Sunday Morning News Brief, April 23

Sunday morning brief Apr 23 2017
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UP’s Yogi Adityanath government yesterday downgraded security cover for key opposition leaders. Following a meeting between the security committee and the new DGP Sulkhan Singh, the UP government decided to reduce security for SP leaders Akhilesh Yadav, Mulayam Singh Yadav, Dimple Yadav and Azam Khan, and BSP chief Mayawati.
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The Indian armed forces have formulated a ‘joint doctrine’ to ensure they work together. The doctrine, which will be released next week, underlines the need for the “application of military power” in an integrated manner by the Army, Navy and the IAF. The aim is to effectively tackle both full blown conventional wars as well as irregular and hybrid warfare.
Voting for the Delhi municipal polls is underway with the BJP, AAP and the Congress in a triangular contest. Opinion polls have tipped the BJP as the front runner despite a two-term incumbency in Delhi’s three municipal bodies. The stakes are no less significant for AAP, which hopes to reverse its losing streak. For the Congress, the challenge is to retain the momentum it gained in Punjab.
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The AIADMK’s TTV Dhinakaran was quizzed for nine hours by the Delhi police yesterday. The AIADMK (Amma) deputy general secretary was questioned about allegations that he bribed Rs 10 crore to the Election Commission to get back the ‘two leaves’ party symbol. Dhinakaran has been called again today for further investigation.
The health ministry have made tests mandatory for all drugs before they are launched in the Indian market. In an effort to ensure that generic medicines have the same quality as their branded counterparts, the government made bio-equivalence studies mandatory for all drugs. Bio-equivalence studies are tests conducted on humans to evaluate a drug’s dissolution and efficacy levels in blood.
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