[7 Feb 2018 | Low Priority News Items of the Day]

Low Priority News Items of the Day:

Court to hear plea of Salahuddin’s son

A special court will on March 7 hear the bail application of Syed Shahid Yousuf, son of the globally wanted terrorist Syed Salahuddin, in a terror funding case. District Judge Poonam A. Bamba posted the matter for arguments after the NIA filed its written submission on the application of Yousuf, who is currently in judicial custody.

Every pleas is not important from the UPSC perspective. Only those PILs are important which can have significant effect on the society, Indian laws or politics. We will write newscard on it, if any significant thing comes out of it.


‘It’s about saving Britain, it’s not about Brexit’

Gina Miller, née Gina Singh, was thrust into the spotlight in 2016 after a London court appointed her as the lead claimant in a case that attempted to ensure that the British government sought parliamentary approval before triggering Article 50, Britain’s formal notification of withdrawal from the European Union (EU). Born in Guyana, with part Indian ancestry, and the daughter of that country’s former attorney general, Ms. Miller pursued a number of campaigns before the one on Brexit, including one to increase greater transparency in the British financial services industry.

The Op-Ed is not related to India, and therefore it has very less relevance from the UPSC perspective. The article is related to the internal politics of the UK. And only those news are important for the UPSC, which can have any significant effect on India’s Foreign Policy. So, we can’t fetch any useful fact from it.

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