Thursday evening news brief, April 26, 2018

Thursday evening brief Apr 26 2018
Good evening!
Here’s everything that transpired during the course of the day…
PM Modi said he will discuss vision and priorities for national development with Chinese President Xi Jinping. Modi will be in China for an informal two-day summit with Jinping, starting tomorrow. The summit is being seen as an effort by India and China to rebuild trust that were hit by the Doklam standoff last year. The leaders will also review developments in India-China relations from a strategic and long-term perspective. Read
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North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un will meet South Korean President Moon in a historic summit tomorrow. Kim will cross the border on foot into the South Korean border village of Panmunjom, thus becoming the first North Korean leader to be in the southern section of the border since the end of the 1950-53 Korean War. The talks are expected to focus on North Korea’s nuclear program.
A court in MP has summoned Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg following allegations of harassment by a Bhopal based start-up. The petitioner alleged that Facebook had stopped his paid advertisement campaign to promote his page after running it for three days and then issued a legal notice opposing title of his portal.
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Islamabad High Court has disqualified Pakistan foreign minister Khawaja Asif as a member of parliament. He was held guilty of concealing details of his UAE work permit while contesting polls in 2013. A petition was filed by Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf leader Usman Dar, seeking disqualification of Asif for holding the UAE work permit.
Former India footballer Bhaichung Bhutia today launched his political party “Hamro Sikkim.” Bhutia announced his plan to float a new party on Twitter yesterday, months after breaking away from the Trinamool Congress. While expressing his desire to quit TMC, Bhutia had said he wanted to be part of a larger political platform espousing Sikkim’s cause in New Delhi.
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