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15th July, 2020


  • Prime Minister Narendra Modi asserts, partnership between India and European Union significant for peace and stability in the world.

  • Prime Minister emphasizes role of skilled migrant workers in changing local economy.

  • WHO guidelines of conducting 140 tests per day per million population already met by 22 States and Union Territories of the country.

  • In Bihar, complete lockdown to be imposed from tomorrow in the entire state till 31st of July to contain spread of COVID-19.

  • HRD Minister launches most affordable Covid-19 test kit developed by IIT Delhi.

  • Girls outshine boys, once again in Class 10th CBSE examination results.


Prime Minister Narendra Modi today said, India and the European Union are natural partners and their partnership is significant for peace and stability in the world. The Prime Minister was addressing the 15th meeting of the India-European Union Summit held in virtual mode this afternoon.

"इसके साथ-साथ एक action-oriented agenda बनाना चाहिए, जिसे निर्धारित समय-सीमा में कार्यान्वित किया जा सके। भारत और EU natural partners हैं। हमारी partnership विश्व में शांति और स्थिरता के लिए भी उपयोगी है। यह वास्तविकता आज की वैश्विक स्थिति में और भी स्पष्ट हो गयी है।हम दोनों ही democracy, pluralism, inclusivity, respect for international institutions, multilateralism, freedom, transparency जैसी universal values share करते हैं|"

The Prime Minister said, his government is committed to strengthen and deepen the relations between India and the European Union and highlighted the need to adopt a long-term strategic perspective for this.

"COVID-19 के कारण हमें मार्च में India-EU Summit स्थगित करनी पड़ी थी। अच्छी बात है कि आज हम virtual माध्यम से मिल पा रहे हैं। सबसे पहले मैं Europe में Coronavirus के कारण हुई क्षति के लिए संवेदना प्रकट करता हूँ। आपके शुरुआती remarks के लिए धन्यवाद। आप की तरह मैं भी भारत और EU के सम्बन्धों को और विस्तृत और गहरा बनाने के लिए प्रतिबद्ध हूँ। इस के लिए हमें एक दीर्घ-कालीन strategic perspective अपनाना चाहिए।"

The Prime Minister said that in such a situation, India-EU partnership can play an important role in economic reconstruction, and in building a human-centric and humanity-centric globalisation.

"COVID-19 के बाद आर्थिक क्षेत्र में वैश्विक स्तर पर नई समस्याएं उत्पन्न हो गयी हैं। इस के लिए democratic राष्ट्रों के बीच अधिक सहयोग की आवश्यकता है आज हमारे नागरिकों की सेहत और समृद्धि, दोनों ही चुनौतियों का सामना कर रहें हैं। Rules-based international order पर विभिन्न प्रकार के दबाव हैं।ऐसे में भारत-EU partnership, आर्थिक पुनर्निर्माण में, और एक मानव-केंद्रित और मानवता-केंद्रित globalisation के निर्माण में, महत्वपूर्ण भूमिका निभा सकती है।"

The Prime Minister said that apart from the current challenges, long-term challenges like climate change are also a priority for both India and EU.

"तत्कालीन चुनौतियों के अलावा Climate Change जैसे long-term challenges भी हम दोनों के लिए ही प्राथमिकता हैं। भारत में Renewable Energy के उपयोग को बढ़ाने के हमारे प्रयत्नों में हम यूरोप के investment और technology का आमंत्रण करते हैं।मैं आशा करता हूँ कि इस Virtual Summit के माध्यम से हमारे सम्बन्धों को गति मिलेगी।Excellencies, मैं आपसे बात करने के इस अवसर के लिए पुनः प्रसन्नता व्यक्त करता हूँ।"

The 15th meeting of the India-European Union Summit was co-chaired by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, President of European Council Charles Michel and President of European Commission Ursula von der Leyen. 


