Major Problem for India
The number of Coronavirus Infected infections in the country has reached close to 50 lakhs. In 24 hours, 83 thousand 809 new patients of Corona have been found. With this, the number of infected people has risen to 49 lakh 30 thousand 237. At the same time, 1 thousand 54 infected have been killed in one day, after which the death toll has also crossed 80 thousand. So far 80 thousand 776 people have died from this virus.
It is a matter of relief that so far 38 lakh 59 thousand 400 people have also been cured of the Coronavirus infection. On Monday, 79 thousand 113 people were discharged from the hospital. Good news came out of Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, Uttar Pradesh, Delhi, Bihar and Telangana on Monday. The number of people who have been cured more than the infected increased within 24 hours. Right now there are 9 lakh 90 thousand 61 patients who are being treated.
On Monday, 17 thousand 66 new cases of the corona were reported in Maharashtra. There were 15 thousand 789 discharges and 257 deaths. The total number of cases in the state has increased to 10 lakh 77 thousand 374. Of these, 7 lakh 55 thousand 850 people have been cured, while 2 lakh 91 thousand 256 patients are still being treated.
In Delhi, in the last 24 hours, there were 3229 cases of the corona, with which the total number of corona infected patients has now increased to 2, 21,533 in the national capital. In the last 24 hours, 26 patients died and the total death toll was 4770. At the same time, 3374 people have been cured in the last 24 hours and so far 1, 88,122 people have been cured.
How many cases of corona in the world?
More than 1 lakh 80 thousand cases of corona infections have been reported in the world in 24 hours, while more than 3 thousand deaths have occurred. So far 20 million 93 thousand 70 thousand 32 people have been infected in the world. 9 lakh 31 thousand 74 people have lost their lives. The good thing is that 2 crores 11 lakh 80 thousand 84 people have also been cured. At present, there are 72 lakh 58 thousand 874 active cases worldwide.
(The Present information as of Monday)
Tension is on the conclusion of the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in Ladakh and there was also a shootout between the Indian and Chinese forces last night. China is badly irritated by the constantly failing intrigue.
Chinese soldiers are plotting every way to take the blacktop and helmet top under their control, but the Indian Army already fails to detect their intentions. Chinese soldiers are trying to gain control of both these peaks at any cost.There are stressful situations on the Line of Actual Control (LAC). On 8 September the Chinese Army opened shot, to which the Indian Army gave a befitting reply.
Now a press release has been issued by the Indian Army on the entire incident. The army says that India is committed to reducing tension on the LAC. China is doing provocative activities to move forward.
On the charges being made by Beijing, the Indian Army said that at no stage did the Indian Army cross the LAC and did not use any aggression, including firing.
The Chinese Army People’s Liberation Army (PLA) is violating agreements between military and diplomatic negotiations and is carrying out aggressive manoeuvres.
Arunachal not of India: China. In rejoinder to the question of Union Minister Kiren Rijiju on the alleged abduction of five Indians by the Chinese army from the border in Arunachal Pradesh, China has given a strong response. China has said that it does not acknowledge Arunachal a part of India, rather it is the section of southern Tibet of China.
According to China’s official newspaper Global Times, China’s foreign ministry spokesman Chao Lijiang said, “China has never recognised the ‘alleged’ Arunachal Pradesh, it is the territory of southern Tibet of China. We have this from the Indian Army. There have been questions about the five missing Indians from the area, but we do not have any information about it at this time. ”
The Indian Army had raised the issue of alleged abduction of five people by the People’s Liberation Army (PLA) soldiers from Upper Subansiri district of Arunachal Pradesh.
Giving information about this, Union Minister Kiren Rijiju wrote on Sunday night through a tweet that the Indian Army is waiting for China’s reply. He wrote, “The Indian Army has sent a message to the People’s Liberation Army counterpart, waiting for a reply.”
The conflict also took place on the obscurity of 29 August
Earlier on the night of 29-30 August, according to the Indian Army, there was a clash between the soldiers of both the countries. So far no report has been received about anyone’s wounds. The Indian Army had circulated a report saying that the Chinese People’s Liberation Army, or the PLA, tried to change the status quo on the border, but the cautious Indian soldiers did not let this happen.
