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Friday morning news brief, June 30, 2017

Jun 30, 2017 , , , , ,
Friday morning brief Jun 30 2017
Good morning!
Here’s everything you need to know to start your day…
1.30 lakh people of Indian origin acquired citizenship of another country in 2015. This makes India the top country of naturalised citizens across the world. The next three spots went to Mexico, Philippines and China. Humanitarian migration, rather than migration for better jobs or lifestyle, dominated the overall scene during 2015, the report by Organisation of Economic Co-operation and Development said. Read
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There is no let up in the border tensions between India and China in the Sikkim sector. The two armies strengthened their positions at the India-Bhutan-China tri-junction by deploying around 3,000 troops each. India has made it clear that it will not allow China to construct a road to the region through the Bhutanese territory of Doklam plateau.
India is bracing with tense anticipation the GST rollout, slated for midnight tonight. Proponents say that by doing away with the plethora of taxes and barriers on state borders, GST will accelerate economic growth. But political opinion on the matter is divided, and several opposition parties will boycott the grand inauguration function in the Parliament.
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British Prime Minister Theresa May narrowly won a confidence vote in Parliament on Thursday. With support from the Democratic Unionist Party, May&#39;s legislative programme was approved by 323 votes in favour and 309 against in the 650-seat Parliament. <a href=”http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/world/uk/british-pm-may-wins-confidence-vote-in-parliament/articleshow/59375396.cms”>DUP agreed to back</a> May&#39;s minority government in confidence and budget votes, in return for an extra &pound;1.0 billion in state aid for Northern Ireland.
Twitter India has come out with a public education initiative, ‘Tweesurfing’, aimed at improving online behaviour. It includes online and offline workshops as well as a set of guidelines on how to interact and stay safe on Twitter. An official said, the primary issue was a knowledge gap amongst Twitter users in India, who didn’t know about checks and measures to block, report or avoid tweets.
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