Monday Morning News Brief, June 5

Monday morning brief Jun 5 2017
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Here’s everything you need to know to start your day…
India beat Pakistan by 124 runs (D/L) yesterday to score an easy win in their opening Champions Trophy match. India put on 319 for three despite two rain interruptions in 48 overs and managed to bundle out Pakistan for 164 in 33.4 overs. The Man of the Match went to Yuvraj Singh for a blistering knock of 53 off just 32 deliveries. With the ball, Umesh Yadav led from the front scalping three wickets.
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Isro’s GSLV Mk III, India’s largest rocket, is all set to take its first experimental flight today. The “monster rocket” was developed over 15 years at a cost of Rs 300 crore and will set the ball rolling for Isro’s future projects including Chandrayaan-2 and the manned mission. The rocket would carry the GSAT-19 communications satellite that would help improve data connectivity across the country.
The Islamic State has claimed responsibility for yesterday’s terror strike in London. The Islamic State sent out a call urging its followers to carry out attacks with trucks, knives and guns against “Crusaders” during the month of Ramzan. Three attackers had rammed a van into pedestrians on London Bridge yesterday and stabbed others before police shot them dead.
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Rahul Gandhi said that he is reading the Upanishads and Bhagwad Gita to take on the RSS and BJP. “I ask them (RSS men), my friend, you are doing this, you are oppressing people, but it is written in the Upanishad that all people are the same; and how come you are contradicting what your own religion says,” the Congress vice-president said. He alleged that the BJP did not fundamentally “understand India.”
IITs will give 11 bonus marks to students for attempting three ‘ambiguous’ questions in the JEE (Advanced). The decision was taken after an internal review of question papers by IIT experts. Two of these questions were from the mathematics section and one from physics. The physics question on rotational dynamics was unsolvable, said a Pace Junior Science College teacher.
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