Wednesday Evening News Brief, May 2

Wednesday evening brief May 2 2018
Good evening!
Here’s everything that transpired during the course of the day…
A Mumbai court awarded life imprisonment to gangster Chhota Rajan and eight others for the murder of journalist J Dey The court acquitted journalist Jigna Vora and Paulson Joseph. All accused except Deepak Sisodia will also pay a fine of Rs 26 lakh each. Earlier last year, Rajan was convicted by a court in Delhi and sentenced to seven years imprisonment in a case of fake passports.
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Tourism ministry will expand the ‘adopt a heritage site’ project to put more monuments under private care, said KJ Alphons Alphons said that during the UPA rule, Humayun’s Tomb was given to the Agha Khan Foundation for maintenance and operation, while the Indian Hotels Company was given the responsibility of the Taj Mahal, and Apeejay Group of Hotels for Jantar Mantar under corporate social responsibility through the government’s National Culture Fund (NCF)
A class 2 student suffered a head injury when the school bus carrying him was attacked by stone pelters The bus was carrying close to 35 students.The incident evoked sharp reaction from Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti, who said perpetrators of this senseless and cowardly act will be brought to justice soon
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The Supreme Court collegium has defered its decision on elevation of Uttarakhand high court Chief Justice KM Joseph The collegium also reserved its decision on names of judges from Calcutta, Rajasthan and Telengana and Andhra Pradesh high courts for appointment as SC judges.
At least 11 people were killed in a suicide attack on Libya’s electoral commission in Tripoli. The health ministry put the toll at 11 dead and two wounded, while the internationally-backed Government of National Accord said it was dealing with “the consequences of the cowardly suicide attack“.
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