Sunday evening news brief, January 21

Sunday evening brief Jan 21 2018
Good evening!
Here’s everything that transpired during the course of the day…
20 AAP legislators were disqualified from the Delhi Assembly for allegedly holding offices of profit. President Ram Nath Kovind approved a recommendation by the Election Commission (EC) to oust the AAP MLAs from the legislative assembly, paving the way for by-elections in Delhi. “We had hoped to go to the President asking him to give us a chance to present ourselves. Now we received this news. AAP will knock the doors of HC and even SC if the need be,” said Delhi minister Gopal Rai. Read.
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UNSC team will visit Pakistan this week to assess Islamabad’s compliance with world body’s sanctions regime. The two-day visit of the UN Security Council’s sanctions monitoring team will begin on Thursday. The UN monitoring team’s visit is taking place amid increasing pressure on Pakistan from the US and India with respect to the inadequate implementation of the sanctions on Saeed and entities linked to him.
Rajnath Singh has said India has shown it can attack its enemies not only on its soil, but also in a foreign territory. Singh’s remarks come almost a month after a group of five Army commandos crossed the Line of Control in Poonch sector of Jammu and Kashmir and killed three Pakistani soldiers and smashed a post, in a swift and daring operation. Singh also said India wants to maintain a friendly relationship with its neighbour.
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India will overtake China to be the fastest growing large economy in 2018, says a report. “India will become the fastest growing large economy in the world, eclipsing China. Indian equity market will jump to become the fifth largest in the world,” the report noted. At a time when developed economies are cheering 2-3 per cent growth, India is focused on breaching 7.5 per cent, it said.
No one can touch a woman without her consent, a Delhi court said and termed it unfortunate that women continue to be victimised. The court’s observation came while awarding five years jail term to Ram for sexually assaulting a nine-year-old girl. The court said a woman’s body is her own and it is she who has an exclusive right over it and all others are prohibited to touch her body, without her consent, for any purpose whatsoever.
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