Monday evening news brief, July 17 2017

Monday evening brief Jul 17 2017
Good evening!
Here’s everything that transpired during the course of the day…
Voting to elect India’s 14th President has ended. NDA’s Ram Nath Kovind has an advantage over Opposition candidate Meira Kumar, as the numbers are stacked in favour of the ruling NDA. Meanwhile, Union minister Venkaiah Naidu is likely to be picked as the NDA’s vice-presidential candidate against Gopalkrishna Gandhi. Read
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India told Pakistan that it reserves the right to retaliate against any ceasefire violation. DGMO Lt Gen AK Bhatt, in a telephonic conversation with his Pakistani counterpart, put across ’emphatically’ that infiltration along the LoC continued with the active support of Pakistani forward posts, impacting peace and tranquillity and the internal security situation.
DIG D Roopa, who recently exposed corruption in Bengaluru central prison, has been shifted. DGP (Prisons) HN Sathyanarayana Rao, who Roopa had accused of corruption, has also been shifted with immediate effect. Roopa in a report had alleged that some prisoners, including DMK’s VK Sasikala and stamp paper scam convict Telgi were being provided special privileges.
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The Chinese military has conducted live-fire exercises in the Tibet Autonomous Region. This comes amid an ongoing border standoff with India in the Doklam region. The brigade that conducted the drills was from the PLA’s Tibet Military Command that guards the Line of Actual Control of the India-China border along several sections connecting the mountainous Tibetan region.
Huge reserves of precious metals and minerals have been discovered in the seas surrounding peninsular India. The treasure trove of lime mud, phosphate-rich and calcareous sediments, hydrocarbons, metalliferous deposits and micronodules was discovered by scientists of Geological Survey of India. The resources have been found in seas off Mangaluru, Chennai, Mannar Basin, Andaman and Nicobar Islands and around Lakshadweep.
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