Friday morning news brief, December 1, 2017

Friday morning brief Dec 1 2017
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The Chinese military has hinted at keeping a presence of troops near Doklam area. This has prompted India too to maintain troops’ presence in the area. The India-China standoff had ended uneasily on August 28 after the People’s Liberation Army stopped building a road close to the ‘chicken neck’ area connecting North-Eastern states. Read
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Indians have become the second-largest group to take US citizenship in 2016. Although Mexicans continued to be on top of the list, nearly 46,100 Indians obtained US citizenship last year. According to a recent data released by the US department of homeland security, Indians accounted for 6% of the total citizenship conferred by the US government on 7.53 lakh individuals during the fiscal year 2016.
Delhi has topped the list of crime-ridden metros with 39% of offences. The capital also recorded most number of murders with 21.8%. According to data released by the National Crime Records Bureau for the year 2016, Bengaluru and Mumbai were placed second and third, with 8.9% and 7.7% of crimes, respectively.
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India’s economy has recovered from the impact of demonetisation and GST, with 6.3% growth. According to data released by the Central Statistics Office, the economy grew 6.3% in July-September, the second quarter of the fiscal year. The growth was faster than the June quarter’s 5.7%, due to the expansion led by robust manufacturing.
PM Modi has praised Miss World 2017 Manushi Chillar. Meeting Manushi and her family on Thursday, PM Modi praised the young medical student and said, “Beti ne Bharat ka naam roshan kiya hai (Our daughter has made India proud).” He also spoke to the newly-crowned Miss World 2017 about the importance of medical education and the need to improve its quality in India.
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