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Sunday Morning News Brief, August 6

Aug 6, 2017 , , , ,
Sunday morning brief Aug 6 2017
Good morning!
Here’s everything you need to know to start your day…
Justin Gatlin won the world title in the 100m final of World Athletics Championships in London. Gatlin clocked 9.92 seconds, with teammate Christian Coleman winning silver in 9.94sec. This was Usain Bolt’s farewell race, where he claimed bronze after crossing the finish line in 9.95 seconds. Starting in lane four, Bolt was slow to react out of the blocks, the 100 and 200m world record holder behind Coleman in the lane outside from the off.
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The Goods and Services Tax Council revised rates on 19 services yesterday. This include reducing the job work rate in the textiles sector to 5% from 18%. The council, in its 20th meeting in the capital, also approved the e-way bill which makes the pre-registration of all goods worth over Rs 50,000 necessary before they are moved for sale beyond 10km. The Fifa youth World Cup, being held in India, has been exempted from GST, Arun Jaitley said.
China has discussed the Doklam issue with Nepal, sources said. Diplomatic sources said that the Chinese deputy chief of mission discussed the Doklam issue with his Nepal counterpart in a “courtesy meeting” and explained China’s position. Beijing continues to maintain that for any meaningful dialogue, Indian troops must withdraw from Doklam. Chinese diplomats have held similar meetings with Nepal officials in Kathmandu and Beijing.
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The UN Security Council unanimously backed a US-drafted resolution that strengthened sanctions on North Korea. The resolution, aimed at depriving Pyongyang of $1 billion in annual revenue, bans all exports of coal, iron and iron ore, fish and seafood by North Korea. The resolution also prevents North Korea from increasing the number of workers it sends abroad, whose earnings are another source of revenue for Kim’s regime.
After Uttar Pradesh, Bihar has decided to shut down all illegal slaughterhouses in the state. The state’s animal and fisheries resources minister Pashupati Kumar Paras made the announcement yesterday, which will mean closure of all the 140-odd abattoirs in Bihar. The move comes a day after an illegal abattoir was sealed and three persons were arrested in Bhojpur district. Animal and fisheries resources department officials confirmed that only two abattoirs in the state have licences.
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