Sunday Morning News Brief, April 8

Sunday morning brief Apr 8 2018
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Here’s everything you need to know to start your day…
Weightlifter Punam Yadav, shooter Manu Bhaker won gold medal in 2018 Commonwealth Games today. Yadav helped India win its fifth gold medal in the 69kg category weightlifting event. A bronze-medallist from the 2014 Glasgow edition, she lifted 222kg (110kg+122kg) to claim gold ahead of England’s Sarah Davies, who finished with 217kg (95kg+122kg). 16-year-old Manu Bhaker comfortably won the gold in women’s 10 air pistol while Heena Sidhu staged a remarkable recovery to secure silver. Read
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The Bishnoi community will file a petition in the Rajasthan high court challenging Salman Khan’s bail. Following a Jodhpur court’s decision to grant bail to actor Salman Khan, members of Bishnoi community, who were leading the legal battle against the actor in the blackbuck killing case, vowed to ensure that Salman is “brought to justice.
CJI’s impeachment is not a solution and it is the system which needs to be made transparent, Justice Chelameswar has said. However, Chelameswar said that the differences with the Chief Justice of India persist on issues flagged by him and other judges in a January press conference. He also justified the decision to hold the press conference to criticise the CJI’s functioning saying they were left with no option and that the protest was meant to help improve the system.
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India has called its 44 defence attaches from missions abroad to tap potential for defence exports. The initiative directed by <a href=””>defence </a>minister Nirmala Sitharaman will bring the attaches up to speed on several areas that include exploring new defence markets and promoting &lsquo;Make in India&rsquo;. In India, the attaches are expected to interact with public and private sector firms, with the larger goal of promoting Indian defence exports.
There will be around 80,000 less seats in engineering this year, reveals AICTE data. Data reveals that technical education is not as sought after as it was a decade ago. In the last four years, the number of engineering seats have been reduced by 3.1 lakh. According to AICTE, as many as 200 ‘substandard’ engineering colleges have applied for closure. Most of these colleges had less than 20% enrolment in the last few years.
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