Saturday morning news brief March 10 2018

Saturday morning brief Mar 10 2018
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India will keep up the pressure on Pakistan through targeted fire assaults and covert tactical operations along the LoC. The Indian security establishment believes that Pakistan Army has to be kept under sustained pressure till it “visibly and concretely clamps down” on terror emanating from its soil. The strategy revolves around pre-emptive strikes against Pak Army forward posts that actively abet infiltration. Read
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French President Emmanuel Macron has arrived in now in India on an official visit. He was received last night by Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Macron and Modi will hold delegation-level talks today, where the two are expected to review the whole gamut of bilateral relations. India and France are looking to boost ties, especially in the areas of maritime security and counter-terrorism.
The Supreme Court on Friday legalised passive euthanasia in a landmark judgement. The court approved ‘living will’ to provide terminally ill patients or those in persistent and incurable vegetative state a dignified exit by refusing medical treatment or life support. The person concerned can also authorise, through the will, any relative or friend to decide in consultation with medical experts when to pull the plug.
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India pacer Mohammad Shami has been charged with domestic violence and infidelity after a complaint by his wife. He has also been charged with attempt to murder, rape, assault and criminal intimidation. A senior officer said the police would soon send a notice asking Shami to present himself before investigators. Shami’s mother, sister, brother and his wife have also been booked.
Chinese President Xi Jinping has urged the US and North Korea to begin talks as “soon as possible.” US President Trump on Thursday agreed to a historic meeting with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un by May. This would be the first ever meeting between a US president and a North Korean leader. In a telephonic conversation, Xi told Trump the move to pursue denuclearisation through “the right track of dialogue” was positive.
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