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It is a typical Chinese ploy: China is trying to divert world attention from COVID

India | Jun 17, 2020, 11:12 AM IST

Can China be trusted now? It has been dabbling in treachery for many years. This has been part of its history, and India needs to be on full alert. Our Prime Minister, Defence Minister are keeping a watchful eye of the army's preparedness under the supervision of Chief of Defence Staff and tri-service chiefs, our External Affairs Ministry has been informing other world powers about Chinese incursions and movements.

Sushant Singh Rajput death

Opinion: Why Sushant Singh? Why did you do it?

India | Jun 16, 2020, 01:05 PM IST

Sushant Singh Rajput had scored seventh rank in the engineering entrance exam on All India level. He has been an Olympiad winner in Physics on national level and here he was asking a student to watch his film despite his exam. Was he so much insecure and desperate?

Aaj Ki Baat June 12 episode

Opinion | How SC judges pulled up Delhi government for deplorable conditions in LNJP hospital

India | Jun 13, 2020, 11:30 AM IST

While in the afternoon, there was good news from the Supreme Court, there was one piece of bad news by the evening. I had expected that the LNJP hospital authorities would take immediate steps to improve the care of their remaining patients, arrange oxygen, provide them with medicines and food, but I was wrong. 

India TV Editor-in-Chief and Chairman Rajat Sharma.

Opinion | Why Supreme Court had to crack the whip against LNJP hospital in Delhi?

India | Jun 12, 2020, 03:45 PM IST

The Supreme Court, on Friday, took suo motu cognizance of ‘Aaj Ki Baat’ report on what it called “deplorable” conditions in Delhi’s LNJP hospital and issued notices to both the Delhi government and LNJP hospital to respond.

Aaj Ki Baat June 10 episode

Opinion | Visuals of patients lying among dead bodies at Delhi hospital, who should be accountable?

India | Jun 11, 2020, 11:04 AM IST

Delhi government’s statistics show 771 out of a total of 2,000 beds in LNJP hospital are occupied and more than 1,200 beds are vacant. Clearly, the word has gone outside that patients are not being provided with proper care, and hence, people avoid bringing critically ill patients to this hospital.

Aaj Ki Baat June 9 episode

Opinion | Will Delhi face COVID community spread? Will number of cases in Delhi rise to 5.5 lakhs?

India | Jun 10, 2020, 10:21 AM IST

Kejriwal himself said, he had told his party leaders to ignore criticisms by local BJP leaders, but when the Lt. Governor on Monday turned down the state government’s proposal not to allow outside patients for treatment in Delhi hospitals, Kejriwal looked worried. 

Aj Ki Baat June 8 episode

Opinion | Is Delhi health system on verge of collapse? Shortage of beds? Queues at burial grounds?

India | Jun 09, 2020, 08:29 AM IST

India TV reporters visited different hospitals for a ground reality check. At Gangaram Hospital, officials said very few patients have been turned away because of lack of beds. The hospital superintendent said, people, having mild flu symptoms are being directed to the flu ward inside the hospital for preliminary checks and then sent home.

Aaj Ki Baat Episode June 5

Opinion | Patients being turned away from Delhi hospitals, COVID situation in Mumbai, Delhi grim

India | Jun 06, 2020, 11:56 AM IST

Doctors say patients who have mild symptoms of COVID need not panic. They can stay at home for 14 days and take full precautions to recover. Doctors point out that hospitals are places where oxygen and ventilators are provided to critically ill patients, and those who have COVID symptoms should not worry. 

Aaj Ki Baat June 4 episode

Opinion | How Delhi Police foiled secret plan to revive Shaheen Bagh movement

India | Jun 05, 2020, 12:13 PM IST

India TV reporters went out to investigate and confirmed that a major attempt was made to revive the movement on June 3. The plan was carried out secretly and the aim was to mislead several thousand people to gather at the site all of a sudden, without giving any clue to the police.

Aaj Ki Baat June 3 episode

Opinion | Danger is far from over as COVID cases increase, do not let your guard down

India | Jun 04, 2020, 11:55 AM IST

The death toll reported on Wednesday in India was 254, as it crossed the 6,000-mark at 6,079. This was India's second-highest single-day death toll, the highest was  270 on May 29. For the sixth consecutive day, the death toll crossed the daily 200-mark. 

