Sunday Morning News Brief, November 26

Sunday morning brief Nov 26 2017
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India and Pakistan will come face-to-face in Russia’s Sochi next week for the SCO summit. While external affairs minister Sushma Swaraj will represent India at the summit, Pakistan is yet to announce the name of the leader who will head its delegation. Chinese Premier Li Keqiang will lead the Chinese delegation at the summit. Read.
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Trump administration slammed Pakistan for releasing Hafiz Saeed and warned Pak of “repercussions”. In an extraordinarily strong statement on the subject, the White House just stopped short of calling Pakistan a state sponsor of terrorism. It also called Saeed a “notorious terrorist” and pointed out that “a clear international consensus” exists regarding Saeed’s culpability.
Alleged 26/11 handler Abu Jundal’s trial which was put on hold finally resumed earlier this month. The prosecution has shown Jundal, a Beed resident, to be an Indian link to the terror plot hatched and executed by the Pakistan-based Lashkar-e-Taiba. Their case is that Jundal, was employed to teach the gunmen Hindi and to convey their messages to the media during the three-day seige.
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Ten persons were feared killed and more than 250 have been injured in hardliners’ protest in Pakistan. Pakistani government cracked down on protesters from hardline religious groups who had been blocking the busiest highway between Islamabad and Rawalpindi for the last three weeks demanding the resignation of law minister Zahid Hamid. The Army had to be called in to restore law and order in Islamabad.
Olympic silver medallist PV Sindhu defeated Thailand’s Ratchanok Intanon to enter finals of Hong Kong Open. Free flowing badminton was to the fore again as PV Sindhu dished out another dominant performance to drub Ratchanok Intanon of Thailand 21-17, 21-17 in the semi-finals of the Hong Kong Open Super Series. Sindhu’s victory ensured a repeat of last year’s final where the Indian lost to Tai Tzu Ying of Chinese Taipei.
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