According to this statement, “Indian troops have stopped the incentive of Chinese numbers in Pangong Tso Lake. The Indian Army is in favour of restoring peace through dialogue but at the same time is committed to safeguarding the integrity of its territory.” The whole dispute continues at the brigade chief level. “
On 12 Sep…
The five Indian youths who had gone missing from Arunachal Pradesh amidst tension on the border, have now returned to their land. In the afternoon, the Chinese Army handed over five Indian youths who had gone missing from the border of Arunachal Pradesh to India. The Chinese Army PLA had said in the past that on September 4, five youths missing from the Indo-China border in Upper Subansiri district had found them across the border. However, on the Indian side, it was first reported by Congress MLA Ninong Iring and he had reportedly said that China would be set ablaze.
According to the news agency ANI, the Public Relations Officer of Defense in Tezpur said that the Indian Army, after completing all the formalities, received five Indian youths (missing from Arunachal Pradesh) in Kibittu today. Now as per the Corona Protocol, those five Indian citizens will be quarantined for 14 days and then handed over to their family members.
The incident came to light when two members of a group went hunting in the jungle and upon returning, they informed the families of the said five youths that they had been taken by Chinese soldiers from Serra-7, an army patrol area. The place is located 12 kilometres north of Nacho.
How the matter came to light
First Congress MLA from Arunachal Pradesh Ninong Iring claimed that the People’s Republic of China had allegedly abducted five youths from India. MLA Iring brought the matter to notice by tagging the PMO. The MLA claimed that five people from Subansiri district of Arunachal Pradesh have been abducted. He demanded immediate action from the Indian government.
After this, Union Minister Kiren Rijiju also expressed concern about the 5 residents of Arunachal Pradesh, saying that the Indian Army had sent a hotline message to its Chinese counterpart on Sunday. However, when asked this question a day ago, the spokesman of the Chinese Foreign Ministry said that he had nothing to say in this regard.
On 15 Sep
Amid ongoing tensions along the border between India and China, China has alleged that India “apparently … illegally … illegally infiltrated the Line of Actual Control (LAC)” during the military standoff in eastern Ladakh on August 29-30. Trespassing). India called the Chinese action a provocative attempt to change the status quo. This statement from China came after talks at the level of ministers of the two countries in Moscow. India has just reacted to this statement. Have not given
On the conversation between India’s Foreign Minister S Jaishankar and his Chinese counterpart, the ambassador said, “It is necessary that all infiltration troops go back. The troops must retreat as soon as possible to reduce the tension.”
Chinese Ambassador Sun Widong referred to the agreement reached during the earlier talks between the leaders of the two countries, saying that both sides should “strive for equal victory” rather than a “one gain and one loss” situation…
The Chinese embassy quoted Sun as saying, “I hope and believe that as long as both sides will follow the agreement made between the two foreign ministers for the troops of the Front Front and follow the true terms of negotiations and agreements, both sides will We will find a way to overcome this difficult situation.” He was commenting on the talks between Jaishankar-Wang.
India Took Stern Action. The Central IT Ministry has banned 118 Chinese apps. PUBG is also included in this list. The government has said that this Chinese app is a threat to India’s sovereignty and security. Apart from PUBG, 118 apps include CamCard, Baidu, Cut Cut, VooV, Tencent Weiyun, Rise of Kingdoms, Zakzak etc.
Earlier, on 29 June, the central government had banned 59 apps including TikTok. After this, in July, the Modi government also banned 47 other apps. It was said about these apps that they were working as clones of 59 previously banned apps.
On 1 Sep 2020 Data was realised
India’s economy in the drizzle. Amidst the Kovid-19 crisis, the country’s economy has beheld a steep deterioration of 23.9 per cent in the April-June quarter of the current financial year 2020-21.
The National Statistics Office released first-quarter gross domestic product (GDP) figures today. These figures showed a huge decline in GDP. It increased by 5.2 per cent in the same quarter of the previous year 2019-20 in GDP.
