Wednesday evening news brief, Jan 31, 2018

Wednesday evening brief Jan 31 2018
Good evening!
Here’s everything that transpired during the course of the day…
The trifecta of Super Moon, Blue Moon and Blood Moon is now enthralling the world. The Moon is near its closest point to the Earth in its orbit, and it is also the second full moon for this month. The Moon coming in the path of Earth’s shadow, causing an eclipse, lends a reddish hue to the lunar surface, making this a rare celestial event. Read
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The Army has filed a counter-FIR to the one lodged by J&K Police over the killing of three civilians in Shopian. The Army claims it opened fire in self-defence and in the face of the “ultimate provocation”, after seven of its personnel were injured. A defence spokesman said the troops fired only when a mob tried to lynch a junior commissioned officer and snatch his service weapon.
The main accused in the Chandan Gupta murder during the recent violence in UP’s Kasganj has been arrested. Police said he was nabbed from Kasganj itself, and has admitted to the killing. Two of his brothers, who are yet to be traced, are also accused in the case. Meanwhile authorities stopped a Congress delegation from entering troubled areas in the district, citing law and order issues.
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India’s foreign policy has become vibrant and assertive under the Modi government a Chinese think-tank said. The vice president of the state-run China Institute of International Studies said India’s diplomacy has formed a distinctive and unique “Modi Doctrine”, a strategy for the rise of India as a great power. He also had praise for the manner in which India sent out a message to Pakistan through the surgical strike.
Leisure travel to foreign shores are set to get cheaper, with low-cost carriers looking to fly long-haul. By 2025, Indian budget carriers will operate close to 40 wide-bodied aircraft, which could deliver an additional 2 million annual outbound leisure travellers, a report said. Vistara, a full-service carrier, and AirAsia India are expected to launch their international flights later this year.
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