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  • COVID death toll rises to 519, new 4,644 +ve cases in Kerala: CM
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  • COVID-19: Tamil Nadu reports 5,569 new cases, 66 fatalities
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India always wants to speak for everyone: says Syed Akabaruddin

Hyderabad, Jul 13 (UNI) Former India’s ambassador to the United Nations (UN) and University of Hyderabad (UoH) alumni , Syed Akbaruddin on Monday said that China is always quiet and speaks only for itself whereas India always wants to speak for everyone.
Talking about his experience working at UN during the online interactive session with a distinguished alumnus of UoH organised by the Alumni Association of UoH here, Akbaruddin Syed, "The ones who have been a part of United Nations very well know that, UN is not an enchanted place. Countries like China and India stand very differently in the UN, in terms of their perspective and approach.
Sharing his memories of being a part of the University as a study of political science, he said, “My passion for learning and understanding International Relations ignited here in HCU. For someone like me who always wanted to study about state issues and my professors made me realize that one doesn’t need to feel alienated from their roots when they learn more about international relations. In fact, a better understanding of international relations gives you a clearer world view in understanding your roots.”
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Twenty-six passengers injured in RTC bus-lorry collision in AP

19 Sep 2020 | 8:54 PM

Kakinada, Sep 19 (UNI) At least 26 bus passengers were injured, of whom three critically when an RTC bus, which was on its way from Rajahmundnry to Kakinada, collided head-on with a lorry near mushroom factory along the ADB road on the outskirts of Peddapuram, 20 km from here on Saturday. .

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COVID-19: Tamil Nadu reports 5,569 new cases, 66 fatalities

COVID-19: Tamil Nadu reports 5,569 new cases, 66 fatalities

19 Sep 2020 | 8:52 PM

Chennai, Sep 19 (UNI) The number of COVID-19 positive cases in Tamil Nadu mounted to 5,36,477 on Saturday after the State reported 5,569 fresh infections while the death toll rose to 8,751 with 66 fatalities.

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TDP MLA meets AP CM, extends support to YSRCP

19 Sep 2020 | 8:51 PM

Vijayawada, Sep 19 (UNI) The Opposition Telugu Desam Party, headed by N Chandrababu Naidu, suffered a blow on Saturday as its MLA Vasupalli Ganesh Kumar met Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Y S Jagan Mohan Reddy and expressed his willingness to support to the YSRCP.

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COVID-19: 27 more hotspots in Kerala, 630 in total

19 Sep 2020 | 8:41 PM

Thiruvananthapuram, Sep 19 (UNI) As many as 27 more places were declared as COVID hotspots, taking the total to 630 in Kerala on Saturday.

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AP reports 8,218 new COVID-19 cases of, 58 more die

19 Sep 2020 | 8:38 PM

Vijayawada, Sep 19 (UNI) The massive surge of Coronavirus positive cases continued in Andhra Pradesh as 8,218 new positive cases were reported while 58 more patients died in a period of 24 hours.

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