Tuesday evening news brief, Jan 30 2018

Tuesday evening brief Jan 30 2018
Good evening!
Here’s everything that transpired during the course of the day…
India is the world’s sixth wealthiest country with total wealth of $8,230 bn, a report said. The report by New World Wealth, a global market research group, ranked US as the wealthiest country, followed by China, Japan, UK and Germany. The report took into account private wealth held by individuals, like property, cash, equities and business interests. It excluded government funds from its figures. Read
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India registered a crushing victory over Pakistan to enter the final of ICC Under-19 World Cup. Batting first, India piled up 272/9, helped by a century from Shubman Gill. In reply, the Pakistani innings tottered from the very start and folded up for a paltry 69, giving India a massive 203 runs victory. India will face three-time winners Australia in the final on Saturday.
Saudi Arabia said an anti-corruption campaign has netted over $106 bn in settlements. An official said the settlements include seizure of real estate assets, commercial entities, securities and cash. Many taken into custody over corruption charges have now been released. Settlement could not be reached with 65 persons still in custody, “due to other pending criminal cases, or in order to continue the investigations.”
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BJP MP Subramanian Swamy said FIR against two Army personnel in J&K might destabilise the state government. “Dismiss that govt. Tell Mehbooba(Mufti) to withdraw the FIR else her govt would be toppled” Swami wrote in a Tweet. On Sunday, police filed an FIR against two Army personnel, after two youths were killed when Army opened fire to contain a stone-pelting mob in Shopian.
Goa will become ‘cashless and digitised’ from October, chief minister Manohar Parrikar said. He said the details of the “hundred per cent digitisation” would be unveiled in the state budget 2018-19 which will be placed before the Assembly next month. No government payment will be accepted in cash, except for emergency requirements, from October onwards.
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