Saturday Evening News Brief, May 27

Saturday evening brief May 27 2017
Good evening!
Here’s everything that transpired during the course of the day…
J&K government has shut internet services after stone-pelting protests restarted across Kashmir. This comes hours after security forces killed Hizbul Mujahideen terrorist Sabzar Ahmad earlier today. Stone-pelting protests began in at least 10 locations in south Kashmir, leading to a CRPF commandant being seriously hurt with a head injury, police sources said, adding that stone-pelters were being mobilised via WhatsApp groups and were already out in force in 10 or more areas in the Valley.
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Bihar chief minister Nitish Kumar has denied reports that his meeting with PM Modi had anything to do with politics. Nitish said his talks with PM Modi were to discuss issues plaguing Bihar, with special focus on plans to desilt the Ganga. “Issue of silt in Ganga is getting serious, there is a danger of flood. I thought I should meet PM on this issue separately,” the JD(U) president said after the luncheon meet, which was in honour of visiting Prime Minister of Mauritius Pravind Jugnauth.
Rahul Gandhi, who left for UP’s Saharanpur today, was stopped by authorities from entering the riot-stricken town. Rahul said his convoy was halted at the border by the police before he could reach Shabbirpur village, the centre of the caste-based conflict in the district. “In light of the current state of affairs, the administration has asked me to leave, therefore I’m going back. They said as soon as normalcy returns, they’ll allow me visit the village,” the Congress vice president said.
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A Bill seeking H-1B limits exemption for foreigners with US PhD has been re-introduced in the House of Representatives. The bill seeks exemption for foreign-born persons with an American PhD in science, technology, engineering or mathematics from the limits on the number of employment-based green cards and H-1B visas awarded annually. Introduced by Congressmen Erik Paulsen and Mike Quigley, the Stopping Trained in America PhDs from Leaving the Economy (STAPLE) Act, is likely to benefit Indians given that they constitute the largest number of students doing PhD in the US.
Sacked minister Kapil Mishra has accused the AAP government of Rs 300 crore scam in medicine purchase. The Kejriwal government improperly procured medicines, overpaid for ambulances, and violated rules in transfers and appointments too, Mishra said, adding that AAP leader Satyendar Jain did not allow hospitals to buy medicines and instead handed over the task to a central procurement authority.
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