Over 200 Indians remain inside the Kabul Embassy, including staff.

Afghanistan crisis: According to sources, an Indian plane is parked at Kabul’s chaotic airport, with the main concern being how to securely get staff from the Indian mission compound to the airport. According to NDTV, around 200 Indians, including Foreign Ministry personnel and paramilitary forces assigned with their safety, have yet to be evacuated from Kabul, Afghanistan’s capital.

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Meerabai Chanu Took First Medal In Olympic

Mirabai Chanu won silver in the women’s 49kg event, ending India’s 21-year drought for a weightlifting medal. Prime Minister Narendra Modi led the nation in congratulating Indian weightlifter Mirabai Chanu on winning the country’s first medal at the pandemic-affected Tokyo Olympics.

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China’s Reaction to Foreign Minister S Jaishankar’s Firm Message on the Ladakh Situation

While China has deployed its forces out of Galwan Valley and Pangong Tso, the disengagement from other friction points in eastern Ladakh, including as Hot Springs, Gogra, and Depsang, has not been completed. After India made it clear to China that the continuation of the current situation in eastern Ladakh was having a “negative impact” on bilateral ties, Beijing indicated today that it is willing to negotiate a “mutually acceptable solution” to the issues that demand “urgent treatment.”

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International Yoga Day 2021

Every year on June 21, the International Day of Yoga is commemorated with zeal. This year, the International Yoga Day 2021 will be observed on Monday, which is today, as Prime Minister Narendra Modi will deliver the sixth such address at 6:30 a.m. This year’s International Day of Yoga theme is ‘Yoga for Wellness,’ which is in line with contemporary concerns. Because it is a worldwide event,

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Carrie Lam, the leader of Hong Kong, is concerned about a Chinese nuclear power facility.

Following media allegations that the plant may be experiencing a leak, Hong Kong’s leader announced on June 15 that her administration is “very concerned” about the situation at a nearby nuclear power facility in mainland China.

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Israel’s New Prime Minister

In a seismic shift in the country’s tumultuous politics, a loose coalition of Israeli parties dismissed Benjamin Netanyahu, the country’s longest-serving prime minister, and created a new government on Sunday. Naftali Bennett, a right-wing Jewish nationalist and former tech millionaire, was set to lead the eight-party coalition, which was united only by their dislike for Bibi, the hardline right-wing leader.

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