Monday Evening News Brief, July 10

Monday evening brief Jul 10 2017
Good evening!
Here’s everything that transpired during the course of the day…
Amid concerns raised by China, navies of India, US and Japan began Malabar naval exercise 2017. It is the 21st edition of the exercise. HCS Bisht, flag officer commanding-in-chief, Eastern Naval Command, said, “The exercise indicated a joint attempt to address common challenges and shared threat.”
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The coach of the Indian men’s cricket team will be appointed only after discussing the issue with captain Virat Kohli. “The announcement has been put on hold. We will speak to Virat Kohli first, there is no hurry. Let him come back from America,” said Sourav Ganguly, member of Cricket Advisory Committee, BCCI. Ganguly confirmed that Ravi Shastri, Virendra Sehwag, Tom Moody, Lalchand Rajput and Richard Pybus were interviewed on Monday.
​ The Congress denied and then admitted that Rahul Gandhi met Chinese ambassador Luo Zhaohui. “Envoys met Rahul Gandhi, not only Chinese envoy but also Bhutanese envoy and ex-NSA Shiv Shankar Menon,” said party spokesperson Randeep Singh Surjewala after denying it earlier in the day. Rahul Gandhi tweeted that it was his duty to be informed on crucial issues.

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In a cost-cutting move, Air India stopped serving non-veg meals to economy passengers on domestic flights. “We implemented this move about two weeks back. It is expected to save us Rs 7-8 crore annually,” said a senior official. The move comes as AI’s debt burden of over Rs 52,000 crore and mounting losses have led the government to decide to sell it off.

​Nearly 6,000 NGOs could stop receiving foreign donations for not filing annual income and expenditure records for five consecutive years. The Centre has served show cause notices and sought reply within July 23, failing which the licences of the NGOs by which they receive foreign donation will be cancelled.

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