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    • An affidavit filed by the finance ministry comes across as a last ditch attempt to convince the court that borrowers will get a chance with concessions and loan rescheduling, and banks, no matter how big and bad, will fail to serve the interest of hapless depositors in the absence of interest income from loans -- that balance has to be preserved.

      "As one family, we mourn every precious life that's been lost. I pledge in their honour that we will develop a vaccine and we will defeat the virus. We're doing very well with vaccine development and therapeutic development," Trump said at a White House news conference on Tuesday, his first on coronavirus after several weeks.

      India's Deputy Permanent Representative to the UN, Ambassador K Nagaraj Naidu, on Monday wrote a letter to President of the 74th Session of the General Assembly, Tijjani Muhammad-Bande, expressing New Delhi's strong disappointment over the decision regarding roll-over of the intergovernmental negotiations (IGN) on UNSC reforms into the next session of the General Assembly that begins this month.

      Trump insisted the American response to the pandemic was "much better" than in other places. But he also warned that the disease could get worse in the coming days. "It will probably unfortunately get worse before it gets better," he said. Cases are surging in several US states, particularly in southern states that were initially reluctant to enforce lockdowns.

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