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Hindustan Times News Updates at 5pm: China Denies Links Between Stranded Indian Sailors and Standoff, and All Latest News


Here are the top news, analysis and views today at 5pm Learn all about the latest news and other news updates from the Hindustan Times.

Indian Sailors Stranded Due to Covid Measures, Not Confrontation, China Says

China said on Friday there was no link between the situation of Indian sailors on two cargo ships carrying Australian coal stranded in Chinese ports and the current state of ties between the countries. China’s Foreign Ministry said the two vessels were stuck in ports due to quarantine measures implemented due to the Covid-19 pandemic. read more

2.1 million residents, Rs 5 lakh profit: PM Modi to launch AB-PMJAY SEHAT scheme for JK tomorrow

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will launch the SEHAT Ayushman Bharat Pradhan Mantri Jan Arogya Yojana (AB-PMJAY) plan for residents of Jammu and Kashmir on Saturday. It will provide benefits to 2.1 million eligible individuals based on the 2011 Socio-Economic and Caste Census (SECC). According to officials, eligible beneficiaries will get Universal Health Care Coverage (UHC) based on the 2011 SECC database. Lee more

Protesting Haryana Farmers Open Toll Gates on State and National Highways

Intensifying their current agitation against the three farm laws, members of the farmers’ unions took over several toll plazas in Haryana allowing the free movement of vehicles on Friday morning. read more

‘Act of terrorism’: the BJP after a party worker was attacked by the PDP leader

A first information report was filed against the leader of the Popular Democratic Party and former MLC Surinder Choudhary and his supporters for allegedly assaulting a BJP worker, police said Thursday. The BJP has called the attack an “act of terrorism”. read more

Rajinikanth was admitted to a hospital in Hyderabad after complaining of fluctuations in blood pressure

Veteran actor Rajinikanth had been admitted to a hospital in Hyderabad. “Severe fluctuations” in your blood pressure have been reported. A statement from Apollo Hospitals read: “Mr. Rajnikanth has been admitted to the hospital this morning. read more

India vs Australia: ‘I reached out to Virat Kohli and asked for forgiveness’ – Ajinkya Rahane reveals locker room talks after Adelaide sold out

Ajinkya Rahane revealed that he had apologized to Virat Kohli after her terrible confusion with him resulted in the Indian captain leaving the first day and night test in Adelaide. India was in a strong position at 188 of 3 when an unfortunate confusion between Rahane and Kohli turned the match into Australia. read more

Kareena Kapoor Khan, Malaika Arora, Ayushmann Khurrana: Inside B-town’s Christmas celebrations with their families

After the year everyone has had because of the coronavirus pandemic, we are all definitely looking for any excuse to celebrate and find positivity in this new normal. Christmas and the New Year are usually a time to give, share, celebrate, celebrate, and express gratitude, and while curfews and restrictions may have clouded everyone’s party plans, one can still celebrate with loved ones and nearby, which is exactly what B- city celebrities are up to. read more

Saints hold a huge mask to spread awareness of Sudarsan Pattnaik’s sand art. Watch

International award-winning sand artist Sudarsan Pattnaik recently attempted a disc by creating an artwork that shows two Santa Claus holding a huge mask with a message of conscience written on it. He took to Twitter to share images and videos of his incredible creation. Watch

‘Mamata government blocks central aid to Bengal farmers’: PM Modi

Prime Minister Narendra Modi launched a scathing attack on the Mamata Banerjee government in West Bengal, accusing it of blocking aid provided by the Center to farmers in the state. Prime Minister Modi said that the West Bengal government has deprived farmers of the benefits of ‘Pradhan Mantri Kisan Samman Nidhi’, under which a financial benefit of Rs 6,000 per year is provided to small and marginal farmers, payable in three equal installments of 2,000 rupees each. . Watch

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