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Wednesday Morning News Brief, May 31

May 31, 2017 , , ,
Wednesday morning brief May 31 2017
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Army officers in J&K have been asked to not use human shield and to better relationships with local residents. Though Major Leetul Gogoi, who tied a man to the bonnet of a car to stop stone-pelters during Srinagar Lok Sabha bypoll, was commended by Army chief Bipin Rawat, officers have been quietly asked to not follow the example. “We are definitely not propagating using civilians as human shields and even if no official word is given, we are all aware that good relations with locals are important,” an officer said.
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​An international team led by scientists from Johns Hopkins University found what causes the spread of cancer. When cancer cells get densely packed, they secrete two proteins that deliver a stark message to other cells: go away. This causes the cancer cells to break off from the pack and float through the blood stream or lymphatic system to other sites and start growing afresh. The team found that two existing drugs &mdash; <a href=”http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/home/science/scientists-find-what-causes-spread-of-cancer-new-way-to-stop-it/articleshow/58919062.cms”>Tocilizumab and Reparaxin</a> &mdash; prevented cancer cells from getting their marching orders.
Niti Aayog, the government’s think tank, recommended strategic disinvestment of loss-making Air India in a report submitted recently. Air India has debt of around Rs 60,000 crore, which includes around Rs 21,000 crore of aircraft-related loans and around Rs 8,000 crore working capital, said aviation sources. Niti Aayog proposed to write off loans to the tune of Rs 30,000 crore and to transfer the aircraft-related loans and the working capital to the new owner, while taking care of half the liability.
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The Law Commission opened a 30-day window to solicit views of the citizens whether betting as well as gambling should be legalized. Law Commission chairman Justice B S Chauhan issued an appeal saying, “Various media reports time and again point out that betting and gambling, though not legal in India, is practised across the country clandestinely. These reports argue that many families are rendered bankrupt and many people are behind bars owing to these practices.”
An armed man at the Orlando International Airport was taken into custody after a nearly three-hour standoff with police, authorities said. No one was hurt, but the terrifying situation created confusion and uncertainty as travelers posted video and photos online showing police at the airport with their weapons drawn. “Gunman is in custody. Everyone is safe,” Orlando police tweeted.
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