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Episode 950 July 10, 2020

Decoding India-China disengagement, new US move hits Indian students, criminal laws overhaul

In the first segment, Sushant Singh joins us to talk about the process of disengagement between the Indian and Chinese troops in Ladakh, why both sides pulled back, the situation on the ground right now, and why the Indian army remains cautious. Next, Ritika Chopra talks about the US’s new directive that says that international students won’t be allowed to be in the country if their Fall classes are moving entirely online. She explains how it will affect those students and the reason the US government has taken this decision (11:22). And finally, Apurva Vishwanath talks about a five member committee constituted by the Ministry of Home Affairs that is looking at overhauling of India’s criminal laws (22:52).


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Decoding India-China disengagement, new US move hits Indian students, criminal laws overhaulIn the first segment, Sushant Singh joins us to talk about the process of disengagement between the Indian and Chinese troops in Ladakh, why both sides pulled back, the situation on the ground right now, and why the Indian army remains cautious. Next, Ritika Chopra talks about the US's new directive that says that international students won't be allowed to be in the country if their Fall classes are moving entirely online. She explains how it will affect those students and the reason the US government has taken this decision (11:22). And finally, Apurva Vishwanath talks about a five member committee constituted by the Ministry of Home Affairs that is looking at overhauling of India's criminal laws (22:52). You can follow us and leave us feedback on Facebook and Twitter @expresspodcasts, or send us an email at podcasts@indianexpress.com. If you like this show, please subscribe and leave us a review wherever you get your podcasts, so other people can find us. You can also find us on https://www.indianexpress.com/audio.
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