Tuesday Evening News Brief, August 15

Tuesday evening brief Aug 15 2017
Good evening!
Here’s everything that transpired during the course of the day…
PM Narendra Modi said India is capable of tackling any kind of challenge. “It is clear that security of our country is our priority. Internal security is our priority. Be it sea or borders, be it cyber or space, India is capable of tackling every security challenge,” he said.

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The Centre directed Google, Facebook, Whatsapp, Instagram, Microsoft and Yahoo to immediately remove the links of Blue Whale Challenge. This challenge is reportedly a suicide game in which the player is given certain tasks to complete and the final task leads to suicide. The player is also asked to share photos after finishing the challenge.

The Interpol issued red notices against four Indian-origin businessmen in South Africa for a Rs 2.5-billion rare pink diamond. Russian businessman Alibek Issaev alleged that the four had stolen the diamond from him. The four men claimed that the papers were obtained fraudulently by Issaev, who was a former partner in one of their businesses. They said Issaev stole the diamond from them on the pretext of having a buyer for it in Russia.

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US President Donald Trump and PM Narendra Modi agreed to enhance peace in the Indo-Pacific region by establishing a new two-by-two ministerial dialogue. Trump spoke with PM Modi on Monday night to greet him on the eve of India’s Independence Day. During the phone call, Trump welcomed the first-ever shipment of American crude oil to India, which will begin this month from Texas.

A survey revealed that about 84% of Indian students never complained about ragging, considering it a tradition. A Supreme Court-mandated committee conducted the study covering 37 colleges of the country. Nearly 36 per cent students believe ragging prepares them for the harsh realities of the world while 32% enjoyed the experience.
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