Tuesday Evening News Brief, July 11

Tuesday evening brief Jul 11 2017
Good evening!
Here’s everything that transpired during the course of the day…
The terror attack on Amarnath yatra pilgrims was carried out by the Lashkar-e-Taiba. Jammu and Kashmir’s inspector general of police Muneer Khan said the attack was masterminded by a Pakistani terrorist, Ismail. Massive protests rocked Jammu division against the terrorist attack with protestors blocking highways at several places in Jammu, Udhampur, Kathua and Samba districts.
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Former West Bengal governor Gopalkrishna Gandhi will be the joint opposition’s nominee for the post of Vice President. Gopalkrishna Gandhi’s name was endorsed by all 18 opposition parties, including the JD(U), which had broken ranks with the opposition to back NDA candidate Ram Nath Kovind in the presidential election.
The BCCI denied reports of Ravi Shastri being named as the head coach of Team India Earlier it was wildly reported in the media that Shastri, who was team director of the Indian men’s cricket team from August 2014 to April 2016, has been appointed as head coach until the end of the 2019 ICC World Cup. The BCCi said the Cricket Advisory Committee (CAC) is still deliberating over the decision.
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Over 40 banned terror organisations of Pakistan are thriving online. According to a senior official with Pakistan’s Federal Investigation Agency, they are using Facebook, Twitter, WhatsApp and Telegram to recruit and raise money. “It’s like a party of the banned groups online. They are all on social media,” the FIA official said.
The Supreme Court ordered a three-month stay on the Centre’s rules banning the sale and purchase of cattle for slaughter. The SC forced the Centre to undertake before it that it would not implement these rules, which the Madras High Court put on hold on May 30. On May 23, the Centre had issued new rules banning the sales of cattle for slaughter.
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