Tuesday morning news brief, Aug 29 2017

Tuesday morning brief Aug 29 2017
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Seven coaches of Nagpur-Mumbai Duronto Express derailed near Thane today morning. Fortunately no passenger suffered any serious injury, thanks to the low speed of the train at the time of the derailment. The accident occurred between Vasind and Asangaon stations at 6.40 am. Services between Kalyan and Kasara section have been affected. Read
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Indian troops can swiftly intervene if China attempts to build a road at Doklam again. Indian troops are now once again in a militarily advantageous position at their Doka La outpost on the Sikkim border, having almost completed their withdrawal from the face-off site. They will continue to keep a hawk-eye on the Doklam bowl – a Bhutanese territory but claimed by China – less than 500 meters away down the ridge slope.
A North Korean ballistic missile flew over Japan before plunging into the northern Pacific Ocean. South Korean officials said the missile traveled around 2,700 kilometers and reached a maximum height of 550 kilometers as it flew over the northern Japanese island of Hokkaido. Japan’s Prime Minister Shinzo Abe termed firing of a missile over the country an unprecedented, serious and grave threat.
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The Niti Aayog has proposed increasing penalty for polluting industrial units from Rs 1 lakh to minimum Rs 5 crore. It also proposed fine up to Rs 20 crore and imprisonment for life in cases of causing damage to larger areas. The enhanced penalties will replace the drastic step of closing down an unit. The law ministry’s has given its nod to the proposal, but the environment ministry has not yet put it before the Union Cabinet for clearance.
Ram Rahim acted like a wild beast, special CBI judge Jagdeep Singh said while sentencing the Dera chief. He committed breach of gravest nature by sexually assaulting his gullible and blind followers and deserves no mercy, the judge said. The Dera chief was handed two 10-year jail terms, to run consecutively, for his convictions in two rape cases.
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