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China has admitted that four of its soldiers were killed during a clash with India in the Gulwan Valley. According to a statement issued by the Chinese state media, China has awarded high honors to four soldiers who sacrificed their lives during the clashes with the Indian Army. The dead included Chinese Hong Jin, Chen Zhangrong, Xiao Xuan and Wang Zhuoran. In a tweet on the social networking site, China’s state-run newspaper said that Colonel Qi Fabao, who commanded the troops during a clash with Indian troops in June last year, had been seriously injured and had been awarded military honors. It is pertinent to mention that a clash took place between Indian and Chinese troops on the Gulwan Valley in Ladakh last year in which 20 Indian soldiers were killed. No statement was made by China regarding the deaths of its troops, while the two countries recently agreed on a five-point agenda to withdraw troops from the disputed border area and ease border tensions. Earlier, the Indian military claimed to have captured a Chinese soldier in Ladakh.
The worst blizzard in history has wreaked havoc in the US state of Texas, millions of people have been without water and electricity for two days, 25 people have died so far due to severe weather. According to international media, many southern states of the United States are currently in the grip of a severe blizzard, but the state of Texas has been most affected. The temperature in the state is minus 18 degrees Celsius and in such a cold weather, about 2 million people have been without water and electricity for two days. People are trying to keep themselves warm by burning firewood, which has led to a shortage of firewood, as well as grocery stores. Home heating has turned to ice due to the suspension of the heating system. A woman shared a photo of her fish tank on social media which is completely frozen and the fish inside it is chilly. Another photo from the city of Dallas shows a car parked under a leaking water pipe that is now frozen. Extreme weather and accidents have killed at least 21 people so far. According to officials, the blizzard is the worst in 30 years. The National Weather Service says more blizzards are expected across the country, affecting about 150 million people, with more than 73 percent of the country now completely covered by snow.
Preparations have begun for the execution of the first woman in India, the President and the Governor have rejected appeals for mercy. According to media reports, Shabnam, a resident of Uttar Pradesh, had killed seven members of her family along with Ashna in 2008. According to a local newspaper, the accused’s pleas for mercy to the governor and the president have been rejected. He is in jail where all preparations for execution have been completed.
Iranian Foreign Minister Jawad Zarif has said that if the United States lifts sanctions, we are ready to withdraw measures related to its nuclear program. Iran has also signaled full implementation of the terms of the nuclear deal, following a signal from the United States. On Twitter, Iranian Foreign Minister Jawad Zarif said that if the United States lifted all sanctions, Iran would immediately withdraw all measures related to its nuclear program. Speaking to a foreign news agency, senior Iranian officials called for diplomacy to resolve the issue, saying that Tehran was considering a deal with the United States to restore the nuclear deal, but that the United States was the first to sign the agreement. Announce your return. The United States is ready to renew the 2015 nuclear deal to prevent Iran from acquiring nuclear weapons, a statement from Washington said yesterday. It should be noted that the world powers, the United States, Britain, Russia, China, France and Germany, had reached an agreement in 2015 to prevent Iran from acquiring nuclear weapons, from which President Trump unilaterally withdrew Imposed economic sanctions on Iran in 2018.
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