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Regional Headlines 22 Sep 2020

Published Sep 22, 2020
Updated Sep 22, 2020


  • A Peace Day Tweet, 98 Civilians Killed Amid Doha Talks
  • Security Forces Repulse Taliban Attack in Bamyan
  • UNAMA Concern about ‘Intensity’ of Civilian Casualties in Afghanistan
  • US Embassy Stresses on Permanent Ceasefire in Afghanistan
  • Twin Blasts in Kabul Claim 1, Hurt 3
  • High Council for National Reconciliation Raises Voice Against ‘Violence’.
  • Intra-Afghan Negotiations: Progress Made over Talks Agenda, Nadery Says
  • 9 Security Forces Die in Takhar Attack
  • Peace Possible Through Political Settlement: Ghani
  • Danesh Calls on Taliban to ‘Not Disrupt Afghan Unity’
  • 3 Issues Holding Up Start of Doha Talks: Sources
  • 9 security forces dead in Kapisa attack


  • Brace yourself for second wave Warns experts’ committee; advises govt to take all-out measures to tackle resurgence of virus
  • Protecting Rohingyas in Myanmar: Bangladesh seeks quick UNSC action


  • UNDP and BCMD to launch a Conversation Series, ‘Reimagining Bhutan: Building Forward Better Beyond COVID’


  • President: Maldives will continue to uphold principles in UN Charter


  • Myanmar Election commission reschedules campaign dates after receiving complaint
  • Stay-at-home order takes effect today
  • Myanmar’s Election Commission Rules Out Postponing Election Due to COVID-19


  • Nepal’s per capita debt reaches Rs 45,753
  • US President Donald Trump sends message of felicitations to President Bhandari


  • Policy rate to remain unchanged at 7pc: SBP
  • Govt asks opposition not to ‘drag’ national institutions into politics
  • Fazl angry with organisers over media blackout of speech
  • Army chief briefs PM on security situation
  • Opposition’s criticism during APC attempt to please Indian lobby: PM Imran Khan

Sri Lanka

  • Sri Lanka President expects UN not to interfere in domestic affairs
  • Highest priority of the government is education, President emphasizes
  • Pakistan seeks to boost trade with Sri Lanka to US$ 2 billion


  • Foreign Secretary’s Virtual Keynote Address at the Inaugural Session of the Course on ‘India and the Reshaping of the World Order’ , St. Stephen’s College
  • Direct cargo ferry service between India and Maldives starts today
  •  Rocket Launching Port
  • Ministry of Defence Responses in Parliament
  • India, China commanders meet again amid standoff
  • As rift appears between top echelon, army chief appoints a mediator
  • Nearly 7 lakh cyber attacks in 2020, IT Ministry tells Parliament
  • UAE arms maker offers to make assault rifles in India
  • COVID-19 Update 76% of the new Confirmed Cases concentrated in 10 States/UTs
  • India reports more than 90,000 recoveries for the 3rd successive day
  • Ministry of Home Responses in Parliament
  • Corona roundup: India tops global recoveries, fall in weekly cases
  • Terrorist Activities in Jammu and Kashmir
  • Gunfight rages in Budgam, 3 militants trapped
  • Militants attack CRPF in Srinagar, Anantnag
  • PDP allowed to hold first major meeting after over 1 year

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