Foreign news schedule for Friday, Apr 9

PTI | New Delhi | Updated: 09-04-2021 10:04 IST | Created: 09-04-2021 10:04 IST
Foreign news schedule for Friday, Apr 9

-Stories relating to Indian Army chief Gen MM Naravane's Bangladesh visit.

-US bipartisan legislation lays out new strategy to counter China, seeks to strengthen ties with India, allies.

- India accelerated work on Chabahar Port, likely to be declared operational by May: US Congressional report.

- Distrust of China's role in Indo-Pacific region has consolidated Quad: US Congressional report.

-Stories relating to COVID-19, its new strains and vaccines from multiple datelines.

- Stories on political developments in Myanmar.

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