Tuesday Morning News Brief, November 7

Tuesday morning brief Nov 7 2017
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India has urged Britain to speed up the extradition of Vijay Mallya, Lalit Modi and 11 other fugitives. New Delhi also conveyed its ‘strong concern and resentment’ to the UK over some British lawmakers raising the Kashmir issue in its Parliament at the behest of Parliamentarians of Pakistani origin, saying that this amounted to divergence from its stated policy of non-inteference in such matters. Read.
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The government may soon build a centralised database for marriage registrations. With such a database, the government hopes to curb cases of NRI husbands abandoning wives from India. The women and child development ministry will be the nodal agency to collate the data. A website will be ready with linkages to enable all marriage registrars from across the country to access the platform.
“I don’t judge leaders, I work with them to change lives”, said Satya Nadella. The Microsoft CEO, who was the guest editor for TOI’s Tuesday print edition, spoke at length about his passions: Technology, cricket, empowering people, and hitting fresh in an ever-changing world. “More than cross-functional skills, though, what we really need to emphasise is teamwork – a culture where people from diverse backgrounds can come together to do great work,” he said.
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Olympic medallists PV Sindhu and Saina Nehwal reached the singles semi-finals of the National Badminton Championship. In the women’s singles quarter-finals, London Games bronze medallist Saina thrashed Aakarshi Kashyap 21-17 21-10. In another last-eight match, Rio Olympics silver medallist Sindhu proved too good for Shriyanshi Pardeshi, winning her match 21-11 21-17.
Pakistan said it will welcome the US’s mediation in easing tensions with India. Pakistan then reiterated giving more of a role to India in Afghanistan would result in more chaos there. Pakistan’s foreign minister Khawaja Asif said the US has assured Pakistan that New Delhi’s role in Afghanistan will be limited to economic assistance only.
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