A Joint Statement of the Summit said, the leaders have decided to strengthen the India-EU Strategic Partnership, based on shared principles and values of democracy, freedom, rule of law, and respect for human rights, aiming at delivering concrete benefits for the people in India and the European Union. As the world's two largest democracies, India and the EU affirmed their determination to promote effective multilateralism and a rules-based multilateral order with the United Nations and the World Trade Organisation at its core. They will bolster their cooperation in international fora to reinforce international security, strengthen preparedness and response for global health emergencies, enhance global economic stability and inclusive growth, implement the Sustainable Development Goals and protect the climate and the environment. The Joint Statement said, the EU is looking forward to India’s G20 Presidency in 2022 and its membership in the UN Security Council in 2021-2022.


The External Affairs Ministry today said the India-EU summit was held in a very cordial atmosphere marked by mutual respect and appreciation between the leaders which has been a hallmark of past interactions between them. Briefing media this evening, Secretary (West) Vikas Swarup said, the EU is one of the largest investors in India with cumulative investment of over 91 billion dollars.

Mr Swarup said, the leaders went into considerable detail in exchanging views on shared challenge of terrorism. He said, Pakistan came up for discussion in context of activities it has been continuing against India and other countries in the region as well as in context of global terrorism. He said, India and EU reaffirmed their strong commitment to global peace and security, disarmament and non-proliferation and to combat terrorism in all its forms and manifestations. India and the EU agreed to intensify exchanges and cooperation in this regard.

Replying to a query, the Secretary (West) said, there is no time frame set for the conclusion of the Bilateral Trade and Investment Agreement, BTIA, but both sides have agreed that the two ministers mandated to take the discussions forward should meet as early as possible.

Mr Swarup said, as part of the review of global and regional development, India's relations with China did come up. He said, the Prime Minister shared country's views on the India-China relationship in general and the current situation in the border areas.


Prime Minister Narendra Modi today also addressed a virtual conclave on World Youth Skills Day organised by Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship. Speaking on the occasion, the Prime Minister Narendra Modi stressed on the vital role of skilled migrant workers in changing local economy.

"इसके अलावा चार-पांच दिन पहले देश में श्रमिकों की स्किल  मैपिंग का एक पोर्टल भी शुरू किया गया है। यह पोर्टल स्किल्ड लोगों को, स्किल्ड श्रमिकों की मैपिंग करने में अहम भूमिका निभाएगा। इससे Employers  एक click में ही स्किल्ड मैप वाले वर्कर्स तक पहुंच पाएंगे। ख़ासकर जो श्रमिक, हाल फिलहाल में शहरों से अपने गांवों में गए हैं, उन्हें बहुत मदद मिल पाएगी। आपने इधर बीच भी देखा होगा कि कैसे एक खास Skill set के साथ गांव पहुंचे लोगों ने, गांव का कायाकल्प करना शुरू कर दिया है। कोई स्कूल को पेंट कर रहा है, तो कोई नई डिजाइन के घर बनवा रहा है। छोटी-बड़ी हर तरह की ऐसी ही Skill, आत्मनिर्भर भारत की भी बहुत बड़ी शक्ति बनेगी।"

The Prime Minister presented a new mantra for the youth to skill, reskill and upskill in order to remain relevant in the rapidly changing business environment and market conditions. He stated that the Skill India Mission launched five years back on the same day has led to creation of a vast infrastructure for skilling, reskilling and upskilling and enhancing opportunities to access employment both locally and globally. It has led to hundreds of Pradhan Mantri Kaushal Kendras being set up across the country and increase in the capacity of the ITI ecosystem. Due to these concerted efforts, more than five crore youth have been skilled in the last five years.

The Prime Minister said, corona crisis has changed the nature of job and the work culture.


Union Home Minister Amit Shah has extended his greetings on the occasion of World Youth Skills Day today. In a tweet, Mr Shah said, the occasion also marks Five Years of Skill India Mission under the visionary leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

The Home Minister expressed confidence that by encouraging job seekers to become job givers, Skill India will surely go a long way in realising the Prime Minister’s vision of Aatmanirbhar Bharat.


