Friday evening news brief, May 18

Friday evening brief May 18 2018
Good evening!
Here’s everything that transpired during the course of the day…
Governor Vajubhai Vala has appointed BJP MLA KG Bopaiah as the pro-tem speaker of Karnataka assembly. Bopaiah will administer oath to newly elected MLAs and conduct the Supreme Court-ordered floor test on Saturday, a decision denounced by the Congress. Considered close to Yeddyurappa, Bopaiah had disqualified 11 disgruntled BJP and five independent MLAs ahead of a trust vote to help BSY government in 2011. Read.
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Being the single largest party in the Legislative Assembly, Congress has staked claim to form government in Goa. The Congress Legislative Party, led by Chandrakant Kavlekar, met governor Mridula Sinha at Raj Bhavan here around noon and submitted a letter seeking an invite to the party to prove its majority on the floor of the House. The party said it gave the governor seven days to decide on its request.
Pakistan has restored security of Mumbai attack mastermind Hafiz Saeed citing threats to his life. “The policemen have been deployed again for the security of Hafiz Saeed on the order of (chief minister) Shahbaz Sharif’s Punjab government,” a senior official of the provincial government said on Friday. This comes almost a month after the security was withdrawn on the order of the Supreme Court.
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Monsoon is expected to hit Kerala on May 29 – three days ahead of its normal date of onset on India’s mainland. &quot;The south-west <a href=”https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/india/monsoon-to-arrive-on-southern-coast-on-may-29/articleshow/64221885.cms”>monsoon is expected to set in over Kerala</a> on May 29 with a model error of 4 days,&rdquo; said India Meteorological Department (IMD) on Friday while announcing possibility of early arrival of the monsoon. This is the third consecutive year that the IMD had predicted a &lsquo;normal&rsquo; monsoon.
Supreme Court Collegium has deferred decision on elevation of Justice KM Joseph as a judge of the top court. “Today (May 16), in the meeting of the collegium, a unanimous view was expressed that there should be further deliberation and broad-based consideration of the names of the chief justices as well as judges of the high courts which are at present not represented in the Supreme Court. In view of the above, the meeting stands deferred to be held at the earliest,” the resolution said.
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