According to reports, the The People’s Liberation Army’s Eastern Theater Command dispatched naval and air forces to conduct joint patrols and combat exercises “in the waters and airspace in southwestern Taiwan” to monitor the situation. American ship throughout the Taiwan Strait. In addition, less than 100 right-wing demonstrators, largely outnumbered by an overwhelming police presence and even by journalists, gathered on Saturday at the foot of the Capitol to denounce what they called the mistreatment of “political prisoners” who stormed the building. at the Capitol on January 6, in the news related to Covid, India recorded 30,773 new infections on Sunday, a decrease of 13.7% compared to Saturday
China plans military exercise near Taiwan after US warship passes through Taiwan Strait
The move came after an American warship allegedly transited the Taiwan Strait through international waters “in accordance with international law”, which apparently “provoked” China over its sovereignty over the island. The Global Times, citing the PLA’s Eastern Theater Command, said Chinese troops were organized to monitor the US ship in the Taiwan Strait.
Rare right-wing protests against January 6 arrests spark huge police backlash
The peaceful rally was the first major right-wing protest since the January 6 riot, and though even organizers lamented the low turnout, the scene showed how the Capitol assault continues to reverberate eight months later. Capitol Police said on Twitter that they arrested a few people at the event, including a man who had a gun and was charged with illegal activities.
Biden administration to deport Haitians to South Texas
Migrants overwhelm the southern Texas town of Del Rio and add even more pressure to an immigration system already in the throes of record migration, with hundreds of thousands crossing each month and many already waiting for years of hearing.
Amid row, U.S. president seeks early talks with Macron to clear the air
The announcement came after Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison dismissed accusations that Canberra lied about plans to cancel the contract to purchase French submarines. The prime minister said he had expressed concerns about the deal “a few months ago”.
Thousands of seabirds found dead in northeast England and Scotland
Hundreds of seabirds have been found dead along the coasts of northeast England and Scotland. The UK Center for Ecology and Hydrology is investigating the cause of the deaths and said the majority of the birds were murres. Various bird watchers have reported hundreds of dead animals washed up on the beaches, while hundreds more have been seen floating in the sea.
IPL 2021: MI’s Rohit Sharma, Hardik Pandya miss CSK clash, Anmolpreet debuts
In Rohit’s absence, the squad are led by Kieron Pollard as the team’s all-around star Hardik Pandya also missed the successful clash, paving the way for Anmolpreet Singh’s debut. Speaking on Rohit’s absence, Pollard said he was only “replacing himself” for a one-time game and added that Rohit would join the squad soon.
Chinese military conducts exercises along Indian border with state-of-the-art equipment (Report)
The People’s Liberation Army would like “higher standards” from troops stationed at high altitudes. Chinese state newspaper Global Times reported last month that the PLA military command in Tibet had conducted large-scale joint exercises in the Tibetan Plateau region.
Indian EAM meets Saudi Foreign Minister and discusses regional and bilateral issues
In a meeting on Sunday, Foreign Minister S Jaishankar spoke with his Saudi counterpart Faisal Bin Farhan Al Saud on various developments in Afghanistan, the Gulf and the Indo-Pacific. The wide-ranging discussions also covered bilateral issues.
The suicide bomber who carried out the attack on Kabul airport was arrested in Delhi earlier, says ISIS-K
According to the propaganda magazine ISIS-K, the terrorist who carried out the suicide bombing against American soldiers and Afghans in Kabul airport August 26 was arrested in India five years ago. The terrorist organization claimed that Abdur Rahman al-Logri had visited Delhi and was captured by authorities in the capital in 2016.
India registers 30,773 new cases of COVID-19
Coronavirus cases appear to be declining in India as 30,773 new infections were recorded in the past 24 hours, down 13.7% from the cases recorded on Saturday. The daily positivity rate was 1.97%, or less than 3% in the past 20 days. In the past 24 hours, 309 people have died from COVID-19 in the country, bringing the total death toll to 4,44838.