Thursday morning news brief, Oct 12 2017

Thursday morning brief Oct 12 2017
Good morning!
Here’s everything you need to know to start your day…
India take on Ghana in their final group match in the Fifa U-17 World Cup today. However India’s qualification to the next round looks difficult. The homeside is still without a point, having lost their matches against USA and Columbia. To make matters worse, India may have to leave key players Amarjeet Singh and Anwar Ali out of the playing squad due to injuries. Read
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The Allahabad HC is likely to give its verdict in the 2008 Aarushi murder case today. Dentist couple Rajesh and Nupur Talwar are serving a life term for murdering their daughter, Aarushi, and domestic help Hemraj. The HC may evaluate some of the key points which formed the basis for the trial court to convict the couple but have been questioned by the defence.
The PM’s Economic Advisory Council has identified 10 key areas to revive growth and boost job creation in the next six months. The panel said there was a consensus that the government should stick to the fiscal consolidation roadmap and not go for a stimulus at the cost of fiscal prudence. Over the next one month, the panel is likely to work on various issues in the run-up to the budget for 2018-19.
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Efforts by Jamaat-ud Dawa to register as a mainstream political party in Pakistan have suffered a setback. The country’s Election Commission rejected the application of Milli Muslim League, the political front of JuD, led by 26/11 mastermind Hafiz Saeed. The decision was taken on the basis of Pakistan home ministry advising the commission to avoid registration of MML, for its ties to banned militant outfit Lashkar-e-Taiba.
Firecracker sellers in Delhi-NCR has taken to online to circumvent the ban on sale imposed by the SC. Some of the online stores are asking customers to place orders on WhatsApp and pay an advance of 50% and expect the crackers to be dropped at their house a day before Diwali. Sellers are now pinning hopes on a petition that will come up before the apex court today.
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