Wednesday Morning News Brief, June 14

Wednesday morning brief Jun 14 2017
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Here’s everything you need to know to start your day…
Firing is on across LoC after over a dozen security men were injured in five separate terror attacks in Kashmir yesterday. The terrorists snatched four service rifles from cops on guard at the ancestral house of a former high court judge in Anantnag in south Kashmir. Indian Army sources said, the Army posts are responding strongly and effectively.
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A massive fire engulfed a highrise apartment in West London, with eyewitnesses saying the flames have engulfed all 24 storeys. About 40 fire engines and 200 firefighters had been called to the scene early morning. The Metropolitan Police said two people were being treated at the scene for smoke inhalation and cordons were in place.
A government-funded yoga council advised pregnant women to stay away from non-vegeterian food and desire. The controversial observation are part of recommendations of Central Council for Research in Yoga and Naturopathy (CCRYN) contained in a booklet “Mother and Child Care” distributed ahead of Yoga Day on June 21. CCRYN director Ishwara N Acharya said, “This is only an advisory and no one is forced to follow. The tips are based on years of clinical practice of yoga and naturopathy and there is nothing unusual about them.”
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India has the second highest number of obese children in the world after China, according to a study. It revealed that about 14.4 million kids in the country have excess weight. Among the 20 most populous countries, the highest level of obesity among kids and young adults was in the US at nearly 13%; Egypt topped the list for adult obesity at about 35%. Bangladesh and Vietnam ranked at the lowest.
Nine youngsters from the Indian Army’s own Super-40 batch in Kashmir — run along the lines of Bihar’s Super-30 — cleared JEE Advanced. The Indian Army, engaged in counter-terror operations in Kashmir and facing young stone-pelters, has been coaching its own Super-40 batch for the last three years to help local children clear the Joint Entrance Exam.
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