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Sunday Morning News Brief

Jun 4, 2017 , , ,
Sunday morning brief Jun 4 2017
Good morning!
Here’s everything you need to know to start your day…
Six people were killed and 20 injured in terror attacks in the center of London. Three attackers drove a vehicle into pedestrians on London Bridge and then stabbed people in Borough Market. The Metropolitan Police’s head of counter-terrorism Mark Rowley said that the suspects were confronted and shot by police within eight minutes of the first call.
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India is all set to face arch-rivals Pakistan today in their opening match of the ICC Champions Trophy 2017 at Edgbaston. Since the 2009 loss in Centurion to Pakistan, India have not lost a game in the Champions Trophy and will only look to add to their six-game winning streak at a venue which has evolved into the only true neutral loophole in the Indo-Pak cricketing idea.
The GST Council yesterday fixed the rates for commodities like gold, footwear, biscuits and textile. For gold, the GST has been set at 3 per cent, which will marginally push up prices. GST of 12 per cent will be levied on readymade garments while bidis have been put in the highest tax category at 28 per cent without any cess.
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Rajnath Singh yesterday said that India has managed to keep the Islamic State threat under control with constant surveillance. The Union home minister said that the cooperation of various state police forces has helped the country keep the terror threat under control. “I can say with full confidence that IS until now has failed to set up base in India,” Rajnath said.
India has rejected Pakistan’s claims of killing five Indian soldiers in the Tatta Pani-Krishna Ghati sector along the LoC. Senior Army officers dubbed as “completely false” the Pakistan army’s statement that it had “violently responded” to “unprovoked ceasefire violation at Tatta Pani along the LoC”, which is faced by the Krishna Ghati sector on the Indian side, to kill five Indian soldiers while “destroying Indian bunkers”.
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