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India's Health Minister says committed to "seamless" delivery of COVID-19 vaccines

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South Asia Newsline - Jan 07, 2021 News Bulletin :
-India's Health Minister reviews preparedness for second COVID-19 vaccination dry run
-Terrorist incidents in Pakistan contradict government's claims of establishing peace, says PDM chief
-Taliban says Doha agreement key to resolve Afghanistan conflict
Indian Health Minister Harsh Vardhan on Thursday held a meeting with health ministers of states and Union territories a day before the nationwide Covid-19 vaccine dry run. Thousands of farmers took out a 'Tractor March' on Thursday on the outskirts of Indian capital New Delhi as part of their ongoing protests against new farm laws that liberalize agriculture sector. This comes as an eighth round of talks. Chief of Pakistan Democratic Movement Maulana Fazlur Rehman has said recent killing of the Hazara coal miners in Balochistan has showed that the government's claims of having established peace were "wrong". A protest was recently held by locals in Gilgit Baltistan against rising high-handedness of police in the illegally-occupied region. The Taliban on Wednesday said that the U.S.-Taliban agreement signed in February last year provides a good and effective plan to settle the conflict in Afghanistan. The remarks come as the Afghan government and Taliban insurgents are set to begin next round of talks for peace from Saturday.India's Foreign Minister S. Jaishankar on Thursday held meetings with Sri Lanka's top political leadership and business community as part of his three-day visit to Colombo in an effort to further expand ties and expedite strategic investments.Jitan Devi, a craftswoman who makes hand-crafted products from bamboo at a village in India’s Jharkhand state has changed the perspective of women's employment in a rural setup.
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