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India, World Roundup June 10

India, World Roundup June 10
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India
1.  No Aadhaar, no sops after June 30: Centre to SC :  The Centre has stood firm before the Supreme Court on mandatory Aadhaar enrolment by June 30 and said those without the UID number after the deadline would not be entitled to the benefits under social welfare schemes.
2.  Supreme Court upholds law making PAN linking with Aadhaar must :  In a major victory for the Narendra Modi government that is set on making Aadhaar compulsory for several kinds of transactions, the Supreme Court upheld on Friday the law making the UID number a must for filing income tax returns and its linkage to PAN card.
3.  Modi, Xi focus on common ground, skip differences :  Amid strife in bilateral ties with China, PM Narendra Modi met Chinese President Xi Jinping on Friday with the Indian side describing the discussions as "cordial and positive" and noting that the two leaders agreed on the importance of working together.
4.  SC collegium recalls judge's nomination over graft :  The Supreme Court collegium headed by Chief Justice of India (CJI) J S Khehar has recalled a recommendation for the appointment of an Allahabad high court judge just before it was to be forwarded by the Centre to President Pranab Mukherjee for his assent last week.
5.  At SCO summit, PM Modi takes veiled dig at Pakistan in strong anti-terror pitch :  ndia and Pakistan on Friday joined the SCO with Prime Minister Narendra Modi asserting that unless strong and coordinated efforts are made, the issues of radicalisation and financing and training of terrorists would be impossible to address, in a veiled dig at Islamabad.
6.  India will take 'drastic' action against Pakistan, says Union Minister Kiren Rijiju :  Union Minister Kiren Rijiju on Friday said that India will take 'drastic' action against Pakistan as it was crossing the Line of Control (LoC) repeatedly.
7.  J&K: Another infiltration bid foiled, Army guns down 5 terrorists in Uri :  The Army on Friday foiled another infiltration bid near the Line of Control (LoC) in Uri sector of Jammu and Kashmir's Baramulla district, killing at least five heavily armed terrorists. A high alert has also been sounded along the LoC.
8.  5 terrorists killed as LoC infiltration bid foiled :  The Army killed five armed terrorists on Friday as it foiled an infiltration bid near the Line of Control (LoC) in the Urisector of Baramulla district.
9.  Serial killer Charles Sobhraj to undergo open heart surgery :  Notorious serial killer Charles Sobhraj, a Frenchman of Indian and Vietnamese parentage who has been in Nepal's jail for years, was on Friday admitted to a hospital where he is expected to undergo open heart surgery.
10.  Black money hunt leads I-T to ex-cop, assets worth Rs 400cr :  The intelligence and criminal investigation wing of the income tax (I-T) department in Kochi has unearthed unaccounted for wealth worth Rs 400 crore from a firm owned by a former additional superintendent of police in Nagaland who has also been awarded the President's police medal.