Prime Minister Narendra Modi today reviewed the the ongoing development work at the Kedarnath Dham in Uttarakhand.

The discussions centred around furthering the divinity of Kedarnath temple and Jagatguru Shankaracharya Samadhi Sthal. The review also focussed on ensuring that travellers get all facilities on the Gaurikund-Kedarnath route and arrangements be made to showcase the historical and cultural significance of the pilgrimage using technology.


Union Health Ministry has said that the recovery rate from COVID -19 infection has now climbed up to 63.24 per cent with the total number of recovered cases reaching close to six lakh. The Ministry said, 20 thousand 572 people infected with the virus were cured during the last 24 hours taking the total number of recovered cases to 5 lakh 92 thousand and 31. The Ministry said, the actual case load of COVID-19 is only 3 lakh 19 thousand and 840 active cases. It said, the gap between recovered and active cases has been consistently growing and it stands at 2 lakh 72 thousand 191 today.


World Health Organisation-WHO in its Guidance Note on “Public Health Criteria to Adjust Public Health and Social Measures in the Context of COVID-19” has advised comprehensive surveillance for suspected cases. WHO has advised that a country needs 140 tests per day per million population. The Union Health Ministry has said that 22 States and Union Territories in the country are already conducting 140 and more tests per day per million and are being regularly advised to increase the testing capacity to match the WHO advised levels of testing.

The Ministry said, one of the factors strongly aiding the increasing numbers of COVID-19 tests in the country is the steadily growing network of labs for testing of COVID-19. With 865 labs in the government sector and 358 private labs, the total number of testing labs in the country has now gone up to 1,223.


Drug Controller General of India (DCGI) has given approval to the first fully indigenously developed Pneumococcal Polysaccharide Conjugate Vaccine. This vaccine is used for active immunization against invasive disease and pneumonia caused by “Streptococcus pneumonia” in infants. The vaccine is administered in a intramuscular manner. This is the first indigenously developed vaccine in the field of pneumonia. Earlier the demand of such vaccine was substantially met by licensed importers in the country since the manufacturers were all vaccine companies based outside India.

Union Health Ministry in a statement said, the vaccine has been developed by Serum Institute of India in Pune. Serum Institute first obtained the approval of DCGI to conduct Phase -I, Phase -II and Phase -III clinical trials of Pneumococcal Polysaccharide Conjugate Vaccine in India. These trials have since been concluded within the country. Besides, the Company has also conducted these clinical trials in another country - Gambia. Thereafter, the Company applied for approval and permission to manufacture this vaccine.


In Jammu and Kashmir, COVID-19 cases continue to witness a spike with the total number of positive cases reaching 11,173. Out of them, 6,223 people have recovered so far while active cases in the Union Territory stand at 4,755.

The death toll due to coronavirus infection has reached 204 as nine more people lost their lives in Kashmir valley during the last 24 hours. 

Meanwhile, Divisional Administration of Kashmir has been relentlessly reaching-out to the people and accordingly taking effective measures to contain the COVID-19 cases that has witnessed an upward trend for last about two weeks. Moreover, the Srinagar district authorities have already imposed strict restrictions in the 88 notified Containment Zones of the city.

"Divisional Commissioner Kashmir, Pandurang K Pole chaired weekly review meeting on Covid-19 pandemic in Srinagar. He has directed the concerned officers for taking strict action against the SoP Violators for not wearing face masks and adhering to social distancing norms. He instructed Deputy Commissioners of valley districts to ensure that goods and service providers, customers, transporters, commuters do strictly abide by the laid down guidelines regarding Coronavirus, for its effective control. Meanwhile, with an aim to control the spread of COVID-19 infection, District Magistrate Kupwara Anshul Garg has extended the already imposed restrictions under section 144 CrPC and section 34 of Disaster Management Act across Kupwara till 25th of this month. Sunil Koul, AIR News, Srinagar"


In Bihar, a complete lockdown will be imposed from tomorrow for 16 days in the entire state to contain the spread of COVID-19. The lockdown will be effective till 31st of July. The decision has been taken due to an alarming spike in COVID-19 cases in the state during the last three weeks.

