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Sunday Evening News Brief, July 16

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Sunday evening brief Jul 16 2017
Good evening!
Here’s everything that transpired during the course of the day…
At least 16 Amarnath pilgrims were killed today after a bus carrying them fell into a gorge in J&K. The bus carrying pilgrims skidded off the road, turned turtle and rolled down into the nullah at Nachlana belt of Ramban late this afternoon, Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP), Ramban, Mohan Lal said. Around 30 people were injured in the mishap.
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PM Modi has issued a stern warning to cow vigilante groups, saying that no one can take law and order into their own hands. “PM Modi has asked states to take strict action against those violating law in the name of cow protection. No person or group can be allowed to take the law into their own hands,” said Union minister Ananth Kumar quoting the Prime Minister.
The Indian Army tested two long-range ultra-light howitzers in Pokhran today, 30 years after the Bofors scandal. The test-firing of the guns is primarily aimed at collating and determining various critical data like trajectory, speed and frequency of fire of the M-777 A-2 ultra-light howitzers (ULH) which are expected to be mostly deployed along the border with China.
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The Pakistan army chief is ‘analysing’ the evidence against Indian national Kulbhushan Jadhav. The Pakistan army said that Gen Bajwa was “analysing the evidence against Jadhav and will decide on his appeal on merit.” According to ISPR statement issued on June 22, Jadhav had filed a mercy petition before Gen Bajwa after Pakistan’s Military Appellate Court rejected his appeal.
The govt said that 39 Indians abducted in Iraq by the ISIS three years ago may be lodged in a jail in Mosul. An official quoting intelligence sources had told the external affairs ministry that the Indians were deployed at a hospital construction site and then shifted to a farm. They were then taken to a jail in Badush in West Mosul, where fighting between the ISIS and Iraqi forces is still on.
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