Monday Morning News Brief, June 12

Monday morning brief Jun 12 2017
Good morning!
Here’s everything you need to know to start your day…
PM Narendra Modi is likely to meet the US President Donald Trump on June 25-26. The exact dates of Modi’s visit to US are expected to be announced today. The PM will meet the Indian community on one occasion. He will look for gains in dealing with Pakistan’s role in promoting terrorism and India’s case for a seat at the nuclear supplier’s group besides enlarging the economic relationship.
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The government is soon going to roll out a Rs 60,000 crore submarine project. It will be be the first one to be launched under an ambitious model finalised last month to rope in leading private players for defence production. Under the model, select private firms will be engaged to build military platforms in India in partnership with foreign entities.
In a ‘goodwill gesture’, India is going to release 11 Pakistani prisoners today. This is a significant move as it comes days after Modi’s “exchange of greetings” with Pakistan PM Nawaz Sharif in Astana at a regional summit. This is the first such gesture from Indian authorities since Kulbhushan Jadhav was sentenced to death by a Pakistani court.
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Justice C S Karnan of the Calcutta high court is set to retire today. Karnan is facing arrest and has been absconding since May 9 when a seven-judge bench of the Supreme Court issued an unprecedented arrest order against him. The apex court’s order of arrest of Justice Karnan remains unexecuted as of Monday.
French President Emmanuel Macron is headed for an overwhelming majority in the country’s parliamentary elections. Macron’s party topped the first round of voting in the the elections on Sunday. Seat projections showed Macron’s camp going on to win between 390 and 445 seats in the 577-member National Assembly. Even though 49% of the electorate voted in the polls, for France it was one of the lowest levels in decades.
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