds, on Monday night after an SUV car rammed into a crowd of protestors in Buffalo city in New York state which saw riots despite a curfew.
Trump, Putin discuss expansion of G7 summit, oil markets over phone

Washington D.C. [USA], June 2 (ANI): US President Donald Trump spoke with his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin over the phone on Monday and discussed plans of expanding the Group of 7 to include a more diverse gathering of countries, such as India and Russia, that would better represent the global response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Majority of Americans in favour of controlling pandemic outbreak rather than restarting economy, poll finds Mayhem, widespread looting in New York for second night in a row, ahead of curfew Officials concerned that crowded protests may spark a surge in Covid infections China's economy looks strong--unless you're looking for a job New Ebola outbreak detected in Congo Trump says peaceful protests derailed by 'acts of domestic terrorism' Trump says he will invoke 1807 law to mobilize military in US to 'quickly solve the problem' Fully committed to provide justice to George and his family, says Trump George Floyd death: Former US President Obama condemns violence at protests Active duty US military forces deployed in Washington, DC to tackle protests Active duty US military forces deployed in Washington, DC to tackle protests Curfew imposed in New York City till Tuesday morning amid protests over Floyd's death No evidence COVID-19 changed in terms of transmissibility, severity of Illness: WHO Expert Trump has made it clear anarchy, lawlessness on America's streets is unacceptable: White House Press Secretary China should respect norms, use diplomacy to resolve border issues with India: US House Committee Washington DC placed under curfew Pak SC rejects Sindh govt's petition against acquittal of convicts in Daniel Pearl murder case Modi, Morrison virtual meet would reflect how like-minded democracies need to work together post-COVID-19: Envoy Lucknow bound Vande Bharat flight with 136 Indians departs from Riyadh Vande Bharat Mission: Flight with 152 passengers departs from Kuwait Businessmen in Ghizer area of Gilgit Baltistan suffer amid lockdown Iran records nearly 3,000 new coronavirus cases, 81 deaths India, Australia relations will 'scale greater heights' with virtual summit: Envoy India, China should resolve LAC issue bilaterally: Australian High Commissioner High Commissioner Gopal Baglay thank Indian govt, Navy for facilitating repatriation of nationals from Sri Lanka 'Vande Bharat' special flight to bring home stranded labourers from Dubai Bhopal district Admin acquires MANIT hostel for converting it into quarantine centre Elated Indians gladly stands in queue to embark on ship INS Jalashwa Pakistan: Corona, food shortages and political dissent 12 migrant workers killed in road accident on Nepal highway
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