Friday Morning News Brief, November 11

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China again blocked a US proposal for a ban on Jaish-e-Mohammed’s chief Masood Azhar by the UNSC sanctions committee. MEA spokesperson Raveesh Kumar said that India was deeply disappointed that once again, a single country had blocked international consensus. “India strongly believes that double standards and selective approaches will only undermine the international community’s resolve to combat terrorism. We can only hope that there will be a realisation that accommodating with terrorism for narrow objectives is both short-sighted and counter-productive,” he said.
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The Collins dictionary named the word ‘fake news’ the word of the year due to its widespread use. Defined as “false, often sensational, information disseminated under the guise of news reporting”, ‘fake news’ registered a 365% rise in the last 12 months. Last year, ‘Brexit’ was named the definitive word after the June 2016 referendum in favour of the UK’s exit from the European Union
The Delhi High Court ruled that unwelcome or accidental physical contact without undertones of a sexual nature doesn’t amount to sexual harassment. The HC said there should be a context while defining a physical contact as sexual in nature. In a case against a former CRRI scientist with regard to a complaint of an ex-colleague against him, the court said a physical contact which has no undertone of a sexual nature and is not occasioned by the gender of the complainant may not necessarily amount to sexual harassment.
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Dina Wadia, the only daughter of Mohammed Ali Jinnah, and mother of Nusli Wadia, passed away at her New York residence. The London-born Dina spent a major part of her life in Mumbai but had been living in the US for the past few decades. Besides Nusli, Dina is survived by her daughter Diana, grandsons Ness and Jeh, and great-grandchildren Jah and Ella. Her funeral will be held in New York.
Chief Justice Dipak Misra urged the Supreme Court and the high courts to expeditiously hear cases pending for more than five years. The CJI wrote to the HCs saying, “Delay in disposal of these appeals raises a question about the efficacy of the administration of justice as a whole and [the] criminal justice system in particular.”
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