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Thursday evening news brief, June 15

Jun 15, 2017 , , , ,
Thursday evening brief Jun 15 2017
Good evening!
Here’s everything that transpired during the course of the day…
Petrol and diesel prices may vary from pump to pump starting tomorrow, apart from daily fluctuations. There might be a 10-15 paise per litre variation in prices from pump to pump due to factors like proximity to supply terminal and transport cost. Besides, if a competing unit is selling fuel at a lower price nearby, the oil company might lower the cost further. Read
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Darjeeling continues to be tense, with protesters and security men clashing at several places today. Police recovered more than 300 weapons, including arrows and explosives in raids on premises connected with Gorkha Janmukti Morcha chief Bimal Gurung. The Centre has sought a detailed report on the prevailing situation in the hill district from the state government.
An explosion at the entrance to a kindergarten in eastern China left 7 dead and 59 injured, state media reported. A cellphone camera video posted on the website of the official People’s Daily newspaper showed more than a dozen people lying motionless in pools of blood. It wasn’t clear whether the blast was an accident or had been deliberately set.
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A TDP MP allegedly created a ruckus at Visakhapatnam airport today after he reported late for a flight. However the airline reportedly accommodated JC Divakar Reddy, Lok Sabha MP from Anantpur on the same flight despite the fact that check in for it had closed. He reportedly entered the ticketing corner inside the airport and damaged some furniture and a printer.
India has been set a target of 265 runs by Bangladesh in the ICC Champions Trophy semi-final. India were off to a good start taking two early wickets, but Tamim Iqbal (70) and Mushifqur Rahim (61) combined well for a 123-run stand for the second wicket. India came back strongly to peg back Bangladesh with quick wickets as Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Jasptrit Bumrah and Kedar Jadhav finished with two wickets each.
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