During this period, all Government offices, Public corporations and educational institutions will remain closed in the state.


In Arunachal Pradesh, a 4-day complete lockdown has been imposed in Leparada District starting from today to July 18. District Magistrate cum Chairman DDMA Leparada, Duly Kumdak in an order has stated that the decision has been taken due to rise in number of corona infections in the district. During this period, the Contact Tracing will be expedited to check the further spread of the disease. Eight COVID19 cases have been reported from the district. Out of them 7 are under treatment and one recovered.


In Gujarat, the recovery rate of COVID-19 has improved further, reaching up to 70 percent. Addressing a press conference at Gandhinagar, Deputy Chief Minister Nitin Patel said, over 30 thousand people have been discharged from various hospitals after recovery in the state.

"Deputy Chief Minister Nitin Patel said that speedy, timely and good treatment resulted in the improvement of recovery rate as well as reducing the death rate. Mr. Patel who is also holding the portfolio of health ministry has said that death rate of Covid19 reduced to 1.5 percent. It was 6.5 percent during the month of March and April. He said that the Government is constantly monitoring the Covid19 situation in the state. He said that health services at door steps through more than 900 Dhanvantari Raths has yielded good results. He said that improvement in recovery rate also reduced the burden on hospitals and medical staff in the state. Yogesh Pandya, AIR News, Ahmedabad."


In Kerala, COVID-19 cases are on a rise with the state confiming 623 new coronavirus cases today.

"The  State is in high as among the new cases 432 persons contracted the disease through local transmission. Kerala also reported one more Covid death, in Idukki district taking the death toll due to Covid to 35 in the State. Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan said that as 60% of the Covid patients are having no symptoms, the situation demands high end caution as anyone can get disease from anywhere. The worst hit Thiruvananthapuram district continue to record highest number of covid cases with 157 new cases. Chief Minister said that special Covid care first line treatment centre is  being prepared in Thiruvananthapuram with 750 beds and latest medical facilities. Special hospital is also made functional in Poonthura region. He further said that all necessary arrangements are being done to enable proper fund flow to the Local Self Govts, who are the backbone of State's covid battle. Mayusha for AIR News from Thiruvananthapuram."


Human Resource Development Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank and Minister of State for HRD Sanjay Dhotre have launched the most affordable COVID-19 test Kit. It has been developed by IIT Delhi. COROSURE is one of the companies which has received the non exclusive license from IIT Delhi for the probe free RT-PCR based COVID-19 test kit. Our correspondent reports, the test kit has been developed by IIT Delhi, manufactured by New Tech Medical Devices and will be made available across hospitals and all diagnostic centers.


The government today said, reduction in GST rate would help neither manufacturers nor consumers. The issue of GST rate on alcohol based hand sanitizers has been reported in few sections of media. In a release, the government clarified that sanitizers attract GST at the rate of 18 per cent. Sanitizers are disinfectants like soaps, anti-bacterial liquids and dettol which all attract duty standard rate of 18 per cent under the GST regime. Reducing the GST rate on sanitizers and other similar items would lead to an inverted duty structure and put the domestic manufacturers at a disadvantage vis-a-vis the importers of hand sanitizers. Lower GST rates can only help imports by making them cheaper. This is against the government’s policy on Atmanirbhar Bharat. Consumers would also eventually not benefit from the lower GST rate if domestic manufacturing suffers on account of inverted duty structure. 


In our series "Expert Speak" on All India Radio we bring you the views of the leading medical experts on COVID-19.

Speaking to AIR News, Dr. Saurabh Mehrotra, consultant at Mental Health Division in Medanta Hospital emphasised that people should indulge in positive addictions namely reading books, music activities, exercise including others. He said, special care should be taken, not to over-expose oneself to excessive COVID related News which leads to anxiety related issues.


