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Friday Morning News Brief, August 11

Aug 11, 2017 , , , ,
Friday morning brief Aug 11 2017
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India and China continue to militarily reinforce their positions but there is no evacuation of border villages yet. There has been “some build-up” in terms of additional troops and tanks as well as artillery and air defence units in the Tibet Military District by the People’s Liberation Army (PLA), but there is “no major or unusual mobilisation” towards the Line of Actual Control as yet to send alarm bells clanging in the Indian security establishment, sources said, adding that our well-acclimatised troops are currently deployed in the ‘no war, no peace’ mode.
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PM Modi has put absentee MPs on notice, hinting they could not take things for granted when it comes to the next Lok Sabha election. The PM made plain his annoyance with truant party MPs, including those from Lok Sabha. “Aap apni marzi ki karte rahiye, mujhe jo karna hai, 2019 mein karoonga. (You do at your will and I will also act accordingly in 2019),” Modi said, underlining that renomination will be subject to strict performance reviews.
From next month, your PF account will be transferred automatically when you change your job, chief provident fund commissioner V P Joy has said. We are trying to ensure transfer of money if one changes jobs, without any application, in three days, Joy said, adding that in future, if one has an Aadhaar ID and has verified the ID, then the account will be transferred without any application if the worker goes anywhere in the country. “This system will be in place very soon.”
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Ten terror suspects with alleged links to Harkat-ul-Jihad-al-Islami (HuJI) have been acquitted by a local court in the Hyderabad bombing case. This comes nearly 12 years after a suicide bomber blew himself up on October 12, 2005 in front of the police task force office in Hyderabad. While nine of the accused have spent nearly 12 years in jail, the tenth has been out on bail. The judgment said the prosecution failed to prove conspiracy charges. Also, the material seized from the accused did not amount to clinching evidence in the case, the judge added.
Madras High Court has stayed the CBI lookout circular against Karti Chidambaram. The court made it clear that Karti should give advance intimation to authorities about his foreign trips. The notices are unwarranted, Justice M Duraiswamy said, pointing out that on June 15, Karti had been asked to appear before authorities on June 29, but on June 16 itself the circular was issued. In the case of four others the LOC was issued on July 18 itself though they had been asked to appear before authorities only on July 20.
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