Thursday morning news brief, July 06 2017

Thursday morning brief Jul 6 2017
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India and Israel inked seven agreements in key sectors like space technology, agriculture and water conservation. PM Modi, who is visiting Israel, announced plans to launch direct flight service from Tel Aviv to Mumbai and New Delhi. He also promised to ease the process of acquiring OCI and PIO cards by Israelis of Indian origin. Modi will today visit the Haifa cemetery to pay respects to Indian martyrs of World War I. Read
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The West Bengal governor has accused chief minister Mamata Banerjee of trying to emotionally blackmail people. The war of words between Banerjee and governor KN Tripathi erupted following clashes in the Basirhat area of North 24 Parganas district. The governor said, the CM’s “baseless allegation” was an “attempt to cover the lapses of the state government and divert attention from the main issue of law and order”.
US has cautioned, it was ready to use force if need be to stop North Korea’s nuclear missile program. US ambassador to the UN Nikki Haley told the Security Council that North Korea’s actions were “quickly closing off the possibility of a diplomatic solution.” She said US might cut off trade with countries doing business with North Korea in violation of UN sanctions, and urged China to do more to rein in Pyongyang.
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92 terrorists have been eliminated in J&K this year, and incidents of stone pelting have dropped significantly. There has been a thaw in infiltration attempts as well, compared to last year. The central security establishment feels, better statistics of terror-related violence in J&K are due to the Centre’s strategy to actively engage with holed up terrorists, with full backing of the state government.
The BCCI CEO will meet the Indian team and captain Kohli for a feedback on the appointment of the new coach. CEO Rahul Johri will pass the team’s feedback to the Cricket Advisory Committee, an official said. The move is perceived as a method of trying to gauge the mood of the team, to avoid any discord over the new appointee. Former cricketers Ravi Shastri, Virender Sehwag, Tom Moody, Venkatesh Prasad, and Phil Simmons amongst others have applied for the position.
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