The News Services Division of All India Radio in its bilingual live phone-in programme tonight will bring you a Special discussion on Covid-19. Vaidya Rajesh Kotecha, Secretary, Ministry of Ayush will participate in the discussion. This can be heard tonight on FM Gold Channel and additional frequencies from 9.30 PM onwards.


Defence Minister Rajnath Singh will visit forward areas of Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh on 17th and 18th of this month. Army Chief General M M Naravane will accompany him. During this visit, they will review the security situation in Eastern Ladakh. Our correspondent quoting sources reports, senior Defence officials including the Northern Army Commander will also accompany Mr Singh. This will be Defence Minister’s first visit to Ladakh since the face-off with China commenced.


Defence Acquisition Council (DAC) has delegated the powers for progressing urgent Capital Acquisition Cases upto 300 crore rupees to the Armed Forces to meet their emergent operational requirements. This will shrink the procurement timelines and ensure placement of orders within six months and commencement of deliveries within one year. A decision in this regard was taken today during the special DCA meeting held under the chairmanship of Defence Minister Rajnath Singh. The meeting was called considering the security environment due to prevailing situation along the Northern Borders and the need to strengthen the Armed Forces for the defence of country's borders.


The Government has decided to allow Invalid Pension to Armed Forces Personnel with less than ten years of qualifying service. This pension is granted to the Armed Forces Personnel who are invalided out of service on account of disability which is accepted as Neither Attributable to Nor aggravated (NANA) by Military Service. Defence Minister Rajnath Singh approved a proposal in this regard. It will be available to those Armed Forces Personnel who were in service on or after 4th of January 2019.

Earlier, the minimum period of qualifying service actually rendered and required for invalid pension was ten years or more. By this decision, Armed Forces Personnel whose service is less than ten years and became or become invalided out of service on account of any bodily or mental infirmity which is NANA by Military service and which permanently incapacitated or incapacitates them from military service as well as civil re-employment, will be benefited.


Home Ministry has termed as fake an order issued on 30th January this year appointing IPS BBL Patale as Joint Director, Internal Security in the ministry. The Ministry clarified that no such order was issued. The Ministry urged people to beware of mischief mongers.


In Rajasthan, the Congress today again asked its rebel MLAs to return home and if they have any differences, they can put their views at the party forum. Addressing a press conference in Jaipur this evening, Senior Congress leader Randeep Surjewala said, that party encouraged Sachin Pilot to move forward and he enjoyed many posts in a short span of time. Mr Surjewala said, if Sachin Pilot does not want to join BJP then he should immediately stop talking with BJP leaders and should return to Jaipur with other MLAs.

Talking to media, Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot said that horse-trading efforts are going on to destabilize the government. 

Senior BJP leaders also held a meeting at the State Party headquarters in Jaipur today.


Madhya Pradesh government approved a proposal today to provide monthly financial assistance of 5,000 rupees to the acid attack victims in the state. The proposal was cleared by Minister for Social Justice Prem Singh Patel, during a meeting with officials.

"Officials claimed that this is the first file he has cleared after assuming charge of the ministry. Talking to media persons, the minister informed that he has given approval to a proposal to give Rs 5,000 per month financial assistance to the victims of acid attack in the state so that they can lead their lives with dignity. The beneficiaries would start getting the aid soon. According to the 'Sparsh' portal of the government, the number of acid attack victims in the state is 17. As per the official information, all divyang persons, including the acid attack victims, in the state currently get Rs 600 per month pension. The scope of divyangta in the state has been widened with the number of categories being increased to 21 from the earlier seven. Sanjeev Sharma, AIR News, Bhopal."


Girls once again outshone the boys in the Class 10th Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) examinations results that were announced throughout the country today.

The overall pass percentage in this examination stands at 91.46 percent. The pass percentage of girls stands at 93.31 per cent as compared to 90.14 percent for boys and 78.95 for transgenders. Among the regions, Trivandrum recorded the highest pass percentage of 99.28 while Guwahati registered the lowest at 79.12 percent.