Explain that different rating agencies and industry experts had given estimates of the decline in GDP in the first quarter. The reason given for this is clearly that the industrial production has declined due to the coronavirus epidemic and the ‘lockdown’ to prevent it, the country has seen a huge decrease in GDP and there is also a big drop in employment figures.
The production of eight basic industries declined by 9.6 per cent in July. This is the fifth consecutive month while production of basic industries has declined. Production of basic industries has declined mainly due to poor performance of steel, refinery products and cement sector. In July 2019, eight basic industries production grew by 2.6 per cent.
According to the data released on Monday by the Ministry of Commerce and Industry, in July, seven sectors, except fertilizer … coal, crude oil, natural gas, refinery products, steel, cement and power sector output declined. Steel production in the month under review was down 16.5 per cent, 13.9 per cent of refinery products, 13.5 per cent of cement, 10.2 per cent of natural gas, 5.7 per cent of coal, 4.9 per cent of crude oil and 2.3 per cent of electricity.
On September 9
Fitch Ratings on stated India’s GDP (gross domestic product) growth forecast for the fiscal year 2021 to 10.5 per cent from 5 per cent. Fitch had guessed a 5 per cent growth in June this year. That is, where earlier GDP growth was considered to be -5% due to coronavirus epidemic and lockdown, now it has risen to -10.5%. Fitch Ratings has stated in its statement that economic activity has not returned to normal due to limited financial support and a weak financial system.
However, Fitch’s Indian unit India Ratings is more frustrated about the growth of the Indian economy. In a report released on Tuesday by India Ratings, India’s GDP will decline by 11.8 per cent in the commercial year 2021. It had previously estimated a weakness of 5.3 per cent.
According to the latest estimates by Fitch and India Ratings, these figures are the lowest in recent times. For the first time in the history of India, GDP had predicted such a huge deterioration. Earlier in 1980, GDP growth fell by 5.2 per cent.
On 15 Sep
The Asian Development Scenario (ADO) -2020 update issued by the ADB on Tuesday said that the economic motion in India has been firmly gripped by the Coronavirus. It has also reshaped consumer viewpoint, which will lead to a 9 per cent dribble in the gross domestic product (GDP) in the current financial year.
However, ADB forecasts that the Indian economy will witness a big jump in the next financial year 2021-22. ADB said that India’s economic growth rate will be 8 per cent in the next financial year due to the movement and opening of business activities.
Millions of people worldwide have lost their jobs due to Coronavirus. India too has not remained secure by this. Due to a weak market, jobs of millions of people have been lost in the country. In such a circumstance, the unemployment rate in India progressed once again in August compared to July. The unemployment rate was recorded at 8.35 per cent in August. Whereas in July last month it was 7.43 per cent less. The site is graver in rural India too. These figures have come out in the story of the Center for Monitoring Indian Economy.
Lay-off rate figures like this
According to data from the Centre of Monitoring Indian Economy- CMIE, the unemployment rate has increased in August. According to the data, the overall unemployment rate in India was 8.35 per cent in August. Whereas in July last month it was 7.43 per cent less.
The urban unemployment rate was recorded at 9.83 per cent in August, while the unemployment rate in rural areas was 7.65 per cent. The urban unemployment rate was 9.15 per cent in July, and the rural unemployment rate was 6.6 per cent.
In August, the employment situation declined rather than better. Both urban and rural unemployment rates registered a slight decline in July compared to June. The urban unemployment rate had come down to 9.15 per cent in July, from 12.02 per cent in June. While the rural unemployment rate fell from 10.52 per cent in June to 6.66 per cent in July. Earlier, the total unemployment rate reached 10.99 per cent in June.
Unemployment increased due to these reasons
- Experts say that due to lack of work in the agricultural sector, migrant labourers are returning to the cities. But the sluggish pace of manufacturing and textile sector has added to the problem of unemployment.
- Production has come down due to low demand. Many states have imposed mini lockdowns due to increasing cases of Corana virus.
- The unemployment rate has increased due to these reasons. Experts say that Corona has had a very wide impact on business. Because of this, the unemployment rate in the formal sector is 10 to 12 per cent.