Tuesday evening news brief, March 20

Tuesday evening brief Mar 20 2018
Good evening!
Here’s everything that transpired during the course of the day…
Sushma Swaraj today cited protocol to explain why she informed Parliament first about the killings of 39 Indian citizens in Iraq. External affairs minister (EAM) Sushma Swaraj, hours after confirming deaths of the 39 Indians in Iraq in the Rajya Sabha, said, “Some kin of the victims have questioned as to why they were not told about the deaths before the Parliament. It is parliamentary procedure to first inform the House, so it was my duty”. Read more
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M Venkaiah Naidu cancelled a dinner for MPs over frequent disruptions in Rajya Sabha. At a meeting with the floor leaders of various parties in his chamber on Tuesday, RS Chairman M Venkaiah Naidu conveyed anguish over the ongoing stalemate in the House and informed them of his decision to cancel the dinner. Naidu had expected the House proceedings would normalise by today.
JNU professor Atul Johri, accused of sexually harassing female students, was today arrested by the Delhi Police. Johri was produced before Delhi’s Patiala Court shortly after his arrest. At least nine women had lodged complaints against Johri from the School of Life Sciences, accusing him of sexual misconduct. The women had approached the Vasant Kunj (north) police station claiming that the professor would make explicit remarks on their clothes and touch them inappropriately while delivering lessons.
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Saudi Prince Al-waleed bin Talal denied reports he had been tortured or subject to mistreatment behind bars. The prince, dubbed the Warren Buffett of Saudi Arabia, was released from the now-notorious Ritz-Carlton hotel in early January after an undisclosed financial agreement with the government. He refused to divulge the terms of his release, which he described as a “confidential and secret agreement”.
Goa Congress president Shantaram Naik today submitted his resignation to Rahul Gandhi after the latter’s speech at the plenary session. Shantaram Naik, who would turn 72 on April 12 this year, today submitted his resignation to Rahul and said, “Inspired by Congress president Rahul Gandhi’s speech at the plenary session where he said that the younger generation should come forward to take leadership, I have resigned from the post of Goa Congress president”.
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