CBSE said there has been a marginal increase in the pass percentage since last year.

In a tweet, Human Resource Development Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank congratulated everyone for making this possible and reiterated that student's health and quality education are the government's priority.


Prime Minister Narendra Modi has congratulated all the students who have successfully passed their Class 10th and 12th CBSE examinations. Mr Modi wished them the very best for their future endeavours. In a tweet, the Prime Minister said, for those who are not  happy with their CBSE Class 10th  and 12th results, he  wants to tell them that one exam does not define who you are. He said, each of you is blessed with numerous talents and live life to the fullest. He suggested them to never lose hope, always look ahead and do wonders.


In Assam, the current wave of floods has affected nearly 36 lakh people in 26 districts. 1.27 lakh hectare of agriculture land is also inundated. Flood water has caused massive damage to rural roads, embankments and culverts. 66 people have lost their lives in the state due to floods so far.  Our correspondent reports that relief and rescue operations are being carried out by multiple agencies.

"Around 36 thousand marooned people are taking shelter at temporary relief camps. Administrations had to set up more number of relief camps to accomodate displaced people to maintain social distancing. Food items along with drinking water are being distributed. SDRF, NDRF and other agencies today evacuated 4 thousand people to safer places. Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal visited a relief camp at Teok in Jorhat district . He said, government is working on war footing to provide all assistance to the affected people. The Chief Minister will visit Kaziranga national park to take stock of the flood situation. MANAS PRATIM SARMA, AIR NEWS, GUWAHATI."


In Maharashtra, following heavy downpour in Mumbai and coastal parts of the state, the India Meteorological Department (IMD) has upgraded its warning to a red . The IMD said that scattered heavy to very heavy rainfall with isolated extremely heavy falls are very likely to occur over Mumbai city, Thane, Raigad and Ratnagiri districts during the next 18 hours.

"Heavy rains lashing the city since yesterday have resulted in Mumbai surpassing its average July rainfall. Mumbai has received 910.2 millimetres of rains in the first fifteen days of the month as compared to the average rainfall of 841 millimeters for the month of July. In a statement, deputy director-general, western region, IMD, Mr. KS Hosalikar said that Konkan is experiencing active monsoon under the influence of a low-level cyclonic circulation. Traffic movement was closed at Andheri subway and Khar subway; along with disruptions at Chandivali junction and Wadala freeway. Waterlogging was also reported in low-lying areas of Dadar, Hindmata, Mahim and Parel. NISHA RANEY, AIR NEWS, MUMBAI."


Now, let us take a look at the weather forecast for tomorrow. The National Capital Delhi will witness a minimum temperature of 28 degrees celsius and maximum 36 degrees with generally cloudy sky with light rain.

Mumbai will witness generally cloudy sky with heavy rain. The minimum temperature will be 24 degrees celsius and maximum temperature will be 29 degrees.

Chennai will have  generally cloudy sky with lighr rain or drizzle tomorrow. The temperature will hover between 26 and 32 degrees celsius.

Kolkata will witness partly cloudy sky with possibility of moderate rain or thunderstorm.  The minimum temperature in the metropolis will be 27 degrees celsius while maximum will be 35 degrees.

On the North, in the Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir, the minimum temperature will be 26 degrees celsius in Jammu while maximum will be 36 degrees celsius. The city will observe partly cloudy sky with possibility of rain or thunderstorm or duststorm.

In Srinagar, the minimum temperature will be 16 degrees celsius while maximum will be 32 degrees. The city will observe partly cloudy sky with possibility of rain or thunderstorm or duststorm.

In Gilgit, the temperature will hover between 19 and 28 degrees celsius. It will witness partly cloudy sky with possibility of rain or thunderstorm or duststorm.

In Muzzafarabad, there will be partly cloudy sky with possibility of rain or thunderstorm or duststorm. It will witness minimum temperatures of 20 degrees celsius while maximum temperature will be 37 degrees.


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