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Tuesday Morning News Brief, April 3

Apr 3, 2018
Tuesday morning brief Apr 3 2018
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An intervention by NSA Ajit Doval and his counterpart helped India and Pakistan defuse standoff over harassment of diplomats. Sources told TOI that a telephonic conversation between Doval and Janjua on March 26 finally sealed the agreement between the two countries that the matter be resolved under the 1992 Code of Conduct (CoC) for the treatment of diplomatic/ consular personnel in India and Pakistan.
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None of the 39 Indians, killed in Mosul, were registered with any embassy in the Middle East, said junior Union minister V K Singh. Speaking about why it took the government so long to bring back the remains, Singh said they had to tread carefully as the war was still on when they first reached Iraq.
Amid protests against the Supreme Court verdict on the SC/ST Act , opposition parties claimed BJP was targeting Scheduled Castes. “It is in the DNA of the RSS-BJP to keep Dalits at the lowest notch in Indian society. Those who challenge this thinking are hit by violence,” Congress president Rahul Gandhi said. Bengal CM Mamata Banerjee, RJD leader Tejashwi Yadav, Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal and Left parties also supported the Dalit protests.
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The NHRC has issued notices to the ministry of human resource and development, CBSE chief asking them to explain the paper leaks. &ldquo;The humiliation faced by innocent students is amounting to violation of their rights to dignity and education,&rdquo; NHRC said in a statement. It has also asked the ministry of HRD to<a href=”https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/india/cbse-paper-leak-nhrc-issues-notices-to-hrd-ministry-cbse-chairperson/articleshow/63583431.cms”> inform the Commission about the steps taken</a> regarding counselling of the aggrieved students.
Indian athletes have been asked by the Commonwealth Games organisers to give their samples for dope testing. Following the recovery of a used syringe outside the room of a seasoned boxer at the Athletes’ Village on Friday, all boxers were asked to give their urine samples for testing. On Monday, it was the turn of the gymnastics contingent, while the weightlifters were tested late on Sunday.
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