Friday Morning News Brief, August 8

Friday morning brief Sep 8 2017
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At least 19 of the 27 Bihar Congress MLAs urged party vice-president Rahul Gandhi to break the alliance with the RJD. Calling for a split with RJD, the MLAs said its chief Lalu Prasad had never been faithful to Congress. “We told Rahul that Congress does not need an alliance with RJD in Bihar for the time being. If need be, we can get back to RJD prior to 2019 elections to defeat BJP for which Rahul and Sonia should take initiative,” Congress MLA from Bhagalpur Ajit Shrama said.
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Prime Minister Narendra Modi following someone on Twitter is not a character certificate to that person, said the BJP. In a statement, BJP’s IT department head Amit Malviya termed the row a one-way street, saying opposition leaders like Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi or AAP leader Arvind Kejriwal are “never questioned” for behaviour of their followers.The controversy is “mischievous and contorted”, he said, adding that Modi is the only leader who freely engages with people on social media platforms.
US President Donald Trump said it would be a ‘very sad day’ for North Korea if he decides to use military action to counter its nuclear and missile threat. “Military action would certainly be an option. Is it inevitable? Nothing is inevitable,” Trump said during a news conference. North Korea, which is pursuing its nuclear and missile program in defiance of international condemnation, said it would respond to any new UN sanctions and US pressure with “powerful counter measure.”
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India refused to be a part of a declaration as it carried ‘inappropriate’ reference to violence against Rohingyas in Myanmar. An Indian parliamentary delegation, led by Speaker Lok Sabha Sumitra Mahajan, dissociated itself from the ‘Bali Declaration‘ adopted at the ‘World Parliamentary Forum on Sustainable Development’ held in Indonesia.
The Supreme Court said it was not cruelty punishable under section 498A of IPC if no one at the matrimonial home spoke to a bride for days. In her complaint under Section 498A to the police, a woman alleged that after her marriage, she stayed with her husband for 20 days, during which she was left completely alone and no one talked to her. She alleged that her husband was “not even willing to talk freely to her despite her sincere efforts”.
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