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Tuesday Morning News Brief, April 24

Apr 24, 2018
Tuesday morning brief Apr 24 2018
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Here’s everything you need to know to start your day…
A driver plowed his van into a crowd in Toronto, killing 10 people and injuring 15 The incident, which Prime Minister Justin Trudeau called a “tragic and senseless attack”, was one of the most violent in recent Canadian history. Toronto Police Chief Mark Saunders identified the suspect as Alek Minassian, 25, who he said had not previously been known to authorities. Read more
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Sabrina Lall’s letter ‘forgiving’ Manu Sharma is unlikely to have any impact on Sharma’s chances of release, said experts Sabrina has replied to a letter from Tihar Jail authorities, saying she had forgiven the killer and won’t object to his release. She also turned down the compensation due to her as next of kin of the victim.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi would not be able to win the trust of Dalits, asserted Congress president Rahul Gandhi Rahul upped the aggression against BJP on the simmering Dalit front as he launched the <a href=”https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/india/pm-modi-cant-win-trust-of-dalits-rahul-gandhi-says/articleshow/63888282.cms”>&ldquo;save the Constitution&rdquo; campaign</a> organised by AICC&rsquo;s scheduled castes cell chaired by Nitin Raut, aimed at mobilising the key community.
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Hotelier Keshav Suri, who runs the Lalit Group of hotels, approached the Supreme Court for decriminalising gay sex Senior advocate Mukul Rohatgi, appearing for Suri, contended that a person’s right to choice of sexual orientation was part of fundamental rights guaranteed by the Constitution and Section 377 should not be invoked in case of any intercourse between two consenting adults of same sex.
Former RBI governor Raghuram Rajan may be running for the post of Bank of England governor, said a report Canada-born Mark Carney, the current governor of England’s central bank, is set to step down at the end of his term in June 2019. On the newspaper’s list of prospective candidates is another Indian-origin contender in Shriti Vadera, the chair of Santander UK.
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