Monday evening news brief, an 08 2018

Monday evening brief Jan 8 2018
Good evening!
Here’s everything that transpired during the course of the day…
India seem to be squandering away chances of a sensational victory in the Cape Town Test. Chasing 208, the Indian top order was in disarray, with 6 wickets falling for just 77. Earlier, Indian pacers restricted the Proteas to just 130 in the second innings, with Bumrah and Shami picking up 3 wickets apiece. India has won just two Tests in 25 years on South African soil. Updates
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The Supreme Court said it will reconsider its 2013 decision criminalising gay sexual relations. The court also sought the Centre’s response to a writ petition filed by five LGBTQ community members, who said they live in fear of police because of their natural sexual orientation and preferences. In December 2013, the SC had set aside the Delhi High Court’s 2009 verdict decriminalising homosexuality.
Indian Haj pilgrims may soon be able to travel to Saudi Arabia via sea route. Officials from both the countries will discuss all the necessary formalities and technicalities so that Haj pilgrimage through sea route can be started in the coming years,” union minister Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi said. The annual Haj agreement between India and Saudi Arabia has been signed in Mecca.
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Bulls ruled Dalal Street on Monday as Sensex and Nifty posted fresh all-time highs in intra-day trade. The NSE index breached the 10,600-mark for the first time and closed the day on 10,623.60. The markets received impetus from Asian cues as Japan’s Nikkei, China’s Shanghai Composite and South Korea’s Kospi all traded high. Among sectors, pharma, IT and FMCG stocks led the drive.
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