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Saturday Evening News Brief, June 3

Jun 3, 2017 , , , ,
Saturday evening brief Jun 3 2017
Good evening!
Here’s everything that transpired during the course of the day…
Union home minister Rajnath Singh said infiltration from Pakistan came down by 45 per cent following the surgical strike. On Islamic State, Rajnath said that security agencies have been successful in nabbing more than 90 IS sympathizers. “Despite having a large Muslim population, IS has been unable to establish a hold in India,” he said. On Kashmir issue, he said, “This issue has been simmering since 1947. So a solution cannot be expected in a jiffy or the next couple of months.”
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NCP and CPM did not attempt EVM tampering, Chief Election Commissioner Nasim Zaidi said. The CPM team wanted to take part as an observer of the process, Zaidi said. The NCP team expressed willingness to opt out from the challenge demanding clarification on the differences between EVMs of state election commissions and that of the Election Commission of India.
At least 18 people were killed and dozens injured in three back-to-back explosions in Khair Khana area of Kabul. According to reports, officials were not able to confirm the type of explosive. The Talibans denied its involvement in the bombing, which took place during the funeral of Senator Ezadyar’s son. Yesterday, Ezadyar’s son was killed in the mass rally in Kabul after security forces opened fire on demonstrators.
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​Pass percentage of CBSE Class 10 examination fell to 90.95 per cent from 96.21 per cent last year, registering a dip of over 5 per cent. Results from Allahabad, Chennai, Delhi, Dehradun and Trivandrum regions have been uploaded on the websites. A total of 16,67,969 students appeared for the examination, of which 7,81,463 appeared for the school-based exam, while the rest took the board exam.
France President Emmanuel Macron said his country fully supports India’s fight against terrorism. Issuing a joint statement in Paris, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said terrorism and climate change are the biggest challenges the world is facing now. “India will continue working on climate change above and beyond the Paris accord,” he said.
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