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  • Ganguly took over India's captaincy after the match-fixing fiasco in 2000 and proved to be a leader who believed in youth and putting them in the line of fire to get the best out of them. Yuvraj Singh, Zaheer Khan, Harbhajan Singh, Virender Sehwag, Ashish Nehra, Mohammad Kaif and others are all such examples from that era.
  • Kerala CM Pinarayi Vijayan on Tuesday engaged in some quick damage control by forcing his principal secretary, IAS officer M Sivasankar, to quit as a gold smuggling racket involving diplomatic channels threatened to expose the alleged complicity of the chief minister’s office (CMO) in the crime.
  • India is in the company of Pakistan, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Egypt and Kuwait, as countries that maintain they have not reached the community transmission stage despite having over 50,000 cases of Covid-19 and averaging more than a thousand new cases a day over the last seven days. Of these, India has by far the highest growth rate of cases, adding on average nearly 22,000 a day at a rate of 3.5%.
  • Any change in the WHO's assessment of risk of transmission could affect its current advice on keeping 1-metre (3.3 feet) of physical distancing. Governments, which rely on the agency for guidance policy, may also have to adjust public health measures aimed at curbing the spread of the virus.
  • Top sources on Tuesday said it would take “sustained” dialogue at the politico-diplomatic level for China to move its over 25,000 soldiers from the Western Theatre Command, with tanks, artillery and other weaponry, back to their permanent locations in Xinjiang and Tibet. The de-induction could easily stretch to Sept-Oct even if there are no more flare-ups, and will have to be negotiated at politico-diplomatic levels.
  • Amar Dubey, the right-hand man of wanted gangster Vikas Dubey was shot dead in an encounter in Hamirpur early morning on Wednesday by a team of Special Task Force (STF) and Hamirpur police.
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