Sunday evening news brief, April 15 2018

Sunday evening brief Apr 15 2018
Good evening!
Here’s everything that transpired during the course of the day…
India has lodged a protest with Pakistan over Sikh pilgrims from India being denied access to consular teams. Pakistani authorities have repeatedly blocked the Indian High Commission from performing basic consular and protocol duties for the pilgrims. India reminded Pakistan that it was violating international and bilateral protocols, reaffirmed by both countries. Around 1,800 Sikh pilgrims had traveled to Pakistan last Thursday to celebrate Baisakhi at Gurdwara Panja Sahib in Rawalpindi district. Read
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The government may bring an ordinance to overturn the recent Supreme Court ruling on the SC/SC Act. In a written submission filed before the top court, the Centre said the verdict on the SC/ST Act has “diluted” its stringent provisions, and dubbed the entire judgement as “vitiated”. Introducing a bill in Parliament to amend the Act to overturn the SC order is also an option before the government.
Girl found dead in Surat might have been held captive and raped, doctors say. A doctor at the hospital where the postmortem was conducted, said there were 86 injury marks on the body of the girl. Police have announced a reward of Rs 20,000 for anyone coming forward to give information about the crime. The unidentified, minor victim’s body was found from Bhestan locality in Gujarat’s Surat earlier this month.
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Eleven Air India staff unions have taken to social media against the stake sale plan in the national carrier. Messages and graphics with ‘Save Air India’ slogan are being posted on various social media platforms. People are also being urged through WhatsApp messages to raise their voice against the strategic disinvestment of the national carrier. The employees fear losing jobs if the stake sell is pushed through.
Allegations of nepotism have emerged in recommendation of advocates for appointment as judges in Allahabad High Court. The complaints, received by the PMO and law ministry, have been referred for an IB inquiry. At least 11 advocates, it is claimed, are close relatives and associates of sitting and retired judges of the SC and the high court.
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