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Friday Morning News Brief, July 14

Jul 14, 2017 , , , ,
Friday morning brief Jul 14 2017
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JD(U) and RJD appeared to be heading for split after Nitish publicly rejected Lalu’s stand on his son Tejashwi. “Nitish Kumar is leading the coalition government and JD(U)’s stand on corruption is clear. The party expects Tejashwi to give a clear-cut explanation (on charges of corruption). Nitish will take an appropriate decision (on Tejashwi) at the right time,” Chief of JD(U)’s Bihar unit Bashishth Narayan Singh, said. JD(U) sources said they expected Tejashwi to reply to the charges by next week. RJD, however, stuck to its conspiracy charge and said Tejashwi would respond only at the RJD rally scheduled for August 27.
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The BCCI sent out a statement, confirming that the Team India camp will have a say on the support staff that Ravi Shastri should have moving forward. The BCCI said: “The recommendation for Ravi Shastri was made on the merit of his presentation and the vision that he projected. After taking the decision on his selection, the CAC consulted him and decided on having batting and bowling consultants on overseas tour-to-tour basis, as per the requirement of the team.” Shastri and captain Virat Kohli, along with the rest of the team will work on putting a new support staff in place.
Agitators demanding a separate Gorkhaland set ablaze a GTA office, a railway station and a forest bungalow in Darjeeling. They also damaged several vehicles amid the unabated violence and arson on the 29th day of the indefinite shutdown. The hills saw the violence despite continued deployment of three columns of Army in Darjeeling, Kalimpong and Sonada. Internet services remained suspended for the 26th day. Except pharmacies, all other shops, restaurants, schools, colleges, hotels and private offices remained closed.
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In 7 of the 10 European Union nations, China is considered the leading economic power, a Pew survey has showed. India, however, continues to believe that the US is the world’s leading economy. In fact, 41% of Indians have an unfavourable view of China, and just 26% have a more positive image of it. India is joined by Japan, parts of Asia and Latin America in rooting for the Americans even as most of Russia believes China is the economic leader. Post Trump, global approval for the US stands at 49%, with 39% giving a thumbs down.
US President Donald Trump hinted to a reversal of his decision to pull the US out of the Paris climate accord. Something could happen with respect to the Paris accords, let’s see what happens, Trump told a news conference. “If it happens, that will be wonderful, and if it doesn’t, that’ll be OK too.” Trump has said the Paris accord is soft on leading polluters like China and India, putting US industry at risk.
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