Sunday morning news brief, September 24

Sunday morning brief Sep 24 2017
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Sushma Swaraj slammed Pakistan at the UN on Saturday saying India produces engineers and doctors while Pakistan churns out jihadis The External Affairs Minister said while Pakistan continues to plumb new depths of barbarism, it has the gumption to preach humanity to India. Swaraj was responding to Pakistan PM Shahid Khaqan Abbasi’s charge of “atrocities” in Jammu and Kashmir. Read
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India accounts for the third highest number of cancer cases among women after China and the US Cancer among women in India is estimated at 0.7 million growing annually at 4.5-5%, according to new data released. Cancer cases as well as mortality are increasing rapidly among Indian women, primarily because of low awareness and late detection.
Number of girl students in India is catching up and will overtake boys soon In 2015-16 girls comprised 48% of the student population of about 300 million. There has been a dramatic increase of girls enrolled in educational institutions from schools to colleges and universities over the past years. Girls outnumber boys in PG courses while they are marginally behind in UG courses.
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North Korea said that firing its rockets was “inevitable” after Donald Trump called Kim Jong-Un “rocket man” The remarks came hours after US Air Force B-1B Lancer bombers escorted by fighter jets flew in international airspace over waters east of North Korea. “Now we are finally only a few steps away from the final gate of completion of the state nuclear force,” North’s foreign ministry said at the UN.
Kashmiri separatist Shabir Shah has admitted he spoke to 26/11 mastermind Hafiz Saeed, the enforcement directorate said Shah last spoke to the global terrorist Hafiz Saeed in January, the chargesheet filed by ED in Delhi High court said. The ED and NIA are probing connections between Kashmiri separatists like Shah and Syed Ali Shah Gilani and terror organisations backed by Pakistan.
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