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Friday morning news brief, March 16 2018

Mar 16, 2018
Friday morning brief Mar 16 2018
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Here’s everything you need to know to start your day…
More than 90% of bottled water worldwide, including India, contains plastic, a study has found. Researchers from the State University of New York tested 259 bottles in nine countries, including China, India and US. Top global brands including Aquafina and the Indian brand Bisleri were tested. Polypropylene was the most common polymeric material found in the samples (54%), followed by nylon (16%). Read.
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A newly erected pedestrian bridge in Miami, Florida collapsed on Thursday, killing four people. At least eight vehicles were trapped in the wreckage, and at least 10 people have been transported to hospitals. Emergency personnel with sniffer dogs searched for signs of life amid the wreckage after the 950-ton bridge crushed vehicles on one of the busiest roads in South Florida.
The YSR Congress has submitted a notice for no-confidence motion against the Modi government. This came after the government refused to grant special category status to Andhra Pradesh. State CM and TDP boss N Chandrababu Naidu has announced his support for the motion. The support of at least 50 MPs is required for the motion to be admitted. The two parties have a combined strength of just 25.
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Hearing in the Vijay Mallya extradition case will resume in a London court today. CBI will argue for admissibility of evidence of statements recorded under section 161 of CrPC. The agency is hopeful to bring Mallya back from the UK as, officers say, there is strong <a href=”https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/india/cbi-prepares-to-argue-for-vijay-mallyas-extradition/articleshow/63324270.cms”>evidence to probe his &ldquo;dual criminality&rdquo; </a>&ndash; he cheated Indian banks of crores of rupees and then laundered money to the UK.
Indian shuttlers PV Sindhu and HS Prannoy have entered the quarter finals of All England Open Badminton Championships. Sindhu defeated Nitchaon Jindapol of Thailand in three games to book her place in the women’s singles quarter-finals. In the men’s singles event, Prannoy beat Tommy Sugiarto of Indonesia in straight games. However third seed Kidambi Srikanth lost his pre-quarterfinal to bow out of the event.
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