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Daily Newsletter | Thursday, May 11, 2017
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5 judges of 5 faiths on SC’s triple talaq bench; hearing to begin today
For a sensitive issue like this, the lead petition is aptly titled “Quest for Equality vs Jamiat Ulama-i-Hind”. And hearing the case will be five judges from five different communities — CJI J S Khehar (Sikh) and Justices Kurian Joseph (Christian), R F Nariman (Parsi), U U Lalit (Hindu) and Abdul Nazeer (Muslim).
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Jadhav case: India approached ICJ after 46 years
India on Wednesday strongly justified its decision to move the International Court of Justice (ICJ) on the case of Indian national Kulbhushan Jadhav, sentenced to death in Pakistan for alleged spying, saying he had been subjected to a sham trial and that his life was in danger.
How New Delhi saved day with ICJ dash
The odds were stacked against India with the International Court of Justice (ICJ) not in session and intelligence inputs indicating that the Pakistan military was surreptitiously speeding up the execution of Indian national Kulbhushan Jadhav.


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First underground metro train in Chennai to run from Sunday
The much anticipated underground line of Chennai Metro Rail will open for the public on Sunday, making the city the fourth in the country to launch such a facility after Kolkata, Delhi and Bengaluru. The line will cover a distance of eight kilometres from Nehru Park to Koyambedu, through tunnels and seven underground stations, to connect the already operational line at Koyambedu.


Build 2017: Microsoft adds tools to flag bad content in cloud face-off with Amazon and Google
Microsoft said its new Video Indexer can identify faces, voices and emotions in moving pictures. Separately, its Custom Vision Search lets companies build apps that recognize images with just a few lines of code.
Build 2017: Microsoft unveils new tools to take AI mainstream
Microsoft has unveiled new tools intended to democratize artificial intelligence by enabling machine smarts to be built into software from smartphone games to factory floors.
Build 2017: Microsoft achieves half of 2018 goal for Windows 10 devices
Windows 10 represents a comeback for Microsoft after a disastrous Windows 8 launch and heavy competition from phone systems such as Apple’s iOS and Google’s Android.


IPL: Iyer 96 stuns Gujarat Lions in chase of 196
A stroke-filled innings from Shreyas Iyer gave Delhi Daredevils a morale-lifting win over Gujarat Lions at Kanpur’s Green Park Stadium. Batting under lights, Iyer’s 96 allowed the Daredevils to pull off a two-wicket win in a humdinger of a chase.
IPL: Delhi Daredevils beat Gujarat by two wickets
Live Commentary & Live cricket score updates of Match 50 of the Vivo Indian Premier League between Gujarat Lions vs Delhi Daredevils on Times of India.
Asian Wrestling C’ships: Harpreet wins bronze medal
Harpreet Singh fetched the first medal for India on the opening day of the Asian Wrestling Championships when he bagged a bronze in the Greco-Roman 80kg category on Wednesday.


Can the Apple cash machine keep chugging?
Apple has enviable figures as far as market capitalization figures are concerned and is reportedly on the way for major acquisitions. But, it has not come up with any path breaking innovation in the recent past which might make its shares unattractive.
IndiGo, TruJet to add more wings to UDAN scheme
IndiGo, the country’s largest airline by market share, has announced plans to induct 50 smaller aircraft for regional routes, giving a major boost to the government’s ‘UDAN’ initiative to boost regional connectivity.
US court rules in favour of Zydus Cadila in patent case
Zydus Cadila said it has received a favourable judgement from a US federal court in a patent infringement case paving the way for company to launch its generic product in the American market. The court has said proposed that the generic version of Lialda does not infringe a US Patent


Justin Bieber’s interesting pictures
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