Friday evening news brief, May 4 2018

Friday evening brief May 4 2018
Good evening!
Here’s everything that transpired during the course of the day…
There were no deaths in yesterday’s bus accident in Bihar, state officials clarified today. Shortly after the accident in Motihari at 5pm yesterday, Bihar minister Dinesh Chandra Yadav had said that there was apprehension of more than 20 people having been killed. In a clarification, the East Champaran district administration today said, all 13 people who had boarded the bus have been accounted for. Read
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Supreme Court dismissed the plea of BJP leader G Janardhan Reddy to campaign in Bellary for the Karnataka elections. Reddy has been barred from entering Bellary, in accordance with his bail conditions in the illegal mining case. He is currently out on bail after being convicted in an illegal iron-ore mining case in 2009. BJP has fielded his brother G Somashekhara Reddy in Bellary.
Nobel Prize for Literature will be not awarded this year, Swedish Academy that selects the winner announced. This follows sex-abuse allegations and other issues within the ranks of the academy. It was decided at a meeting that the academy is in no shape to pick a winner after a string of sex abuse allegations and financial crimes scandals. This year’s prize will be given out in 2019.
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Pentagon alleged that Chinese military lasers targeted American planes near Djibouti near the Horn of Africa. The incident resulted in minor injuries to two pilots, US said in a formal complaint to the Chinese government. In a brief statement, China’s defence ministry said the US accusations were false.
Internet services were suspended in Aligarh district in the wake of unrest in AMU after the Jinnah portrait row. District magistrate Chandra Bhushan Singh said the suspension will continue until midnight tomorrow, and this has been done to prevent rumour mongering. The current row started after local BJP MP Satish Gautam wrote to AMU raising objections to the portrait.
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