World
1.  May makes no change to top ministerial team :  British PM Theresa May kept finance minister Philip Hammond and other key members of her cabinet in their jobs on Friday, a day after she was weakened by failing to win a parliamentary majority in an election. "No further appointments will be made this evening," May's office said.
2.  Gulf widens as Saudi, allies place Qataris on 'terror list' :  Arab states that have isolated Qatartightened their squeeze on Friday by putting dozens of figures with links to the country on terrorism blacklists, while Qatar's ally Turkey rushed to its side with plans to send troops, warships and planes.
3.  Anti-Shariah rallies this weekend worry Muslim leaders :  Muslim leaders and others are concerned about anti-Shariah, or Islamic law, marches planned for Saturday in Seattle and about two-dozen other US cities, saying the marches are really anti-Muslim. 
4.  14 killed as soldiers clash over drought food aid in Somalia :  At least 14 people, mostly civilians, were killed Friday as soldiers clashed over food aid in drought-ravaged Somalia's southwestern city of Baidoa.
5.  Kansas man charged with hate crime for shooting two Indians :  Adam Purinton, the man accused of killing Indian techie Srinivas Kuchibhotla and injuring two others at a suburban Kansas City bar, has been indicted on federal hate crime and firearms charges.
6.  Pakistan comes under severe pressure over killing of Chinese couple :  Even as Pakistan entered the Shanghai Cooperation Organization with Chinese assistance, Pakistani leaders came under tremendous pressure from China over the killing of two Chinese citizens. Beijing expressed grave concern over the killing.
7.  London Bridge attacker tried to rent larger truck :  The carnage of the London Bridge attack could have been worse: One of the attackers tried to rent a larger truck that could have killed more people, but his payment was declined. 
8.  Stop funding terror, teaching hate: Trump to Qatar :  Amid a raging diplomatic face-off between Qatar and its neighbours, US President Donald Trump has accused Doha of "historically" being a funder of terrorism and asked the Gulf emirate along with other nations to stop "teaching hate".
9.  Cabinet meeting provides first post-election test for embattled UK PM :  British Prime Minister Theresa May was expected to hold her first cabinet meeting on Saturday in an early test of her hopes of forming a stable government after a crushing election setback.
10.  Air Cocaine' smuggler transferred to France :  Alain Castany, one of four Frenchmen convicted in the so-called "Air Cocaine" case, arrived in France on Friday morning for medical treatment, lawyer Karim Beylouni told 
India
1.  No Aadhaar, no sops after June 30: Centre to SC :  The Centre has stood firm before the Supreme Court on mandatory Aadhaar enrolment by June 30 and said those without the UID number after the deadline would not be entitled to the benefits under social welfare schemes.
2.  Supreme Court upholds law making PAN linking with Aadhaar must :  In a major victory for the Narendra Modi government that is set on making Aadhaar compulsory for several kinds of transactions, the Supreme Court upheld on Friday the law making the UID number a must for filing income tax returns and its linkage to PAN card.
3.  Modi, Xi focus on common ground, skip differences :  Amid strife in bilateral ties with China, PM Narendra Modi met Chinese President Xi Jinping on Friday with the Indian side describing the discussions as "cordial and positive" and noting that the two leaders agreed on the importance of working together.
4.  SC collegium recalls judge's nomination over graft :  The Supreme Court collegium headed by Chief Justice of India (CJI) J S Khehar has recalled a recommendation for the appointment of an Allahabad high court judge just before it was to be forwarded by the Centre to President Pranab Mukherjee for his assent last week.
5.  At SCO summit, PM Modi takes veiled dig at Pakistan in strong anti-terror pitch :  ndia and Pakistan on Friday joined the SCO with Prime Minister Narendra Modi asserting that unless strong and coordinated efforts are made, the issues of radicalisation and financing and training of terrorists would be impossible to address, in a veiled dig at Islamabad.
6.  India will take 'drastic' action against Pakistan, says Union Minister Kiren Rijiju :  Union Minister Kiren Rijiju on Friday said that India will take 'drastic' action against Pakistan as it was crossing the Line of Control (LoC) repeatedly.
7.  J&K: Another infiltration bid foiled, Army guns down 5 terrorists in Uri :  The Army on Friday foiled another infiltration bid near the Line of Control (LoC) in Uri sector of Jammu and Kashmir's Baramulla district, killing at least five heavily armed terrorists. A high alert has also been sounded along the LoC.
8.  5 terrorists killed as LoC infiltration bid foiled :  The Army killed five armed terrorists on Friday as it foiled an infiltration bid near the Line of Control (LoC) in the Urisector of Baramulla district.
9.  Serial killer Charles Sobhraj to undergo open heart surgery :  Notorious serial killer Charles Sobhraj, a Frenchman of Indian and Vietnamese parentage who has been in Nepal's jail for years, was on Friday admitted to a hospital where he is expected to undergo open heart surgery.
10.  Black money hunt leads I-T to ex-cop, assets worth Rs 400cr :  The intelligence and criminal investigation wing of the income tax (I-T) department in Kochi has unearthed unaccounted for wealth worth Rs 400 crore from a firm owned by a former additional superintendent of police in Nagaland who has also been awarded the President's police medal.
World
1.  May makes no change to top ministerial team :  British PM Theresa May kept finance minister Philip Hammond and other key members of her cabinet in their jobs on Friday, a day after she was weakened by failing to win a parliamentary majority in an election. "No further appointments will be made this evening," May's office said.
2.  Gulf widens as Saudi, allies place Qataris on 'terror list' :  Arab states that have isolated Qatartightened their squeeze on Friday by putting dozens of figures with links to the country on terrorism blacklists, while Qatar's ally Turkey rushed to its side with plans to send troops, warships and planes.
3.  Anti-Shariah rallies this weekend worry Muslim leaders :  Muslim leaders and others are concerned about anti-Shariah, or Islamic law, marches planned for Saturday in Seattle and about two-dozen other US cities, saying the marches are really anti-Muslim. 
4.  14 killed as soldiers clash over drought food aid in Somalia :  At least 14 people, mostly civilians, were killed Friday as soldiers clashed over food aid in drought-ravaged Somalia's southwestern city of Baidoa.
5.  Kansas man charged with hate crime for shooting two Indians :  Adam Purinton, the man accused of killing Indian techie Srinivas Kuchibhotla and injuring two others at a suburban Kansas City bar, has been indicted on federal hate crime and firearms charges.
6.  Pakistan comes under severe pressure over killing of Chinese couple :  Even as Pakistan entered the Shanghai Cooperation Organization with Chinese assistance, Pakistani leaders came under tremendous pressure from China over the killing of two Chinese citizens. Beijing expressed grave concern over the killing.
7.  London Bridge attacker tried to rent larger truck :  The carnage of the London Bridge attack could have been worse: One of the attackers tried to rent a larger truck that could have killed more people, but his payment was declined. 
8.  Stop funding terror, teaching hate: Trump to Qatar :  Amid a raging diplomatic face-off between Qatar and its neighbours, US President Donald Trump has accused Doha of "historically" being a funder of terrorism and asked the Gulf emirate along with other nations to stop "teaching hate".
9.  Cabinet meeting provides first post-election test for embattled UK PM :  British Prime Minister Theresa May was expected to hold her first cabinet meeting on Saturday in an early test of her hopes of forming a stable government after a crushing election setback.
10.  Air Cocaine' smuggler transferred to France :  Alain Castany, one of four Frenchmen convicted in the so-called "Air Cocaine" case, arrived in France on Friday morning for medical treatment, lawyer Karim Beylouni told 


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