Saturday evening news brief, April 7

Saturday evening brief Apr 7 2018
Good evening!
Here’s everything that transpired during the course of the day…
Salman Khan was today released from Jodhpur jail after being granted bail in the 1998 blackbuck poaching case. Immediately after his release, Khan, 52, was driven under police escort to the airport here. Khan, who had spent two nights in the Jodhpur Central Jail after his sentencing on Thursday, was granted bail on a bond of Rs 50,000 and two sureties of like amount, Defence counsel Mahesh Bora said. Read.
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Ragala Venkat Rahul clinched gold medal at CWG 2018 by lifting a total weight of 338kg in 85kg weightlifting event. This is India’s sixth medal in weightlifting competitions as well as in the CWG. Rahul impressed with a successful lift of 147kg in his first snatch attempt and went on to lift 151kg in his third and final lift after failing to carry the same weight in the second. He continued his good work lifting 182kg in his first clean and jerk attempt to jump to top spot in the standings.
India and Nepal today vowed to boost ties in key areas of defence and security, connectivity and trade. After the talks, PM Modi said India will continue to support Nepal as per that country’s priorities, adding both sides have agreed to expedite all connectivity projects. The prime minister said cooperation between the two countries will enhance Nepal’s democracy. Modi also said the two countries agreed on laying a new railway line to link Kathmandu with India.
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Delhi Police Crime Branch today arrested 3 people from Himachal Pradesh in CBSE Class 12 paper leak case. The three arrested include a teacher, a clerk and a support staff. An investigation into the case had revealed that the paper was leaked in handwritten form. The three accused were brought to the national capital from Una and after questioning they were arrested, the officer said.
India is now ready to transfer crucial technology of its 3rd generation anti-tank guided missile ‘Nag’ to private industry. The Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) has already kick-started initial activities relating to Transfer of Technology (ToT) for both<a href=”https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/india/india-ready-to-transfer-crucial-anti-tank-missile-tech-to-pvt-industry/articleshow/63653191.cms”> &lsquo;Nag&rsquo; and &lsquo;Nag Missile Carrier (Namica)&rsquo;</a>, but public sector units like Bharat Dynamics Limited (BDL) are not completely out of the race yet.
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