Thursday Morning News Brief, December 7

Thursday morning brief Dec 7 2017
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US President Donald Trump recognized the disputed city of Jerusalem as the capital of Israel. “I have determined that it is time to officially recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel,” he said in a White House address, calling it ‘overdue’ and in the best interests of the United States. He said recognition acknowledged the ‘obvious’ that Jerusalem is the seat of Israel’s government despite the disputed status that is one of the key elements in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict,” he said.
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Sadiq Khan, the first Asian-origin mayor of London, called on the UK government to apologise for the Jallianwala Bagh massacre. “I’m clear that the (UK) government should now apologise, especially as we reach the centenary of the massacre. This is about properly acknowledging what happened here and giving the people of Amritsar and India the closure they need through a formal apology,” Khan said as he visited the Jallianwala Bagh memorial and paid respects.
There is prima facie a very strong case of fraud against Vijay Mallya, government officials said. “The conduct of Vijay Mallya, especially before the courts, was also highlighted to drive home the fact that Mallya has to answer about his dishonest intentions in the contempt proceedings against him in the Supreme Court of India,” an official said.
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Minister of External Affairs Sushma Swaraj will host Russian and Chinese foreign ministers in New Delhi next week. In the bilateral meeting with China, Sushma Swaraj is <a href=””>expected to raise the difficult issues</a> but will focus on making the most of common ground &mdash; the feeling in the Indian government is that China is too important a neighbour for the dominant narrative to be so negative.
The Bombay High Court upheld the validity of the Real Estate (Regulation and Development) Act (RERA). The court pronounced its judgement on a bunch of petitions filed by real estate developers and individual plot owners, all challenging the constitutional validity of the Act that was brought into effect in May this year.
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