Tuesday Evening News Brief, May 2

Tuesday evening brief May 2 2017
Good evening!
Here’s everything that transpired during the course of the day…
China wants to mediate in resolving J&K issue because of its huge investment in the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor. An article in the Global Times, a ruling Communist Party of China publication, said, “Given the massive investment that China has made in countries along the “One Belt, One Road”, China now has a vested interest in helping resolve regional conflicts, including the dispute over Kashmir between India and Pakistan.”
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AAP leader Kumar Vishwas lashed out at the party leadership for not taking action against Okhla MLA Amanatullah Khan. Amanatullah Khan accused Vishwas of hobnobbing with the BJP and the RSS. “If someone had spoken against Arvind or Manish, the party would not have been silent,” an emotional Vishwas said.
The Madhya Pradesh government decided to change the state’s budget cycle to January-December from the existing April-March cycle. The move by the Shivraj Singh Chouhan government comes days after Prime Minister Narendra Modi backed the idea and called for a debate at the recently concluded meeting of the NITI Aayog’s governing council.
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Infosys will hire about 10,000 locals in the US over the next two years to tide over visa-related issues. Infosys CEO Vishal Sikka said the company will set up new innovation hubs, the first of which will open in Indiana in August this year. It will create 2,000 jobs by 2021 for American workers.
India’s men hockey team lost to Australia 1-3 at the 2017 Sultan Azlan Shah Hockey tournament today. Nine-time winners of the Sultan Azlan Shah Cup, Australia, now have seven points from three outings, while last year’s runner-up India are on four points after three matches.
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