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Episode 914 June 16, 2020

No leverage with China, Delhi’s COVID-19 crisis, two Indian officials in Pak released

In the first segment, Sushant Singh, Indian Express’s Deputy Editor, talks about the on going India-China standoff in Ladakh, why India has no immediate leverage with China, and how the government can use the public opinion as a tool in its negotiations. Next, Kaunain Sheriff talks about the challenges that the Delhi government is facing in handling the COVID-19 crisis, the six steps the Centre plans to take to aid the capital, and whether the adversarial relationship between the two will come in the way (9:00). And finally, how two Indian officials working with the Indian High Commission in Islamabad first went missing and then were later reported to be released by the local police (24:30).


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No leverage with China, Delhi’s COVID-19 crisis, two Indian officials in Pak releasedIn the first segment, Sushant Singh, Indian Express's Deputy Editor, talks about the on going India-China standoff in Ladakh, why India has no immediate leverage with China, and how the government can use the public opinion as a tool in its negotiations. Next, Kaunain Sheriff talks about the challenges that the Delhi government is facing in handling the COVID-19 crisis, the six steps the Centre plans to take to aid the capital, and whether the adversarial relationship between the two will come in the way (9:00). And finally, how two Indian officials working with the Indian High Commission in Islamabad first went missing and then were later reported to be released by the local police (24:30). 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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