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Sunday morning news brief, April 15

Apr 15, 2018
Sunday morning brief Apr 15 2018
Good morning!
Here’s everything you need to know to start your day…
Saina Nehwal defeated PV Sindhu to claim badminton gold at the Commonwealth Games, 2018 in Gold Coast. With this win Saina, ranked 12th in the world, took her overall head-to-head record against Sindhu to 4-1. The last time these two shuttlers met in the final of an event was at last year’s National Badminton Championships where Saina won 21-17, 27-25 to clinch her third title. Read
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Candidates need just 5% in Physics and 20% in Biology section of NEET to secure an MBBS seat. Before NEET was made mandatory in 2016, the cut-offs for admission were 50% marks for the general category, and 40% for the reserved categories. From the 2016 admission year, these were changed to 50th and 40th percentile, respectively, opening the doors to candidates with just 18-20% marks in the NEET aggregate.
PM Narendra Modi will be driven between venues in a limousine at the Commonwealth Summit in London. All other state heads will travel by coach during the summit that starts on Monday. Prime Minister Narendra Modi is also one of only three heads of state, who have been invited to hold their own private meetings with the Queen at the Buckingham Palace. Modi is going to be the first Indian PM to attend a Commonwealth Summit since 2009.
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CBI has booked former CMD of UCO Bank, Arun Kaul, for allegedly cheating the public sector bank of Rs 737 crore. The CBI has also registered a case against two private companies and their directors and some chartered accountants in the case. After registering the case, CBI teams on Saturday raided 10 places in Delhi and Mumbai, including Arun Kaul’s residence, premises of the CAs and the two firms.
The talent from the north is heading south as there are more job opportunities there. The south is home to three of India’s seven largest urban centres and accounts for more than half the total jobs created in the formal sector. The emergence of the IT industry as the single largest employer of graduates has played a significant role.
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