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Monday Evening News Brief, May 21

May 21, 2018
Monday evening brief May 21 2018
Good evening!
Here’s everything that transpired during the course of the day…
PM Narendra Modi said the strategic partnership between India and Russia has been elevated into a ‘special privileged strategic partnership’ Modi said India and Russia have been friends for a long time and thanked President Putin for inviting him for the first-ever informal meeting at Sochi. “We are working together on International North-South Transport Corridor (INSTC) and BRICS,” he said.
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Security forces in Jammu amd Kashmir shift gear to focus on finding new terror recruits and motivating them to return to their families “Our effort is to catch them alive and understand their grievances. After all, a 15 or 16 year old boy can’t be brainwashed to the extent that he would like to be killed in a gunfight. There has to be a counter-narrative,” said a senior official.
BJP president Amit Shah said that the Karnataka mandate was against the ‘unholy’ Congress-JD(S) alliance. “Only Congress and JD(S) are celebrating, people of Karnataka are not,” he said. “If we had not staked claim to form government, it would have been against the mandate of Karnataka people,” Shah asserted
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The 16-year-old teenager accused of murdering a seven-year-old boy at a Gurugram school will be tried as an adult, a sessions court said The CBI, in a charge sheet, had alleged that the teenager had murdered the student on September 8 last year in a bid to get the examinations postponed and a scheduled parent-teacher meeting cancelled. The victim’s body, with the throat slit, was found in the washroom of the school.
Extremism is not limited to particular country or region, its a global issue, said Pakistan’s Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi Abbasi, along with Sindh Governor Muhammad Zubair yesterday visited the family of Sabika Sheikh — the 17-year-old Pakistani national who was killed in shooting in the Santa Fe High School in Texas, met her family members and condoled her death.
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