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Wednesday Morning News Brief, June 21

Jun 21, 2017 , , , ,
Wednesday morning brief Jun 21 2017
Good morning!
Here’s everything you need to know to start your day…
The third edition of International Yoga Day is being observed all across the world. Prime Minister Narendra Modi kicked off the International Yoga Day celebrations from Lucknow with Uttar Pradesh chief minister Yogi Adityanath and almost 50,000 participants. While kicking off the global event he said that “Today, Yoga has become a part of so many lives. Yoga’s popularity outside India is high & has connected the world with India.”
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From 2018, Class X and XII board exams will take place in February instead of March. The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is planning to advance the cycle of exams and related activities from 2018-19 as a part of reforms focused on “error-free evaluation”. Now, the process will no more drag over 45 days, it will be completed within a month.
Delhi government is going to install CCTV cameras and panic buttons on all DTC and cluster buses. The state cabinet, in a meeting chaired by CM Arvind Kejriwal on Tuesday, approved the transport department’s proposal to authorize DTC to call tenders and sign the agreement for installation of CCTV cameras on 6,350 DTC and cluster buses. The project is estimated to cost around Rs 140 crore. The Nirbhaya Fund, to be provided by the central government, will be used for this purpose.
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Indians employed in Saudi Arabia are planning to send their dependents back. The Saudi kingdom is all set to introduce, from July 1, a monthly ‘dependant fee‘ for expats. The fee will be 100 riyals per month for each dependent, which may prove a big financial burden for expats. At 41 lakh, Indians form Saudi Arabia’s largest expat group.
Two terrorists were today killed in an encounter in Kashmir. Terrorists were holed up inside a house in Pazalpora village in Sopore township of Baramulla district. Following intelligence inputs, security forces had launched a cordon and search operation last night. The search operation was halted for the night but the forces maintained the cordon to stop the militants from escaping.
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