Saturday evening news brief, March 31 2018

Saturday evening brief Mar 31 2018
Good evening!
Here’s everything that transpired during the course of the day…
The first arrests in the CBSE paper leaks were made from Jharkhand today. Two directors of a private coaching centre have been held from Chatra, police said. 12 people, including Class 10 and 11 students, were apprehended yesterday. One of the students had answers to the leaked paper on chits. Read
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The BCCI will monitor workload of top 50 cricketers to keep them fresh for big international assignments. Starting with the seven-week IPL, the board will create a database for their workload and injury management. The board wants to have a big pool of fit players in view of the upcoming tours of England and Australia, as well as the 2019 ICC World Cup in England.
A Union minister and BJP functionaries attended the ‘Thank You India’ event of the Tibetan Government in Exile. Union Minister Mahesh Sharma, BJP general secretary Ram Madhav and others attended the event in McLeodganj today. Earlier, there was uncertainty over the participation of BJP leaders and ministers after the Centre reportedly issued an advisory asking senior leaders and officials to stay away from Dalai Lama’s events.
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The Indian government has sought extradition of controversial Islamic preacher Zakir Naik from Malaysia. India has sent a request for Naik’s extradition to Malaysian authorities after NIA completed all formalities including collection of evidence and filing of charge-sheet. A court in Kuala Lumpur is likely to hear India’s request. Malaysia, where Naik has taken refuge, has already said it is ready to extradite him.
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