Monday Evening News Brief, September 11

Monday evening brief Sep 11 2017
Good evening!
Here’s everything that transpired during the course of the day…
‘The green shoots of peace are sprouting in Kashmir’, Rajnath Singh said. “After meeting the delegations and holding meetings here, I understand that the situation in Kashmir has greatly improved. I don’t want to claim that everything is completely fine but things are improving, this I can say with firm belief… I can see the green shoots of peace in Kashmir valley,” Rajnath said. The remarks came soon after he promised a Rs 1 lakh crore Prime Minister’s Development Package (PMDP) for the restive state.
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Indian Americans in US pooled in their resources to help Irma victims. Several thousands Indian-Americans drove out of the state and reached out to their community members in nearby Atlanta to help those affected by the hurricane. Hurricane Irma made landfall on Florida’s southern islands yesterday and claimed four lives as millions of people, including thousands of Indian-Americans, evacuated the state. About 120,000 Indian-Americans live in Florida.
India agreed to provide further defence assistance to Afghanistan. The decision was taken during a meeting between External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj and her Afghan counterpart Salahuddin Rabbani that also reviewed the security situation in the war-torn country. Swaraj also said the two countries remain united in overcoming the challenges posed by cross border terrorism and safe havens and sanctuaries. The two sides inked four pacts after the meeting, including a motor vehicles agreement and a fresh document on India’s development assistance.
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The Madras HC dismissed a civil suit moved by an MLA from Dhinakaran camp. The AIADMK MLA, P Vetrivel of the TTV Dhinakaran faction, had moved a suit to stall a meeting called by the chief minister Edappadi K Palaniswami group on Tuesday. The court slapped an exemplary cost of Rs 1 lakh on the petitioner for wasting judicial time through such vexatious petition. For the past few days, the TTV Dhinakaran faction has been exploring all available avenues to stall the general council meeting convened by Palaniswami.
Seven Lok Sabha members are being investigated for ‘substantial increases’ in assets. Along with these Parliamentarians, 98 state lawmakers are also being investigated for for the same, the Central Board of Direct Taxes told the Supreme Court. The CBDT said it will provide the names of these Parliamentarians and members of legislative assemblies to the SC in a sealed cover on Tuesday. It added that the Income Tax Department had conducted preliminary investigations into their assets and found that there had been “huge” increases in the Lok Sabha MPs’ assets and “substantial” increases in MLAs’ assets.
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