Monday evening news brief, November 6

Monday evening brief Nov 6 2017
Good evening!
Here’s everything that transpired during the course of the day…
China objected to Defence Minister Sitharaman’s first visit to Arunachal Pradesh. China said her tour of the “disputed area” is not conducive to the peace and tranquility in the region. Sitharaman yesterday had visited forward army posts in remote Anjaw district of Arunachal Pradesh bordering China to take stock of the defence preparedness. China claims Arunachal Pradesh as part of South Tibet and routinely objects to top Indian officials’ visit to the area.
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A multi-agency group probing Panama Papers leak will look into the ‘Paradise Papers’. The sources said the MAG, constituted in April last year to investigate the legality of money stashed in offshore entities by Indians named in the Panama Papers, would probe the latest disclosure made by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists. The leaked documents published by the ICIJ, revealed offshore investments by the high and mighty across the world. The list mentions 714 Indian individuals and entities.
Ease of doing business rankings for states are likely to come out in January. The move is aimed at triggering competition among states to attract investments and improve business climate. The last date for uploading evidence of reforms implemented by the states has been extended to Tuesday. Andhra Pradesh and Telangana jointly topped the 2016 all-India State/Union Territory-wise Ease of Doing Business rankings.
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This year will be among the three hottest on record, the United Nations said. This is a new sign of man-made climate change that is aggravating “extraordinary weather” such as hurricanes, droughts and floods, the United Nations said. The UN report is meant to guide almost 200 nations meeting from November 6-17 in Bonn, Germany, to try to bolster the 2015 Paris climate pact despite a planned US pullout. And 2017 would be the hottest on record without a natural El Nino event that releases heat from the Pacific Ocean about once every five years.
The time for ‘strategic patience’ with North Korea is over, President Donald Trump said. Trump has signalled in the past that Washington could look beyond a diplomatic solution to the North’s nuclear weapons ambitions, and consider military intervention. The North’s nuclear programme is “a threat to the civilised world and international peace and stability,” Trump told reporters on the second day of a trip to Asia dominated by the crisis.
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