Sunday Evening News Brief, November 19

Sunday evening brief Nov 19 2017
Good evening!
Here’s everything that transpired during the course of the day…
The makers of ‘Padmavati’ today deferred the release date of the film amid ongoing controversy. “We always have & are committed to continue following established procedure & convention. We have faith that we’ll soon obtain requisite clearances to release the film. We’ll announce revised release date of the film in due course,” said Viacom18 Motion Pictures in a statement.
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Security forces said the counter-insurgency operation resulted in a remarkable change in the security situation in Jammu and Kashmir. “We have killed about 190 terrorists as on date, in 2017. Out of these 190, 80 are local terrorists and 110 foreign. Out of these 110, 66 terrorists were killed near the LoC while infiltrating,” 15 Corps Commander Lt Gen JS Sandhu said.
On the birth centenary of Indira Gandhi, Congress president Sonia Gandhi said she was ‘one of the greatest’ as she fought for secularism. “For her, as the prime minister, there was one religion, a sacred creed passionately held – that all Indians were equal children of the motherland,” Sonia Gandhi said. “She fought for secularism, against all those forces seeking to divide the Indian people on lines of religion and caste. She gloried in the rich diversity of India, its profound democratic and secular values,” she added.
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Zimababwe’s President Robert Mugabe was dismissed as the leader of the ruling ZANU-PF party today. He was replaced by Emmerson Mnangagwa, the deputy he sacked this month. On Saturday, hundreds of thousands of people flooded the streets of Harare, singing, dancing and hugging soldiers in an outpouring of elation at Mugabe’s expected overthrow.
Darbhanga Medical College and Hospital imposed Rs 50,000 fine each on 54 girl students for ragging their juniors. The fined Darbhanga students include both second-year and first-year students. While the seniors have been fined for their alleged involvement in ragging, the juniors have been financially punished for refusing to identify their tormentors.
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