Friday Morning News Brief, September 22

Friday morning brief Sep 22 2017
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Dawood Ibrahim is presently in Pakistan, a senior police officer has quoted his brother Iqbal Kaskar as saying. Kaskar also gave some four-five addresses used by Dawood, India’s most wanted, in the country. Kaskar is also understood to have told the investigators that Dawood has avoided speaking to him and other relatives in India for the past three years over fears of his phone being tapped.
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Kuldeep Yadav became only the third Indian to take a hat-trick as the hosts demolished Australia by 50 runs in the second ODI. With this memorable feat, the left-arm spinner joined Kapil Dev (1991) and Chetan Sharma (1987) in a select club of Indians who have picked up a hat-trick. India’s sensational bowling performance came after captain Virat Kohli made a fluent 92 to take the hosts to 252.
Rajnath Singh said that the Rohingya were not refugees but illegal immigrants and reiterated that they would be deported. Asserting that India was free to take action against illegal immigrants, the home minister said, “The issue of deportation of Rohingya is not a matter of ego and confrontation for India, but one of principles.” The reaction came three days after the NHRC approached the SC opposing the Centre’s stand on deporting 40,000 Rohingya.
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India has announced taking up 116 ‘high-impact community developmental projects’ in 31 provinces of Afghanistan. The decision, which comes weeks after US President Donald Trump sought New Delhi’s help in the economic development of the war-torn country, was taken during a meeting between external affairs minister Sushma Swaraj and Afghanistan president Ashraf Ghani on the sidelines of the UN General Assembly session.
At least three civilians were killed and 30 injured when terrorists attacked the cavalcade of J&K minister Naeem Akhtar near Srinagar. A PDP MLA said the terrorists, suspected to be Hizbul Mujahideen men, attacked the motorcade with a hand grenade and gunfire from automatic rifles. DG police SP Vaid revealed that the target of the attack was the minister. The terrorists managed to escape in the melee caused by the attack.
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