Aaj Ki Baat June 2 episode

Opinion | The world must hold China accountable for hiding crucial details about coronavirus

India | Jun 03, 2020, 08:47 AM IST

China had, on December 31, 2019, first told the world that a new type of fever having symptoms of pneumonia has surfaced, and the nature of the virus was not known. In reality, the Chinese government was lying. It had the detailed genome of the new virus, but it deliberately decided to keep it under wraps.

Aaj Ki Baat June 1

Opinion | Boycott Chinese goods, teach China a bitter lesson for border intrusions

India | Jun 02, 2020, 11:44 AM IST

Voices of dissent are mounting inside China and President Xi Jinping's government is facing problems on multiple fronts. In order to divert people's attention from domestic issues, the Chinese army is deliberately carrying out intrusions on the LAC to foment India-China tensions.

Aaj Ki Baat May 29

Opinion | With COVID-19 cases and fatalities rising, situation seems to be grim in several hospitals

India | May 30, 2020, 02:13 PM IST

At least seven states, including Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu and Delhi, recorded the highest jump in COVID-19 cases. The situation is particularly grim in 13 cities including Mumbai, Delhi, Ahmedabad and Jaipur. 

Aaj Ki Baat May 28 episode

Opinion | Pakistan must be ready to face consequences for its misadventures

India | May 29, 2020, 10:21 AM IST

I want to wholeheartedly praise our intelligence agencies for this spectacular success in averting a major attack. While hunting for the failed suicide bomber, our security agencies must also find out who are the moles inside our establishment who pass on crucial information about the movement of our security forces.

Aaj Ki Baat May 27

Opinion | China will have to move back in Ladakh, though it may take some time

India | May 28, 2020, 01:28 PM IST

The Indian army was building a road and a small bridge near Pangong Lake and Chinese troops raised objections. The Chinese troops brought rocks, stick and barbed wire to fence off the area and the confrontation soon began.

Aaj Ki Baat May 26 episode

Opinion | Trains are waiting, migrants desperate to go, who’s stopping them?

India | May 27, 2020, 02:15 PM IST

Sixty-eight trains were scheduled to leave on Tuesday for UP, 27 for Bihar, and one train each were to leave for Chhattisgarh, Odisha, Tamil Nadu, Kerala, Uttarakhand and Rajasthan. Till 12 noon, only one out of 18 trains scheduled to depart for UP had left. At Lokmanya Tilak Terminus (Kurla), thousands of migrants were brought in packed buses to board special trains.

Aaj Ki Baat May 25 episode

Opinion | My appeal to states: Spare common people while you are busy in confrontation with Centre

India | May 26, 2020, 10:53 AM IST

I feel Sadananda Gowda should not have taken that flight if he had no intention to go for quarantine. If he went on a regular flight, he should have followed rules which were applicable to other flyers. There cannot be a different set of rules and norms for VVIPs and common people. 

Aaj Ki Baat May 22 episode

Opinion | How timely enforcement of lockdown saved 54,000 to 78,000 lives in India

India | May 23, 2020, 12:00 PM IST

Nearly 23 lakh people were thus protected from infection and 68,000 lives were saved. Public Health Foundation of India has calculated that 78 thousand lives were saved, while Boston Consulting Group's model claimed that 1.25  to 2.10 lakh lives were saved in the nick of time. 

Aaj Ki Baat May 21 episode

Opinion | Centre now faces a Catch-22 situation on return of migrants

India | May 22, 2020, 09:06 AM IST

In the present situation, the number of special trains cannot be reduced, nor can the migrants be allowed to enter their villages without being quarantined. Local police and district authorities have a huge task on their hands right now. 

Aaj Ki Baat May 20

Opinion | Mumbai, Ahmedabad continue to be hotspots, graves being readied in advance

India | May 21, 2020, 11:15 AM IST

I am waiting for the day when people will not find a single migrant walking on foot on highways. The constant refrain of these migrant workers, who had lost their source of earnings, has been: "we want to go home". They were unwilling to listen to promises and pleas.