Saturday morning news brief July 08 2017

Saturday morning brief Jul 8 2017
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G20 leaders said all terror safe havens in every part of the world must be eliminated. They agreed to facilitate swift and targeted exchange of information between intelligence, law enforcement and judicial authorities. Prime Minister Narendra Modi presented a 11-point action agenda for fighting terrorism. In a clear reference to Pakistan, he said “some nations are using terrorism for achieving political goals.” Read
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US President Trump and Russia’s Putin met for the first time, on the sidelines of the G20 summit in Hamburg. The meeting lasted for nearly two hours. Allegations of Russian meddling in US elections came up during the talks. Putin stood firm in his denial of the allegations, and Trump accepted it, said Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov.
China has made selective references to old treaties while staking its claims in the Doklam border issue. Chinese foreign ministry produced partial excerpts from a letter by former PM Nehru to show that India had accepted a 1890 treaty covering areas that include Doklam. The truth is, Nehru acknowledged the treaty only with regards to the Northern border of Sikkim. The Doklam tri-junction was discussed between India and China in 2012.
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The government has urged ministries and departments to pay revised rates of allowances in the current month’s salary. Last month the Cabinet approved recommendations of 7th central pay commission on allowances with 34 modifications and the revised rates were effective from July 1. The decision will benefit 34 lakh civilian employees and 14 lakh defence forces personnel.
The heads of state of all 10 Asean nations will be invited for the Republic Day parade next year. India and Asean upgraded their relationship to a strategic partnership in 2012. Some Asean nations have been exhorting India to increase its profile in the region, partly due to China’s increasing assertiveness in handling maritime disputes and other issues. For the first time, so many leaders will together be chief guests at the parade.
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