Monday Evening News Brief, August 14

Monday evening brief Aug 14 2017
Good evening!
Here’s everything that transpired during the course of the day…
India claimed their first ever 3-0 series win overseas, beating Sri Lanka in the final Test by an innings and 171 runs. Starting the day at 19 for 1, Sri Lanka lost three wickets by the time they could add 15 more runs and the writing seemed to be on the wall. Ravichandran Ashwin took 4 for 68 while Mohammad Shami took three wickets.

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Chinese Vice Premier Wang Yang said China-Pakistan relationship is “stronger than steel” and “sweeter than honey”. “China and Pakistan have always stood by each other in difficult times and their friendship will stand the test of time and grow with coming generations,” he said at Pakistan’s Independence Day celebration.

The JD(U) suspended 21 leaders, who are considered to be loyalists of Sharad Yadav, for indulging in anti-party activities. Sharad Yadav was removed by the party as its Rajya Sabha leader. These 21 leaders and district-level office bearers were seen with Yadav during his recent Bihar trip which he had said was meant to have “direct dialogue” with the people.

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The retail inflation rose 2.36 per cent in July from a year earlier, after easing for three months. The figure however, is still below what the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) had forecast. The economists are also of the opinion that the inflation rate will ramp up further in the coming months.
An online survey found that people in China, India and Saudi Arabia are the most positive about the direction their nations are taking. The monthly survey, ‘What Worries the World’, was conducted among 26 countries. More than 50 percent of respondents in the US, the UK, Sweden, France, Germany, Japan and Australia, among others, believed their country was on the wrong track.

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